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UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY (UCET)
VINOBA BHAVE UNIVERSITY, HAZARIBAG
Memo No. - VBU/CCDC/R/947/2008 Dated..15.05.2008
EMPLOYMENT NOTICE

UCET - a self financed Engineering College with the initial one - time financial support from the Government of Jharkhand invites applications along with Bio-data for the appointment for the following posts initially for a period of 3 years on contractual basis
likely to be extended depending on performance. Retired persons may also apply for these positions.

S No. Post Qualification Experience
01 Principal M.Tech , Ph.D.
( Professor in any Branch of Engineering / Technology with Ph.D. degree) Minimum
15 years in Teaching/
Industry/ Research
(Below 65 yrs of age.)
02 Professor
(in CSE, EI & C, IT, Mech E)
Ph.D. degree with first class
B. Tech or M. Tech degree 10 years in Teaching /
Industry / Research
03 Assistant Professor
(in CSE, EI & C, IT ,Mech E)
Ph.D. degree with first class
B. Tech or M. Tech degree 2 years in Teaching /
Industry / Research
04 Lecturer
(in CSE, EI & C, IT,Mech E) First Class M. Tech degree or
First Class B. Tech degree with
valid gate score (minimum 75 percentile)

C.S.E. - Computer Science Engineering,
I.T. - Information Technology,
EIect. & Comm. - Electronics & Communication,
Mech Engg - Mechanical Engineering.
Pay Scale - As per AICTE/UGC/State Govt. norms, higher remuneration will be offered to the experienced and deserving candidates of all position. Applications should reach the undersigned by 2nd June 2008. By order of the Vice-Chancellor……..
Registrar
Sd/ S.P.Sinha


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Vinoba Bhave University,Hazaribag – 825301,Jharkhand
E mail address :- info@vbu.co.in
Website: http:// www. vbu.co.in







Chancellor
His Excellency Syed Sibtey Razi



Vice-Chancellor
Dr. Mahendra Prasad Singh




Pro-Vice Chancellor
Dr. Jyoti Lal Oraon




Dean, students' Welfare
Dr. E. N. Siddiqui

Proctor
Dr. Chandreshwar Prasad

Co-ordinator College Development Council
Dr. Radhey Shyam Prasad

Registrar
Dr. Satishwar Prasad Sinha

Inspector Of College (Arts & Commerce)
Dr. Ram Badan Singh

Inspector Of College (Science)
Dr. N. K. Rana

Finance Officer
Dr. Navin Kumar Sinha

Controller Of Examinations
Dr. Mantun Kumar Singh

Deputy Registrar
Sri Vijay Kumar Singh

Assistant Registrar
Dr. Vijay Kumar Sinha

O.S.D.(Exam-I)
Dr. Yugal Kishore Prasad


O.S.D.(Exam-II)
Dr. Birendra Kumar Gupta





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Teaching Staff of P. G. Departments, VBU

Name & Designation Residence / Mobile

PHYSICS

Dr. P. Mahto, (HOD) 270022/9431336614
Dr. J.D. Dubey 263192/9431141100
Dr. A.K. Gupta 263971
Dr. Ajay Murari 9431366034
Dr R.N. Sinha 224284/9931302350


CHEMISTRY
Dr. R.Y. Prasad (HOD) 225488/9431393922
Dr. K.P. Kamal 223312/9431978280
Dr. R.S. Prasad 270193/9431530439
Dr. K.K.Srivastava (9934506205) 223104/9835133141
Dr. Y.K. Prasad 9234886478
Dr. Kaushlendra Kumar 222584/9931133077
Dr. Indrajeet Kumar 226783/9835584080


MATHEMATICS
Dr. Arun Kumar (HOD) 263004/9431796012
Dr. D.S. Lal 266093/9835144763
Dr. A.B. Kumar (9835556531) 222874/9431597103
Dr R.K. Dwivedi (9431798183) 2275078/9835148487
Dr. Narayan Mahto 9835148487




BOTANY


S.B. Choudhary (HOD) 224598/9431978281
Dr. C. Prasad 222698/9835336944
Dr. E.N. Siddiqui (9835120128) 267272 266299/9431794326
Dr. P.K. Mishra 9535105773



ZOOLOGY


Dr. K. Roy (HOD) 9934343465
Dr. M. Raziuddin 223335/9934190987
Dr. A. K. Sharma 223595/9431140524
Dr. Sanjay Kumar 9334552155
Dr. K.K. Gupta 9835138662/9431798216



GEOLOGY


Dr. V.C. Barla (HOD) 224449/9835357929
Dr. S.K. Sinha 264271/9334271935
Dr. H.N. Sinha 9451375390




HINDI

Dr. S.N. Singh ‘Badal” (HOD) 265717/9431478008
Prof. Somar Sahu 252221/9835533174
Dr. V.K.D. Dubey 223662
Dr. (Mrs) M. Sanga 223877/9835097888
Dr. Krishna Kr. Gupta 251510/9431796419
Dr. Kedar Sinhg 9431797335
Dr. Bharat Aiyawar 9835312665



ENGLISH

Dr. (Mrs) Mani Sinha (HOD) 9431798174
Dr. Y. Prasad 223043
Dr. Rajesh Kumar 262000/
Dr. Rizwan Ahmad (9431974224) 265275/9934559155
Dr. M. Towheed



SANSKRIT


Dr. B.K. Mishra (HOD) (9835160625) 222832/9431993905
Dr. T.K. Shukla 267252/9835350220
Dr. (Mrs.) M. Narayan 262431



URDU

Dr. Md. Islam (HOD) 0651- 2210987
Dr. S.Z. Haque 9431160183




PHILOSOPHY

Dr. N.K. Ambastha (HOD) 9835317737
Dr. (Mrs.) Rajni Sharma (9431794949 ) 222840/9431197494
Dr. (Ms.) Aparna Mukherjee (9835515484) 9835541921
Dr. Arun Nr. Bhandari 227405/9931579799



HISTORY

Dr. R.B.Singh (HOD) 9431123535
Dr. S. Ali 261090/9835333677
Dr. J.P.Singh 222123/9431326266
Dr. T.K. Singh 224411
Dr. A.G. Sahay 265766,9931118158
Dr. Madho Ram 267315,9431974226
Dr. A.K.Mandal 9835138723
Dr. Chandan Kumar (9431926877) 225805/9430193788



ECONOMICS


Dr. A.S. Mitra (HOD) 260051
Dr. M. K. Prasad
Dr. Sajal Mukerjee
Dr. P.C. Deogharia
Dr. Ranjeet Ghose




POLITICAL SCIENCE


Dr. (Mrs)N. Yadav (HOD) 223145/9431141928
Dr. S.N. Singh (9431192272) 222930/9431141923
Dr. Baleshwar Singh 227443/9431387100
Dr. C. P. Sharma 223645,9835551495
Dr. (Mrs) M. Lakra (9431978220) 225367/9835359884
Dr. S.K. Moitra (9835147713) 9430193813



GEOGRAPHY


Dr. J. Bhagat (HOD)
(0651-257587) 9431326283
Dr. Kamala Prasad 270340/ 9431559644
Dr. S.K. Singh 9934508867




PSYCHOLOGY


Dr. B.R. Sahay (HOD) 225252/9931343313
Dr. R.P. Singh 270495/9431796881
Dr. Sddique Rajjak 9934148486



ANTHROPOLOGY


Dr. C. Sahu (HOD) 225509/9934505688
Dr. A. H. Ansari 06549-235006 9334635407



HOME SCIENCE


Dr. (Mrs) Renu Bose (HOD) (9431506688) 266006/9431975585
Mr. Seema 9431455842




COMMERCE

Dr. Md. M. Alam 9835517217
Dr. B. Kumar Dean 9431566332
Dr. A.K. Choudhary (9931132907) 225893/9431163204
Dr Ganga Kr. Binha 2233940/9835757989
Dr. S.C. Sharma (9835517217) 9431387997






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Constituent Colleges Under V.B.U.

No. Name Office Res./Mobile
Adarsh College Rajdhanwar 06532(225358) 9431551755
1 B.S. City College, Bokaro 06542(277112) 247209/9431740095
2 B.S.K. College, Maithon 06540(294111) 294777/9431106343
3 Chas College , Chas 06542(255614) 288714/9431777007
4 Chatra College Chatra 06541(222241) 223665/9430209784
5 Giridih College, Giridih 06532(222219) 222222/9934574006
6 J.J. College Jhumritelaya 06534(222540) 224871/9431142679
7 Katras College, Katrasgarh 0326(2372562) 9431105895/9431145926
8 235130/9431529357
9 K.B. College Bermo 06549(235433)
K.B. Women’s College H.bag 06546(263442) 263811/9431224251
10 Markham College of Commerce (225772) 222698/9431795100
11 P.K.R.M College, Dhanbad 0326(2207639) 2204293/9431151332
12 R.K.Mahila, Giridih 06532(222594) 250236/9835385295
13 R.S.P College jharia 2304786/9431723331
14 R.S.More College, Gov 06540(262539) 0326(2304786/9431541140
15 Ramgarh College, Ramgarh 06553(222166) 9431987766/9334240663
16 S.S.L.N.T.M.College, Dhan 9234322927 9234326061/0326(2220303)
17 St. Columba’s College 222197/223227 9835161679
18 Sindri College, Sindri 0326(224505) 2245544/9431124924
19 Govt. Sanskrit College, Ranchi 0651(2283284)
20 Govt. Teacher’s Trg. College 270389 265907
21 J.N.M. Sanskrit College , Chai. 9934884370
22 D.S.Ayurvedic College RNC 0651(2275880) 2310928/9431189486
23 B.I.T. Sindri College 0326(2350495) 2350729(Fax) 2251449
24 P.M.C.H.Dhanbad 0326(2264165) 9334000505
25
26 Balanand Sanskrit College, Deo 06532(223634) 9430105418


Others Colleges Under
Vinoba Bhave University

No. Name Phone
1 Al-lqra Teachers’ Training College, Govindpur 9234110768/9334049113
Annada College , Hazaribag 267004/262897/9431140382
2 B.S.S. Mahila College ,Dhanbad (0326)2205939(o),2205258R
3 B.D.A College ,Picheri (06549) 236004/221476
4 B.B.M. College Baliapur (0326)2431211/2251803(pp)
5 Bhadrakali College, Itkhori 9431182618/06441-266361
6 B.B.Amina Women’s College, Bokaro 06542- 273275
7 Baghmara College, Baghmara 0326- 2722680
8 Bokaro Mahila College Bokaro 06542-232632/243156
9 C.N.College Ramgarh 06553-256627/256656
10 Chas Mahila College, Chas 06542- 285086/223654
11 Coalfild, College Bhaga 0326-2361122/9835784478
12 D.A.V.Mahila College Katrasgarh 0326-2373378/2305580
13 Gurunanak College Dhanbad 0326-230570/2207665
14 G.D.Bagaria T.T. College ,Giridih 06532-250743(fax)222478
15 Homoeopathic College ,Jamshedpur 0657- 2227967
16 Imamul Hai Khan Law College, Bokaro 9931106405
17 J.M. College, Bhurkunda 9431181674
18 J.S.M. College ,Phusro 06549- 222350
29 Jharkhand College, Dumri 06558-233305/233030
20 Jharkhand Law College, Kodarma
21 Jubilee College 9934335395/9431923796
22 K.S.G.M. College, Nirsha 06540- 235103
23 Kalu Ram Modi College,Giridih
24 Karnapura College, Barkagaon 06551-273611/283607
25 Langata Baba College, Mirjaganj
26 Law College, Dhanbad 0326-2202797/2312121
27 Mahuda College, Mahuda 9431511952
28 Mihijam Homoeopathic College, Mihijam,jamtara
29 P.M.C.H. College ,Dhanbad
30 P.N.M. College ,Gomoh 0326- 2472441/2472436
31 P.T.P.S. College, Patratu 06546-227167/9431534401
32 R.L.S.Y. College, Koderma 06534- 224643/223103
33 R.N.M. College, Huntergunj
34 R.N.Y.M. College, Barhi 06534- 266868
35 R.V.S. College Chas 06542-310575/9334046717
36 Rajganj Degree College, Rajganj 0326- 2418240
37 Ram Govind Industrial Sc. &Technology, Koderma
38 S.H.M.S. College Kumardhubi 06540- 222763/222718
39 Sanskrit Hindi Viddyapeeth Jharkhandham ,Giridih
40 Sanskrit Upshastri Mahavidalaya , Daltonganj
41 Singhbhum Homoeopathic College & Hosp.
42 Suriya College , Suriya
43 Suriyamukhi Dinesh Ayurvedic College Ranchi
44 Swami Sahja Nand College, Chas 06542-268439/268086
45 Tenughat College, Tenughat
46 Vaidya Nath Kamal Kumari Sanskrit College, Deoghar
47 Vananchal College Tandwa
48 Visthapit College Balidih
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VINOBA BHAVE UNIVERSITY, HAZARIBAG

NOTIFICATION
(University Fellowship)

Vinoba Bhave University, Hazaribag has decided to grant one fellowship every year to each University Department having facilities of research. The duration of fellowship will be 2 years. Selection will be made through written test. The short listed students will be called for interview. Selected fellows will get a sum of Rupees three Thousand Per month as fellowship and a contingent grant of Rs. 3000/- per year to the fellows of science ad Rs. 2000/- per year to the fellows of social science, Humanities and
Commerce faculties.

Eligibility of Students:-

(1) First class master degree (50% marks for SC, ST, PH & VH Candidates) in the relevant subject of equivalent there to.
(2) Maximum age limit will be 28 years
Applications are invited from the eligible candidates. Application form can be downloaded from University website www.vbu.co.in with effect from 1st May’2008. At the time of submitting application, each candidate will have to deposit a demand draft for Rs. 200/- (Rs. 100/-in case of SC, ST, PH & VH candidates) payable to the Registrar, Vinoba Bhave University at Hazaribag. Duly filled in appliciation form should be sent to Dean, students Welfare, Vinoba Bhave University, Hazaribag-825301 latest by 15th May’ 2008. Test examination will held on 1st June, 2008 in the University Campus of Vinoba Bhave University.

By order of the Vice-Chancellor
Sd/-
Registrar







Memo No. VBU/R/DSW/ 700 / 2008 Dated 01/04/2008





VINOBA BHAVE UNIVERSITY, HAZARIBAG

APPLICATION FOR RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP 2008- 10


Passport Size
Photograph


1. Subject Applied for : ………………………..
2. Name of the candidate : ………………………..
3. Father’s Name : ………………………..
4. Mother’s Name : ……………………….
5. Date of Birth : ……………………….
6. Address for Correspondence : ……………………….

…………………………
………………………...

7. Phone No. : …………………………
8. E-mail address : …………………………
9. Educational Qualification (No need to attach photocopy of certificate):

Exam Passed Board/University Marks
Obtained % of Marks Subjects
Matriculation

Inter/ +2

Graduation

MasterDegree
Any Other





10. D.D. No…………………………for Rs………………………Date………………




Signature of Candidate
1.


VBU-- Vinova Bhave University is the fruit of a decade long people’s endeavors. Post graduate courses sere started in 1972 in St. Columba`s College with teaching in History and Economics. Subsequently, it was converted into post Graduate Centre of Ranchi University. By January 1983 Post Graduate teaching in four more subjects English, Hindi Political science and Mathematics were inducted on approval from the Government of Bihar. In 1985 the Bihar state the father of Bhoodan Movement, Sant Vinoba Bhave . Finally, by Act 3 of 1990 the Bihar state assembly amended the Bihar state Universities Act 1976 adding Vinoba Bhave University having its territorial jurisdiction over the entire North Chhotanagpur Division with its head quarter at Hazaribag which later on spread to almost entire Jharkhand State on induction of all Sanskrit Aurvedic and Homeopathic colleges of Jharkhand . The foundation stone of the University was laid on 17th Januaryn 1990 by the then Chief Minister of Bihar, Dr. Jagganath Mishra.
After two year’s, Late Dr. Vinodini Terway was appointed the first Vice Chancellor of the University. She took over the charge on 17th of September 1992. Thus Vinoba Bhave University came into being: a long cherished dream finally crystallized.
The University soon got a crest and motto – an extract from Vinoba`s jee`s couplet JEEWANAM SATYA SODHANAM and an emblem consisting of a Mandala or Astamandala , an ancient vedic and Tantrikm symbol fffor equanimity and enlightenment a transuniversal expression Of men’s attempt to understand the unknown in which he finds himself . At the centre of the astamandala is a Lamp with flame representing the ling hot learning that dispels darkness of ignorance and prejudice . The base of the circle holding the astamandala and the lamp, again is rooyed in ancient Indian culture depicting the contours of Mauryan sculpture and thus projecting nativeness in consonance with the letter in the pali style.
The Association of Indian Universities granted its membership to this University in December 1992 and in appreciation and recognition of the speed of the growth granted permanent membership in 2001.This Universities is also a member of Association of Commonwealth Universities , London. The UGC, New Delhi also recognized the University and registered it under section 12B of the UGC Act 1956. This has opened a sluice gate of finances for the all round development of the University. The State Government has also allotted 67.17 Acres of land at Sindoor. The first building on this piece of land the Central Library Building, Sprawled with the generous grant received from Sri Pranab Mukherjee , the then Deputy chairman ,planning Commission, Government of India.
In the present scenario of higher education in the new state of Jharkhand , Vinoba Bhave University among the four universities and two deemed University is unique in the sense That it covers the entire state of Jharkhand under its territorial jurisdiction and its include 74 college of conventional ,Sanskrit, Ayurveda, Homeopath ,law, education, technical and Medical education .In additional to these, this university manages and maintains 21 Postgraduate departments including newly established Biotechnology and clinical Nutrition and dietetics Departments under nine faculties Humanities ,social science Sciences, commerce ,Engineering, Law, Medicine ,Ayurveda ,Homeopath and education And proposes to Introduce a number of professional courses at the master level such as MBA , MCA , Master degree in Geo-informatics and remote sensing LLB ( 5 years Integrated course), Degree/diploma in Physical education and Diploma in library science. The university has also submitted a proposal of introducing 15 vocational courses at Degree level for obtaining NOC from the government of Jharkhand .
The AICTE has already given approval for starting teaching of MCA from the session 2007 –08 .the proposal of opening of University college of Engineering & Technology, Hazaribag is also under active consideration of the AICTE, which has already issued the Letter of intent for the same
Presently, B. Ed. teaching is being imparted in ten colleges of the University.
Since the inception of the University consistent efforts have been made for the all round Development of the university and colleges under its jurisdiction .A number of buildings are being constructed out of the grants received from the UGC and the state governments as to strengthen the infrastructural facilities and research /academic activities .Examination finance and other departments are under the process of computerization. Grants have been received from the UGC for establishment of computer centre in the university campus. With the progressive step of this university a number of researches
Organization and educational institutions viz.,CMRI(Dhanbad),CFRI(dhanbad),IIT
(delhi),MRC(ICMR,Delhi),ZSI(kolkata),ONGC(dehradhun),LRC(ranchi),CRURRS(hazaribagh)etc.have undertaken collaborative research projects.besides minor researchprojects,major research projects are also being undertaken by the faculty member of theuniversity. Education is not complete unless it developes multidimensional potential of youths. The arts and culture Board and sports control board of the university are striving hard to ensure all round development of its students. NSS programmes are being organized in rural area with an aim to bring awareness amoung the rural masses regarding diseases, protection of environment, elimination of superstitions, eradication of illiteracy etc.under the dynamic leadership of the Vice chancel or, Dr. M.P. singh and pro vice chancellor Dr.J.L.oran this university is forging ahead towards its goal of all round development.


VINOBA BHAVE UNIVERSITY, HAZARIBAG

TENDER NOTICE


(PRE-QUALIFICATION OF TENDERERS FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF WORKSHOP FOR UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY)


Tenders are invited for construction of workshop for UCET at Vinoba Bhave University Campus on TURN KEY basis (drawing, design, fabrication, erection and commissioning etc.). The work is to be completed within 60 days after the issuance of work order.

Brief Description of Structure - Workshop shed measuring 900 M2 (45M X 20M) for an Engineering Institute which will accommodate (i.) Carpentry, (ii.) Black smithy (iii.) Fitting shop (iv.) Machining shop (v.) Welding shop etc. One room will be of 10 M2 for workshop superintendent. One room of 20 M2 for store room. Plinth height will be at least 1.2 M from ground level. Height of the shed will be 5M from the plinth. Flooring should be 100 mm thick concrete. The workshop design should be well ventilated with north light provision.

Interested ISO certified experienced contractors/reputed ISO certified Construction Organizations having experience of at least four years in setting up of such structures who have completed at least two such works each costing a minimum of Rs. 25 lacs. and having their own infrastructure for setting up such structure should submit their documents (1) Technical Bid – which will include plan, structural detail, documents relating registration, income tax, sales tax etc. ISO certificate, past experience, (2) Price Bid – comprising of BOQ and estimated cost EMD (2% of estimate) in the form of D.D. issued from any nationalized bank in favour of the Registrar, V.B.U. payable at Hazaribag in two separate envelops to The Registrar, Vinoba Bhave University, Hazaribag latest by 15th May, 2008.

The University reserves the right to accept or reject any tender without assigning any reason whatsoever.

By order of the Vice-Chancellor,
Sd/-
( S.P. Sinha )
Registrar

Memo No. VBU/CCDC/870/2008 ` Dated 07.05.2008




( S.P. Sinha )
Registrar

The details of Layout,
Specifications and Bill
of Materials for the
Campus LAN at
Vinoba Bhave
University,
Hazaribagh
Request For Proposal (RFP)
1.Last Date for Submission of Bid : 19/03/2008 upto 03:00 pm
2.Date of Opening of Tender (only Technical Bid): 19/03/2008 at 04:00 pm
3.Date of Opening Financial Bid wherever applicable : TENDERERS WHOSE TENDERS ARE
FOUND TECHNICALLY SUITABLE
SECTION – I
INVITATION FOR THE BIDS
Sealed tenders are invited under Two Bids System
1. Technical-Commercial Bid and
2. Financial Bid
for establishment of Wireless Network as per our Open Tender Notice required to be supplied,
installed and commissioned at Vinoba Bhave University, Hazaribagh. Technical- Commercial Bid
and Financial Bid should be identical in all respects except that the Technical-Commercial Bid
should have blank space at the place where prices have been indicated in the Financial Bid.
Tenderers are requested to submit their tenders in three separate envelopes
1. EMD Envelope
2. Technical-Commercial Bid Envelope and
3. Financial Bid Envelope duly sealed and super scribed with "Tender No. for
establishment of Wireless Network" strictly as per our Technical specifications and Terms
and Conditions.
1. The Envelope containing EMD will contain Demand draft / Banker’s cheque as per the format
specified in the clause no.1.6. In case EMD is not found to be conforming to the stipulations
or EMD is not deposited, the Bid will be summarily rejected.
2. Technical-Commercial Bid envelope should consist of:
- Documents in support of eligibility of the Bidder, as laid down in Section 1.1 & 1.2
- Documents in support of technical conformity of goods offered, e.g. Make and Model no.
quoted against each item in the Bill of Material and its compliance to specifications and
Manufacturer’s printed brochure in support of the same.
- Warranty and service support offered.
- Unpriced Bid.
- Terms & Conditions.
- Tender documents duly signed
3. Financial Bid envelope should consist of Price Bid only with break up for individual items and
showing applicable taxes.
1.1 Eligible Bidders
This bidding Process is limited to OEM authorized partners. However, the authorized partners
must submit documentary evidence in this regard failing, which their refer offer will be rejected.
- There can be only 1 bid from each bidder.
- Bidder shall have to quote for all items as specified in the bid and have to quote separately
for each item.
- The registration number of the firm along with the CST no. allotted by the Sales Tax
Authorities, as well as PAN, TIN and TAN number of the firm allotted by the Income tax
authorities should be notarized and submitted, failing which vendor’s bid would become
invalid and same shall be rejected.
- Purchaser reserves the right to verify/ confirms all original documentary evidence submitted
by vendors in support of above-mentioned clauses. Upon verification, evaluation /
assessment, if in case any information furnished by the vendor is found to be false/incorrect,
their total bid shall be summarily rejected and no correspondence on the same, shall be
entertained.
- Bidder must undertake that they would carry out installation / commissioning of all
equipments including third party items. Please submit self certificate to this effect from the
company’s authorized signatory.
- The Bid should be accompanied by technical compliance of the specifications and OEM
available brochures with all technical details. In case, of non-submission of above documents
or any product found to be below the tender specifications, the Bid will be summarily rejected
and no correspondence on the same, shall be entertained.
1.2 Eligibility criteria:
The invitation for tenders is open to reputed computer firms in India having previous performance
records of establishing and maintaining fiber optic network and wireless connectivity and also
fulfilling the following:
i) The company should have an annual turn over of more than Rs.2.0 (Two) crores in the
following financial years:- 2004-2005, 2005-2006 and 2006-2007.
ii) Experience of having successfully completed establishment of fiber backbone by laying of
OFC cable using switches, connectors, transceivers, terminators / converters etc. and
wireless networking during the last 5 years ending 31.12.2007, should be either of the
following:
a) 3 similar completed works costing not less than the amount of Rs.10.0lakhs for each.
b) 2 similar completed works costing not less than the amount of Rs.15.0lakhs for each.
c) 1 similar completed works costing not less than the amount of Rs.20.0lakhs.
iii) The company should be an ISO 9001 – 2000 certified company. A document to be provided
in support of this criterion.
iv) The System Integrator must produce valid tender specific authorization certificate from the
OEM of each of the major products quoted, e.g. Network Switches, UTM device, Passive
Cabling & Connectors.
1.3 General conditions:
1. Rate should be quoted along with technical compliance of the specifications and OEM
available brochures with all technical details.
2. Any item below the specification as stipulated will not be entertained.
3. Institute reserves the right to accept or reject any / part of the tenders, without showing
any reason whatsoever, and the institute is not bound to consider the commercially
lowest bidder as the successful bidder
4. All taxes and other levies payable by the contractor under the contract shall be included
in the total price.
5. All offers should be given considering freight and insurance (if applicable) up to the
destination, e.g. Institute’s Stores.
6. The rates quoted by the bidder shall be fixed for the duration of the contract and shall not
be subjected to adjustment on any account.
7. The price should be in Indian Rupees only.
8. User Guide, Operation and Maintenance Manuals are to be provided for items wherever
applicable.
9. The contractor shall bear the cost and arrange for transportation including transit
insurance, charges for delivery of the materials, fitting, fixing, commissioning and service
at the Institute and the rate are to be quoted by the bidder accordingly.
10. No advance payment will be entertained. Payments will be made after satisfactory
installation of the system/s and performance as applicable.
11. Bidder should clearly mention the warranty/Guarantee period in the bid.
12. The Contract shall be subject to Force Majuere clause.
1.4 Warranty:
All active components and Servers shall be covered with 3-years Onsite warranty. All Passive
Components shall be covered by standard warranty of 15years or more from respective OEMs.
The Warranty period must be duly confirmed by the respective active components and Server
manufacturer in their tender specific authorization.
1.5 Payment Terms: Terms of Payment shall be negotiated at the time of agreement.
1.6 Earnest Money Deposit:
Two(2) % of total cost offered by way of DD in favour of The Registrar, Vinoba Bhave University,
Hazaribagh payable at Hazaribagh.
Section - II
Bill of Materials
Sl.No. Particulars Unit Qty. Rate Amount Taxes Tax Amt.
Active Components & Servers
1. L3 Central Switch with
12x1000BaseT /
12xSFP Combo Ports
Nos. 1
2. 1000Base Lx modules
for above L3 switch
Nos. 8
3. L2 Managed Switch
24+2 Combo ports,
24x10/100Base Tx + 2 x
1000BaseT / SFP
Nos. 9
4. 1000Base Lx modules
for above L2 switch
Nos. 8
5. Access Points 54Mbps Nos. 80
6. Firewall / UTM Nos. 1
7. AV, IPS & WF
subscription for first
year.
Nos. 1
8. KVM Switch 8-port Rack
mountable
Nos. 1
Passive Components
1. 6-core armoured Single
Mode OF Cable
Mtr. 2600
2. 6-port Rack-mount LIU Nos. 6
3. 24-port Rack-mount LIU Nos. 3
4. 24-port Rack-mount LIU Nos. 1
5. SC-SM Pigtails Nos. 96
6. SC-SC (SM) Patch
Cords
Nos. 3
7. SC-LC (SM) Patch
Cords
Nos. 16
7. Cat 6 Cable (Box of
305mtrs.)
Nos. 16
8. 24-port Cat 6 Patch
Panel
Nos. 9
9. Cat 6 I/O with Face plate
& Back box
Nos. 80
10. Cat 6 Patch Cord 1Mtr. Nos. 160
11. Cat 6 Patch Cord 3Mtr. Nos. 5
11. 42U Rack with
accessories (as per
specification)
Nos. 1
12. 6U Rack with
accessories
Nos. 8
Services
1. OF Cable laying with
digging upto 4ft. and OF
to be run through HDPEPL
pipes of 33/40mm
(including cost of HDPE
Mtr. 2600
pipes)
2. Splicing with Pigtails Nos. 96
3. LIU installation Nos. 10
4. Cat 6 Cable laying with
casing & caping
(including supply of
Casing & Caping of
medium quality)
Mtr. 4880
5. Patch Panel fixing &
Termination
Nos. 9
6. Cat 6 I/O fixing &
Termination
Nos. 80
7. 42U Rack Installation &
Dressing
Nos. 1
8. 6U Rack Installation &
Dressing
Nos. 8
9. Testing, Certification,
Documentation,
configuration and
commissioning of
Network
Job 1
Software
1. MS WINDOWS Server
2007 (Std. Edition)
Nos. 2
Media Pack Nos. 1
Documentation Nos. 1
2. Server 2007 CAL Nos. 100
3. MS Office 2007 Prof. Nos. 20
Media Pack Nos. 1
Documentation Nos. 1
4. Visual Studio .Net Nos. 30
Media Pack Nos. 1
Documentation Nos. 1
5. SQL Server Nos. 1
Media Pack Nos. 1
Documentation Nos. 1
6. SQL Server CAL Nos. 20
7. Mcafee Anti Virus (One
year Subscription)
Nos. 100
Media Pack Nos. 1
Total
Total in Words: Rupees
Section – III
Technical Specifications
Specification for Active Networking Products & NMS
All Wireless Access Points, Switches and NMS should be from single OEM.
1. Specifications for L3 switch
12 x Combo Gigabit port switch with:
•12 x SFP/ GBIC slots supporting wire speed performance loaded with 6x1000Base Lx
modules.
•12 x 10/100/1000Mbps full-duplex wire speed performance ports.
•19” Rack mountable.
•The switch should support 24Gbps or more of switch fabric
•The switch should support 16K MAC addresses
•The switch should support up to 200 or higher standards based IEEE 802.1Q VLANs
•The switch should have support for general routing and switching protocols like Ipv4,
BOOTP/DHCP, DNS, UDP, IP, ICMP, TCP, ARP, VRRP, IEEE 802.1D, IEEE 802.1w, IEEE
802.1Q.
•Hardware queues per port should be 8
•The switch should have support for Quality of Service (QoS) and Policies like, IEEE 802.1p,
Diffserv precedence, including 8 queues/port, The switch should have support for IEEE
802.1Q based VLAN tagging, IEEE 802.3ad static and dynamic configuration (LACP)
•Switch should have ripv1, ripv2, static routing feature, OSPFv2.
•The switch should have support for Multicasting protocols like IGMPv1, IGMPv2, IGMP
snooping with configurable router.
•The switch should support SNMPv2, RMON2, Ethernet MIB, IPv4 forwarding MIB, Interface
MIB, RIPv2 MIB, OSPFv2 MIB, VRRP
•The switch should support GUI, Telnet, SSHv2, Telnet management
•The switch should have support for security standards like port based network access, MAC
address security and lockdown, Layer 2/3/4 Access Control Lists (ACLs)
•The switch should support standards based IEEE 802.1x to authenticate and protect
networks at the point of entry
•The switch should support line rate Access Control Lists (ACLs), based on Layer 2 MAC
addresses, Layer 3 IP source/destination address or Layer 4 TCP/UDP port addresses.
•The switch should support Policy-Based Quality of Service (QoS) at wire-speed to allocate
bandwidth, and prioritize traffic
•The switch should be able to support IP Telephony through external device.
•The switch should support Secure Shell (SSH2) encryption for remote telnet management
connections across the network
•The switch should support comprehensive end-to-end management through a SNMP based
Network Management system
2. Specifications for L2 Edge Switch:
•24 numbers of10/100BaseT Ethernet ports.
•2 x Combo Gigabit uplink ports.
•Minimum 8.8 switch fabric respectively.
•Minimum 6.5Mpps frame forwarding rate respectively.
•19-inch rack mountable.
•Support for Quality of Service (QoS) and Policies like, IEEE 802.1p, Diffserv and QoS
classification of incoming packets for QoS flows based on Layer 2 fields.
•Stackable upto Eight and the stack of switches should be able to be managed as a single
entity with a single management IP address.
•Management – must have built-in capabilities as RMON, SNMPv1, SNMPv2, web based,
Command Line Interface (CLI), telnet, SSH2, TFTP,
•Comprehensive end-to-end management through a SNMP based Network Management
system.
•Must support for IEEE 802.1Q based VLAN tagging, IEEE 802.3ad static and dynamic
configuration (LACP).
•Must support for security standards like RADIUS.
3. Network Management System (NMS):
•Network Management should able to manage Networking devices which includes Switches
•Provide basic auditing tools to monitor, alert, and report network device activity, thereby
informing of network-wide events
•Provide tools for configuring, managing, monitoring and troubleshooting of the Network as a
whole.
•Automatic discovery process for networked devices that create a network topology map using
a color-coded, hierarchical view of the network for IP networks.
•Tools to simplify Device configuration and management for Switches
•Have tools for creating, deleting and editing VLANs. The package supports for automated
fault detection that recognizes common problems in the network without forcing the user to
define and set up their own set of rules, etc.
•Threshold management features that can be set for many performance variables to generate
an alarm or event notification if threshold are exceeded.
•Capable to intelligently Monitor and analyze the health of the network like real-time fault and
performance monitoring of device statistics, including device characteristics, CPU utilization,
interface activity, errors and protocol information. It should also interpret fault conditions at
both the LAN devices and VLAN Edges.
•Windows OS compatible
•Should be able to manage standard active devices for different OEMs.
4. Indoor Access Point:
Characteristic Min. Required Specification
Wireless LAN std.
Supported
Simultaneous support for 802.11b & 802.11g
Other Standards Support for all current WLAN radio standards
Output Power 16 dbm with 802.11g
Frequency Band 2.4 GHz - 2.484 GHz
Modulation OFDM OFDM with BPSK, QPSK, 16QAM, 64QAM,
DBPSK, DQPSK, CCK
Association Rates for
802.11b
11 Mbps, 5.5 Mbps, 2 Mbps and 1 Mbps with automatic fallback
Association Rates for
802.11g
54 Mbps, 48 Mbps, 36 Mbps, 24 Mbps, 18 Mbps, 12 Mbps, 9 Mbps and
6 Mbps with automatic fallback
Should support WEP encryption features for secure data transmission
Should support WPA feature to ensure end-to-end security
Security
Should support WPA2-PSK.
QoS Features : Prioritizes traffic for different application requirements
5. Firewall with AV, Deep Inspection (IPS) and WEB filtering feature (UTM):
•The UTM shall have the perfect blend of performance, security, routing and LAN/WAN
connectivity.
•Powerful processing and security specific operating system. The security features should
support Antivirus, antispam, web filtering, IPS to stop all manner of Viruses and malware
before they damage the network. Atleast 4 fixed 10/100/1000 interfaces, 2 USB ports and
atleast one each of console port and Aux port to provide High speed LAN connectivity,
flexible management and future connectivity.
•Should support T1, E1, serial, ADSL, ADSL2, ADSL2+, G.SHDSL, DS3, E3, 10/100/1000,
SFP. Should be able to enforce session specific access control policies by using user identity
network location or device security state
•Should support Deep inspection, Bridge groups, security zones, VLANS and V-routers to
allow administrators to deploy security policies, isolating guests and wireless networks.
Routing Engine should support OSPF, BGP, RIP v1/2, Frame relay, multi link frame relay,
PPP and Multi link PPP, HDLC. Should also support automatic setup and strip down of VPN
Tunnels between spoke sites (in a Hub – Spoke model)
•Traffic flowing in and out of the Institute should be protected for worms, spyware, trojans &
malware.
•The UTM should include stateful firewall, IPSec VPN, IPS, Antivirus (That includes anti
spyware, antiadware, antiphishing), anti spam and web filtering.
•Firewall packets per second (64 byte) – atleast 175000 PPS.
•Concurrent Sessions ---- minimum 40000.
•Firewall performance (Large packet) ---- atleast 400 Mbps
•Antivirus Signature database ---- minimum 100000
•Antivirus protocol scanning capability --- POP3, HTTP, SMTP, FTP, IMAP
•IPSec VPN Concurrent VPN Tunnels --- minimum 250
•Internal RAM – Minimum 1GB.
•Authentication and Access Control --- should support atleast 1500 Built in Database (internal)
users and third party user authentication like RADIUS, RSA, Secure ID, LDAP.
•Should support traffic prioritization based on type of traffic, e.g. Voice and Video traffic over
the Net should be prioritized to support IP Telephony and Video Conferencing through
Internet.
•High Availability: Should support Active/Active & Active/Passive redundancy Model for high
availability.
7. KVM Switch:
•8 x KBD, Mouse & Video ports for upto 8 Servers, and 1 x KBD, Mouse & Video port for
connecting KBD, Mouse & Monitor.
•4 x 1.8Mtr. Cable Set for connecting Servers must be supplied alongwith the switch.
•Switch should be stackable to support upto 48 Servers.
•LED indicators for Power, Active Ports etc.
•19” Rack mountable.
•Front Panel switch for switching Servers. Additionally Servers may be switched using Hotkeys.
8. 19” Industry Standard Networking equipment Racks
Acceptable Brands: APW/ Valrack/ HCL/ Rittal/ AMP
6U Wall mount Racks:
•600MMx500MM (W X D) of appropriate height as per BOM.
•Adjustable 19” Rails in front & rear
•Door: Front Transparent lockable glass door
•Cantilever Shelves: Suitable for above. (one or two as per BOM)
•Power Socket: Strip of 6x5Amp Power Socket (one or two as per BOM)
•Horizontal Cable Managers as required.
•Fans: 2 Fans for cooling.
•Single section (CRCA Steel frame, Finish - Powder coated to 80microns, Matt finish)
•Top & Bottom cable Entry provision.
•Hardware Set as required.
42U Floor Standing Racks.
•800MMx1000MM (W X D).
•Adjustable 19” Rails in front & rear
•Door: Front Transparent lockable glass door, Rear perforated door.
•Cantilever Shelves: Suitable for above. (as required)
•Power Socket: Vertical Strip of 14x5Amp Power Socket (as per BOM)
•Castors: Four Castors, two with Brakes.
•Horizontal Cable Managers as required.
•Vertical Cable Managers built-in.
•Fans: Fan Tray with 4 Fans.
•CRCA Steel frame, Finish - Powder coated to 80microns, Matt finish
•Top & Bottom cable Entry provision.
•Hardware Set as required.
Specifications for Passive Items - Cable & others
All Fiber/ UTP Components should be from the same OEM. The OEM should be ISO 9001:2000
& QS: 9000 Certified. In the changing needs of the global resources if the company has
environmental management systems in place like ISO 14001 accreditation the same shall be
added advantage. All UTP components should have UL number. CAT 6 UTP components should
have independent lab verification like ETL certificates.
All user outlets will be identically wired with UTP Cabling system conforming to Category 6 UTP
Cabling system TIA / EIA 568-B.1 standards. The UTP Cabling system shall confirm to the full
Category 6 Cabling system. Cabling systems confirming only to draft versions of Category 6
standards are not acceptable. Each user outlet shall be provided with one data circuit via one
Category 6 cable to the outlet. The outlets shall be surface mount, with shuttered jacks to prevent
ingress of dust and foreign matter. The horizontal cable shall be terminated on modular jack
panels, placed in wall mounted / floor mounted racks provided with lock-able doors. Factorycrimped
workstation and equipment cords shall be provided.
The inter-building backbones shall be installed with outdoor, gel-filled, loose tube, optical fiber
cables, fiber type and count as described above. All fiber terminations shall be carried out with
SC-Style Connectors/Pigtails, color-coded as per TIA / EIA standards for SM and MM fibers. All
terminations shall be placed on rack-mount fiber optic enclosures capable of terminating OSP
rated cables.
Acceptable brands are Systimax/AMP/Molex/Krone.
Cabling System and Component Specifications
Specifications for Passive Items - Cable & others
All Fiber/ UTP Components should be from the same OEM. The OEM should be ISO 9001:2000
& QS: 9000 Certified. In the changing needs of the global resources if the company has
environmental management systems in place like ISO 14001 accreditation the same shall be
added advantage. All UTP components should have UL number. CAT 6 UTP components should
have independent lab verification like ETL certificates.
Acceptable brands are Systimax/AMP/Molex/Krone.
Technical Specifications
(i) Optical Fiber Cable: Single mode (SM) Fiber, Standard properties
The Optical fibre should be of 6/12 core single mode armoured type Loose-tube, Gel filled Low
Water Fibers ITU-T G.652.C and ITU-T G.652.D standard for Low water Peak optical fiber cable.
C
haracteristic Min. Required Specification
The fiber type is a Matched Cladding Single Mode
Fiber dual coated with acrylate coating.
The fiber is optimized for operation at 1310 nm and at 1550 nm.
Should fulfill the requirements of:
•IEC 793-2: 1992, Category B 1.1
•EN 188101
•ITU-T Recommendation G.652
GENERAL:
Testing methods are in accordance with the following standards:
•ITU-T G.650
•IEC 793-1
•EN 188 000
Nominal mode field diameter 9.0 μm
Mode field diameter tolerance ±10%
Cladding diameter 125 μm
Cladding diameter tolerance ±1 μm
Mode field concentricity error Max.:0. 8 μm
Cladding non-circularity Max. 2%
Diameter of outer coating layer 245 μm (without coloring layer)
Tolerance of coating layer diameter ±10 μm
GEOMETRICAL
PROPERTIES:
Coating concentricity error Max. 12 μm
CORE Germanium doped core with
no phosphorus i.e. reduced
tendency for hydrogen
degradation.
COATING UV-curable dual layer acryl ate
coating, which ensures
excellent micro bending and
abrasion resistance.
Stripping force after conditioning at 23± 5°C at 40 - 60 % RH for 24h.
Min. 1.0 N
Max. 3.5 N
Stripping force after ageing in water at 70 ± 5°C for 168 h.
Min. 1.0 N
MATERIALS
Max. 3.5 N
Attenuation (of cable with fibers):
At 1310 nm <= 0.40 dB/km
In the range 1285-1330 nm <= 0.43 dB/km
At 1550 nm <= 0.25 dB/km
Cut-off wavelength c:
High limit 1330 nm
Low limit 1180 nm
Cut-off wavelength cc
High limit 1260 nm
OPTICAL PROPERTIES
Loss increase at 1550 nm for 100 turns of fiber loosely wound with a
37.5 mm radius:
Max. 0.1 dB
Loss due to hydrogen:
Maximum induced permanent loss
after 1000 h at 1 bar H2 at 70°C
and out gassing for 72 h at 70°C
(valid both at 1310 nm and at 1550
nm)
0.2 dB/km
Dispersion:
Zero dispersion wavelength 1310 nm
Tolerance of zero dispersion
Wavelength -10/+12 nm
Zero-dispersion slope:
Max. 0.092 ps/(nm² • km)
Chromatic dispersion coefficient:
In 1285 nm - 1330 nm interval:
Max. 3.5ps/km • nm
In 1270 nm - 1340 nm interval
Max. 6 ps/km • nm
At 1550 nm
Max. 18 ps/km • nm
Polarisation Mode Dispersion (PMD):
Max. 0.5 ps/km
In homogeneity of OTDR trace for any two 1000 meter fiber lengths
Max. 0.1 dB/km
Proof test level 1%
Armor Corrugated Steel Tape Armor
Multiple Loose Tube
Gel-filled
Water-blocking
Black Medium density PE/PE/HDPE
Direct Burial Variety
1800N max. during installatiTensile Strength on
1200N during long term storage
Compressive Strength (Crush
resistance)
4500N or more
Impact 20Nm
Cable Construction (as
per IEC 794-1)
Minimum Bending Radius (as per
IEC 794-1 E11)
290mm or less
Operating Temperature The cable should be able to bear temperature cycling between -40ºC
to +60ºC, There should not any variation in attenuation (<0.05dB)
within -10ºC to +60ºC
(ii) FIBER PATCH PANELS – RACK MOUNT:
Characteristic Min. Required Specification
The Fiber Management Panel Shall be a 1U 19” rack mounted
panel, which allows direct mounting of the connectors into the
front panel plates.
All optical fiber patching panel shall provide cross-connect, interconnect,
splicing capabilities and contain cable management for
supporting and routing the optical fiber cables/jumpers.
Shall support up to 24 or more cores termination
Shall accommodate adaptors with shutters
Shall have Strain relief for fiber cable
Have earthing lugs and other accessories.
Panel cover should be slide out for easy maintenance
Provide self-adhesive, clear label holders (transparent plastic
window type) and white designation labels with the panel, for
front panel labeling.
Should be upgradeable as Intelligent Patch Panel without
changing the existing Patch Panel hardware by simple retro
fitting of intelligent sensors as and when required.
Note: The OEM should have at least one site on intelligent system within India. The bidder/OEM
should be able to physically demonstrate intelligent system monitors (for both copper & fiber),
patch cords etc. if asked by the Kolkata Port Trust.
(iii) SC DUPLEX ADAPTORS:
Characteristic Min. Required Specification
Features All SC adaptors should be duplex type with integrated springloaded
shutters for protection. Adapters should be snap mount
for easy insertion and removal.
Single Mode adaptors adhering to standard NTT-SC and
Bellcore 326 compliant connectors
Meets TIA/EIA 568-B.3 and IEC 874-109 standards
Shall have Zirconia Alignment sleeve
(iv) Optical Fiber Connectors (SC):
Characteristic Min. Required Specification
Provide a field installable single mode connector to terminate
fiber optic cables from cable-to-cable, cable-to-equipment and
equipment-to-equipment. Connectors shall be ceramic tipped
and UV curable.
Utilize a PC polishing on the tip to provide high yield during
installation. Meet EIA and IEC standards for repeatability.
Features
Have a locking feature to the coupler and assure non-optical
disconnect.
Specifications SC-SM
Loss (dB) = 0.2
= 0.1
Fiber OD 125μm
Cable OD: 3.0 / 0.9mm
Loss Repeat: < 0.2dB (per 1000 reconnects)
Tip Material Zirconia.
(v) Optical Fiber Equipment Cords:
Characteristic Min. Required Specification
All optical fiber patch leads shall comprise of Single mode
9/125μm fiber with SC/LC, fiber connectors terminated at each
end. The optical fiber patch leads shall comply with the following
specifications:
Connector: Zirconia ceramic ferrule
Pre-radiuses and pre-polished ferrule
Epoxy type fiber encapsulation
Color-coded connector boots fitted to connectors on duplex
patch leads.
Dust caps shall be fitted on each connector at the assembly
Features
Cable: 9/125, SM
Strength member: aramid yarn
900μm tight buffer diameter
(vi) Category 6 UTP, 4 Pair:
Characteristic Min. Required Specification
Category 6 Unshielded Twisted Pair 4 pair 100cable shall be
compliant with ANSI/TIA/EIA-568-B.2-1 Additional Transmission
Performance Specifications for 4-pair 100Category 6 Cabling.
Category 6 UTP cables shall extend between the work area
location and its associated telecommunications closet and consist
of 4 pair, 23 AWG, UTP Non Plenum cable jacket.
The 4 pair Unshielded Twisted Pair cable shall be ULListed
Features
All Category 6 cables shall meet or exceed the following
characteristics:
Construction: 4 twisted pairs separated by internal X shaped, 4
channel, polymer spine / full separator. Half shall not be accepted.
Conductor Solid Copper
Conductor Diameter 0.56±0.005mm (23 AWG)
Insulator Polyolefin
Jacket PVC
Outer Diameter 6.0±0.4mm
Mechanical Characteristics
Max. Temperature 75°C
(vii) INFORMATION OUTLET:
Characteristic Min. Required Specification
Category 6, TIA568B.2-1 – 250MHz
All information outlets for 100 , 22-24 AWG copper cable shall:
Use insulation displacement connectors (IDC)
Allow for a minimum of 200 re-terminations without signal
degradation below standards compliance limits.
Be constructed of high impact, flame-retardant thermoplastic with
color and icon options for better visual identification.
With spring loaded shutter
With Terminator cap
IDC posts should be pointed
568A/B configuration
Features
Information outlet (RJ45 jack) should be covered under ETL
Verification program for compliance with TIA568B.2-1, ETL
certificate to be submitted with offer
Plastic Housing: Polycarbonate, UL94V-0 rated or equivalent
Operating Life: Minimum 750 insertion cycles
Contact Material: Copper alloy
Contact Plating: 50 μinches gold over 100 μinches nickel
Plastic Housing: Polycarbonate, UL94V-0 rated or equivalent
Operating Life: Minimum 200 Re-terminations
Mechanical: Jack
Connector
IDC Contact Plating: Tin Plate (tin/lead)
(viii) FACE PLATE:
Characteristic Min. Required Specification
Single Gang square plate, 86mmx86mm
Write on labels in transparent plastic window – supplied with plate
Screw hole covers – to be supplied with plate
Features
Plug in Icons – Icon tree – to be supplied with plate
Should be able to support variety of jacks – UTP, STP, Fiber,
Coax etc.
Note: Face plate & I/O together meeting the specification will also be accepted, e.g. If Shutter is
offered with the faceplate and not with I/O, the same will be acceptable too.
(ix) 24 PORT JACK PANEL:
Characteristic Min. Required Specification
Be made of powder-coated steel, in 24 port configurations.
Allow for a minimum of 200 re-terminations without signal
degradation below standards compliance limit.
Have port identification numbers on the front of the panel.
Should have self adhesive, clear label holders (transparent
plastic window type) and white designation labels with the panel,
with optional color labels / icons.
Should be upgradeable as Intelligent Patch Panel without
changing the existing Patch Panel hardware and by simple retro
fitting of intelligent sensors as and when required.
Each port / jack on the panel should be individually removable
on field from the panel.
Should have integrated rear cable management shelf.
Should be covered by ETL verification program for compliance
with TIA 568B.2-1.
Features
Shutter on the jack panel port is mandatory
Plastic Housing: Polycarbonate, UL94V-0 rated or equivalent
Operating Life: Minimum 750 insertion cycles
Contact Material: Copper Alloy
Contact Plating: 50μ” Gold/100μ” Nickel
Contact Force: 100g minimum
Mechanical Characteristics
Jack Connector
Plug Retention Force: 15 lb.
Plastic Housing: Polycarbonate, UL94V-0 rated or equivalent
Operating Life: Minimum 200 re-terminations
Contact Material: Copper Alloy
IDC Contact Plating: Tin/Lead Plate
Contact Force: 100g minimum
IDC Connector
Wire Accommodation: 22-24 AWG solid
Note: The OEM should have at least one site on intelligent system within India. The bidder/OEM
should be able to physically demonstrate intelligent system monitors (for both copper & fiber),
patch cords etc. if asked by the Kolkata Port Trust.
(x) MOUNTING CORDS:
Characteristic Min. Required Specification
Category 6 Equipment cords
The work area equipment cords shall, at a minimum comply with
proposed ANSI/TIA/EIA-568-B.2-1 Commercial Building Cabling
Standards Transmission Performance Specifications for 4 pair
100Category 6 Cabling.
Category 6 modular equipment cords: Shall be round, and
consist of eight insulated 24 AWG, stranded copper conductors,
arranged in four color-coded twisted-pairs within a flameretardant
jacket.
Features
Equipped with modular 8-position modular plugs on both ends,
wired straight through with standards compliant wiring.
Should have 50 micro inches of gold plating over nickel
contacts.
Modular cords should include a molded strain relief boot.
Should be covered by ETL verification program for compliance
with TIA 568B.2-1. Certificate to be submitted with bid.
Conductor size: 24 AWG stranded bare copper
Max O.D.: 5.6mm (.22”)
Jacket: PVC
Mechanical – Cable
Temperature range: -20oC to +60oC
Operating life: Minimum 750 insertion cycles
Contact material: Copper alloy
Contact plating: 50μ” Gold/100μ”Nickel
Plug dimensions & tolerances compliant with FCC Part 68 and
IEC 60603-7
Mechanical Characteristics –
Plug
Approvals: UL, CSA
Max voltage: 150 VAC (max)
Max current: 1.5A @ 25oC
Electrical Characteristics – Plug
Operating temperature: -40oC to 85oC
Installation Specifications
Fiber optic Cabling Installation Practices
1. Backbone cables shall be installed separately from horizontal distribution cables.
2. Where cables are housed in conduits, the backbone and horizontal cables shall be installed
in separate conduits or in separate innerducts within conduits.
3. Where backbone cables and distribution cables are installed in a cable tray or wireway,
backbone cables shall be installed first and bundled separately from the horizontal
distribution cables.
4. Fiber slack shall be neatly coiled within the fiber termination panel. No slack loops shall be
allowed external to the fiber panel(s).
5. Each cable shall be individually attached to the respective termination panel by mechanical
means.
6. The cables strength member(s) shall be securely attached the cable strain relief bracket in
the panel.
7. Each fiber cable shall be stripped upon entering the termination panel and the individual
fibers routed in the termination panel.
8. Each cable shall be clearly labeled at the entrance to the termination panel. Cables labeled
within the bundle shall not be acceptable.
9. Dust caps shall be installed on the connectors and couplings at all times unless physically
connected.
Installation acceptance Testing Specifications
SM fiber links shall be tested for attenuation at 1310nm as per TIA / EIA 526-7 using power meter
and power source. Bidder, at the time of bidding, shall provide proposed link budgets for
each and every link specified in the Requirement specifications above, in the following
format. This will help in establishing baseline performance of the cable and decide on Network
platform that can be supported on each of the link prior to deployment.
S. No. Link MM / SM Length Estimated Link Budget
Warranty Specifications
We seek warranty for the installed cable plant from the OEM equipment supplier. Bidder shall
ensure that the OEM norms for supply, installation, testing and documentation as specified by the
OEM supplier shall be adhered to, provided those are in line with TIA / EIA standards and
required specifications. The warranty shall be provided by the OEM vendor and shall be
administered in India. The duration of the warranty shall be for a minimum of 25 years and
shall cover the system performance, application assurance and the costs of the supply of
components and installation. A Sample Warranty certificate shall be provided by the bidder along
with the bid.
Documentation Specifications
The successful bidder shall after completion of the installation, submit a detailed documentation
of the cable plant. The documentation shall cover, in the minimum, the following
a) As-built diagrams of the campus Network, with building and floor wise distribution of users
and connectivity
b) Test results for UTP and Fiber links
c) Consolidated BOM with manufacturer’s part Nos. and quantities used
d) Warranty certificate from OEM supplier
Section – IV
Campus Layout and Schematic Diagram















VINOBA BHAVE UNIVERSITY
HAZARIBAG







PRE-QUALIFICATION DOCUMENT
FOR
INSTITUTIONAL FURNITURE
FOR
UNIVERSITY






Date :















VINOBA BHAVE UNIVERSITY, HAZARIBAG



1. This document contains pages excluding this page and the cover page.

2. This document is issued to M/s. __________________________¬¬¬¬________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ against payment of Rs. 500.00 in cash. Or Demand Draft.

3. The pre-qualification document in prescribed form duly completed and signed should be submitted in a sealed cover. The sealed cover super scribed “Pre-qualification document for Supply of Class Room Desks, Teachers Tables, Chairs, Computer Table etc. at Vinoba Bhave University, Hazaribag” shall be received up to 18.03.2008 The applicant shall mention on the sealed cover Company’s name, phone numbers & name of contact person.





for Vinoba Bhave University




Dated ………………. 2008
















VINOBA BHAV E UNIVERSITY, HAZARIBAG

PRE-QUALIFICATION DOCUMENT FOR INSTITUTIONAL FURNITURE

SECTION – I

BRIEF PARTICULARS OF THE WORK


1. Salient details of the work for which pre-qualification applications are invited at as under :

S. No. Name of Work Approx cost Period of completion
1. Supply & Installation of Institutional furniture 50 Lacs 20 Days

2. The work is situated at Vinoba Bhave University, Hazaribag

3. General features and major components of the work are as under :

(i) Library Book Rack
(ii) Magazine Stand
(iii) Executive Chair
(iv) Student Model Desk
(v) Executive Table
(vi) Computer Table
(vii) Modular Computer Table
(viii) Modular Computer Table
(ix) Podium/Speaker
(x) Podium Speaker
(xi) Student Model Desk

Specification as in :


1. Library Book Rack

Size – Over all of the rack 1800mm x 900mm x 750mm The side panels of the library rack are 25mm thick made of pre-laminated particle board in the desired shade. The flat edges will be sealed with 25mm thick PVC ergo profile.

The library rack shall have six adjustable shelves on both sides made of 18 mm pre-laminated particle board, duly edge banded with an 2mm thick aluminum profile.
These shelves will be mounted on a double jacket frame made of 2” x 1” M.S. pipe over lapped with 12mm pre-laminated particle board duly edge banded with 0.8mm thick PVC beading.

2. Magazine Stand
Size – Over all size is 1650mm x 900mm x 400mm. The magazine stand is made of 18mm pre-laminated particle board, duly edge banded with 2mm thick PVC beading. The rack comprise of 12 (twelve) individual compartments. Each compartment flap is made of 18mm thick pre-laminated particle board duly edge banded with 1 mm thick PVC beading. The rack flaps are mounted on the cabinet with ‘0’ crank self closing hinge and pneumatic holders to hold the magazine flap in a horizontal position with the requisite weight of the magazine. The flap is fixed to the cabinet at a slant of 600 to hold the magazine. An M.S. ‘L’ channel duly power coated in the desired shade is fixed to the bottom of the flap to hold the magazine in the desired position.
The top of the magazine stand is made of 25mm thick plain particle board clad with 0.6mm thick post form laminated. The flat edges of the top will be sealed with 2mm thick PVC edge banding of the desired shade.

3. Executive Chair
Size – Over all height of 810mm, width 750mm and depth 750mm Seat and Back are made of polyurethane foam. The chair shall have a adjustable center with tilting mechanism with 170 Maximum tilt and tilt tension adjustment, upright locking facilities and full 3600 swivel mechanism. The arm rest are made out of 10mm thick MS bar duly chrome plated in a 50 micron thickness. The MS chrome plated pedestal has a 650mm-pitch center diameter (750mm with castors). The telescopic bellows is 3 piece and in black polyurethane. The chair has a pneumatic height adjustment facility.
Computer Chair Without arms

4. Student Model Desk
Size – Over all 1800mm x 920mm x 450mm
Student Model Desk is made of 35mm x 35mm MS ERW 1.2mm thick pipe duly pre-treated and powder coated in the desired shade. The bookshelf is made of 0.8 mm thick CRCA grade D steel as per IS513-1994 duly pre-treated and powder coated in the desired shade.
The size of the Table top is 1800mm x 375mm made of plain particle board clad with 0.6 mm thick post-formed laminate and 0.6mm thick backing laminate. The flat edges shall be sealed with 2mm thick PVC edge banding.
The size of the table seat & back is 1800mm x 300mm and 1800mm x 200mm respectively, made of pre-laminated particle board. The flat edges are sealed with 2 mm thick PVC edge banding.



5. Executive Table
Size – 1800mm x 690mm x 750mm
As per drawing attached. The work top of the main desk shall be out of 25mm thick plain particle board clad with 0.6mm thick post formed laminated and 0.6mm thick backing laminated the flat edge shall be sealed with 2mm thick PVC edge banding. The tabletop will have a bull nose front and back profile. The side panels of the tabletop are made of 25mm thick pre-laminated particle board duly edge banded with 2mm thick PVC tape. The modesty panel of the table is made of 18mm thick pre-laminated particle board. The table top, side panels and modesty will be held together with requisite modular accessories.
The Executive desk shall have a mobile pedestal of size – 380mm width x 463mm Depth and 680mm Height made out of 18mm thick pre-laminated particle board and shall have a combination of 2 box drawers and 1 filing drawer. The drawer shall be mounted on double extension ball slides. The drawer front should be made of 18mm thick plain particle board quarter round on the edges and covered with 2mm thick PVC edge banding. The depth of the drawer & filing drawer should be fully accessible. The Executive side rack shall have a size of 1200mm x 400mm x 720mm.
The side rack shall have a sliding cupboard unit made of 18mm thick pre-laminated board with an adjustable shelve for file storage.

6. Computer Table (as per drawings)
Size – 570mm x 550mm x 810mm
Made of 1.6mm thick MS ERW elliptical pipe of 70mm x 35mm duly pre-treated and powder coated in structured black colour. The computer table should have a provision for the cable wires to be carried inside the metal pipe section. The computer table should have a provision for the cable wires to be carried inside the metal pipe section. The modesty panel of the computer table is made of 1.2mm thick CRC MS sheet duly perforated in the desired design.
The Computer table top is made of 18mm thick plain particle board duly clad with 0.6mm thick post form laminate and 0.6mm thick backing laminate. The computer table top side and keyboard are in quarter round design. The keyboard is mounted on double extension ball slides.
The computer table should be fitted with metal level adjusters for uneven floor.

7. & 8. Modular Computer Table
Size – 480mm x 600mm x 770mm
It is made of 25mm thick plain particle Board clad with 0.6mm thick post form laminate and 0.6mm thick backing laminate. The computer table top will have a bull nose front and back profile. The side panels of the computer table are made of 25mm thick pre laminated particle board duly edge banded with 2mm thick PVC tape. There are four lockable wheels fitted at the bottom of the computer table, the keyboard is mounted on double extension ball slides.

9. Podium / Speaker
Size – 520mm x 470mm x 1200mm
Made of 1.6mm MS ERW elliptical pipe of 70mm x 35mm duly pre-treated and powder coated in structured black colour. The podium has provision for cable wires to be carried inside the metal pipe section. The modesty panel of the computer table is made of 1.2mm thick CRC MS sheet duly perforated in the design.
The podium top has a size of
And is made of plain particle board duly clad with 0.6mm thick post form laminate and 0.6mm thick backing laminate. The podium top has a bull nose front and back profile.
10. Podium Speaker
Size – 520mm x 650mm x 1200
As per is made of plain particle board duly clad with 0.6mm thick post form laminate and 0.6mm thick backing laminate. The podium top and side panels are in quarter round design, as per drawing and shade approved.

11. Student Model Desk
The Student Model Desk has a size of
Made of 1.5mm thick MS ERW elliptical pipe of 70mm x 35mm duly pre-treated and powder coated in structured black colour. The modesty panel of student model desk is made of 1.2mm thick CRC MS sheet duly pre-treated in the desired design. The student model desk top is made of 18mm thick pre-laminated particle board duly edge banded board duly edge banded with a PVC tape 2mm thick. The seats are made of 12mm thick hot pressed plywood, which is ergonomically designed for better sitting comfort a layer of wooden veneer duly finished is pasted on top of the plywood.

Mandatory Tests To be Done By Manufacturer on Chairs.
• Seating Impact test
• Arms Strength Test
• Back Durability Test
• Castor/Chair durability test
• Base Test
• Castor retention test
• Castor Pull Out test
• Castor Breakability Test

Powder Coating Test

All MS components shall be epoxy polyester powder coated using the seven chamber pretreatment process with the powder thickness greater than 40 microns Dry Film Thickness.

Tests to Be Carried Out on Powder Coating
• Cross Cut Test – To check Adhesion
• Impact Resistance Test – To 150 kgs/cm as per BS 3900/E3.
• Scratch Hardness – Upto 4 kgs as per BS 3900/E2.
• Salt Spray Test.

Seven Step Anti Rust Treatment To Be Followed For All Metal Components

The manufacturer should have anti rust treatment facilities for treating all metal components. The anti rust treatment shall comprise of Metal Components being dipped in sodium carbonate and alkaline phosphate to remove oil for 90 seconds at 60 degrees centigrade followed by Rinsing with water at normal temperature. The rinsed components are to be dipped in phosphoric acid solution at 45 degrees centigrade for 10 minutes minimum for de-rusting followed by Rinsing. Components shall undergo phosphating by dipping in phosphating tank Containing iron hydrogen phosphate dissolved in phosphoric acid at normal temperature for minimum 5 minutes followed by rinsing and finally Dipping components in chromic phosphates acid reducing agent chemical at temperature of 80 degree centigrade (+/- 10%) for minimum period of 60 seconds.

Specifications For Materials And Processes To Be Used On Furniture

Specifications For Steel Used In Chairs

• Cold rolled steel for MS sheet shall have thickness ranging from 0.63mm to 2.0mm as per IS:513.
• Hot rolled steel for MS sheet shall have thickness ranging from 2.5mm to 3.15mm as per IS:10748 Group I.
• MS ERW tubes used for tubular components should satisfy IS-7138.
Material Specifications

1. Plain Particle Board (Medium Density)
They are made up of three layers of particles (wood or any other Lingo – Cellalosic material) and resin mix (any adhesive conforming to IS:848-1974 or BWR. BWP type). The finer and thinner particles at the top and bottom and coarser and bigger particles for the core layer. The sizing material is paraffin wax dissolved in mineral spirit. Both surfaces of board are sanded to smooth finish and tolerance in board dimensions are +/- 5mm for all lengths and widths +/- 0.6 mm for thickness of boards up to 25 mm, and upto +/- 1.5mm for boards above 25 mm. Tolerance of +/- 2 mm per meter length of diagonal.
The physical characteristics and test requirements conform to test as per IS 2380 (1977)

Density : 600-900 kg per meter cube.
Moisture content : 5.10%
Water absorption : 2 hour test – max 15%
24 hour test – max 40% Swelling in water : 2 hour – max 5% thickness
Swelling due to water absorption : max 6%
Tensile strength perpendicular to surface : min 0.3 Newton per millimeter square. (for all Thickness)
Tensile strength after cyclic test : min 0.3 N/mm square
Screw withdrawal strength on face : min 1250 N
Screw withdrawal strength on edge : min 850 N

2. Pre Laminated And Twin Particle Boards

These particle boards are laminated on both sides by resin impregnated base papers. Each PLB/PLT contains particleboard, impregnated base paper layer, impregnated overlay and are of grade II type II designated as PLB-22. Finish of the paper overlaid boards unless specified will be matt. (suede) textured.

Tolerance on board dimensions for all lengths and widths +/- 5mm thickness (up to 25mm) +/- 0.5mm length on diagonal 2.5mm max.
Physical characteristics and test requirements are as per IS:2380-1977.

Density : 600-900 kg per meter cube
Moisture content : 5 to 10%
Water absorption : 2 hour test – max 15%, 24 hour test – max 30%
Swelling in water : 2 hour – max. 8% in thickness
Modules of rupture : min. 15 N/mm square.
Tensile strength perpendicular to surface : min 0.5 N/mm square (for all thickness).
Screw withdrawal strength on face : min 1550 N
Screw withdrawal strength on edge : min 850 N
The following characteristics are according to Annexure of IS : 128323-1990.

Resistance to steam – No sign of blister, delaminating or change in surface finish.
Resistance to crack – No sign of crack and delaminating.
Resistance to cigarette burn.
Resistance to stain. Abrasion Resistance (min) in no of revolutions.

3. Post formed Laminate Sheets

The post formed (high pressure decorative laminate) one side bearing 0.6 or 0.8 mm thick decorative conform to NEMA specification – ANSI/NEMA/LD-3-1991. Sheets are available in shade, finish, color pattern as mutually decided by the purchaser and supplier. They are rectangular and unless otherwise specified have square. Dimensional tolerance for an 8’ x 4’ sheet in all lengths and widths +/- 4.0mm (according to 1.25mm per meter) in thickness +/- 0.12mm. the physical characteristics and test requirements are as per NEME-LD-3-1991.

Impact strength - Ball Impact resistance min 20”
Wear resistance - Min 400 cycles.
Gross dimensional change in machine direction - Max. 1.1%
Gross dimensional change in cross machine direction - 1.4% max.
High temperature resistance – slight effect is accepted on specimen at the final examination.
Stain resistance - No effect is acceptable on the specimen.
Formability - Min radius 12.5mm
Blister Resistance - Min 40 Sec.
Boiling water immersion test (2 hour test) as per IS:2046-1969
Increase in weight - Max. 30%
Increase in thickness - Max. 30%


5. Epoxy Powder Coating

Epoxy powder used for coating can be of a standard shade or as that required. The specific gravity of powder 1.6 (+/- 0.2) gives a DFT of 50-60 microns. Pencil Hardness of 2H. Cross hatch Adhesion (DIN 553151) or GT – ‘O’ gloss @ 60 DIN 67530 of 80 +/- 5% for all standard except black, 45 +/- 5 for black. It is able to withstand min 500 hour of salt spray test. Impact resistance of 150 kg. cm.







SECTION – II

INFORMATION & INSTRUCTIONS FOR APPLICANTS

1.0 General :

1.1 Latter of transmittal and forms for pre-qualifications are given in Section III.

1.2 All information called for in the enclosed forms should be furnished against the relevant columns in the forms. If for any reason, information is permitted on a separate sheet, this fact should be mentioned against the relevant column. Even if no information is to be provided in a column, a ‘nil’ or ‘no such case’ entry should be made in that column. If any particulars/query is not applicable in case of the applicant, it should be stated as “not applicable”. The applicants are cautioned that not giving complete information called for in the application forms or not giving it in clear terms or making any change in the prescribed forms or deliberately suppressing the information may result in the applicant being summarily disqualified. Applications made by telegram or telex and those received late will not be entertained.

1.3 The application should be type-written, the applicant should sign each page of the application.

1.4 Overwriting should be avoided. Correction, if any should be made by neatly crossing out, initialing, dating and rewriting, pages of the pre-qualification document are numbered. Additional sheets, if any added by the contractor, should also be numbered by him. They should be submitted as a package with signed letter of transmittal.

1.5 References, information and certificates from the respective clients certifying suitability, technical know how or capability of the applicant should be signed by an officer not below the rank of Executive Engineer or equivalent.

1.6 The applicant may furnish any additional information which he thinks is necessary to establish his capabilities to successfully complete the envisaged work. He is, however, advised not to furnish superfluous information. No information shall be entertained after submission of pre-qualification document unless it is called for by the Employer.

1.7 Any information furnished by the applicant found to be incorrect either immediately or at a leter date, would render him liable to be debarred from tendering/taking up of work in the Institute.

1.8 The pre-qualification document in prescribed form duly completed and signed should be submitted in a sealed cover. The sealed cover superscripted “Pre-qualification document for Supply and Installation of Institutional Furniture for Institute at Vinoba Bhave University, Hazaribag” shall be received up to 18.03.2008 on 03.00 p.m. The applicant shall mention on the sealed cover Company’s name, phone numbers and name of contact person. Documents submitted in connection with pre-qualification will be treated confidential and will not be returned.


2.0 Definitions.

2.1 In this document the following words and expression have the meaning hereby assigned to them.

2.2 Employer : Means the Registrar, acting through the Vice-Chancellor, Vinoba Bhave University, Hazaribag.

2.3 Applicant : Means the individual, proprietary firm, firm in partnership, limited company private or public or corporation.

2.4 “Year” means “Financial Year” unless stated otherwise.

3.0 Method of Application :

3.1 If the applicant is an individual, the application shall be signed by him above his full type written name and current address.

3.2 If the applicant is a proprietary firm, the application shall be signed by the proprietary above his full typewritten name and the full name of his firm with its current address.

3.3 If the applicant is a firm in partnership, the application shall be signed by all the partners of the firm above their full typewritten names and current address or alternatively by a partner holding power of attorney for the firm. In the latter case a certificate copy of the power of attorney should accompany the application. In both cases a certified copy of partnership deed and current addresses of all the partners of the firm should accompany the application.

3.4 I the applicant is a limited company or a corporation, the application shall be signed by a duly authorization person holding power of attorney for signing the application accompanied by a copy of the power of attorney. The applicant should also furnish a copy of the Memorandum of Articles of Association duly attested by a Public Notary.

4.0 Final Decision Making Authority.

4.1 Registrar, Vinoba Bhave University. Reserves the right to accept of reject any application and to annual the pre-qualification process and reject all applications at any time, without assigning any reason or incurring any liability to the applications.

5.0 Particulars/Quantities Provisional, Firm prices

5.1 The particulars of the work given in Section I are provisional. They are liable to change and must be considered only as advance information to assist the applicant.

5.2 The applicants should also note that the tenders for the work shall be issued to pre-qualified agencies only. The quantities for each item mentioned in the tender document (to be issued to the pre-qualified agencies) shall be provisional and can very.

5.3 The prices quoted by the tenderers shall remain firm for a period of 12 months and additional furniture can ordered by the Employer at any time during this period.

6.0 Site Visit

The applicant is advised to visit the site of work, at his own cost, and examine it and its surroundings to himself collect all information that he considers necessary for proper assessment of the prospective assignment. Samples lying in the University Campus should be inspected by the applicant before bidding for the prospective assignment.

7.0 INITIAL CRITERIA FOR ELIGIBILITY FOR PRE-QUALIFICATION

7.1 The applicant should have satisfactorily completed three similar works (at least one of them in Central Government/State Government/Institution) each costing Rs. 15 Lacs or two works each costing Rs. 20 Lacs or one work costing Rs. 40 Lacs, of nature as indicated below, during the last five years ending last day of 2007 For this purpose, ‘cost to work’ shall mean gross value of the completed work including the cost of materials supplied by the Govt./Client, but excluding those supplied free of cost. An officer not below the rank of Executive Engineer/Project Manager or equivalent should certify this. The applicant’s firm/company should have ISO 9001 certification.

Similar or Similar Nature of work means Supply & Installation of Institutional Furniture Items :

i. Library Book Rack
ii. Magazine Stand
iii. Executive Chair
iv. Student Model Desk
v. Executive Table
vi. Computer Table
vii. Modular Computer Table
viii. Modular Computer Table
ix. Podium/Speaker
x. Podium Speaker
xi. Student Model Desk


Please refer Clause No. 3 of Section-I (Brief Particulars of the work) also.



7.2 The applicant should have had average annual financial turn over (gross) of Rs. 100 lacs for similar furniture works during the last five years ending 31st March 2007 and a Chartered Accountant should duly audit this. Year in which no turnover is shown would also be considered for working out the agerage.

7.3 The applicant should not have incurred any loss in more than two years during the last five years ending 31st March 2007 duly certified by the Chartered Accountant.

7.4 The applicant should have a solvency of Rs. 20 Lakh certified by his Bankers.

7.5 The applicant should own all necessary equipment required for the proper and timely execution of the work. Else, he should certify and give documentary evidence that he has reputed associates/su-contractors for executing the fabrication work. He should also give evidence of maintaing a proper quality control system.

7.6 The application should have sufficient number of Technical and Administrative employees for the proper execution of the contract. The applicant should submit a list of these employees stating clearly how these would be involved in this work. The in hose capability of the firm should be brought out clearly indicating the works for which the firm will not need to hire the outside services.

7.7 The applicant’s performance for each work completed in the last 5 years and in hand should be certified by an officer not below the rank of Executive Engineer or equivalent and should be obtained in sealed cover.

8.0 EVALUATION CRITERIA FOR PRE-QUALIFICATION

8.1 For the purpose of pre-qualification, applicant’s will be evaluated in the following manner:

8.1.1 The initial criteria prescribed in para 7.1 to 7.4 above in respect of experience of similar works completed, and financial turn over etc. will first be scrutinize and the applicant’s eligibility for pre-qualification for the work be determined.

8.1.2 The applicant’s qualifying the initial criteria as set out in para 7.1 to 7.4 above will be evaluated for following criteria by scoring method on the basis of details furnished by them. This includes a presentation which the applicant will be required to make before the evolution committee.

(a) Financial strength (From ‘A’) maximum 20 Marks
(b) Experience in similar nature of Work during last five years (From ‘B’)Maximum 20 marks
(c) Performance on works (Form ‘D’) Maximum 05 marks
(d) Personal and Establishment (From “E’ & E-1”) Maximum 02 marks
(e) Details about manufacturing/fabrication facility (Form ‘F’) Maximum 08 Marks
(f) Presentation by Applicant before Evaluation Committee of similar Samples Maximum 45 Marks
Total 100 Marks


To pre-qualify, the applicant must secure at least Sixty percent marks in criteria (a) & (b) above (i.e. Financial Strength & Experience in works of similar nature), Fifty percent marks in each of the criteria and Seventy percent marks in aggregate.


The evaluation committee has the right to ask the applicant to display a sample of the furniture.

Vinoba Bhave University, Hazaribag, however, reserves the right to restrict the list of pre-pualified contractors to any number deemed suitable by it.

8.2 Even though an applicant may satisfy the above requirements, he would be liable to disqualification if he has.
(a) made misleading or false representation or deliberately suppressed the information in the forms, statements and enclosures required in the pre-qualification document.

(b) record of poor performance such as abandoning work, not properly completing the contract, or financial failures/weakness etc.

9.0 FINANCIAL INFORMATION

Applicant should furnish the following financial information :
Annual financial statement for the last five years (in Form ‘A’)

10.0 EXPERIENCE IN WORKS HIGHLIGHTING EXPERIENCE IN SIMILAR WORKS

10.1 Applicant should furnish the following :

(a) List of all works of similar nature successfully completed during the last five years (in from “B”)

(b) List of the projects under execution or awarded (Bin Form “C”)

10.2 Particulars of completed works and performance of the applicant duly authenticated/certified by an officer not below the rank of Executive Engineer or equivalent should be furnished separately for each work completed or in progress (in Form “D”).

11.0 ORGANISATION INFORMATION

Applicant is required to submit the following information in respect of his organization (in Forms “E” & “E-I”).

(a) name & Postal Address, i/c Telephone & Telex Number etc.

(b) Copies of original documents defining the legal status, place of Registration and principal places of business.

(c) Name of Title of Directors and Officers to be concerned with the work, with designation of individuals authorized to act for the organization.

(d) Information on any litigation in which the applicant was involved during the last five years, including any current litigation.

(e) Authorization for employer to seek detailed references.

(f) Number of Technical & Administrative Employees in parent company, subsidiary company and how these would be involved in this work (in Form “E-I”).

12.0 PLANT & EQUIPMENT

Applicant should furnish the list of all plant and equipment installed/available in manufacturing facility including that for fabrication and epoxy painting (in Form “F”). In case the fabrication is done through an outside agency/su-contractor, then indicate the plant & equipment installed with that agency/su-contractor.

13.0 LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL
The applicant should submit the latter of transmittal attached with pre-qualification document.

14.0 TENDER SUBMISSION

After evaluation of pre-qualification applications, a list of qualified agencies will be prepared. Thereafter, pre-qualified agencies only would be invited to submit tenders for the work.

15.0 AWARD CRITERIA

15.1 After receipt of tenders, the tenders shall have to display a sample of item no. (i), (ii), (iii), (iv), (v), (vi), (vii), (viii), (ix), (x) and (xi) in Vinoba Bhave University, Hazaribag premises within 10 days. These samples shall be inspected and evaluated by a Technical Committee/Purchase Committee of the V.B.U.. The samples of selected agency shall remain in place till the supply is completed.

15.2 The employer reserves the right, without being liable for any damages or obligation to inform the applicant, to

(a) amend the scope and value of contract to the applicant.

(b) reject any or all of the applications without assigning any reasons.


15.3 Any effort on the part of the applicant or his agent to exercise influence or to pressurize the employer would result in rejection of his application. Canvassing of any kind is prohibited.


SECTION – III
PREQUALIFICATION INFORMATION
LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL
From:



To,
The Registrar,
Vinoba Bhave University
Hazaribag

Sub. : Submission of pre-qualification application for the work of Supply & Installation of Institutional Furniture for Vinoba Bhave University Hazaribag.

Sir,
Having examined the details given in pre-qualification press Notice and pre-qualification document for the above work, I/We hereby submit the pre-qualification document and other relevant information.

1. I/We hereby certify that all the statements made and information supplied in the enclosed forms A to F and accompanying statement are true and correct.

2. I/We have furnished all information and details necessary for pre-qualification and have no further pertinent information to supply.

3. I/We submit the requisite certified solvency certificate and authorize the Registrar Vinoba Bhave University Hazaribag to approach the Bank issuing the solvency certificate to confirm the correctness thereof. I/We also authorize the Registrar Vinoba Bhave University Hazaribag to approach individuals, employees, firms and corporation to verify our competence and general reputation.

4. I/We submit the following documents in support of our suitability, technical know how and capability for having successfully completed the following works:
(The documents should concern SUPPLY & INSTALLATION OF INSTITUTIONAL FURNITURE ONLY and should include work orders and completion certificates for such work).

5. I/We submit copies of ISO 9001 valid certificates.

Name of work Work Order/Completion Certificate from

Enclosures.

Seal of applicant
Date of submission Signature(s) of Applicant(s)


FORM ‘A’
FINANCIAL INFORMATION

1. Financial Analysis – Details to be furnished duly supported by figures in balance sheet/profit & loss account for the last five years duly certified by the Chartered Accountant, as submitted by the applicant to the income Tax Department (Copies to be attached)
Years







(i) Gross Annual turn over on Institutional Furniture works
(ii) Profit/Loss.

II. Financial arrangements for carrying out the proposed work.
III. The following certificate are enclosed:
(a) PAN and TAN Nos.
(b) Solvency Certificate from Bankers of Applicant
(c) ISO 9001



Signature of Chartered Accountant with seal Signature of Applicant(s)




















FORM ‘B’
DETAILS OF ALL WORKS OF SIMILAR NATURE/CLASS COMPLETED DURING THE LAST FIVE YEARS ENDING LAST DAY OF THE MONTH AUGUST 2007.

Sl. No. Name of work/Project and location Owner or sponsoring organization Cost of work in crores Date of commencement as per contract Stipulated date of completion Actual date of completion Litigation/arbitration pending/in progress with details* Name and address/telephone number of officer to whom reference may be made Remarks
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10








* Indicate gross amount claimed and amount awarded by the Arbitrator

NOTE: 1. FOR STIPULATED DATE OF COMPLETION, SUBMIT COPY OF WORK ORDER
2. FOR ACTUAL DATE OF COMPLETION, SUBMIT COPY OF COMPLETION
CERTIFICATE.
Signature of Applicant (s)



FORM ‘C’
PROJECTS UNDER EXECUTION OR AWARDED

Sl. No. Name of work/Project and location Owner or sponsoring organization Cost of work Date of commencement as per contract Stipulated date of completion Update percentage progress of work Slow progress if any, and reasons thereof Name and address/telephone number of officer to whom reference may be made Remarks
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10









Signature of Applicant (s)

FORM ‘D’
PERFORMANCE REPORT OF WORKS REFERRED TO IN FORM “B” & “C”

1. Name of work/Project & Location
2. Agreement No.
3. Estimated Cost
4. Tendered Cost
5. Date of Start
6. Date of completion

(i) Stipulated date of completion
(ii) Actual date of completion
7. Amount of compensation levied for delayed completion, if any.
8. Amount of reduced rate items, if any.
9. Performance Report
(1) Quality of work Very Good/Good/Fair/Poor
(2) Financial soundness Very Good/Good/Fair/Poor
(3) Technical Proficiency Very Good/Good/Fair/Poor
(4) Resourcefulness Very Good/Good/Fair/Poor
(5) General behavior Very Good/Good/Fair/Poor





(To be signed by Executive Engineer or Equivalent such as Project Manager of the Employer)


















FORM ‘E-1’
STRUCTURE & ORGANIZATION

1. Name & Address of the applicant
2. Telephone No./Telex No./Fax No.
3. Legal status of the applicant (attach copies of original document)
(Defining the legal status)
(a) An Individual
(b) A proprietary firm
(c) A firm in partnership
(d) A limited company or Corporation
4. Particular of registration with various Government bodies (attach attested photocopy).

Organization/Place of registration Registration No.
1.
2.
3.
5. Name and Titles of Directors & Officers with
Designation to be concerned with this work.
6. Designation of individuals authorized to act for the organization.
7. Was the applicant ever required to suspend the works
for a period of more than six months continuously after award of work. If so give the name of the project and reasons of suspension of works.
8. Has the applicant, or any constituent partner in case of partnership firm, ever abandoned the awarded work before it’s completion? If so, give name of the project and reasons for abandonment.
9. Has applicant, or any constituent partner in case of partnership firm, ever been debarred/black listed for tendering in any organization at any time? If so, give details.
10. Has the applicant, or any constituent partner in case of partnership form, ever been convicted by court law? If so, give details.
11. Any other information considered necessary but not included above.



Signature of Applicant (s)





(This should cover the total strength of employees both technical & Administrative including the staff deployed in IN-HOUSE Manufacturing/fabrication facility and also in Quality Control & Painting Departments. In case the fabrication is done through an outside agency, please mention so. However, the staff of outside agency/sub-contractor will not be considered as IN-HOUSE strength.


FORM ‘F’
Details about Manufacturing/Fabrication facility

1. a) Whether applicant’s company/firm has it’s own fabrication facility i.e., own workshop for manufacture of Laboratory Furniture Yes/No
b) If YES, where? Give address, location, telephone number, No. of employees in workshop with names and designation.
c) Mention the machinery/equipment installed in fabrication facility.
d) If No, then does the company have any associate agency/sub-contractor for manufacturing/fabrication the furniture? Yes/No
e) If reply to (C) above is Yes, then please give the address, location, telephone no. and no. of employees of the associate/sub-contracting agency. (Enclose a copy of contract agreement between applicant’s company and the associate sub-contracting agency).
f) Mention the machinery/equipment installed in fabrication facility of the associate/sub-contractor.
g) Indicate the monthly production capability in financial terms. In other words the applicant has to state the approximate cost of laboratory furniture which they can fabricate in one month
2 a) Does the applicant have quality control lab (in-house) to check the quality of goods produced by own production unit or produced by own production unit or produced through associate/sub-contracting agency). Yes/No
b) If YES, indicate the tests conducted to control the quality of goods produced
3 a) Does the applicant have in-house epoxy powder coating facility? Yes/No
b) If NO, what is the arrangement the applicant has for epoxy powder coating?
c) How many stages of pre-treatment does the furniture pass through in the pre-coating stage of powder coating facility? (whether your in-house or otherwise)
d) Do you conduct salt spray Test or a part of the painting process?
e) If YES, for how many hours?
4 a) Indicate the make and source of purchase of following materials used in manufacturing lab furniture? Yes/No
5 a) Does the applicant have the in-house facility(software) for producing furniture drawing from the basic drawing of the Architect? Yes/No
b) Has the applicant supplied fume hoods in any of the works done by him? Yes/No
c) If YES, please give documentary proof.


NOTE:

1. The applicant may attach a separate sheet, if necessary.
2. Vinoba Bhave University or the evaluation committee will have the right to inspect the works or the works of associate/sub-contracting agency of the applicant to verify the information provided.





Signature of Applicant






























Commercial Bid
Item No. ……………….
Price Schedule

1 2 3 4 5
Sl. No. Item description Quantity Rate Amount














Total Bid Price in Rs. ____________________________________________________________

In Words ______________________________________________________________________

Signature of Bidder _____________________________________________________________
.
Name & Address _______________________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________

Date _________________

Discount of any other offers affecting the package price must be mentioned here only.
Discount or any other offers affecting the package price mentioned at any other place of the bid will not be considered.

Note: In case of discrepancy between unit price and total price, the unit price shall prevail.















































Approved by A.I.C.T.E, Ministry of H.R.D, Govt. of India, New Delhi
Approved by Govt. of Jharkhand
Affiliated to Vinoba Bhave University, Hazaribag
Contact Information :

Telephone : 9431018377, 9931781420

FAX : 06534 226529

Postal address :

Mahuvan , P.O. - Karma,
( Via Charadih & Chatarbar )
Thana – Koderma ,
Jhumri Tilaiya , Dist. - Koderma,
Jharkhand – 825409

Electronic mail
General Information : ritkoderma@sify.com , info@ritk.org
Webmaster: info@ritk.org
(c) All Rights Reserved - RIT Koderma
Chairman : Er. Ravindra Kumar # 9431011964
Financial Advisor : Dr. (Smt.) Aarti Mishra # 9334114035
Secretary : Vishal Kumar # 9835342540
Bursur : Saha # 9973707871
Director: Rameshwar Prased # 9431124095
Dy. Director : Prof. S.C.Choudhary # 9334886250
Asst. - Director : Dr. A.P.Burnwal # 9234482754,9835375777
Asst. Director :
H.O.D. ( Mechanical ) : Prof. Nirbhay Ranjan # 9835325434
H.O.D. (Chemistry ) : Prof. Ved Prakash Singh #
H.O.D. ( Physics ) : Prof.
H.O.D. ( Mathematics ) : Prof.
H.O.D. ( Computer Science ) : Prof. Abhishek Kumar #
H.O.D. ( Electronics & Communication ) # Prof.
H.O.D. ( Electrical ) : Prof . Rajiv Ranjan #
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Name of the Programme : Degree Engnieering

Approved Intake : 240

Fees charged (per annum) in Rs. : Rs. 33,800/-

Pass percentage during the last 5 years : Established in 2004
( Class started in February 2005 )

Teacher Student Ratio : 1:11

No. of Faculty Members : 85

Cadre : Number

Professor : 2 Asst. Professor : 4
Lecturer : 79

Faculty Profile :

Qualification : No. of Faculty

Ph.D. : 6
Post Graduate : 17 Under Graduate : 62
Experience of Faculty :

Number of Faculty with

Less than 5 years : 59
5 to 10 years : 08
More than 10 years : 18


Details of individual faculty members :

Full Name Date of
Birth Qualifications Experience
Profession Research
Interest

Dr. V.S. Prasad 02.12.42 B.Sc.Engg., M.Sc.Engg., PH.D. 35 Structures
Prof. Madan Prasad 05.05.42 B.Sc.Engg 33 Electric Machines
Dr.Radhayshyam 21.11.77 B.Sc.,M.Sc., PH.D. 4 Electromagnetics
Prof. N.P. Bandhopadhyay 11.11.50 B.Sc., B.Tech, M.Tech., 31 Instrumentation
Dr. A.P.Burnwal 05.08.63 B.Sc.,M.Sc.,Ph.D. 16 Number Theory
Dr .Arti Mishra 04.10.61 B.A.,M.A.,Ph.D 11 Environmental Science
Dr. Umesh Prasad 23.03.63 B.A., M.A., Ph.D 10 Calculus
Prof. Zahid Zeya 11.02.69 B.Sc.Engg. 2 Manufacturing Process
Prof.Abhishek Kumar 25.05.77 B.Engg Database Mangement
Prof. Rana chokrabourty 10.12.82 B.Engg Neural Networks
Prof. Vishal Kumar 01.01.79 B.E.,M.E. 3 Network Analysis
Prof . K.N.Singh 20.01.60 B.Sc.Engg 18 Measurement Systems
Prof. S.S.Prakash 05.04.65 B.Sc.Engg. 16
Prof. Rajan Kumar 04.11.60 B.Sc.Engg. 16 F.M. Stereo
Prof. Sanjay Kumar 25.03.83 B.Sc.,M.Sc.(Elec) 1 Machine Design
Prof. Sanjeev Kumar 26.03.82 B.Sc. Engg.
Prof. Krishna Murari 27.02.83 B.Sc. Engg. ODBC
Prof. Rakesh Kumar 09.10.78 B.Engg. Microprocessor
Prof. Tushar Kumar 06.11.81 B.Sc. Engg. 2 Java
Prof. Ranjan Kumar 17.12.82 B.Sc. Engg.
Prof. Shashank Shekhar 12.07.84 B.Tech. Power System
Prof. Ajay Kumar 01.03.69 B.Engg. Digital Electronics
Prof. Rajesh Chandra 22.06.73 A.M.I.E. 2 Power Electronics
Prof. Kr.VikramGaurav 19.09.80 B.Sc. Engg.
Prof. R. A. Ranjan 21.12.59 B.Sc. Engg. 15 Instrumentation
Prof. K.K.Jha 21.01.46 B.Sc.Engg 29 Vibration Analysis
Prof. Prabhat Kumar 05.12.78 B.Sc.,M.Sc.(Elec) Elctricity
Prof. Ved Prakash 15.02.78 B.Sc.,M.Sc. Organic Chemistry
Prof. Tanu Mani 06.11.80 B.Sc.,M.Sc. Optics
Prof. Aparna Mukhrjee 06.04.71 B.Sc.,M.Sc.,M.Phil Inorganic Chemistry
Prof. Murari Prasad 04.02.46 B.Sc.Engg 34 Graphics
Prof. Prabhat Ranjan 05.05.81 B.Engg 1
Prof. Rajnish Kumar 01.03.77 B.Sc.Engg Transmission
Prof. R.P.Srivastava 01.01.45 B.Sc.Engg 37 System design
Prof. Abhishek Kumar 26.02.79 B.Sc.Engg Traction
Prof. R.R.Sinha 03.08.54 A.M.I.E. 27
Prof. R.R.Gupta 02.07.67 B.Sc.,M.Sc.
Prof. Abhilasha Sinha 14.02.80 B.Sc.,M.Sc. Chemical Bonding
Prof. Ajay Kumar 25.02.82 B.Sc. Engg. Oracle
Prof. Paras Kumar 25.09.82 B.Sc. Engg. D B M S
Prof. D. Modi 19.6.41 B.Sc.Engg 28
Prof . Raj Rajiv Kant 16.10.62 B.Sc.Engg 4 Power Electronics
Dr. Anant Kumar 09.09.68 B.Sc.,M.Sc., PH.D.
Prof. Om Prakash 06.01.77 B.Sc.,M.Sc. Calculus
Prof. Kr. Vaibhav 18.12.77 B.Engg.
Prof. Vijay Kumar 01.03.79 B.A.,M.A.
Prof. Sanjay Pandey 20.02.68 B.Sc.Engg. Graphics
Prof . Nirbhay Ranjan 25.06.81 B.Engg.
Prof. Ravi Bhushan 01.12.77 B.Sc. Engg.
Prof.(Er.)Alok Kumar 30.12.73 B.Engg. 9 Marine Engines
Prof. Anjani Kr. Singh 24.11.80 B.Engg. 12
Prof. S.Prakash 31.12.72 B.Sc.,M.Sc.
Prof . Gautam Kumar 04.09.79 B.Engg. 1 Advanced Microprocessor
Prof . Rajendra Kumar 21.05.75 B.Sc.Engg. 12 Industrial Management
Prof. B.B.Bilochan 03.12.83 B.Tech. Stress Analysis
Prof. Barun K. Basu 30.04.65 B.Sc. Engg. 13
Prof. Chnadra Deo Prasad 10.02.74 B.Sc. Engg., M. Sc. Engg. 10 Operating System
Prof. P .Prashar 26.6.84 B.Tech. 2 Power Electronics
Prof. Arbind Kumar 22.03.60 B.Sc. Engg. 15
Prof. Ranjan Kumar 15.01.80 B.Sc. Engg. E.M.F.T.
Prof. C.D. Pandey 05.09.52 B.Sc.Engg 32 Electric Machines
Prof. Hare Krishna 08.04.78 B.Sc. Engg. Oracle
Prof. Mithilesh Kuamr 12.12.76 B.Sc.,M.Sc. Applied Physics
Prof. Pankaj Kumar 05.02.81 B.Sc.Engg
Prof. Sandeep Kumar 03.11.83 B.Engg. Analog Electronics
Prof. Santosh Kr. Sharma 05.11.50 B.Sc.Engg. I C Engines
Prof. Santosh Kumar 23.09.83 B.Sc. Engg.
Prof. Saroj Kumar 15.10.76 B.C.A.,M.C.A 6 System software
Prof. Vinod Kr. Singh 26.08.76 B.Sc.,M.Sc.
Prof. Y.P.Singh 25.01.79 B.Sc.Engg Disaster Management
Prof.Santosh Kr. Sinha 29.02.78 B.A.,M.A. Linguistics
Prof. Amar Kant Jha 18.04.57 B.Sc. Engg. 20
Prof. Rajiv Ranjan 18.02.81 B.Engg.
Prof. Sandeep Kumar 03.11.83 B.Engg.
Prof. Ashok Pandey 23.02.57 B.Sc. Engg. Automoble Engg.
Prof. Nitesh Kumar 17.07.79 B.Engg.
Prof.Santosh Kr. Sharma 05.11.50 B.Sc. Engg.
Prof. Pradip Kr Sinha 30.04.48 B.Sc. Engg.
Prof. Brij Nandan Prasad 01.07.44 B.Sc. Engg. 28 Manufacturing Process
Prof. K P Yadav 03.01.36 B.Sc. Engg. 33
Prof. K C Yadav 06.09.40 B.Sc. Engg. 30 Production Management
Prof. Ifti Khan Ali 01.08.39 B.Sc. Engg. 30 ISO Standardization
Prof. Abhishek Saha 17.07.79 B.Sc. Engg.
Prof. O.R.Jaiswal 12.04.58 B.Sc. Engg. 18
Prof. Sandeep Kumar 19.2.75
B.Engg. 3
Prof. Abhishek Anand 01.02.82 B.Engg.
Prof. Shashi Shekhar 01.03.83 B.Engg.
Prof. Neeraj Kumar 01.03.76 B.Engg.
Prof.Kartik Subramanian 17.09.72 B.Engg. 3 Acoustics


Industrial Consultancy, Research and Development (during the past 5 years):

College was established in 2004

Amount of Industrial Consultancy earned (in lakhs of Rupees)
:
No. of sponsored research projects completed
:
No. of patents produced :

No. of sponsored research projects in progress
:
No. of papers published in International journals
:
No. of papers published in National journals
:
No. of papers presented in International Conferences / Seminars
:
No. of papers presented in National Conferences / Seminars
: 4
No. of International Conferences conducted
:
No. of National Conferences conducted
:
No. of Training Programmes / Short Term Courses conducted



Placement Record for the previous year : At present only 1st & 2nd year
Students. Admission to 3rd year
just started.


No. of Companies who visited the Campus
: 5
Names and Details of companies who visited the campus
along with No. of Students placed
: Going on.
No. of Students placed through campus recruitment
: Going on.
Maximum salary drawn (in Rs.)
:
Average salary drawn (in Rs.)
:

Budget Allocation for the Programme (in Rs.) : Self Financing Institute

Recurring :
Non Recurring :

New initiatives and future vision, if any : To actively pursue Research and Development activities to inculcate spirit of enquiry among faculties and students.




Note: Suppression and/or misrepresentation of information would attract appropriate penal action.

The Institution offers the following four year degree courses at UG level leading to the award of B.Tech. degree from the Vinoba Bhave University, Hazaribag.

B.Tech. Computer Science and Engg.

B.Tech. Electronics and Communication Engg.

B.Tech. Electrical and Electronics Engg.

B.Tech. Mechanical Engg.

RECOGNITION
All India Council for Technical Education, (AICTE) New Delhi accorded permission to the above courses and recognized by the Government of Jharkhand and affiliated to the Vinoba Bhave University, Hazaribag.


ELIGIBILITY FOR ADMISSION
All Candidates have must have scored minimun 50 % in Physics, Chemistry,
Mathematics with English as a compulsory subject.







At the Crossroads of your career we have some things to share!!!

Our Vision
To become a trendsetter in evolving technical education reflecting India ethos and values.

Our Mission
To live up to your highest vision of yourself no matter what the circumstances you might encounter. An exalted view of self-esteem is a man's most admirable quality.
ACADEMIC COMPLEX:
The multi- storeyed academic complex is a multi storied building
Housing class rooms, offices, laboratories, spread over 118000 sq.ft.

LIBRARY:
The library comprises of latest reference books and text books.
It has dedicated computers for electronic journals. Large number
of national and international magazines as well as technical books
along with books for personality development and holistic
education is made available to students. There are more the 10000
volumes and 30journals.
COMPUTER CENTRE:
The computer centre has 240 numbers of state of art Intel
Pentium 4 processors. The computers are equipped with Local
Area Network (LAN) and administered by Server. Licensed software
comprising of operating system software such as Microsoft Windows
Xp and Suse Linux and application software such as MS office 2003,
Lotus Smart Suit, C , C++, Unix, Fortran, Autocad, Pspice, Matlab
are available for students to sharpen their skills.


HOSTEL FACILITY:
There are 4 hostel available, three for boys, and one for ladies.
All hostel are equipped with excellent mess facilities which provide
homely food and atmosphere. The Hostel facility is compulsory for Girls.
FEE STRUCTURE:
All the fee are charged as per norms of Govt. of Jharkhand and AICTE.
The fee structure is subject to revision by the Fee Fixation Committee.
DRESS CODE:
All the students have to wear meticulous dress code for Class and Laboratory
to give the students a sense of brotherhood and equality, which is
compulsory of all ladies and gentlemen aspiring to become world-class
engineers.
Laboratories


Fluid Mechanics



Machine Shop




Digital Electronics




Microprocessor Lab




Analog Electronics



Strength of Material Lab



Physics Lab

To implement its mission the Engineering programs at R.I.T. Koderma provide the best qualities of teaching, scholarship and professional practice. The Institute is committed to facilitate the education of both engineering undergraduate and graduate students for their entrance in, and significant contribution to, the engineering profession. Our students are actively engaged and work in collaboration with faculty and staff to acquire and expand knowledge. The objectives for our mission are further elaborated under “Institute Educational Objectives.”

Institute Educational Objectives
The goals of the Institute are as follows:
1. To provide the best of current practice, theory, research and intellectual study in the humanities to prepare students for challenging careers in engineering, strengthen relationships to their communities and contribute ethically and productively to society;

2. To educate students who, actively engaged with faculty and staff, work in collaboration to acquire and expand knowledge;

3. To provide service to the profession, the state of Jharkhand, the country and to the world-wide development of engineering.

A critical focus of the education, research and service programs with the Department is to afford undergraduates of varying backgrounds and abilities every opportunity for achieving success in the engineering professions.



TRAINING AND PLACEMENT
The Training & Placement section endeavors to provide career planning and job seeking assistance to students. It has is a full-fledged Training & Placement Section with a Professor-in-charge of it.
T&P ACTIVITIES
In addition to facilitating vacation training and the T&P section organizes programmes on campus interviews like group discussions case studies, mock interviews etc. some of the programmes organized are:
Training Programme on "Personality development communication skills"
Training Programme on "Interpersonal & Communication skills"
An insight into job interviews
Programme on "Technology Management"
Programme on "Personal Effectiveness for Girl students"
Expert lectures on "Making a successful career" and "Tips for job interviews"

Major Companies invited for T & P:
Tata Cummins Ltd, Nutech Auto Pvt. Ltd., TRF Ltd., ACC Limited, Asea Brown Boveri Limited, Bharat Earth Movers Limited, Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd., Bharat Yantra Nigam Limited, Ballarpur Industries Ltd., Castrol India Ltd., C-DOT, Chipologic India (P) Ltd., Indian Petrochemicals Corporation Limited, Infoquest Systems Pvt. Ltd., Kaverner Cementation India Ltd., Kirloskar Electric Company Limited, Kirloskar Oil Engines Ltd., Lakshmi Machine Works Ltd., Lucent Technologies, Motorola Electronics India Ltd., Mahindra British Telecom Limited, Mahindra & Mahindar Ltd., Megasoft Ltd., Microland Ltd., Nagarjuna Fertilizers & Chemicals Ltd., NIIT, Tecumseh Products India Ltd., Transportation Planning Group, Videsh Sanchar Nigam Limited, VST Natural Products Ltd.,
The T & P Section takes care of the following key activities for the students:
Training Programmes for Career Planning & Development, Job Interviews and Total Personality Development.
Alumni Association Activities.
Industrial contacts and image building activities on behalf of the College.
Educational Tours to Industries & Projects.
Job Placement through campus interviews - Job placement through campus interviews is the most important activity. An average of about 200 students may get jobs through campus interviews each year in premier industries and organizations of our country.
Practical Training during vacations - Summer training in industries (4 to 6 weeks duration) and visits to industries are arranged.
Career Counseling and guidance - Training & Placement Section gives career counseling & guidance and conducts training programmes for career planning, job interviews & total personality development.
Career Information Centre - The Training & Placement Section has an Information Centre for higher studies, job opportunities, practical training etc.
CAREERS LAB
A careers lab is being established for career guidance to the students with the following facilities:
Resource library of career field and employer literature
On-line personality profiling
Psychometric analysis and
Self-development modules.

Jharkhand is the 28th state of the Indian Union. This new state, Jharkhand formerly a part of Bihar state, was formed on November 15th, 2000 with Ranchi as its capital. Today Jharkhand is known as one the most industrialized regions of the country. Besides being a hub of industrial activities, the state of Jharkhand is also a popular educational destination in the country. Over the years, presence of highly-prestigious centers of learning including Birla Institute of Technologyand Indian Scool of Mines, has earned huge laurels to the state for their cutting-edge programmes in wide-ranging disciplines.


Administration
NAME DESIGNATION TELEPHONE FAX
Sri Himbachan Sahoo Director (Higher Education) 0651-2400771 0651-2400771
Sri Manikant Azad Director (Secondary Education) 0651-2400973 0651-2400858
Sri S. K. Sharma Director (Primary Education) 0651-2441049 0651-2440388
Sri Harendra Prasad Singh Additional Director (Secondary Education) 0651-2400878

Er. Alok Kumar # 09304313201 said...

Er.Alokkumar-Resume






TO WHOM SO EVER IT MAY CONCERN





This is to certify that Prof. Alok Kumar ( Assistant Professor ),

S/o Sri C .B. Singh is a Permanent faculty & Acting H.O.D. in our Mechanical Department. He is an asset for our organization with his deep technical knowledge , experiences , dedication , courage and performances . He has exceptional versatility with the ability to manage multiple tasks in a pressured environment.







We wish him all success in his life.







With Regards ,



Prof.A.P. Choudhry

Director,

R.I.T.-Koderma































Covering Letter





Respected Sir,


I am interested to be part of your Highly esteem organization.


My resume is attached for your review.

I am confident that my skills and past experiences would make great contributions to your esteem organization.

I am confident that I will perform much better than what you expected from my side.

I will be an asset for your organization with my deep technical knowledge, experiences, dedication, courage and performances.

I am well-mannered, energetic, bold, smart, straightforward, sincere & bindas person.

Therefore I would appreciate the opportunity to discuss my qualifications for this position in greater detail with you in person at your earliest convenience.

Thank you for your consideration and I look forward to hearing from you.



Looking forward for a positive response.

Expecting an early reply from your side,



Yours sincerely,




Er. alok kumar



















CURRICULUM VITAE

Name
:
Alok Kumar

Contact No.
:
09304313201

Father's Name
:
Sri C. B. Singh [Retd. Officer, B.S.F.]

Date of Birth
:
30 – 12 - 1973

Nationality
:
Indian

Permanent Address
:
S/o Dr. (Smt.) Bimla Singh,

M.I.G.H. - 22, A. P. Colony,

Near Housing Board Office,

Gaya, Bihar. Pin - 823 001.

Ph. # 0631- 2430260

Postal Address
:
C/o Smt. Reena Singh,

202, Old Patliputra Colony,

Patna - 800 013.

Mob# 09334645941

Hobbies
:
Sports, Adventure, Reading



Computer Proficiency
:
Ms-Office, Internet, Autocad, Autolisp, Advance Modeling Extension.





Educational Qualifications
:


Degree
Board/ University
Yr. of Passing
Division
% of Marks

P.G.D.S.E.M.
Vishakhapatnam Maritime Society,

Vishakhapatnam, (A.P.)
1999
1st
74%

B.E. (Mechanical)
Bangalore University, Bangalore
1997
1st
61%

I. Sc.
B.I.E.C., Patna
1991
1st
76%

Matriculation
B.S.S.E.B., Patna
1989
1st
70%



















































































































Experience:



* Working as a Assistant Professor (Mechanical Engineering) in

“ Ram Govind Institute of Technology, Koderma (Jharkhand) ”

(Approved & Recognized by A.I.C.T.E., New Delhi & Govt. of Jharkhand ; Affiliated to Vinoba Bhave University, Hazaribagh -Jharkhand).



* Worked as a Lecturer (Engine & Machinery) in "Sea world Academy of Marine Technology ", West Boring Canal Road, Patna.



* Worked as a Lecturer (Automobile Engineering) in "Indian Institute of Engineering",East Boring-Canal Road, Patna –1. (Approved by I.M.I.,Chennai)



* Worked as a Sr. Instructor in "Bharat Institute of Aeronautics", Airport Road, Patna –14 (Aircraft Maintenance Engineering, Approved by D.G.C.A.,

New Delhi).



* Worked as an Instructor for the trade 'Turner' & 'Fitter' in "Acharya I.T.I.",Bangalore–29.



* Worked as a Service Advisor in "Guinea Motors (Pvt.) Ltd.", Patna. (A Dealer of Tata - Motors).



* Worked as a Sr. Engineer- Mechanical in "Western India Shipyard Ltd.", Mormugao Harbour, Goa (The largest private Shipyard in India).



Job Description: Overall In charge of Workshop & Mechanical on Board Activities. (Responsibilities also include Man-Management, Customer-Care, Planning & Completion of Jobs within specified time & Also, to effectively communicate & work with the team including other Engineers, Supervisors, Workers, Sub-contractors & Ship-Staff to complete the job satisfactory.





Extra Curricular Activities



· Working as a Freelance-Journalist & Media Consultant ( Ex. Reporter: - 'Anupam Uphaar ' Monthly -Youth - Magazine) .



· Working as a Support - Coordinator in "Dreams State Employment & Welfare Society (N.G.O.) ",



· President -- ' Shaktishali ' Yuva – Sena ( Youth – Brigade ) - A Strong Platform of Youth & Intellectual Society .



* Active Member - “ National Human Right Foundation "



(National President -- Dr. Jaganaath Mishra Ex. C.M., Bihar).




CAREER SUMMARY



Accomplished educator with demonstrated ability to teach, motivate, and direct students while maintaining their high interest and achievement. Articulate communicator able to effectively interact with diverse populations of students at

a variety of academic levels. Consistently maintain excellent relations with students, parents, faculty, and administrators. Self - motivated with strong planning, organizational and leadership skills.



Summary of Qualifications:

6 years Technical teaching / training experience.
3.5 years experience in project – management of technical and non - technical projects.
Proficient use of MS Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Access.
Excellent communication, interpersonal, organizational and leadership skills.
Exceptional versatility with the ability to manage multiple tasks in a pressured environment.
Dedication and drive as a hard-working individual.


SPECIAL ACHIEVEMENTS:

Facilitated in developing clear and consistent expectation and rules.
Assisted in providing supportive, social and economical environment for students by communicating with them in a positive manner.
Provided training to new employees on technical issues.
Coordinate assessment, registration, and testing activities for all incoming students.
Provide individual and group counseling with primary focus on self-esteem enhancement.
In Director's absence, hold responsibility for handling disciplinary problems.
Assisted course tutors in the preparation of lessons for individual tutoring sessions.
Co-coordinated presentations and demonstrations as part of the teaching curriculum.
Developed and implemented programs to encourage student participation.
Supervised others in the maintenance and enforcement of university policies.
Participated in leadership training and community building workshops.
Worked with students in various aspects of career exploration and testing, including completion of career interest inventories, Strong-Campbell testing, resume design, and interview skills training.
Declaration:



I hereby affirm that the information is accurate and true to the best of

My knowledge & belief.





( Er. Alok Kumar )






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By Alok Kumar 13:06 | 27/Apr/2008 | 3 Comment(s)

















The other side of the coin...


Most of my colleagues asking me “how u can be smiling always (internally they feel that “this guy don’t have any problems???)”…the answer from me is “again a simple smile only”...



Once
if I look back into my life, which I spent until 3 years back is really
a different world...so many sleepless nights…no money to take food
twice in a day. Thinking hundreds of times before spending one rupee....oh my god …no ending to the list…



Like
many of the Indians me also come from a poor family who are living
under below poverty line…parents don’t have a single cent of land and
house to live. They only depends up on their hard work …they will go
for daily wages in the field. If they work through out the day they’ll
get 25 Rs only….friends I’m not talking about the life before
independence..i’m talking about the life which I spent until 3 years
back..



But my parents having one strong desire ...”at least they should give better life to their son”..



Up to 10th standard I never think about our situation…may be bocoz of my age factor or may be not mature enough to think about family situations..
After that I’ve started thinking ..”how they r working hard..”..can any
body believe that “until 3 years back we didn’t have our own
house..tv…at least power in the house where we r staying…the house we
were staying is a shed where owners usually tied their cattle(buffalos,
cows, oxes..etc)..there was no proper roof. if there was raining, we
all will move to one corner and wait until rain stops.. In
the rainy season it was really like a mess. The dung which the catle
releases and the grass which crushed under the legs produce un-bearable
smell.. but we are not in a position to afford rent for a better hosue, that’s why we spent there only..



Once
I realized these situations, I started concentrating more on studies…I
got a rank in engineering. Few people helped me financially in those
four years…finally I got job in a big MNC with a good salary..



After
getting job..in these 3 years i’ve given one beautiful house to my
parents, arranged all kinds of home appliances….and even they r not in
a position to believe how the life changed with in these three years…



Now
I’m well settled and getting more than 40K per month..but for me, those
25 Rs which my father was getting for his daily wage really valuable
than which I’m getting right now…



What
I learnt from my life is “after every sunset there is a sunrise”.. Hope
for the future…that hope gives u more energy to move towards your
destination...



Sorry friends…it is somuch boring na... ???????








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“We
do not remember days, we remember moments. The richness of life lies in
memories we have forgotten, because the true art of memory is the art
of attention.”





“Memory is the library/storage of the mind”




Memory
is a function of the brain: the ability to retain information. Memory
is much studied by cognitive psychology and neuroscience. There are
multiple types of classifications for memory based on duration, nature
and retrieval of perceived items. The terms "storage" and "memory" may
also refer to the parts of a digital computer that retain physical
state (data) for some interval of time, possibly even after electrical
power to the computer is turned off. Where both terms are in use,
"memory" is generally used for the faster forms, and "storage" for the
slower forms.



Memory is a man's real possession...In nothing else is he rich, in nothing else is he poor.


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My Favourite Song :-





Chale Jaise Hawayein Sanan Sanan
Udhe Jaise Parinde Gagan Gagan
Jaaye Thithiliyaan Jaise Chaman Chaman
Yoon Hi Ghumoon Main Bhi Magan Magan

Main Deewani Dil Ki Rani Gham Se Anjaani
Kab Darti Hoon Woh Karti Hoon Jo Hai Taani

Chale Jaise Hawayein Sanan Sanan
Udhe Jaise Parinde Gagan Gagan

Waz Up?
Say Wat?

Koi Rokhe Koi Aaye
Jitna Bhi Mujhko Samjhaaye
Maina Sunoongi Kabhi
Apni Hi Dhun Main Rehti Hoon
Main Pagli Hoon Main Ziddi Hoon
Kehte Hai Yeh To Sabhi
Koi Nahin Jaana Ke
Armaan Kya Hai Mera

Chale Jaise Hawayein Sanan Sanan
Udhe Jaise Parinde Gagan Gagan
Jaaye Thithiliyaan Jaise Chaman Chaman
Yoon Hi Ghumoon Main Bhi Magan Magan

Main Deewani Dil Ki Rani Gham Se Anjaani
Kab Darti Hoon Woh Karti Hoon Jo Hai Taani

Chale Jaise Hawayein Sanan Sanan
Udhe Jaise Parinde Gagan Gagan

Aaye Hasina Yeh To Aaye
Mujhko Dikhane Apni Adhaye
Main Bhi Kuch Kam Nahin...Yeah
Aankhon Mein Aankhen Jo Daalu
Dil Na Churalu Hosh Churalu
Koi Ho Kitna Haseen
Mera Ho Gaya Woh
Jo Ek Baar Mujhse Mila

Chale Jaise Hawayein Sanan Sanan
Udhe Kaise Parinde Gagan Gagan
Jaaye Bhawaren Jaise Chaman Chaman
Yoon Hi Ghumoon Main Bhi Magan Magan

Main Deewana Main Anjaana Gham Se Begaana
Hoon Awaara Lekin Pyaara Sab Ne Maana

Chale Jaise Hawayein Sanan Sanan
Udhe Jaise Parinde Gagan Gagan
Jaaye Bhawaren Jaise Chaman Chaman
Yoon Hi Ghumoon Main Bhi Magan Magan

Chale Jaise Hawayein Sanan Sanan
Udhe Jaise Parinde Gagan Gagan




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Hi friends,

Today i was thinking about the day i joined the rediffiland and realised how, so many months have passed
.In all these months i have got so many nice friends.Some of them are
with me and some have left me.I always keep in mind not to say any
harsh words to anybody or to hurt anybody intentionally.but still just
like everybody i am also human being and life is not a bed of roses
even for me.so many expectations from parents,friends,relatives,society
and above all from myself and when we are unable to fulfil expectations
it sometimes results in tensions,pains and frustration.so today i would
like to say sorry to all my friends who are with me and who have left
me. if i have hurt you in any way or said anything wrong due to my
mood.please forgive me.i am really really sorry.but don’t keep any hard
feelings.Tell me,communicate with me ,but don’t forget me.


~Er. Alok Kumar
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Break your silence




Hundred words do not give pain

But a special persons silence

Makes more tears in our heart …







This
is a big true which I have experienced myself. I had a very special
friend who was very much close to my heart we shared our feelings to
each other he was really a gift for me and I loved him a lot …..



But one day every thing went wrong we fought with
each other …… at the starting I didn’t took it very much seriously ….
But as the days passed I understood that a big gap was formed between
us when ever our eyes met with each other it spoke every thing but our lips remained silent for 8 months ….

Day before yesterday breaking all the barriers formed between us we talked to each other. more than words for some times tears spoke for us …….we talked every thing which we wished for . while sitting beside him I felt a feeling which I have never felt before so I cant give that feeling a particular name …..





Time was running so fast ……. I wished if I had more time to spent with him , but we both was too late as it was the last day in our great school as we had finished our 12th board exam successfully



At last while we were going to leave he asked to me “will you miss me???? With out waiting for my answer he continued I will surely miss you and I hate to do so …..

“ will you stay with me , close to me …..Till my death ” I think it’s the only way I can stop missing you ….. Saying this he went ….



First I didn’t understood what he meant by saying so but when I understood it was too late …. As he already left the school..



But no problem if God wish that we should be always together through out the life he

[god] will make us meet again …..





so ……. What I just want to say is “ IF YOU KEEP WATING FOR THE RIGHT TIME TO BEGIN YOU MAY NEVER BEGIN ….. BEGIN FROM WHERE YOU ARE,WITH WHAT YOU ARE AND WITH WHAT YOU HAVE …..





according to AIRTELL “ BARRIERS BREAK IF PEOPLE TALK ”





SO IF YOUR LIPS ARE SILENT TO SOME ONE COMEON GO AND BREAK IT …

BECAUSE …….

WHEN SOME THING VALUABLE IS NEAR US

WE WONT CARE FOR IT …..

BUT WHEN WEMISS THAT PRECIOUS THING

WE START FEELING FOR IT …….

THAT’S LIFE……..

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90/10 Principle

The 90/10 Principle. Please
read when you're free. This is true and can apply to us .... Have you
read this before? Discover the 90/10 Principle. It will change your/our
life (at least the way you react to situations).

What is this
principle? 10% of life is made up of what happens to you. 90% of life
is decided by how you react. What does this mean?

We really have
no control over 10% of what happens to us. We cannot stop the car from
breaking down. The plane will be late arriving, which throws our whole
schedule off. A driver may cut us off in traffic. We have no control
over this 10%.

The other 90% is different. You determine the
other 90%. How? By your reaction. You cannot control a red light, but
you can control your reaction. Don't let people fool you; You can
control how you react.

Let's use an example. You are eating
breakfast with your family. Your daughter knocks over a cup of coffee
onto your business shirt. You have no control over what just what
happened.

What happens when the next will be determined by how
you react. You curse. You harshly scold your daughter for knocking the
cup over. She breaks down in tears. After scolding her, you turn to
your spouse and criticize her for placing the cup too close to the edge
of the table. A short verbal battle follows. You storm upstairs and
change your shirt. Back downstairs, you find your daughter has been too
busy crying to finish breakfast and get ready for school. She misses
the bus. Your spouse must leave immediately for work. You rush to the
car and drive your daughter to school. Because you are late, you drive
40 miles an hour in a 30 mph speed limit. After a 15-minute delay and
throwing $60 traffic fine away, you arrive at school. Your daughter
runs into the building without saying goodbye. After arriving at the
office 20 minutes late, you find you forgot your briefcase. Your day
has started terrible. As it continues, it seems to get worse and worse.
You look forward to coming home. When you arrive home, you find small
wedge in your relationship with your spouse and daughter. Why? Because
of how you reacted in the morning.

Why did you have a bad day?
A) Did the coffee cause it? B) Did your daughter cause it? C) Did the policeman cause it? D) Did you cause it?

The answer is D.

You had no control over what happened with the coffee. How you reacted in those 5 seconds is what caused your bad day.

Here is what could have and should have happened.

Coffee
splashes over you. Your daughter is about to cry. You gently say, "It's
ok honey, you just need to be more careful next time". Grabbing a towel
you rush upstairs. After grabbing a new shirt and your briefcase, you
come back down in time to look through the window and see your child
getting on the bus. She turns and waves. You arrive 5 minutes early and
cheerfully greet the staff. Your boss comments on how good the day you
are having.

Notice the difference?
Two different scenarios. Both started the same. Both ended different. Why?

Because
of how you REACTED. You really do not have any control over 10% of what
happens. The other 90% was determined by your reaction. Here are some
ways to apply the 90/10 principle.
If someone says something
negative about you, don't be a sponge! Let the attack roll off like
water on glass. You don't have to let the negative comment affect you!
React properly and it will not ruin your day. A wrong reaction could
result in losing a friend, being fired, getting stressed out etc.

How
do you react if someone cuts you off in traffic? Do you lose you
temper? Pound on the steering wheel? A friend of mine had the steering
wheel fall off. Do you curse? Does your blood pressure skyrocket? Do
you try and bump them? WHO CARES if you arrive ten seconds later at
work? Why let the cars ruin your drive?
Remember the 90/10
principle, and do not worry about it. You are told you lost your job.
Why lose sleep and get irritated? It will work out. Use your worrying
energy and time into finding another job.

The plane is late; it
is going to mangle your schedule for the day. Why take out your
frustration on the flight attendant? She has no control over what is
going on. Use your time to study, get to know the other passenger. Why
get stressed out? It will just make things worse.
Now you know the 90/10 principle. Apply it and you will be amazed at the results. You will lose nothing if you try it.

The 90/10 principle is incredible. Very few know and apply this principle.

The result?

Millions
of people are suffering from undeserved stress, trials, problems and
heartache. There never seem to be a success in life.

Bad days follow bad days. Terrible things seem to be constantly happening.

There is constant stress, lack of joy, and broken relationships.

Worry consumes time.
Anger breaks friendships and life seems dreary and is not enjoyed to the fullest.

Friends are lost.
Life is a bore and often seems cruel.

Does this describe you?
If so, do not be discouraged .. You can be different! Understand and apply the 90/10 principle. It will change your life.

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--My
Best Friend--





My God
has blessed mewith a wonderful friend.
He’ll be there for me

when it seems like the end.





He
keeps all my secrets
and leads me away from all bad.
He is, most
definitely,
the best friend I’ve had.





I’m
never alone,
we’re always together,
And I feel sure
that we’ll
be friends forever.





He’s
never hurt me;
he’s never made me sad,
And I know for sure
he’s
the best friend I’ve had.





This
man is not normal,
he is not like us.
For he is my Savior,
his
name is Jesus.


Thanks
Giving










Thanksgiving is a moment to remember
How little we can do
to move the stars.
All we are and have we must surrender,
Nor is
Earth less inscrutable than Mars.
Knowing this, we know the need for
friends
Sharing both our pleasures and our pain,
Giving, though it
may not serve their ends,
In joy the love that will our love
sustain.
Very much like water in a lake,
In sum we serve as mirrors
to the sky.
No one alone can heaven's picture take.
Given friends,
we know the reason why.
















The
Forever Friend






On my
own, but mostly the savannah,
Where the tumbleweeds fade away and
die,
Before the glassy sun burns a summer of crystals,
The
glistering waters of the high seas
Of which was so far a place as of
where vultures roam.
I looked around but you weren't anywhere...
You
used to say that you would never die,
But I took the wrong meaning into
my heart.
Now the sea is wild with despair,
Deep blue like a prairie
of flowers blue,
Where all children of God rest in eternal peace.
I
saw you at the end,
You and I, brother and sister of nature,
Brother
and sister of heaven and earth,
Your usually calm and heavenly eyes
full of tears,
Bitterly falling one after one into a river,
Then the
river of life turned red in blood.
My eyes watched in horror.
Slowly
and deadly your heart became poisoned,
You disappeared without saying
good-bye,
Not a word came out of your mouth.
You became like
desolation in its grave.
When once the skies were a realm of
stars
And the sun shone brightly in summer skies,
You were there to
share the calmness;
But now I stand here in midst of the tall
grass
And only the savannah remains.






I
Can See The Pain








I still
see your face in my dreams
It hurts and it doesn't help at all
I
still want you in my life as crazy as that seems
I want you to catch me
when I fall





I still
remember the first time we met
There was something so different about
you
Your friendship was something I wanted to get
That smile when
you said hi to me was so new





Out of
no where you called me on the phone
I wanted to sit there and talk to
you forever
You were so new, so crazy and unknown
I just knew that
our friendship would never sever





Two
years and we are barely holding it together
What happened to the way
this all used to be
I never wanted you out of my like ever
I sat
there for a long time pretending not to see





We
decided to go out and make it all all right
It didn't work out of
course we knew it couldn't
We couldn't even really stand each others
sight
It shouldn't end this way but it did and I
shouldn't





I miss
you and everything you were to me
Ten years from now we will look back
on it all
We will be older and finally be able to see
That love will
stand the test of time and never fall






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Death- A Funny Item


Beautiful Explanation of Death
~DEATH~ WHAT A WONDERFUL WAY TO EXPLAIN IT.. A sick man turned to his doctor as he was preparing toLeave the examination room and said, 'Doctor, I am afraid to die. Tell me what lies on the other side.' Very quietly, the doctor said, 'I don't know.' 'You don't know? You, a Christian man, Do not know what is on the other side?' The doctor was holding the handle of the door; On the other side came a sound of scratching and whining, And as he opened the door, a dog sprang into the room And leaped on him with an eager show of gladness. Turning to the patient, the doctor said, 'Did you notice my dog? He's never been in this room before. He didn't know what was inside. He knew nothing except that his master was here, And when the door opened, he sprang in without fear. I know little of what is on the other side of death, But I do know one thing... I know my Master is there and that is enough.'

May today there be peace within you. May you trust God that you are exactly Where you are meant to be. I believe that friends are quiet angels Who lift us to our feet when our wings Have trouble remembering how to fly. Just pass this on to your loved ones if you like this.

Hari Om Tatsat.


Prof. ( Er. ) Alok Kumar

Sr.Lecturer-Mechanical Engineering,

Ramgovind Institute of Technology,

Koderma,Jharkhand.




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By Alok Kumar 13:00 | 6/Apr/2008 | 0 Comment(s)








BiharUrban Development




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By Alok Kumar 19:50 | 5/Apr/2008 | 2 Comment(s)









hi,

Mere Dilse nikle shabd jo sirf aapke liye hai.




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About NIT Jamshedpur

---To make a continuous and significant contribution towards building of qualified manpower in the relevant areas of engineering and science disciplines for the betterment and welfare of mankind.-----------------------------------------------------------------------------

National Institute of Technology at Jamshedpur which was born as Regional Institute of Technology, Jamshedpur, was established by the Government of India and the Government of Bihar as a joint venture in 1960 with the aim to generate technical graduates of highest standards who could provide technological leadership to the region. The foundation stone of this institute was laid on 15th August, 1960 at Adityapur.

RIT was upgraded to National Institute of Technology on 27th December, 2002, with the status of a deemed university. It is now totally under the control of the Ministry of Human Resources Development, Government of India, New Delhi since 1st April, 2003.

The Institute, with 115 faculty, 1350 students, 300 administrative and supporting staff, is a self-contained campus. It is located on the outskirts of Jamshedpur on 320 acres of sprawling, rolling hilly, wooded land. It combines natural beauty of countryside with urban glamour of an industrial area. The flowing river and picturesque backdrop of low hills on one side and large tracks of forest on the other make the 320 acres of rolling campus an ideal place for higher learning and research. It has been growing from strength to strength ever since it was established in 1960.

The Institute has several departments in various disciplines of engineering and the pure sciences, with nearly 100 laboratories organized on a unique pattern of functioning.

The D-day for RIT, Jamshedpur was 27th December, 2002 when it was formally upgraded to National Institute of Technology, Jamshedpur with the Deemed University status.

The institute is poised for bright and promising future. The annual system of the curricula has been changed to semester system. The courses have been completely restructured and prepared as per the needs of society and industries.

There is refreshing development on every front. The institute has achieved impressive placement for its students, with top industrial houses and software companies recruiting the students in a big way. The campus is in the process of receiving a complete face-lift. Academic and administrative buildings, the halls of residence, and staff quarters are being renovated and roads widened. New parks and gardens are giving the institute a new look. The fully renovated Guest House, new faculty houses, a new 300 seated boys' hostel and students' gymkhana buildings are expected to become functional shortly.

The library has been shifted to a new building and it is going to be a state-of-the-art digital library with almost all library functions completely automated.

The Computer Centre has over 200 computers with 2 Mbps (raw) connectivity. The high-speed campus LAN which will connect all departments/centers in the first phase is being implemented. The LAN will also support on line access to digital library right to the edge level.

The dream to make NIT, Jamshedpur a benchmark institution is well on the way to becoming a reality.
Vision & Objectives

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The National Institute of technology, Jamshedpur, Registered under the Societies Act, is an autonomous statutory organization functioning as a Deemed University, administered centrally along with other NITs by the NITs' Council, an apex body established by the Government of India. The Minister of Human Resource and Development, Government of India, is the Chairman of the Council.

The Institute has a Board of Governors at the apex, which is responsible for the overall administration and control of the Institute. Mr. B. Muthuraman, Managing Director, TATA STEEL is the Chairman, Board of Governors.

The Finance Committee headed by the Chairman BOG renders financial advise for over all Institute operation. The Buildings and Works Committee advises on matters relating to buildings and works activity. These are statutory committees established under the MOA of the Institute and function under the BOG.

The Senate comprising of all Professors, Faculty-in-Charges of Departments/Centre, Librarian, Workshop Superintendent and nominated members decides the academic policy of the Institute, and approves curriculum, courses and examination results. It appoints committees to look into specific academic matters arising from time to time. The teaching, training and research activities of various departments at the Institute are constantly under review to improve both facilities and standard. The senate reports to the BOG and recommends award of degrees to the BOG. The Director of the Institute is the Chairman of the Senate.

There are three Senate Sub-Committees, namely, Post Graduate Program Evaluation Committee, Under Graduate Program Evaluation Committee to help academic administration of the Institute, Library Committee to help in Library Administration and Planning and Technology Students' Gymkhana to look after the Student Activities and their welfare.




THE INSTITUTE

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Vision
To be a world class centre of excellence, producing quality manpower equipped with essential values required to provide integration of technical skill, humane outlook, leadership qualities and creative imagination to meet Indian and global needs.


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Our objectives are
To impart quality education in various areas of pure and applied sciences at the under graduate and post graduate levels comparable to the best in the world and also inculcate values in the students which will sensitize them to serve the need of the society.
To further the advancement of knowledge through the conduct of basic and applied research in pure and applied sciences and to disseminate and transfer the knowledge so generated for the benefit of Indian Industry and the other user sectors.
To be leaders in technology innovation and to promote use of appropriate technology in the country thereby enhancing the country's techno-economic strength and technological self-reliance.
To provide leadership in curriculum planning and laboratory development.
To develop continuing education programs and prepare instructional resource material in the conventional as well as the video and the computer based modes for training of personnel at various levels.
To develop programs for development both for its own staff and for teachers of other engineering institutions.
To develop close collaboration with industry through exchange of personnel and undertaking consultancy projects.
To develop strong collaboration links with other academic and research institutions in the country and abroad.
To anticipate the technological needs for India and to plan and prepare to cater to them.
To work towards to development of a culture for maintenance and conservation.

National Institute of Technology Jamshedpur

(Deemed University) Main Contact Numbers & Email Addresses
Postal Address
National Institute of Technology
Adityapur, Jamshedpur 831 014

Phone: 0-657-2373392
Fax: 0-657-2373246
Email: director@nitjsr.ac.in


List of Administrative Officers

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Director (I/c) Dr A Mishra
Dean (Administration) Dr S N Sinha
Dean (Academic Affairs) Dr R J Singh
Dean (Students Affairs) Sr N K Narain



Heads of the Departments

Department of Applied Mechanics Dr Radha Krishna Prasad
Department of Chemistry Dr M. K. Banerjee
Department of Civil Engineering Dr A K Khan
Department of Computer Applications Dr A. Mishra
Department of Computer Science and Engineering Mr S. Kumar
Department of Electrical Engineering Dr A. K. Singh
Department of Electronics Engineering Mr S. N. Singh
Department of Mathematics and Humanities Dr Sripati Jha
Department of Mechanical Engineering Dr S Sharan
Department of Metallurgical Engg. and Material Science Dr R.J. Singh
Department of Physics Dr Ujjwal Laha
Department of Production Engg. and Management Dr A Kumar



Professor In Charge Training and Placement Dr N K Narain
Librarian Dr N Bharti
Workshop Superintendent Mr Rupak Kumar
Registrar(I/c) Dr M K Banerjee
Prof. Incharge (Acad) Dr S P Sharma
Assistant Registrar (E) Mr R P Prasad
Assistant Librarian Mr Umesh Kumar and Mr. N.K. Sethy
Assistant Engineer Mr Deepak Kumar
Stores Officer Mr Sunil Kumar Bhagat
Assistant Proctor (I/c) Dr S Jha
Chairman, Hall Management Board Dr S B L Seksena
President Technology Students' Gymkhana Dr A K L Srivastava
Professor Incharge Civil Works Mr R P Singh
Professor Incharge Electrical Works Mr U K Sinha


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» Departments Department of Mechanical Engineering

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Head of department:
Dr S Sharan, Professor

Faculty Members:
Professors
Dr B.N. Prasad
Dr J. N. Yadav
Mr Shambhu Sharan
Assistant Professors
Dr M. K. Paswan
Dr R.V. Sharma
Dr S.P. Sharma
Dr Sanjay
Dr Shalendra Kumar
Lecturers
Mr Krishna Deo Prasad Singh
Dr L Prasad
Mr Malay Niraj
Mr Mrityunjay Kumar Sinha
Mr Naresh Prasad
Mr Parmanand Kumar
Dr Prabha Kumari
Departments Department of Metallurgical Engg. and Material Science

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Head of department:
Dr R.J. Singh, Professor

Faculty Members:
Professors
Dr Sharda Nand Sinha
Assistant Professors
Mr Hari Krishna Prasad
Dr Mahesh Kumar Agrawal
Dr R.P. Singh
Dr S.K. Sahay
Lecturers
Mr A Kumar
Mr Binod Kumar Singh
Mr C. S. Choudhary
Dr Ranjit Prasad


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National Institute of Technology Jamshedpur

(Deemed University)

» M.Tech Programme

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The Institute offers 2-year M.Tech. Course in the following disciplines:



Extractive Metallurgy (Met. Engg. & Mat. Sc. Deptt.)

Foundry Technology (Met. Engg. & Mat Sc. Deptt.)

Power System (Electrical Engg.' Deptt.)

Computer Integrated Design and Manufacturing (Mechanical Engg. deptt.)

Surface Science and Engineering. (Chemistry Deptt.)

[ Programme Syllabus ]



Metallurgical Engineering and Material Science Department

The department has been running four semester Industrial oriented M. Tech. courses in two streams:

Extractive Metallurgy of Iron & Steel.
Foundry Technology.
These courses have been started in early sixties after the approval of Govt of India, New Delhi with a basic aim to cater the need of industries, research organization, etc. This course is open to candidates having Bachelors degree in Engineering (Metallurgy) or any equivalent degree recognized by University and any other professional bodies approved by Govt. of India.

Each semester is of six months duration. The first semester covers the general and basic papers of Metallurgy and material science in particular alongwith eight weeks training in industries. The second semester offers the specialized papers in the area of Iron Making, Energy Conservation, Solidification, and Casting Technology, etc.

These two semester teachings give the strong background and base for solid preparation for the research based thesis. The entire third semester is devoted for industrial training so that the students can get good exposure of the industries, which helps them in selecting the project topic for their thesis work. Thus, these M.Tech. courses provide the wide scope of teaming of students in the field of Ferrous Production Technology and Metal Casting Technology. Practical and Industrial training provide the students elaborate exposures to Research and Development activities in the plants, which make them competent to solve the problems of industries.

Expert from Tate Steel, N. M. L, Jamshedpur, Tata Motors, Usha Martin Industries Ltd. are also helping the department as adjunct faculty to make this course interesting and attractive. Their contribution has been the source of strength, inspiration and sustenance of the course since its inception.

The students obtaining the degree find prospective openings in reputed industries and research organizations such as BARC, ISRO, NML, R&D SAIL, Tata Steel, SAIL Plants, Vijayanagar Steel, Mini Steel Industries, RRL Bhubaneshwar, IITs, etc.



Electrical Engineering Department

Electrical Engineering department offers four semester M. Tech. course specialization of Power System. First and second semester covers the course work which forms the ground for research based thesis for third and fourth semester. The course caters to the aspects like machine modeling, power system stability, power system protection, power system control, use of power electronics in power system, transient analysis of power system, computer application in power system. The project work is carried out within the department as well as in collaboration with reputed industries/ R & D organizations, such as Tata Steel. Tata Motors, NML Jamshedpur, Power grid, Usha Martin, etc. The content of the above courses are at par with those of the National level Institutions.



Mechanical Engineering Department

Mechanical engineering department has been running a four semester M. Tech programme in Computer Integrated Design and Manufacturing since 1990 with a view to impart updated technical education to mechanical engineering graduates who can successfully shoulder the technical challenges of the nation.

Technology for product development with zero defects is the need of the day. Our M.Tech programme is an attempt to focus on the techniques required in the process of product development of zero tolerance and zero defects. The course covers design, manufacturing, optimization, and management. During the first two semesters, theoretical knowledge of the advanced subjects are given through course, work and during the last two semesters the students have to do project work in the department/ nearby reputed industries/ research and development organizations like Tata Steel, Tata Engineering, Tata Power, Tata Cummins, Timken India, Usha Martin, Usha Beltron, NML Jamshedpur, etc. where students acquire first hand exposure to advanced technologies under working condition. We have a separate CAD Laboratory in the department for M. Tech students besides a central Computer center The institute is going to setup a CAD/CAM laboratory as a central facility in the near future where all latest tools for analytical solutions will be available.



Chemistry Department

The department offers a unique four semester interdisciplinary M. Tech Course in Surface Science and Engineering with specialization in Corrosion and Science of Surface Coatings. The other areas of specialization being Tribology, Mineral Beneficiation, and Petro-chemical technology. It is open to candidates having B. Tech degree in Engineering or Master degree in Physics or Chemistry. This course has been approved by the Govt. of India (AICTE) to cater the need of industries, research institution, etc. which necessitated a wide spectrum of specialization in corrosion and science of surface coatings.

The course covers surface and interfacial phenomena in general, and physical metallurgy, material science and electrochemistry in particular The second semester offers corrosion and science of surface coating, which covers metallic corrosion, study of kinetics, analysis and characterization of failures of metal and alloys and residual life, corrosion in Chemical, Automotives, Fertilizer, petrochemical and process industries. Methodology of preventive measures such as surface coatings and Paint Technology and Electroplating and Cathodic/ Anodic electrodeposition of polymer (ED coat), Cathodic protection, Anodic protection and the use of inhibitors etc.

The first two semesters thus give the background preparation for the research based thesis work of third and fourth semesters, normally carried out at reputed industries/ R&D Institutions / Laboratories, where the students acquire first hand exposure to state of art technology under practical working condition and the able guidance of experts This rigorous training gives impetus to motivation, potential enrichment and a new outlook on the part of the students.

The M. Tech course thus widens the scope of learning of students in the field of surface Engineering Exposure to practical, industnal & / or R&D facilities make the incumbents competent and ready for contributing to such organizations.

Active participation of engineers, scientists and experts from SAIL, TATA MOTORS, TATA STEEL, Berger Paints, ICI Paints, and CSIR laboratories, viz. NML Jamshedpur, Central Electrochemical Research Institute (Karaikudi.Tamil Nadu), Indira Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research (Kalpakum, T.N), Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (Mumbai) etc, has been the source of strength, inspiration and sustenance of the course, since its inception in 1982.

The students obtaining the degree find prospective openings in reputed industries and research institutions like ISRO, SHAR Centre, IISc. Bangalore, IITs (Mumbai, Kharagpur, Delhi), University of Roorkee, BHU, NML Jamshedpur, Tata Steel, Tata Motors, ND Ispat (Nagpur), Bombay Paints (Delhi), Shalimar Paints (Kolkatta, Nasik), Bajaj Auto Pune, Hero Honda Dharu Hera, MUL Gurgaon, Goodlass & Nerolac Paints Mumbai, Jenson & Nicholson Kolkatta, ICI Paints Hyderabad, Asian Paints, Majestic Auto Ludhiana, LML Kanpur, Hyundai Tamil Nadu, MRL Chennai, Tribology India Chennai, Gulf oil Mumbai, Saboo Beriac Chandigarh, Steel strips wheels Chandigarh, Morsun Mumbai, Sri Ram Piston Delhi, Sakata INX Delhi, Scooter India Lucknow, Kiriosker Brothers Pune, Swaraj Tractors Chandigarh etc.



Eligibility for admission to 2- years (four semesters) M. Tech. course in the following disciplines:

Extractive Metallurgy (Met. Engg. & Mat. Sc. Deptt.)
Foundry Technology (Met. Engg. & Mat. Sc. Deptt.)
Power System (Electrical Engg. Deptt.)
Computer Integrated Design and Manufacturing (Mechanical Engg. Deptt.)
Surface Science and Engineering. (Chemistry Deptt.)
Candidates must have passed Bachelor of Engg. Degree or its equivalent in appropriate branch of Engg. / Technology from a recognized University. Candidates with M. Sc. in Chemistry with Mathematics and Physics at B.Sc. level, or M. Sc. in Physics with Chemistry and Mathematics at B.Sc. level OR degree in Chemical / Mechanical / Metallurgical Engg. are eligible for admission to M. Tech. in Surface Science & Engineering.

Stipend: Candidates who have qualified in GATE will be paid a stipend of Rs. 5,000/- per month for 24 months subject to their satisfactory progress. Sponsored candidates with 60% (55% for SC/ST) marks in qualifying examination will not be required to qualify in GATE. They will have to produce sponsorship certificate from their employer stating that the candidate will be paid salary by parent organization during the course of study. Self financed candidates with 60% (55% for SC/ST) or more marks in qualifying examinations may be considered for admission without stipend, if seats are available. Seats for SC/ST candidates are reserved as per rules of the government of India. No TA/DA is admissible for attending interview. The candidate must produce valid GATE score in original (where applicable) at the time of interview.



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National Institute of Technology Jamshedpur

(Deemed University)

» History of NIT Jamshedpur

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National Institute of Technology, Jamshedpur is situated in the heart of the rich mineral and industrial belt of Jharkhand State - formerly a part of undivided Bihar. It is surrounded by large industries like Tata Steel and Tata Motors in the industrial city of Jamshedpur, and a galaxy of medium and small industries in Jamshedpur and in the Adityapur industrial complex.

RIT, Jamshedpur was formally inaugurated on 15th August 1960 at Adityapur, Jamshedpur by Dr. Srikrishna Sinha, the then Chief Minister of Bihar and the first Chairman of the Board of Governors of RIT, Jamshedpur. His eloquent speech highlighted the dreams and aspirations to be nurtured by the institute to achieve excellence in higher technical education, research and development. This inaugural address was termed "the first lecture" in Humanities by the founder Principal Dr. R.P. Verma. It is noteworthy that both the founder Chairman and the founder Principal happened to be freedom fighters. Their nationalistic fervour and passion for progress set the college moving on the right path towards technological development. It has come a long way from its humble beginnings at the old campus located in Adityapur to its present status as a prestigious institute.

R.I.T., Jamshedpur started off by offering undergraduate courses in four branches (viz Civil, Electrical, Mechanical and Metallurgy) of Engineering in 1960.

Regular M. Tech. Courses in Power systems, Process Metallurgy and Surface and Colloidal Science, and Part time PG courses in Production Management, Machine Design, Power Electronics, Structural Engineering, Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering were also started. In a short time, the institute grew to reach the status of an excellent technical institute.

A new phase in the development of the institute started in 1985. There was a massive expansion of the administrative and academic set up. In the academic sphere, M.Sc. courses in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics Departments were started in 1986, and the MCA (Master of Computer Application) course in 1987.

Three more branches of study in Engineering at the undergraduate level, viz., Production Engineering and Management, Electronics, and Computer Science and Engineering started functioning from 1988. A new M Tech. course in Computer Integrated Design & Manufacturing was started in 1990.

Our alumni are well placed in various parts of the country and abroad. Some of them who are at the helm of affairs in various organizations are:

Mr. R.V. Sahi - Secretary in Ministry of Power, Government of India.

Mr. C.B.K. Rao - Managing Director, Delhi Metro Project.

Mr. R.T. Singh - Served as CMD, Bharat Bhari Udyog Nigam Limited, and at present he is G.M. Operations at Tata Motors, Jamshedpur.

Prof. Chitranjan Sahay - Chairman of Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Hartford, USA.

Mr. P.K. Goel - Advisor, Ministry of Small Scale Industries, Government of India.

Mr. Arun Gauba - Additional Director(QA), Ministry of Defense, Government of India.

Prof. A.K. Lahiri - Head, Metallurgical Engineering Department, IISc Bangalore.

Mr. P. Narayan - G.M., Indian Security Press, Nasik, Ministry of Finance, Government of India.

Mr. Sanjeev Paul - Managing Director, Jamshedpur Utility Services Co., Jamshedpur.


NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
JAMSHEDPUR – 831 014 (JHARKHAND)
(Deemed University)


Application in the prescribed proforma are invited for admission to the following M. Tech. Programmes 2007 – 08.


M . TECH. PROGRAMMES

DEPTT. SPECIALISATION

01. Electrical Engineering : Power System Engg.

02. Mechanical Engineering : Computer Integrated Design &
Manufacturing.

03. Metallurgical & Materials Engg. : i) Extractive Met. of Iran and Steel.
ii) Foundry Technology.

04. Chemistry : Surface Science & Engg.

The format of application and other relevant information’s may be downloaded from the Institute websites :
www.nitjsr.ac.in
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Completed applications along with a crossed D.D. for Rs. 400/- (Rs. 200/- for SC/ST candidates) towards Registration fees drawn in favour of Director, National Institute of Technology, Jamshedpur, payable at S.B.I., R.I.T., Jamshedpur (Code N0: 1882) should reach Prof. I/C (Academic), N.I.T., Jamshedpur – 831014, on or before 14.05.2007. Candidates are required to appear before Selection Committee on 28.05.2007 in the concerned department.



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Eligibility

For admission to 2 years (Four Semester) M. Tech. Course in the following disciplines:

(i). Extractive Metallurgy (Metallurgical & Materials Engg.)
(ii). Foundry Technology (Metallurgical & Materials Engg.)
(iii). Power System (Electrical Engg. Deptt.)
(iv). Computer Integrated Design and Manufacturing (Mechanical Engg. Deptt.)
(v). Surface Science & Engg. (Chemistry Deptt.)

Candidates must have passed Bachelor of Engg. degree or its equivalent in appropriate branch of Engg. / Technology from a recognized University. Candidates with M. Sc. in Chemistry with Mathematics and Physics at B. Sc. Level or M. Sc. in physics with Chemistry and Mathematics at B. Sc. level or degree in Chemical / Mechanical /Metallurgical Engg. are eligible for admission to M. Tech. in Surface Science & Engineering. Candidates appearing in 2007 examination of the qualifying degree can also apply but they will have to produce the result by 31st August 2007.

Stipend

Candidates who have qualified in GATE will be paid a stipend of Rs. 5,000/- per month for 24 months subject to their satisfactory progress. Sponsored candidates with 60% (55% for SC/ST) marks in qualifying examination will not be required to qualify in GATE. They will have to produce sponsorship certificate form their employer stating that the candidate will be paid salary by parent organization during the course of study. Self financed candidates with 60% (55% for SC/ST) or more marks in qualifying examination may be considered for admission without stipend, if seats are available. Seats for SC/ST candidates are reserved as per rules of the Government of India. No TA/DA is admissible for attending interview. The candidate must produce valid GATE score in original (where applicable) at the time of interview.

Admission Procedure for the above Courses

(i). How to apply for admission :

The candidates are required to apply in prescribed application form downloadable form Institute website : www.nitjsr.ac.in
. Completed application form must contain a crossed Bank Draft of Rs. 400/- (Rs. Four Hundred only), Rs. 200/- (Rupees Two hundred) only for SC/ST drawn in favour of NIT, Jamshedpur, payable at State Bank of India, R.I.T., Branch, Jamshedpur (Code N0: 1882).

The application form should be accompanied with :

(i). Three recent passport size photograph of the candidate attested by Gazetted
Officer/Principal of the college/ Institute last attended.
(ii). Attested copy of certificate of Matriculation or equivalent examination as proof of age
of the candidate.
(iii). Attested copy of the mark sheet of all the examination.


The completed application form should be sent to the Prof. I/C (Academic), NIT, Jamshedpur, P.0: RIT, Jamshedpur – 831014, Distt: Saraikela – Kharsanwa, (Jharkhand State) Pin: 831014 so as to reach on or before the closing date i.e. 14.05.2007.





Selection Procedure:

Interview for M. Tech. Admission will be held on 28.05.2007 at 10:00am in respective department. No separate interview letter will be issued for this. Once selected finally they will have to submit their original documents and the Institute fees as per notification, only then the seat will be confirmed. The date of registration will be notified on the same day. They will have to deposit the institute fee and the hall fee as given below. Classes will start from 30.07.2007.

Fee details for M. Tech. 1st Semester :

Tuition Fee Rs. 4,000/-

Seat Rent Rs. 500/-

Common Room Rs. 100/-

Poor Boys Fund Rs. 25/-

Medical Rs. 75/-

Sports Rs. 250/-

Identity Card Rs. 40/-

Library Rs. 150/-

Syllabus Rs. 150/-

Electrical Charges Rs. 500/-

Hall Maintenance Rs. 550/-

Admission Rs. 200/-

Hall Admn. Rs. 200/-

Computer Maintenance Rs. 250/-

Institute Bus Rs. 300/-

Development Fund Rs. 2,000/-

Water Supply Rs. 325/-

Cultural Association Rs. 135/-

Training & Placement Rs. 350/-

Examination Fee Rs. 1,250/-

Grade Card Rs. 100/-

Alumni Association Membership Fee Rs. 500/-

Rs. 11,950/-

Caution Money (Refundable)

Institute Caution Money Rs. 2,000/-

Hall Caution Money Rs. 500/-

Mess Caution Money Rs. 1,000/-


Rs. 15,450/-

Mess advance for two months
(Subject to adjustment) Rs. 2,000/-

Total Rs. 17,450/-


The above mentioned fee may be revised any time by the Institute. The fee of Rs. 15,450/- is to be deposited in the form of demand draft in favour of NIT, Jamshedpur, payable at S.B.I., R.I.T., Branch (Code – 1882) and the remaining amount of Rs. 2,000/- i.e. mess advance in cash.



































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NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
JAMSHEDPUR – 831014
Application Form for Admission to M. Tech.
Academic Session 2007 – 2008

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8. Do you belong to Schedule cast/
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9. Academic Record starting from matriculation or equivalent :

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10. If qualified in GATE, enclose copy of score card :………………………………………….
11. Any other relevant information :…………………………………………

DECLARATION BY THE APPLICANT


I…………………………………………..(name) hereby declare that the entries made by me in this form are correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. I shall abide by the rules and regulations of the Institute in force during the course of my study and understand that the Institute reserves the right to cancel my admission at any time if the information as furnished here in are found to be incorrect and or my conduct and progress is found unsatisfactory.

Date: …………. Place: ………… Signature of the candidate


DECLARATION BY THE FATHER/GUARDIAN/SPONSORING AUTHORITY

I……………………………(name) hereby declare that (a) the information given by my Son/Daughter/Ward /Employee is correct and true and (b) in event of my candidate being admitted to the Institute I undertake to pay regularly all his Institute and Mess dues till the completion of his course or training. I also declare that I shall be responsible for the good conduct of my Son/Daughter/Ward/Employee.


Date: ………… Signature of the Father/Guardian/Sponsoring authority

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Members of Admission Committee :


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Shri Shashank - Director 2227541 2230233 2227541 9431021299 ddpatna@dtc.bsnl.net.in

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Shri Afroz Alam - Assistant news editor 2227281
Akashwani Patna


Shri Pradeep Kumar Mitra - Director 2222226 2225189 9431021738

Shri Krishna Kumar Lal Reporter 2292720 9431018061

Shri Arun Kumar Verma - News editor 2202560 2246465 9431023458

Shri Sanjay Kumar Assistant news editor 2225305 2225305
Letter Information Office


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Film Division Central Government

Shri S P Chouhan 9334358898

P T I

Shri Samir Kumar Mishra Bureau Manager 2274117 2271213 2274250,2274252 9835085680

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Photographer 2522074 9934651415
Hindustan


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Shri Surendra Kishore Political editor 2202332 2586562

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Shri Chandra Prakash Khandelwal Vice news editor 2223434 2663103

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Shri Awdhesh Preet Chief vice editor 2223434 9431094596

Shri Pramod Mukesh Chief vice editor 2220274 5521401 9431094598

Shri Rakesh Singh Chouhan Sr vice editor 2223434 2592712 9431094599

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Shri Rakesh Praveer Sr Reporter 2223413 2536784 9334333950

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Shri Kundan Kumar Office Reporter 2220274 9431224490

Shri Arvind Photographer 2220274 9431459561
Hindustan Times


Shri Memen Matthew Resident editor 2231660 mmatthew@hindustantimes.com

Shri Ashok Kumar Mishra Bureau Chief-cum- Special Writer 2220277 2273114 2230884 9431389304 ashokmishra@hindustantimes.com

Shri Alok Mohit 2223434 9835046379 amohit@hindustantimes.com

Shri Giridhar Jha News editor 2223434 2584042

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Shri Vinod Kumar Dubey Spl. Reporter 2223434 2227447 9431072103

Reena Supam Senior Reporter 9334195556 rsopam_01@yahoo.com



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Shri Vijay Swarup Sr copy writer 2223434 25825229 9431014378 vswaroop@hindustantimes.com

Shri A P Dube Senior Photographer 2223434 2530796 9835056588 apdube@gmail.com,
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Times Of India


Shri Keshav Pradhan Sr.Asst.Resident Editor 2223037 2271187 9830637840 patnatimes@timesgroup.com

Shri Abhay Singh Sr editor 2216171 2520764 9431215807 patnatimes@timesgroup.com

Shri Pranav Kumar Choudhary Spl Reporter 2216171 2240774 9431020227 patnatimes@timesgroup.com

Shri Faizan Ahmad Spl Correspondent 2216171 2660028 9334129526 patnatimes@timesgroup.com

Shri Gyan Prakash Staff Reporter 2216171 2260299 9431018873 patnatimes@timesgroup.com

Shri Deepak Mishra Prime Reporter 2216171 2267154 9931271838 patnatimes@timesgroup.com

Shri Ravineshwar Dayal Staff Reporter 2216171 2265510

Shri Akhelesh Reporter 9835421695 patnatimes@timesgroup.com

Shri Raj Kumar News editor 2216171 2271187 9835041336,9431012970

Shri Sachhidanand Jha Asst. editor 2216171 2271187 9334103239,9431016811

Shri Krishna Mohan Sharma Chief photographer 2216171 2721120 9334100846,9431237935

Shri Dhirendra Ojha Sr copy editor 2223174 2584161 9234731323 patnatimes@timesgroup.com

Shrimati Gayatri Sharma Sr vice editor 2223174 9431021588 patnatimes@timesgroup.com

Shri Ashutosh Gupta Sr copy editor 2223174 2645828

Shri Bhanu Pratap Singh Copy editor 2223174 9835089539 patnatimes@timesgroup.com

Shri Rakesh Roushan Copy editor 2223174 2282794 9334287050

Madhuri Kumar Vice editor 2223174 2267006 9334120530

Shri Anindhya Chatopadhya Sr.Photographer 9835641194

Shri Sumeet Sen Resident Editor 033-22160927

Shri Arun Kumar Staff Repr. 943069508 patnatimes@timesgroup.com
Aaj


Shri Shashi Shukla Editor cum manager 2232136 2262404 9431022076 ajpress1@sancharnet.in

Shri Deepak Pandey News Co-Ordinator 2235071 2680407 9431079808 ajpress1@sancharnet.in

Shri Satish Bhaskar Sr.Editor 2235074 9431079809 ajpress1@sancharnet.in

Shri Alok Prashar Editor ajpress1@sancharnet.in

Shri Rajnekant Shukla Editor 2643479 ajpress1@sancharnet.in

Shri S N Shyam Reporter 2235070 2366761 9431079810 ajpress1@sancharnet.in

Shri Santosh Kumar Political 2235070 2345336 9431018745 sa_k@sifymail.com

Shri Akhilesh Kumar Reporter 9835421695 ajpress1@sancharnet.in

Shri Anjani Tiwary Reporter 2235070 9431079812 ajpress1@sancharnet.in

Shri Brijnandan Spl Reporter 2235070 2354242 9431079805

Shri Pramod Jha Correspondent 2235070 2203474 9431643494

Shri Atul Upadhayay Sr.Correspondent 9835261499

Shri Chandra Mauleshwar Correspondent 2235070 9431436592

Shri Rajeev Kumar Verma Sr.Correspondent 2235070 2368674 9835204403

Shri Pankaj Malwiye Correspondent 9835209219

Shri Vijay Kumar Correspondent 2257665 9431004169

Shri Sumit Kumar Correspondent 9234219505

Shri Atul Upadhya Correspondent 2235070 9835261499

Shri Pramod Kumar Photographer 2235070 9835256790

Shri Laxmi Kant Sajal Correspondent 2235072,6 2420984 9431079814

Shri Sanjay Kumar Golu Photographer 9431649697

Shri Alok Jain Photographer 2524632 9835005552

Shri Anil Kumar Correspondent 9431421990

Shri Shashi Bhushan Kunwar RCorrespondent 9431436591 ajpress1@sancharnet.in

Shri Nitish Kumar Correspondent 9334167462 ajpress1@sancharnet.in

Shri Nishant Correspondent 2252346 9430293155 ajpress1@sancharnet.in
Dainik Jagran

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Shri Shailendra Dixit Local editor 2520671,2,3 9835039216 shailendra@pat.jagran.com

Shri Ganeshwar News editor 9835039217 gyneshwar@pat.jagran.com

Shri Kamal Kishore Saxena Vice news editor 2524505 9431009167

Shri Subhash Pandey Bureau chief 9334154625

Shri Virendra Kumar Bureau Reporter 2232372 9334108895

Shri Navin Kumar Bureau Reporter 2666171 9835085275

Shri Madhuresh Bureau Reporter 2586732 9835057903 madhuresh@pat.jagran.com

Shri Shashi Bhushan Bureau Reporter 2221187 9431421921 shashi@pat.jagran.com

Shri Awnindra Thakur Sub Editor 2363698 9835608194

Shri S.A Shad Bureau Reporter 9334312621

Shri Bhuvneshwar Vatsyan Bureau Reporter 5527527 9835019063

Shri Dinanath Sahni Chief Reporter 9835246813

Shri Mritunjay Mani Reporter 9334342811

Shri Ajit Kumar Photographer 2523908 9835061888

Shri Shyam Gupta Photographer 9234779936
Rashtriya Sahara


Shri Ranvijay singh roup Editor 3911400 3911430 9811283315

Shri Omkareshwar Pandey Editorial Head 3911443,2205940 9334114716 onkarbharti@rediffmail.com

Shri P.Ranjan Deen Political Editor 3911437 09811798956 prabhatranjandeen@yahoo.com

Shri Satyaprakash Incharge,News Desk 3911434 9934360415 satyap4@yahoo.com

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Shri Ramakant Chandan staff Reporter 3911420 2680500 9431815240 chandanmano@yahoo.co.in

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Shri R.K Raju staff Reporter 3911414 2246350 9835067234/
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Miss Nevidita jha staff Reporter 3911420 2525527 9835029152 niveditajha065@rediffmail.com

Shri S.Baneerjee Chief Photographer 3911450 2687284 99343307284

Shri Indrajeet Dey Sr. Photographer 3911450 9334445193 9431023434 indrajit_saharas@rediffmail.com
Prabhat Khabar


Shri Harivansh Prime editor 2342491 2274525 2342498

Shri Ajay Kumar local editor 2341966 9431024489

Shri Rajnish Upadhyay B.C News editor 2341966 9431024393

Shri Mithilesh Chief Reporter 2342907 2257887 9431041867

Shri Kashlendra Mishra Reporter 2342907 2535970 9334175884

Shri Santosh Tiwari Reporter 2342907 2345449 9431072859

Shri Rakes Dhari Reporter 2342907 2350397 9835612480

Shri Nirbhay Reporter 2342881 2356031 9431662624

Shri Brijesh Reporter 2342881 234089 9835355972

Shri Prem Reporter 2342490 3116378 943109594

Shri Ranjan Reporter 2342881 2581635 9431063788

Shri Sunil Raj Sr.Correspondent 2342490 3116378 9334116378
Jansatta


Shri Ganga Prasad Prin.Correspondent 2228839

ANNUAL REPORT 2003 – 2004
Overview
The Institute became a fully funded and fully controlled Institute under the Central Government with effect from 1st April 2003. The new management took over and the first Board of Governor’s meeting was held on 17th May with Mr. B. Muthuraman, Managing Director, Tata Steel as Chairman and Prof. A. Mishra as the Director.
The Institute has undergone significant changes during the past one year. The most notable change has been in the area of academics. The examinations were running 6 to 9 months behind schedule during the 2002-03 academic year. The Senate at its meeting held on 10th July 2003, promulgated new B. Tech. and M. Tech. regulations and framed a “transitory” syllabus for 1st to 3rd year students. The syllabus was in operation till a new syllabus was drafted.
The annual system of examination of Ranchi University, the former affiliating university, was scrapped and semester system of examination based on credits with internal assessment, continuous evaluation and grading were introduced. Co-curricular activity like NSS was made an integral part of the academic performance to help all round growth of the students.
The faculty and the students did not avail of vacation during the academic year 2003-04 and worked right through the year so that the examination backlogs were cleared and the spring 2003-04 semester ended on schedule. The new 2004-05 academic session will start on schedule for all branches of instruction at PG and UG levels.
The undergraduate courses were thoroughly revamped by the faculty in consultation with faculty from IIT Kharagpur, XLRI and user industries like Tata Steel, Telco etc. There were multiple reviews by faculty from IIT KGP and user industries before the revised syllabus was placed before the Senate and came into effect from 2004-05 academic session.
The UG course offers choice of Elective to students from 6th semester onwards so that they can specialize in their chosen area. Introduction of Humanities and Social Science related compulsory subjects in areas like Engineering Economics, Organizational Behavior and Industrial Psychology, Sustainable Development, Management Information Systems, Language Appreciation courses and co-curricular subjects like community development etc. will go a long way in broadening the horizon of the students and helping them think laterally – a quality so very essential in engineers of tomorrow. The students will undertake a 2 semester project work in the their final year in collaboration with industries which will help the students and faculty to meaningfully work with the industries in addressing some of their problems.

The Senate has approved of the Ph.D. rules and regulations and the first batch of Ph. D. students are to be admitted shortly. The Ph.D. program involves course work at PG level and research project.

Since teaching is the main forte of the Institute, several schemes have bean approved by the BOG for augmenting teaching activities. These include appointment of adjunct faculty from IITs/XLRI, R & D organizations like NML, major industries in and around Jamshedpur, emeritus faculty, guest faculty etc. The experienced teachers from industries and other organizations provide the much needed exposure to the students in modern R & D and industrial practices.

The Institute has embarked on giving a major thrust to upgrading of UG and PG laboratories and introducing new laboratories as per the requirement of the new curricula. The Institute had suffered from major shortage of fund and the laboratories had become virtually dysfunctional. The infra-structure support provided by MHRD for building the campus LAN and WAN which will connect all departments/centres/sections to the Central Computer Centre has been a big boon for the Institute. We hope to provide every faculty with a PC and associated peripherals with LAN connectivity in the near future.

A major impetus to the upgradation of the existing laboratories and building new ones has been the World Bank funded project under TEQIP. NIT JSR has been included in the list of institutions to be funded and Rs. 10 crores has been received. While absorption of the grant by the system has been slow plans are being made so that the fund can be meaningfully used during the project life time. The Institute has taken steps to be included in the EDUSAT project and it s hoped that this will act as a major force multiplier in providing quality technical education. Institute has initiated work for complete automation of all academic and non-academic activities.

The Institute has taken major steps to extend financial support to students on need basis. All SC/ST students who do not obtain financial support from other sources will be exempted from paying tuition fees provided they maintain a CGPA of at least 6.0. 20% of the students belonging to categories other than SC/ST and have performed in the upper 20% bracket in the AIEEE entrance examination will also be given tuition fee waiver if their family income is less than 2 lakhs per annum and they maintain a CGPA of 7.0 or above.

Campus ambience is a significant factor that contributes to the quality of education and life style of the staff and students. The academic building and the Halls of Residences, which had suffered years of neglect, have been thoroughly refurbished. Augmentation of civil and electrical infra-structure facilities are in progress and some more are on the drawing board. New roads are being built, the existing roads are being widened and extensive planting of trees have been undertaken.

Civil work in building an additional floor on top of Computer Centre has been undertaken. Once completed it will house the Department of Computer Applications, two large multi-media equipped seminar rooms, one large CAD laboratory and other computer laboratories including e-learning laboratory.

12 new faculty houses are under construction and the Guest House has been totally revamped. The girls’ hostel which was in a dilapidated condition and was declared “unsafe” has been thoroughly repaired and is expected to be ready for occupation shortly. A STD/PCO/Xerox booth cum eatery has been built in the hostel area to cater to the needs of the students.

The academic area is being enclosed within a boundary wall to limit entry of outsiders into the academic complex. A boundary wall around the sprawling 289 acre campus which is totally open is being built to enhance campus security. We are facing a problems from local people in the matter but it s hoped that with the cooperation of local administration the work shall be completed.

The assistance received from Tata Steel in executing the infra-structure development work is deeply appreciated. The group also helped out with various student activities, especially sports throughout the year.

The work on 300-seated boys hostel, gymkhana and the library, which had been left unfinished for years, is almost over and they will be taken up for use in the next year.

The Institute is strongly committed to decentralization of operation and various academic and administrative committees have been formed which effectively delegates the power to the Departments/Centres/Sections so that they can plan their operations and growth without interference. New purchase rules, Sponsored Research and Industrial Consultancy rules have been framed and implemented so that R & D work can be accelerated.

New Initiatives

High priority is being given to modernization and removal of obsolescence at the Institution. New initiatives are being taken in the following fields.
a) Removal of obsolescence in workshop machinery and equipment of laboratories.
b) Modernization of laboratories and workshops by addition of new equipments.
c) Augmentation of library facilities.
d) Support for projects involving new innovation in class room technology.
e) Training and retraining for the teaching and supporting technical staff.
f) Up gradation of computing and networking facilities.
g) Creating and updating the infrastructure for R and D effort.
h) Supporting sponsored/joint research projects in Engineering and Technology.
i) Providing project based financial support for creation of infrastructural facilities in terms of laboratories and quality manpower in emerging areas.
j) Developing horizontal and vertical linkages with other institutions, research laboratories industry and user agencies through multiplicity of programs including consultancy.

Admission Procedure

Examination system
The year under review saw the gradual migration from the Annual System of examination under Ranchi University to the semester system of examination under NIT JSR.

The final year students continued under the Ranchi University and the 2nd and 3rd year students were gradually bought under semester pattern of examination.
Under the Annual system of examination under Ranchi University,
i) The Academic section conducted the examinations centrally
ii) The teachers set the question paper and evaluated them in two terminal examinations
iii) External examiners from other engineering colleges set the question paper for the annual examination and evaluated them
Under the Semester system, the teachers themselves set the mid-term and end-term question papers and evaluate them. They conduct quiz and class tests for teacher’s evaluation. The mid-term examination carries 30 marks, teacher’s evaluation 20 and the end term examinations carry 50 marks. The students are awarded letter grades from Excellent (Ex) to fail (F) depending on their over all performance. The Academic Section coordinates the over all examination. The results are assessed by either the Under Graduate Program Evaluation Committee (UGPEC) or Post Graduate Program Evaluation Committee (PGPEC) and then sent to the Senate for approval.
The students have to maintain a CGPA of 6.0 to continue beyond their first year of study. Supplementary examinations are organized in the summer quarter.

Students
The students’ body, which is the true wealth of the institute, draws 50% of its strength from the home state and 50% from the rest of the country. The students enjoy a glorious glimpse of national integration truly at work and the institute becomes a melting pot where students can shed all individual shades and differences and unite to form a composite body that can be identified as truly Indian.
The students got the year 2003-04 got off to a colorful start with an impressive program during freshers’ introduction. The ingenuity and creativity of the students was evident in the way the function was organized and conducted.
The students organized a National level cultural festival during 19-21st March 2004 where students from out station colleges also participated. The 3-day function drew a very good response from the visitors who came from far and wide.
Not to be hampered by the limited facilities, the different cultural societies of the students functioning under the umbrella of Technology Students’ Gymkhana organized various sports, athletics and other games activities, the literary & cultural society and the cultural & dramatic society organized various events throughout the year. The students participated in cultural programs at IIT Kharagpur and NIFFT Ranchi. The WHEELS program brought them a lot of accolades.

Training and Placement

Placement of students saw a sharp surge during the period under review. 33 companies visited the Institute for placement and 175 students were placed through campus interview. It was heartening to note that a large section of students were placed in manufacturing industries.






Computer Centre

Head of the Centre: S. Agarwal
Associate Head: A. N. Thakur

The Centre has two Netinfinity servers which work in Windows NT and SUN Solaris servers which are for LINUX environment. The Centre has 80 Pentium III Personal computers and has procured 80 more. The computers can connected to servers through 24 port 10/100 switches to the intranet.

New acquisition: i) 5 nos. of Servers (HCL)
ii) 80 nos. of P-IV, HCL PCs

Name of the laboratories:

The following laboratories are used by UG and PG students for teaching, laboratory, sessional classes and research work

i) Internet Laboratory -1
ii) Computational Laboratory -2
iii) Computational Laboratory - 3.

The Centre has a conference hall with seating capacity of about 125. The Centres’ working hours are from 08:00 hrs to 22:00 hrs.

The Centre’s facility is used extensively during Training and Placement program for on line testing.

The internal LAN is now connected to 512 kBps connection through satellite and the link is being upgraded to 2 MBps.

The Centre is being turned to be the nerve centre for all campus communication. The Campus LAN which is being installed, the campus library and the campus telephone system will have their main hub at the Centre

LIBRARY

The Library came into existence as an important component of and along with the Non Plan Establishment of the Institute in 1960. It provides the following services to its users: students, Teaches, Researchers and other staff members.
a. Routine transaction (lending and retrieval) of books
b. Providing Reference materials
c. Reprographic services
d. Reading room services

The three storied Library premises is situated adjacent to the Administrative Block of the Institute. It spans a total floor space of about 9000 sq. feet, consisting of a separate Reading Hall, Periodical section, a Processing section, Stack Room, SC/ST Book Bank, and a Binding Unit:
i) Reading Room: - It is situated in the ground floor. It stores Encyclopedias, Dictionaries, Hand Books, Newspapers, Popular Magazines, Journals and Reference Books for on-the-spot use of the Library users.
ii) Stack Room: - It is situated in the first floor of the Library having open access to the users to select books of their choice and get them issued.
iii) SC/ST Book Bank: - In addition to the books for general use, there is a separate book bank for SC/ST students. SC/ST students can issue up to 15 books in an academic year from this book bank. General students can issue up to a maximum of two books in an academic year.
iv) Acquisition and Processing Unit: - This is situated on the top floor of the library. New arrivals of Books and Journals are processed. (Accessioning, Cataloguing and Classification) here before they are stocked in the Stack room.

New arrivals of Books, Journals etc during 2003-04

310 different titles comprising of 1419 books were purchased during the year

Collection

Total number of books in the library including bound volumes of Journals as on 31.03 2004 was as given below.
i) Stack Room …………55104
ii) Book Bank (SC/ST)…19753

Working hours

The Library has open access system to its users. It operates in two shifts from Monday through Saturday.
i) 8.00 AM to 3.00 PM
ii) 3.00 PM to 10 PM

Other facility:

The Library subscribes to a number of technical, scientific and general periodicals, journals and newspapers for the students and other staff members of the Institute.

The Library is ready to shift from manual to automated system which include circulation, serial and online public access catalogue (OPAC) searching.

The Library subscribes to four databases on CD-ROM and it is proposed to provide CD-ROM data base searching and printing facilities in future. Full time Reprographic facility is available here.

New Library Building

The Library will soon be shifted to a newly constructed three-storied building with an open court-yard, covered with an Atrium roof thus ensuring adequate sunlight for the entire building. This new Library will also be fully digitalized. In addition to this we have online services through INDEST CONSORTIUM on the subjects for the following:
IEEE (IEL ONLINE) and SCIENCE- DIRECT


Central Workshop

The workshop was built in 1960. The workshop fabricates various types of models for teaching and research, helps in conducting consultancy work as and when required.

Staff:

Mr. Rupak Kumar, BE Workshop Superintendent

A. C. Topno, B. Sc. (Engg) Foreman

Mr. Suman Kumar, B. Sc. (Engg) Foreman

The workshop is comprised of seven shops: Machine shop, Welding shop, Carpentry
shop, Fitting shop, Sheet metal shop, Electrical shop and Forging shop.




Technology Students’ Gymkhana
Name of the Head/President TSG A. K. L. Srivastava

2. Concerned TSG Officials

Sports and Games activity

Sl. No. Prof-in-Charge Activity
1. Prof. Ashok Kumar (Applied) Atheletics
2. Prof. Ganesh Lakra Cricket, Volley Ball
3. Prof. Jaynendra Kumar Lawn Tennis, Basket Ball
4. Prof. B. S. Munda Hockey, Foot Ball
5. Prof. Dilip Kumar Paswan Badminton
6. Prof. Alok Priyadarshi Indoor Games &Gymkhana

Social and Cultural Activity

1. Dr. Shailendra Kumar Technical Festival 2004
2 Prof. Rajeev Ranjan Cultural and Dramatic Society,
Faces, Audio Visual Society
3. Prof Malay Neeraj Literary & Debating Society, Quiz
4. Prof. Shailendra Kumar Engineer Adventure Club
5 Prof. Amit Prakash Photographic, Model
Fine and Applied Arts,
Film Society,
Amateur Electronic Society

P. T. I Mr. Jagdish Singh
Vice President(s) Mr Amitabh Barua and Mr Shibashish Sinha

Aims and Objective

Technology Student Gymkhana aims to foster a well-balanced development of its members through excellence in extra-curricular and co-curricular activities along with their academic attainments. Technology Student Gymkhana is the hub of the numerous activities ranging from sports to music. The students with the guidance and active participation of the faculty and staff members manage the affairs of Gymkhana. Utkarsh is a step ahead to accomplish our goal.

A faculty is nominated to be the President and the Chief Executive of the Gymkhana. The President has full administrative powers over the Gymkhana affairs. The affairs of the Gymkhana are managed by the President and Vice President in consultation with the concerned member of the staff and faculty and students (Professor in charge of the games/sports sections, cultural sections and other related activities, P.T.I, Vice President, students office bearers constituting the various committees and bodies). The Dean (Student Affairs) is the Chairman.

All students viz.,, undergraduate, postgraduate, M.C.A and Ph. D. are members of the Gymkhana.

The TSG Student Forum consisting of the following members:
(1) Sports Secretary of all the halls
(2) Cultural Secretary of all the halls
(3) Vice President of TSG
(4) Sports Captains
(5) Secretaries of CDS, LDS, Faces, EAC, Utkarsh type activities, etc
(6) P.T.I
reviews the programs of Gymkhana activities. The forum also discusses matters relating to the general welfare of the students. The President presides over the meetings of the Forum and Vice President or one of the secretaries of sports/ cultural/other activities is the secretary of the Forum. The Forum meets at least once a semester. The Dean (Students Affair) is permanent invitee to meeting of the Forum.

There are two committees.
(1) Sports and Games committee
(2) Cultural and Social committee

Programmes organized during 2003-2004

1. UTKARSH 2004 (National Level Cultural Fest)

N.I.T. Jamshedpur organized a National Level Cultural Fest “UTKARSH 2004” during 19-21 March 2004. Many Institutes, Colleges participated with enthusiasm and zeal.

Utkarsh stands for National Integration and Cultural Amalgamation. The event showcased the creative skill and edifying creativity of the student community and aims at providing a suitable plate form for the budding artists to bring to light the Indian culture and showpiece its present integration with the western community. Utkarsh 2004 included various events in the fields of Indian music, dance, rock music, literary activities, fine arts, fun-filled in formals, informative workshops, other competitive cultural events and the prospects of meeting and interacting with students from all over the country.

Three-day extravaganza promised all energy packed celebrity nights, and a number of competitive cultural events ranging over all colors of the spectrum which provide
an excellent opportunity for students to exhibit their talents and readiness toward the modern technology update and extra-curricular activities.

UTKARSH pictured a historic and glorious part. In Vedic museum, we had tried that infact the modern world is living in a number of superstition. Biggest of them all is our over confidence that we have unprecedented zenith of technology. UTKARSH tried to gauge how Indian knowledge went to shores of other lands.

2. Engineers’ Adventure:

The club organizes adventure trips of students. It organized the race of the students hostel wise in winter Jan 12, 2004 and other tracking parts.

3. Volley ball Tournament:

An interhall volleyball tournament was organized. The final match was played between hostel H and G was played on 26th Jan 2004 on the occasion of republic day. The most attractive was the match between College team and our Professor team. All the teachers and students enjoyed a lot. TATA official Mr. Harbhajan Singh umpired the match.

4. Inter Hall Football Tournament 2003-04

That Tthe sportsmanship and the team spirit of NITians was soaring to a new axis was clearly visible in the Inter Hall Football tournament held between 28th Sep to 3rd Oct.
The dormant champ inside the NITians was given a new dimension who’re otherwise engrossed in thick volumes of books. The enthusiasm and zeal shown by the students in organization and participation was unparalleled.

Main features of the Tournament :

1. The tournament was organized by TSF (TATA Sports Foundation) and organizing committee had members from both the college sports student committee as well as TSF.
2. In all 8 hostels took part in the tournament. The tournament was knock out based. The schedule of the tournament was decided by the PTI of our college on the basis of lot system.
3. The student organizing committee consisted of Ankan Sharma, Baman Tuti and Sibashis Sinha.
4. The crucial match referee task was conducted by members of TSF.
5. The inaugural match was played between Subhash Hall and Abdul Kalam Hall.
6. The final match was played between Visvesaraya Hall and Abdul Kalam Hall in which Abdul Kalam Hall emerged victorious.
7. The final match was followed by an interesting match between staff and the students where our staff team enjoyed exercising their legs rather then their brains. This was perhaps for the first time when our alma mater keeper had to face their own students on fields.

The tournament was a great learning experience for both the students as well as college faculty since for the first time an Inter Hall tournament was organized on a mass scale. the success of the tournament is attributed to both the students as well as faculty members.


5. Cultural Programs and Fresher Function:

Cultural Program was organized and Fresher function was arranged to showcase the creative skill and edifying creativity of the student community and aimed at providing a suitable platform for the budding artists to bring to light the Indian culture and showpiece its present integration with the western community.

There were various events in the fields of Indian music, dance, rock music, other cultural events and the prospects of meeting and interacting with students from all the students of N.I.T.

6. Events organized by FACES

Sketching competition for fresher batch.

For the students of first year, a sketching competition was organized by FACES on 6th Dec’ 03 in room 212. The winners of the contest were:

• Subhrajyoti Bora (201/03) 1st
• Abhishek Nayak (199/03) 2nd
• Swati Jhunjhunwala (256/03) 3rd
• Ashok (02/03) Consolation

Calligraphy Competition

A calligraphy competition was organized by FACES, exclusively for 2k3 batch, on 8th Dec’ 03 in the room 212. The winners of the competition were:
• Shilpa Chandravanshi (157/03) 1st
• A. Raghuvanshi 2nd
• Narendra Nath Mandal (147/03) 3rd

Collage Competition

Collage competition was organized in room 212 on 15th Dec’ 03. This was a group event with two members per group. The winners of the contest were:
• Deep Shringi (47/2k) & Soheib Ali (280/2k) 1st
• Mithilesh (83/01) & Swaroop (65/01) 2nd

Sketching Competition (Open to All)

This sketching competition, organized on 18th Dec’03 in room 212, was open to all batches, including M.Tech & MCA. The winners of this competition were:
• Swaroop Jmatia (65/01) 1st
• Priyanka Kumari (182/2k) 2nd
• Jijith (43/02) 3rd

Mehendi Competition

It was held on 18th Jan’04 in the Chemistry department corridor. It was a team event with two members in each. The winners of this competition were:
• Silki and Neelima Sinha 1st
• Amrita Sinha and Seema Prasad 2nd

Hand painting Competition

It was held on 18th Jan’04 in the Chemistry Department Corridor. It was a team event with two members in each. The winners were:
• Munwar and Amol Ratna 1st
• Abhilasha and Pikee Priya 2nd
• Vibha Singh and Sijo Nath Consolation
• Ashish Jain and Vineet Shrivastava Consolation

The various activities conducted by the different student societies under the aegis of Technology Students’ Gymkhana during 2003-04 are given below:

The Literary and Debating Society
S.No Event Date Winners Position

1 Group Discussion 02.08.03 Group Discussion conducted by
Sandeep Bafna of Career Launcher

2 English Short Story 15.07.03 Amrita Roy 1
Writing Ujjwal Ritesh 2
Subrodeep Banerjee 3

3 English Poetry Writing 15.07.03 Diptorup Deb 1
Upasna Sachdeva 2
Pawan Shukla 3

4 Hindi Poetry Writing 15.07.03 Ghanshyam Bagra 1
Kamal Kishore 2
Pawan Kr 3
5 Fresher's G.D. 15.11.03 Natrajan S 1
Sayantan Pal 2
Siddharth Sen 3



6 Fresher's Quiz 19.11.03 Pranav Priyadarshi 1
Anshuman Kumar 1

Krishna Kr. 2
Nitesh Raj 2

Amit Choudhary 3
Rohit Singhania 3

7 Dumb Charades 24.11.03 Rohit Singhania 1
Ritesh Ranjan 1
Gautam Anand 1

Roshan Kr. 2
Sati Ramin Mishra 2
Anupam Kumar 2

Rigved Mitra 3
Sandeep Kr 3
Abhishek Kr. 3

8 Tech Biz Quiz 29.11.03 Deepak Bhatt 1
Ujjwal Kumar Singh 1

Pankaj Kumar 2
Bhaskar Gogoi 2

Ravish Singh 3
Anjani Kumar 3

9 Website Launch 29.11.03 www.lds-nit.net


10 Challengez 11.12.03 Shankha Shuvra Mishra 1
Sanjeev Dutta Memorial Shibasis Sinha 1
Quiz Atanu Nath 1

Mansij Majumdar 2
Pradeep Gupta 2
Rahul Justin 2

Kartikaye Gupta 3
Pankaj Kumar 3
Bhaskar Gogoi 3



Cultural and Dramatic Society

In college campus

SL. NO. NAME DATE & DURATION
1 Programs on Independence day – 2003 15th August 2003
2 Fresher’s night Sep – Oct 2003
3 Selection of 2003 batch for CDS membership Nov – Dec 2003
4 Programs on Republic Day – 2004 26th January 2004
5 Programs on Saraswati Puja 26th January 2004
6 Major Performances in Utkarsh’04 19th,20th & 21st March
7 Ambedkar Jayanti 14th April 2004
8 Fare-well of CDS members of 2000 batch May 2004
9 Selection of 2004 batch for CDS membership 6th & 7th November 2004

Out side college campus

SL. NO. NAME DATE & DURATION
1 Spring Fest, IIT Kharagpur January 2004
2 Program at Micheal John Auditorium, Jamshedpur January 2004
3 Jinks’ 04, NIFFT Ranchi February 2004
4 Wheel’ 04 (GET Club, Jamshedpur) February 2004




TRAINING AND PLACEMENT

Professor-in-Charge: N. K. Narain

The training and placement committee constitutes of final year student representative from all disciplines of U.G as well as P.G (Who are called Placement Coordinators and are elected by students themselves). The Placement coordinators are elected in the month of January or February when they are in their pre–final year. They work along with the final year students in the spring semester to become familiar with the process and also equip themselves with the requisite skills and culture. The committee works out policies and schedule of the activities related to summer training or internship and campus recruitment. The Committee thereafter establishes contact with the companies, allots them slots and dates that is best suited and assist them during their visit to the institute.

SUMMER TRAINING:

The 2-month summer training or industrial training at the end of 6th semester is compulsory for all UG students. The program carries academic credit. Grades are awarded on the basis of a report covering the work done and a seminar lecture. The training aims to familiarize the students with the industrial practices. The T & P section assists the departments in placement of students at major industries.

CAMPUS RECRUITMENT:

33 companies visited the campus which started in the month of July 2003 and continued throughout the academic session 2003-04.

Each company delivers a pre-placement talk (ppt) about the company, the job and the compensation etc followed by a question session in which the representative of the company answers the questions raised by the students. The recruitment procedure varies in accordance with the desire of the visiting company, which may include written test, group discussion and interview (technical and personal). In certain cases the companies seek bio-data of the students for selection at their corporate office at company’s cost.

The Pie chart below shows the placement data for the year 2003-2004.

The total number of students for recruitment for the session was 250
The total number of students placed for software jobs was 86
The total number of students placed for core jobs was 90
The total number of students that remained unplaced was 74




The Bar Chart below shows branch wise recruitment during 2003-2004



The various branches shown on X-axis are:
1.Computer Science and Engineering 6. Metallurgical and Materials Engineering
2.Electronics Engineering 7. Civil Engineering
3.Electrical Engineering 8. Master of Computer Applications
4.Mechanical Engineering 9. M. Tech. (all branches combined)
5.Production Engineering And Management.
The placement statistics for the session 2003-2004 was follows:


Sl.No. Name of the company DATE CSE ECE EE MECH MET CIVIL PROD MCA M.TECH TOTAL
1 TCS 03/07/03 4 1 2 3 1 11
2 CTS 05/07/03 3 1 1 1 4 10
3 KANBAY 07/07/03 1 2 3 1 07
4 INFOSYS 13/08/03 7 4 5 9 3 1 3 32
5 ASHOK LEYLAND 25/08/03 3 03
6 HCL PEROT 14/09/03 1 01
7 PCS 14/09/03 2 2 2 4 1 1 12
8 TATA MOTORS 19/09/03 2 1 1 04
9 TELCON 19/09/03 1 01
10 DRDO 09/10/03 2 6 2 5 1 16
11 TCIL 13/10/03 1 1 02
12 L&T 15/10/03 2 1 03
13 ESS 03/11/03 1 1 1 1 04
14 NDPL 03/12/03 5 05
15 STERLITE GROUP 05/12/03 1 2 1 1 1 06
16 ESSAR GROUP 08/12/03 2 1 03
17 VARDHMAN STEEL 15/12/03 1 1 02
18 SYNTEL 12/01/04 1 1 1 1 2 06
19 PRADAN 02/02/04 1 2 1 04
20 TATA STEEL 19/02/04 1 1 2 1 05
21 CROMPTON G.L 25/02/04 1 01
22 HCL INFYNET 14/03/04 2 02
23 JUSCO 15/03/04 1 2 1 04
24 TIMKEN 26/03/04 1 1 02
25 SKYTECH 05/04/04 1 01
26 SCOOTER INDIA 12/04/04 2 1 2 05
27 HINDALCO 26/04/04 1 01
28 IOCL 26/04/04 1 2 03
29 SIMPLEX 28/04/04 1 01
30 JAYPEE GROUP 30/04/04 2 2 2 06
31 USHA MARTIN 02/05/04 3 1 3 3 10
32 INTERNATIONAL AUTO 2 02
33 TSWP 1 1
TOTAL 19 23 34 46 14 7 22 9 2 17








NEW INITIATIVES:

New initiatives to impart better interview and group discussions handling skills are being imparted to the upcoming batches in association with the L.D.S club of the Institute
through a program named MISSION CAMPUS (wherein the final year students take organize Group Discussion and technical and personal interview to give an overview of the exact situation and to do away with the fear and anxiety of campus recruitment).

New polices for slot allotment to the companies on the basis of the company profile and the package they offer to the students so as to accommodate more and more companies are under consideration, the policy of Dream company option being the one.

THE PAST:

The Bar Chart representation of the placement records of past years are:





National Service Scheme

NSS is compulsory for all 1st and 2nd semester students and they have to qualify in the course on pass/fail basis.

Dr.Ranjit Prasad of the Department of Metallurgy and Materials Science is coordinating the NSS activity along with other faculty and TSG. NSS group has so far arranged:

1. Seminar for personality development of students organized under the banner of N.S.S., NIT, Jamshedpur in the following topic:
a. Mind management
b. Time Management
c. Yoga for Total Health
d. Blood Donation : Why?
2. Visits to villages in vicinity of the Institute with faculty team of NSS, NIT, Jamshedpur and Prof. A. K. Saha of IIT, Kharagpur for planning of community development.
3. Blood Donation Camp at the Institute campus under the banner of NSS in cooperation with Blood Bank, Jamshedpur and Voluntary Blood Donation Association of Jamshedpur.
4. Organized twice Pulse Polio Camp in the campus in cooperation with local medical department of the Government.

Hall Management Board HMB

1. The decision to form the Hall Management Board was taken in the 4th BOG meeting held on 14.1.2004. The authority and responsibility for the handling and supervision at the inter Hall level of maintenance, general amenities and the accounts of the Halls of Residence rest with the HMB. Presently, the HMB is constituted as follows:
Chairman Prof. R. R. Sharma
Co-Chairman Prof. N. K. Narain
Coordinating Warden, Mess Dr. H. L. Yadav
Coordinating Warden, Maintenance Dr. Shailendra Kumar
Coordinating Warden, Allotment Dr. A. N. Thakur
V. P. Students Gymkhana Mr. Sibasish Sinha
Students Representative Mr. Kavindra Mohan

2. The hall buildings have been fully renovated.

3. Each Hall of Residence is being managed by a Hall Executive Committee (HEC) consisting of the Warden, Assistant Wardens, President, General Secretary, and Mess, Maintenance and Cultural Secretaries together with some other representatives of the residents.

4. The names of the Halls of Residence, Wardens, Assistant Wardens and Hall Presidents are given below:

Hall of Residence Warden Assistant Wardens Hall President
A: Aryabhatta Mr. Sanjay Kumar
Mr. Ashok Kumar
Mr. Dilip Kumar (Comp) Mr.Amit Kumar
Chaudhary
B: Nirala Dr. H. L. Yadav Mr. K. D. P. Singh
Mr. Ranjeet Prasad Mr. Navin Patnayak
C: Bhabha Dr. A. N. Thakur Mr. D. K. Shaw
Mr. A. K. Singh (Phy) Mr. Arvind Kumar
Dwivedi
D: Rajendra Mr. Akhilesh Kumar Mr. H. S. Prasad
Mr. B. K. Singh (Met) Mr. Amit Kumar
Singh
E: Visvesvarya Mr. Niranjan Kumar Mr. B. Kundu Mr. Deepak Jhalani
F: Shivaji Mr. D. K. Yadav Mr. Raj Ballabh Mr. Ashutosh Prasad
G: Subhash
Chandra Mr Sanjay Mr. M. K. Sinha Mr. Pushkar Anand
H: Abul Kalam
Azad Dr. Shailendra
Kumar Mr. B. K. Singh (Comp) Mr. Anand Prakash
Girls’ Hall:
Rani Laxmi Bai Mrs. Rashmi Sinha Dr. Ms. Neeta Bharti Ms. Seema Prasad
PG Hall:
Ambedkar* Dr. R. V. Sharma - -
New Hall**:
Swami
Vivekanand
Name of Hall of Residence No. of Rooms
Aryavatt 60 (Triple Seated)
Nirala 60 (Triple Seated)
Bhabha 60 (Triple Seated)
Rajendra Prasad 60 (Triple Seated)
Vishveswaraya 125 (Single Seated)
Shubhash 125 (Single Seated)
Chatrapati Shivaji 125 (Single Seated)
Abul Kalam 134 (Single Seated)
Rani Laxmibai 45 (Double Seated)
Ambedkar 15 (Double Seated)


5. Each Hall of Residence has been provided with sufficient fund for maintenance and other necessary expenditure. Part time accountants have been placed in each Hall of Residence to process the bills and keep the account. Two auditors have also been appointed on part time basis to audit the accounts of all the Halls of Residence.

6. The water problem in the Halls of Residence is solved. The jet pumps in the tube wells, which caused problem during summer, have been replaced by submersible pumps. Aqua guards have been provided for purification of drinking water.

7. Types of food served vegetarian and Non-vegetarian

Average daily rates for food Rs. 30/-

a) Electric charge : Rs. 1000.00
b) Mess caution money: Rs. 1000.00
c) Hostel admission : Rs. 200.00
d) Hostel caution money Rs. 500.00
e) Institute caution money Rs. 2000.00
f) Mess caution money: Rs. 1000.00
g) Hostel maintenance : Rs. 1100.00

A 300 seated boys hostel is also in the process of receiving finishing touches. It has an impressive centrally located Common Hall in addition a Dining Hall. It presents an attractive façade an architectural feast for the eyes.





Campus Amenities: Dispensary, Post Office, Shopping Centre

Students enjoy the facilities of a well equipped Dispensary, a Post Office, a Bank and a Stationery Store on the immediate campus. A Medical Officer is available for the treatment of any injuries or illnesses that students may suffer from. The Post Office and Bank are strategically located to ensure that students do not suffer from any inconvenience. A Stationery store caters to the immediate needs of the students.

QUARTERS:

Details of Quarter Designation Wise:

Principal’s Bunglow - 1 no. 3498 sft 3498 sft
Prof. Quarter - 10 nos. 2050 sft. 20500 sft
A.P. Quarter(New) - 12 nos. 1800 sft 21600 sft
A.P. Quarter(Old) - 18 nos. 1700 sft 30600 sft
Lect. Quarter(Old) - 18 nos. 1527 sft 2786 sft
Lect. Quarter(single story) - 18 nos. 868 sft 15624 sft
Lect. Quarter(single story) - 10 nos. 905 sft 9050 sft
Lect. Quarter(Flat) - 40 nos. 1184 sft 47360 sft

Non-Teaching Staff:
Type (A) Officers Quarters - 8 nos. 868 sft 6944 sft
Type (B) Class III Staff Qrs. - 24 nos. 660 sft. 15840 sft
Type (B) Class III Staff Qrs. - 12 nos. 755 sft. 9060 sft.
Type (C) Class IV Staff Qrs. - 24 nos. 348 sft. 8320 sft
Type (D) Class IV Staff Qrs. (Flat type) - 12 nos. 514 sft. 6168 sft.
Type (E) Servant Qrs. - 12 nos. 234 sft 2808 sft.
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49140 sft.

Total Area 5,46,498 sft.
Plinth area of Hostel & Matrons’ Qrs. 2,92,684 sft.
Plinth area of Guest House 5,603 sft.
Plinth area of Maintenance Office 2,261 sft.
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8,47,046 sft

Building ready to be taken over:

1. Students Gymkhana 6,000 sft.
2. 300 Single Seated Boy’s Hostel 75,219 sft.
3. Library Building 32,184 sft.
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1,13,403 sft.

DETAILS OF SEATS AVAILABLE AND ADMITTED FOR STUDENTS QUALIFYING FROM SCHOOLS OR COLLEGES FROM BIHAR, JHARKHAND AND OTHER STATES FOR ADMISSION AT N.I.T. JAMSHEDPUR DURING SESSION 2003 - 2004



Branch
Institution 10
CIV 11
CSE 16
ECE 13
ELE 23
MCH 25
MET 30
PDE Total
SEAT Available Total SEAT FILLED UP Total
Seats
vacant
Andhra pradesh 1GN 1GN 1GN 1GN 1GN
1SC 1GN
1SC 1ST 9 Boys 9
Girls nil Nil
Assam 1SC - - 1GN 1GN - 1GN 4 Boys 3
Girls nil 01SC
Bihar 13GN
1GNPH
2SC
1ST 9GN
3SC 10GN
3SC 14GN
4SC
17GN
4SC
1SCPH
1ST 8GN
3SC 8GN
1GNPH
2SC 105 Boys 95
Girls 7 1GNPH
2SC
Chattisgarh 1SC 1GN - - 1GN - 1GN 4 Boys 3
Girls 1 Nil
Gujrat 1GN 1GN 1GN 1GN 1GN 1SC 1SC 7 Boys 3
Girls nil 2GN
2SC
Haryana 1GN
1ST - - - - - - 2 Boys 1
Girls nil 1 ST
Himachal Pradesh - - - - 1GN - - 1 Boys 1
Girls nil Nil
Jharkhand 5GN
1SC
2ST 4GN
1ST 4GN
1ST 5GN
1SC
1ST 7GN
1SC
3ST 5GN 4GN
1GNPH 46 Boys 42
Girls 4 Nil
Karnatka 1GN 2GN 1GN 1GNPH 1GN 1GN - 7 Boys 3
Girls nil 4GN
Kerala - 1SCPH - - 1GN 1GN 1GN 4 Boys 3
Girls nil 1SCPH
Madhya Pradesh 1GN - 1GN 1GN1ST 1GN
1GN 1SC 7 Boys 4
Girls 1 1GN
Maharastra 1GN 1GN 1GN 2GN 2GN 1ST 1GN 9 Boys 8
Girls nil 1 ST
Meghalaya 1GN - - - - - - 1 Boys 1
Girls nil Nil
Nagaland 1GN - - - - - - 1 Nil 1GN
Orissa 1ST 1GN 1GN
1SC - - - 1GN 5 Boys 4
Girls nil 1 ST
Panjab 3GN 1SC - - - 1GN - 5 Boys 2
Girls nil 2GN
1SC
Rajsthan 1GN - - 1GN
1SC 1GPH
1SC 1GN - 6 Boys 6
Girls nil Nil
Sikkim - - - - 1GN - - 1 Boys 1
Girls nil Nil
Tripura - - 1ST 1GN - - - 2 Boys 1
Girls 1 Nil
Uttarpradesh 2GN 3GN 3GN
1GPH 4GN
1SC
1ST 4GN
1SC
1ST 1GN
1SC 2GN 25 Boys 23
Girls 1 1SC
Uttaranchal - - - - - - 1GN 1 Boys 1 Nil
Mizoram - - - 1GN - - - 1 Nil 1GN


Branch
Institution 10
CIV 11
CSE 16
ECE 13
ELE 23
MCH 25
MET 30
PDE Total
SEAT Available Total SEAT FILLED UP Total
Seats
vacant
Dadar, Nagar Haveli, Goa, Daman & Diu - - - - 1GN - - 1 Boys 1
Girls nil Nil
Chandigarh and Delhi 1GN 1ST - 1GN - - - 3 Boys 3
Girls 1 Nil
Jammu & Kashmir - - - 1GN - - 1GN 2 Boys 2
Girls nil Nil
West Bengal 1GN 1GN 1GN
1SC 2GN
1SC 2GN 1GN 1GN 11 Boys 8
Girls 2 1GN
Andaman & Nicobar 1GN - - - - - - 1 Boys 1
Girls nil Nil
Tamil Nadu 1GN 1GN 1GN 1GN 1GN
1SC 1GN
1SC 1GN 9 Boys 7
Girls 1 1GN
G. Total 47 32 33 49 59 30 30 280 Boys 236
Girls 19
Total 255 14GN
7SC
3ST
1SCPH
Total 25



Student Statistics

Class Branch Admitted Passed
B. Tech (Hons) !st. yr. 2003 batch Including all branches 244 235
B. Tech (Hons) 2nd. yr. 2002 batch Civil 30 30
Electrical 49 49
Electronics 32 32
Mechanical 59 59
Production Engineering and Mgt. 23 23
Metallurgy Engineering and Materials Science 19 19
Computer Science and Engineering 31 31
Total 243 243
B. Tech (Hons) 3rd. yr. 2001 batch Civil 40 40
Electrical 53 53
Electronics 32 32
Mechanical 59 59
Production Engineering and Mangement 26 26
Metallurgy Engineering and Materials Science 17 17
Computer Science and Engineering 37 37
Total 264 264
B. Tech (Hons) 4th. yr. 2000’ batch Civil 23 23
Electrical 55 54
Electronics 39 38
Mechanical 62 57
Production Engineering and Management. 26 25
Metallurgy Engineering and Materials Science 17 17
Computer Science And Engineering 35 35
Total 257 254


M.Tech. 1st Yr. 2003’ batch (Chemistry) Surface Science. 10 10
(Electrical) Power System 14 14
(Mechanical) C.I.D.M 08 08
(Metallurgy Engineering and Materials Science) Extractive Metallurgy 04 04
Total 36 36
M.Tech. 2nd. Yr. 2002’ batch (Chemistry) Surface Science. 06
(Electrical) Power System 05
(Mechanical) C.I.D.M 06
(Metallurgy Engineering and Materials Science) Extractive Metallurgy 02
Total 19
MCA 1st yr. 2001 batch 29 29
MCA 2nd yr. 2000 batch 30 30
MCA 2nd yr. 1999 batch 23 23
Total 81 81

New Students admitted during 2003 – 04 category wise in UG Program.

State Category Boys Girls Total
Jharkhand S.C 04 02 06
Bihar 19 03 22
Ex. State 15 02 17
Total 38 07 45
Jharkhand S.T 06 00 06
Bihar 22 00 22
Ex. State 01 00 01
Total 29 00 29


Faculty Development Program:

Following faculty members of NIT, Jamshedpur have been sent on QIP program under QIP scheme.

Sl No. Name of faculty and Designation with Department Place of Ph.D under QIP Ph.D. Date of relieving for Ph.D
1. Sri Nigam Prakash,
Lecturer (Civil) I.I.T, Roorkee Ph.D 27.07.02
2. Sri Naresh Prasad,
Lecturer (Mechanical) N.I.T, Raurkela -do- 14.08.02
3. Sri Laljee Prasad,
Lecturer (Mechanical) I.I.T, Roorkee -do- 27.07.03
4. Sri Amaresh Kumar,
Lecturer (Production) Jadavpur Univ., Kolkata -do- 26.08.02
5. Sri A.K.Akela,
Lecturer Electrical) I.I.T, Roorkee -do- 27.07.02
6. Sri Ashok Kumar,
Lecturer (Metallurgy I.I.T, Kharagpur. -do- 23.07.02
7. Sri Prahalad Prasad,
Lecturer(Appl Mech.) I.I.T, Roorkee -do- 25.7.03
8 Sri B.K.Singh,
Lecturer (Civil) S.G.S.I.T.S, Indore. -do- 11.08.03
9. Sri K.B.Yadav,
Lecturer (Electrical) I.I.T, Roorkee -do- 08.08.03
10. Sri S.S.Prasad,
Lecturer (Electronics) Jadavpur Univ. Kolkata -do- 09.07.04
11. Sri S.B.Prasad,
Lecturer(Production) I.I.T, Roorkee -do- 23.07.04
12. Sri C.S.Choudhary,
Lecturer (Metallurgy I.I.T, Madras -do- 16.08.04

The following non-teaching staff had been deputed for training:

R. P. Prasad
Assistant Registrar (E) New Delhi Seniority and promotion in CCS’s and Central Autonomous bodies 16.10.03– 20.10.03
T. K. Kar
Jr. Accounts Clerk New Delhi Cash Accounts and Budgeting 19.11.03- 23.11.03


NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY JAMSHEDPUR
Staff position
Class-III

S. No. Name of the Post Scale of
Pay Name of the Present
incumbent & Deptt.
where working. Educational
qualification
of incumbent.
1. Accountant 5000-175-9000 X
2. Asst. Accountant 5000-150-8000 X X
3. Store Accountant 5000-150-8000 X X
4. Cashier 5000-150-8000 X X
5. Asstt. Cashier 4500-125-7000 X X
6. Auditor 5500-175-9000 X X
7. Asstt. Auditor 5000-175-8000 X X
8. Sr. Acctts. Clerk 4500-125-7000 X X

9. Jr. Account Clerk 4500-125-7000 1. Sri. Hikim Sahu, Acctts. Sec. Matric
2. Sri. N.M. Mahto, Acctts. Sec. B.A.
3. Sri. D.P. Srivastava, Acctts. Sec. Matric
4. Sri. N.M. Mukhi, Acctts. Sec. B.Com
5. Sri. Thakur Mardi, Acct. Sec. B.Com
6. Sri. Khageshwar Mahato, Acctts. Sec. B.Sc.
7. Sri. N.K. Jha, A.E. Sec. B.Com.
8. Sri. T.K. Kar, Central Store, B.Sc.
9. Sri. Arun Pandit, Account Sec. M.Com.
S.N. 9, Against Asst. Acctts
10. Sr. Audit Clerk 4500-125-7000 X

11. Head Asstt. 5000-175-8000 X X

12. Jr. Audit Clerk 4500-125-7000 1. Sri. Murlidhar Behra, A/C Sec. B.Com.

13. Asstt. 5000-175-8000 X

14. U.D.C. 4500-125-7000 1. Sri. Lalan Prasad, Met. Engg. Matric
2. Sri. S.L. Jha, Elect. Engg. Matric
3. Sri. S.K. Behra, Vehicle Sec. Matric
4. Sri. M.L. Singh, Central Store Matric
5. Sri. Nirmal Singh, Mech. Engg. Matric

15. L.D.C. 4500-125-7000 1. Sri. Hari Ram, Physics Matric
2. Sri. R.N. Jha, Prod. Engg. Inter
3. Sri. S.N. Mishra, A.P. Section Matric
4. Sri. Lekh Chandra, A.P. Section B.Com
5. Sri. N.L. Rajak, Acad. Sec. B.Com.
6. Sri. B.K. Kalindi, Estate Sec. B.Com.
7. Sri. Manoj Kumar Prasad, Acad. Sec. B.Com.
8. Sri. Raj Kumar Baitha, Esstt. Sec. B.A.

16. Reception Clerk 4500-125-7000 1. Sri. Arjun Kumar Singh, Comp. Sc. B.A.

17. Routine Clerk (UDC) 4500-125-7000 X X

18. Library Clerk 4500-125-7000 1. Sri. Tarkeshwar Kumar, Estate Sec. B.Com.
19. Store Typist 4500-125-7000 X X
20. Sr. Stenographer 5000-150-8000 X X
21 Jr.
Stenographer 4500-125-
7000 1. Sri R.K. L. Das, A/ Mech. Dept I. Sc.
2. Sri A. Sanyal, director Office B.Sc.

22. P.T.I. 5000-150-
8000 1. Sri Jagdish Singh, A.P. Sec B.Sc.

23. Draftsman 4500-125-
7000 1. Sri Nawal Kishore A.E. Sect. Matric &Diploma In Civil Engg.
24. Overseer/ Asstt. Engg. 5000-150-
8000 X
25. Sanitary Inspector 4000-100-
6000 1. Sri Baliram Kumar, Estate Sec B.A.
26. Care- Taker 4000-100-
6000 X
27 Record Keeper 4500-125-
7000 X
28. Store-keeper 4500-125-
7000 1. Sri Bansilal Sardar, Elect. I.Com
2. Sri Chaman Lal Acad. Section. B.Com

29. Bus- Driver 4000-100-6000 1. Sri Kailash Jha, Vehicle Sec. Non-Matric
2. Sri Sanjay Kr. Sinha, Vehicle Sec. Matric
3. Sir K.P. Singh, Vehicle Sec. N.- Matric

30. Pick-Up Drive 4000-100-6000 1. Sri Hemant Sal, Vehicle Sec. IX Pass

31. Compounder 3200-85-4900 1. Sri K. K. Bharitia, Med. Section I.A.
32. Pathological Lab. 3200-85-4900 X
33. Dresser 3200-85-4900 X
34. Nurse 3200-85-4900 X
35. Head Mali 3200-85-4900 X
36. Electrician 3200-85-4900 1. Sri P.N. Prasad, E&R.M. N.-Matric
2. Sri Mangal Kalindi, E&R.M. N-Matric
3. Sri S.S. Ram, E&R.M. N- Matric
4. Sri Choudhary Sharma, E&R.M. N. Matric

CIVIL ENGINEERING
37. Draftsman 4500-125-7000 X X
38. Lab. Mech. 4500-125-7000 X
39. S.K. Cum-Clerk 4500-125-7000 (on Compassionate Ground 1. Sri S.K. Gupta, Electronics B.Com
40. Lab. Assistant 4000-100-6000 1. Md. A Quaiyum B.Sc.
2. Sri R. C. Mardi B.Sc. (Hons.)

41. Typist clerk 4500-125-7000 1. Sri Dasharath Singh-
T & Placement B.A.

42. Mason 3200-85-4900 1. Sri A. K. Das, civil Engg. Matric
Electrical Engg.
43. Instrument Mech. 4500-125-7000 1.
X
44. Lab. Mech. 4500-125-7000 1.
X
45. S.K. Cum-Clerk 4000-100-6000(on Compassionate Ground 1. Sri R.K. Pramanik, Mech, Engg. M.Com
46. Typist clerk 4000-100-6000 (on Compassionate Ground 1. Smt. S. Tanty, Esstt. Section M.Sc.
47. Lab. Assistant 400-100-6000 X
Metallurgical Engg.
48. Draftsman 4500-125-7000 X

49. Lab. Mech. 4500-125-7000 1. Md. N.A. Khan, Met.Engg. Deptt. Matric

50. S.K.Cum-Clerk 4500-125-7000 1. Sri Mahesh Rajak, Esstt. Section B. Com

51. Typist Clerk 4500-125-7000 1. Sri Suman Kumar, Workshop B.A/M.B.A.

52. Demonstrator 1700-3000 (Pre Revised) 1. Sri S.N. Singh Diploma (Mech. Engg.)
Post Graduate Course
53. Tech-Photographer 4000-6000 X
54. Lab. Assistant 400-100-6000
Geology
56. Section-Cutter-cum-S.K. 4500-125-7000 1. Sri Anil Kumar, Physics B.Sc.
57. Lab. Assistant 400-100-6000 X
Applied Mech. Deptt.
58. Draftsman 4500-125-7000 X
59. Lab. Mech. 4500-125-7000 1. Sri K.C. Mahto/Mech. Matric
60. S.K.Cum-Clerk 4500-125-7000 1. Sri M.K. Mahto, Central Store B.A
61. Typist Clerk 4500-125-7000 X
Physics Deptt.
62. S.K.Cum-Clerk 4500-125-7000 X
63. Typist Clerk 4500-125-7000 1. Sri Nabo Kishore Mahto, Lib. M.Com
Chemistry Deptt. X
64. Glass Blower 400-100-6000 X
65. S.K.Cum-Clerk 4500-125-7000 1. Shailesh Kumar, A.E. Section B.Com
68. Typist Clerk 4500-125-7000 1. Sri Sanjay Chatterjee, Registrar’s Office B.Com
69. Lab. Assistant 400-100-6000 X
X


S. No. Name of the Post Scale of
pay Name of the Present
incumbent & Deptt.
where working. Educational
qualification
of incumbent.
Mathematics
70. Typist Clerk 4500-125-7000 1. Sri S.N. Yadav, Civil Engg. B.Sc
Humanities
71. Typist Clerk 4500-125-7000 1. Sri S.N. Sharma, Chemistry Matric
Mechanical Engg.
72. Tracer 4000-100-6000 X
73. B.P.M.O. 3200-85-4900 X
74. Boiler Attd. 4500-125-7000 1. Sri Kamesh Jha, Bib. Section Matric
75. Fireman 4000-100-6000 X
76. Engine Driver I/C 4000-100-6000 X
77. Engine Driver 4000-100-6000 X
78. Draftsman 4500-125-7000 X
79. Lab. Mech. 4500-125-7000 X
80. S.K.Cum-Clerk 4500-125-7000 1. Sri Urmilesh Jha, Central Store B. A.
81. Typist Clerk 4500-125-7000
82. Programmer Cum-Operator CAD/CAM 4500-125-7000 X
83 Lab. Assistant 400-100-6000 1. Vacant
2. Sri T.K. Mishra. B.Sc.
Electronics Deptt.
84. Computer Operator 4500-125-7000 X
85. Office-Clerk- cum Typist 4000-100-6000(on compassionate Ground) 1. Miss Boby Kumari, Esstt. Sec. B.Sc.
86. Tech. Assistant 5500-175-9000 X
87. Store-Keeper 4500-125-7000 1. Sri Naresh Kr. Pathak, Workshop B.A.
Computer Sc. & Engg.
88. Computer Operator 4500-125-7000 X
89. Office-Cum- Typist 4000-100-6000(on compassionate Ground) 1. Sri Sudhansu Sekhar, Math B.Sc.
90 Store-Keeper 4500-125-7000 1. Sri R.P. Sinha, Met. Engg. B.Sc.
91. Tech. Assistant 5500-175-9000 1. Sri Sudhir Kumar Sinha B.Sc. (Hons)


S. No. Name of the Post Scale of
pay Name of the Present
incumbent & Deptt.
where working. Educational
qualification
of incumbent.
Production Engg.
92. Computer Operator 4500-125-7000 X
93. Office Clerk-Cum- Typist 4000-100-6000 X
94. Store-Keeper 4500-125-7000 X
95. Tech. Assistant 5500-175-9000 X
D.C.A.
96. Computer Operator/Data Entry Operator 4500-125-7000 X
97. Office Clerk-Cum- Typist 4000-100-6000 (on compassionate Ground) 1. Sri Ashutosh Ranjan, Comp. Center B.A.
98. Store-Keeper 4500-125-7000 1. Sri Shailesh Kr. Roy M.C.A. B.Com
99. Tech. Assistant 5500-175-9000 X
Computer Centre
100. Computer Operator/Data Entry Operator 4500-125-7000 1. Sri Bipin Kr. Sinha M.C.A. B.Sc.
101. Office Clerk-Cum- Typist 4500-125-7000 X
102. Store-Keeper 4500-125-7000 X
103. Tech. Assistant 5500-175-9000 X
Workshop
104. Mech. ‘A’ 4500-125-7000 1. Sri A.K. Sahu, Workshop N.- Matric
4500-125-7000 2. Sri Upendra Mandal, Workshop I.T.I.
4500-125-7000 3. Sri Rajendra Modi, Workshop Pre-Univ.
4500-125-7000 4. Sri Lalan Sharma, Workshop Matric

105. Mech. ‘B’ 4500-125-7000 1. Sri Mahendra Tiwary Workshop Matric
4500-125-7000 2. Sri Baldeo Pramanic, Workshop Matric
4500-125-7000 3. Sri H.K. Ghosh, Workshop N. – Matric
4500-125-7000 4. Sri K.K. Chakraborty, Workshop I.Sc.
106. Mech. ‘C’ 4000-100-6000 1. Sri Kishun Prasad, Workshop N. – Matric
4000-100-6000 2. Sri Rabindra Pd., Vehicle Sec. Matric
4000-100-6000 3. Sri Satyadeo Singh, Vehicle Sec. Matric
4000-100-6000 4. Sri Sanjeev kr. Elect. Engg. I.Sc.
4000-100-6000 5. Sri Gupteshwar Prasad, A.C. Sec. Matric
4000-100-6000 6. Sri Sanjay Kr. Physics I.A.
4000-100-6000 7. Sri Madan Pd. Sinha, E & M.R. I. A.
4000-100-6000 8. Sri P.K. Mal, E & M.R. I. A.
107. Sr. Store Keeper 5000-150-8000 X
108. S.K. Cum-Clerk 4500-125-7000 1. Sri Gopaljee Ram, Central Store B.Com
109. Typist Cum-Clerk 4500-125-7000 X
P.H.E.D.
110 Supervisor 5000-150-8000 X
111. Plumbing Mistry 4000-100-6000 X
Library Section
112. Cataloger 5000-150-8000 X
113. Classifier 5000-150-8000 X
114. Reprographic Asstt. 4500-125-7000 X
Maintenance of Civil Work.
115. Carpenter 4000-100-6000 X
116. General fitter 4000-100-6000 X
117. Mason 3200-85-4900 X
Office of The Chief Warden
118. S.K. Cum-Acctts. 4500-125-7000 X
119. Typist Clerk 4500-125-7000 X


Security
120. Care-Taker 4000-100-6000 X
Office of Dean
121. Stenographer 4500-125-7000 X
122. Clerk 4500-125-7000 X
Additional Post of Acct. Sec.
123. Asstt. Acctts. 5000-150-8000 X
124. Acctts. Clerk 4500-125-7000 X
Post for Chairman Office
125. Jr. Stenographer, (Adhoc) 4500-125-7000 X
Training & Placement
126. Typist Clerk 4500-125-7000 X
127. Asstt. 5000-150-8000 X
128. Jr. Stenographer 4500-125-7000 X




NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY,
JAMSHEDPUR.

CLASS IV

1 2 3 4 5
S. No. Name of the Post Scale of pay Name of the Present incumbent & Deptt. Where working. Educational qualification of present incumbent.
1 2 3 4 5
1. Library Attd. 2650-4000 1. Sri G.C. Mahto, Lib., Matric
2650-4000 2. Smt. S. Pradhan Lib, Matric
2650-4000 3. Vacant

2. Treasure Guard 2650-4000 1. Vacant
2650-4000 2. Vacant

3. Sweeper Mate 2650-4000 1. Vacant

Watchman 2550-3200 1. Sri Hem Sagar Gope, Estate Sec. Literate
2550-3200 2. Sri Biram Manjhi, Estate Sec. Literate

4. Daftari 2650-4000 1. Sri Sandeep Kumar, Academic Sec. I.A
2650-4000 2. Sri V.P. Mahto A/C Matric
2650-4000 3. Vacant

5. Cleaner 2550-3200 1. Sri M. Mahto, Vehicle Sec. Literate
2550-3200 2. Sri M. Tanty, Vehicle Sec. Literate
2550-3200 3. Sri Surjeet Singh, Vehicle Sec. Literate
2550-3200 4. Sri Lakshman Kr. Singh Vehicle Sec Matric
6. Store Attendant 2550-3200 1. Sri Sheo Charan Kr. D/Office Literate
2550-3200 2. Sri Prabhat Kr., Esstt. Sec. Matric

7. Medical Attendant 2550-3200 1. Sri P.C. Mahto, Med. Sec. Literate
2550-3200 2. Sri Vishal Kumar, Central Store Matric
2550-3200 3. Vacant
8. Peon/Darwan/Choukidar/ Mali/ Mazdoor
2550-3200 1. Sri M.K. Das, Acad. Sec. B.A.
2550-3200 2. Sri Banmali Sardar Estate Sec. Literate
2550-3200 3. Sri Radha Nath Mahto A.P Sec. Literate
2550-3200 4. Sri Dhani Ram Mahto Acad. Sec. Literate
2550-3200 5. Sri Mihir Ch. Pradhan, Estate Sec. Literate
2550-3200 6. Sri Jouhari Sahani, Estate Sec. Literate
2550-3200 7. Sri Akhil Pradhan, Girl Hostel Literate
2550-3200 8. Sri Bahadur Mahto, Comp. Sc. Literate
2550-3200 9. Sri Ramesh Ram, Hostel-G Literate
2550-3200 10. Sri Kisto Manjhi, Estate Sec. Literate
2550-3200 11. Sri Bucchu Jha, A.E. Sec. N. –Matric
2550-3200 12. Sri Santosh Sardar, Estate Sec. Literate
2550-3200 13. Sri P.K. Dutta, Physics Deptt. Literate
2550-3200 14. Sri Prahalad Singh Munda, Estate Sec. Literate
2550-3200 15. Sri G.C. Das, Prod. Engg. Literate
2550-3200 16.Sri Anup Kumar, Comp. Sc. Matric
2550-3200 17. Smt. A. Kujur, Esstt. Sec. N. – Matric
2550-3200 18 Sri Ruhi Manjhi, Physics Literate
2550-3200 19. Sri Shankar Pradhan, Hostel-G Literate
2550-3200 20. Sri Niraj Kr. Singh, Estate Sec. Inter
2550-3200 21. Sri Kameshwar Roy, Elect. Engg. Deptt Literate
22. Vacant
23. Vacant
24. Vacant
9. Mazdoor 2550-3200 1. Sri Dukhit Ram, Central Store Literate
2550-3200 2. Sri S.K. Pradhan, Estate Sec. Literate
2550-3200 3. Sri K.D. Goswami, M.C.A. Literate
2550-3200 4. Sri Triloki Singh, Estate Sec. Literate
2550-3200 5. Sri Sakhi Ch. Mahto, Estate Sec. Literate
2550-3200 6. Sri A-shraf Hussain, Acad. Sec. Literate
2550-3200 7. Sri Panda Pradhan, Esstt. Sec. Literate
2550-3200 8. Sri Manohar Sardar, A/C Sec. Literate
2550-3200 9. Sri Fantu, Spots Sec. Literate
2550-3200 10 Sri Trilochan Pradhan, Director Office Literate
2550-3200 11. Sri Gopi Pradhan, Acctts. Sec. Literate
2550-3200 12. Sri Mohan ram Mahto, Central Store Literate
2550-3200 13. Sri Rabi Mahto, A.E. Section Literate
2550-3200 14. Sri Ranglal Mahto, A.E. Section Literate
2550-3200 15. Sri Shristidhar Mahto, Met.Engg. Non- Matric
2550-3200 16. Sri Harkhu Machua, A.E. Section I Literate
2550-3200 17. Smt. Sugga Devi, A.E. Section I Literate

1o. Sweeper 2550-3200 1. Sri Suresh Mukhi, Hostel-E I Literate
2550-3200 2. Sri Lush Mukhi, Estate Sec. Literate
2550-3200 3. Sri Shib Charan Mukhi, Hostel-B Literate
2550-3200 4. Sri Nandu Mukhi, (Under suspension) H-‘B’ Literate
2550-3200 5. Sri FulChand Mukhi, Hostel ‘A’ Literate
2550-3200 6. Sri Nagen Mukhi, Hostel-H Literate
2550-3200 7. Sri Milu Mukhi, Estate Sec. Literate
2550-3200 8. Sri Subhash Mukhi, Hostel-F Literate
2550-3200 9. Sri Krishna Mukhi, Estate Sec. Literate
2550-3200 10. Sri Bir Pd. Mukhi, Math. Deptt. Literate
2550-3200 11. Sri Bishambhar Mukhi Estate Sec. Literate
2550-3200 12. Sri Kala Sona Mukhi, Estate Sec. Literate
2550-3200 13. Sri Hagru Mukhi Estate Sec. Literate
2550-3200 14. Sri Bihari Mukhi, Estate Sec. Literate
2550-3200 15. Sri Rabi Mukhi-I, Estate Sec. Literate
2550-3200 16. Sri Bideshi Mukhi-I, Estate Sec. Literate
2550-3200 17. Sri Ravi Mukhi-II, Estate Sec. Literate
2550-3200 18. Sri Arjun Mukhi, Estate Sec. Literate
2550-3200 19. Sri Ganesh Shrestha, P.G. Hostel Matric
2550-3200 20. Mss. Chepi, Estate Sec. I Literate
2550-3200 21. Smt. Devi Mukhi, Estate Sec. I literate
2550-3200 22.Sri Mahesh Mukhi, Hostel –B I Literate
2550-3200 23. Smt. Shanti Mukhi, Girls Hostel I literate
2550-3200 24. Sri Bideshi Mukhi-II Estate Sec./ I Literate
25. Vacant

11 Elect. Helper 2550-3200 1. Sri B.P. Sarangi, E.M.R. Matric
2550-3200 2. Sri J.P Gupta, E.M.R. Inter
2550-3200 3. Sri Bhola Prasad, E.M.R. Literate
2550-3200 4. Sri Bankey Mishra, E.M.R. Non- Matric
2550-3200 5. Sri M.N.Kaibarta, E.M.R. Literate
12. Civil Engg
Lab Attendant 2550-3200 1. Sri B.C. Gorai, Civil Engg. Non-Matric
2550-3200 2. Sri Ram Narayan Prasad, Civil Engg. Matric
2550-3200 3. Sri Yogeshwar Mahto, Civil Engg. Matric
2550-3200 4. Sri Damu Tiue, Civil Engg. Literate
2550-3200 5. Vacant

Office Attendant 2550-3200 1. Sri Ram Awadh Ram, P.H.E. Section Literate
2550-3200 2. Sri Chhote Lal Soren, Esstt. Section Matric

Mazdoor 2550-3200 1. Sri R.C.Mahato, Civil N-Matric

13. Electrical Engg.
Lab. Attendant 2550-3200 1. Sri Chandra Sekhar, Elect. Engg Literate
2550-3200 2. Sri Krishna Rajak, Elect. Engg. Matric
2550-3200 3. Sri Manohar Mahto, Elect. Engg. Matric
2550-3200 4. Sri Binod Kr. Satpathy, Comp. Centre Matric
2550-3200 5. Vacant

Office Attendant 2550-3200 1. Sri Deo Kr. Mahto, Elect, Engg. Literate
2550-3200 2. Sri Makhan Lal Electronics Non-Matric
14. Mech. Engg. Department
Lab. Attendant 2550-3200 1. Sri S.P. Sarkar, Mech. Engg. Literate
2550-3200 2. Sri Dilip Kr. Mahto Mech. Engg. Literate
2550-3200 3. Sri Anukul Kumhar, Dean Office Matric
2550-3200 4. Vacant
2550-3200 5. Vacant

Office Attendant 2550-3200 1. Sri Bhubneshwar Mahto, Mech. Engg. Literate
2550-3200 2.Sri Bhola Nath, Estate Sec. Literate
2550-3200 3. Sri Ram Raksha Mahto, Mech. Engg. Literate
2550-3200 4. Sri Deo Narayan Mahto, Computer Centre I.A
15. Met. Engg. Deptt.
Lab Attendant 2550-3200 1. Sri Bihari Lal, Met Engg. Literate
2550-3200 2. Sri P.B. Paswan, Met. Engg. Literate
2550-3200 3. Sri Parmeshwar Mahto, Met Engg. Literate
2550-3200 4. Sri S.S. Mandal, Met. Engg. Literate
2550-3200 5. Vacant

Office Attendant 2550-3200 1. Sri B.C. Das, Met. Engg. Literate
2550-3200 2. Sri N.K. Rajak A/C Section Matric
16. Applied Mech.
Lab. Attendant 2550-3200 1. Sri A.K. Das, A / Mech. Literate
2550-3200 2 Sri C.B. Ram, A/Mech Literate
2550-3200 3. Sri M.S. Munda, A/Mech. Literate
2550-3200 4. Sri Dilip Mahali, Workshop Literate

Office Attendant 2550-3200 1. Sri Chanchala Pradhan, A/Mech. I literate
2550-3200 2. Sri JyotiLal Singh, Hostel-B I literate
17. Physics Deptt.
Lab. Attd. 2550-3200 1.Sri M.S.Pati, A.E.Section Matric
2.Sri Manoj Kumar Jha, Computer Center. Inter
3. Sri Abdesh Rajak, Hostel – ‘G’ Illiterate

Office Attd. -do- 1. Sri Kalu Nayak, Electronics Deptt. -do-

18. Chemistry Deptt.
Lab Attd. -do- 1.Sri Bharat Singh, Computer Center Literate
2. Vacant
3. Vacant

Office Attd. -do- 1. Sri Suresh Pradhan, Asstt. Proctor office Literate
19 Mathematics Deptt.
Office Attd. -do- 1. Sri Ambika Ram, Maths Deptt. Literate
2. Sri Bhagirath Mahato/C Section Literate
20. Geology Deptt.
Lab Attd. -do- 1. Sri Chandreshwar Singh, Met. Engg. Literate

21. Humanities Deptt. -do- 1. Sri R.N.Rout, Prod. Engg. Literate
2. Sri S.N.Mahato, Lib. Section Non-Matric
22 Workshop
Office Attd. 2550-3200 1. Sri Charan Gorai, Literate
2.Vacant

Mazdoor -do- 1. Sri Salkhu Hansda Illiterate
2. Sri M.M.Ekka -do-
3. Sri Rajendra Rajak -do-
4. Sri Rajesh Kumar Non-Matric
5. Sri Kashi Prasad Literate

23. Hostel Choukidar -do- 1. Sri Sanatan Nayak, Hostel ‘B’ Illiterate
2.Sri Kamal Kant Das, Hostel “B” -do-
3. Sri S.S.Sahu, Estate Section -do-
4. Sri Janmajay Sardar, P.G.Hostel -do-
5. Sri Murli Mahato, Estate Section -do-
6. Vacant
7. Vacant
8. Vacant
24. Hostel Darwan -do- 1.Sri Bimal Pandit Hostel “C” -do-
2.Sri Gora Chand Mahto, Hostel “F” -do-
3. Sri Suraj Kumar, Estate Section Literate
4. Sri Lal Mohar Singh, Hostel “A” Illiterate
5.Sri NitishDas, Director Office Literate(N.M)
6. Sri Dayamay Prajapati, Hostel “G” Illiterate
7. Vacant

25. Hostel Sweeper -do- 1. Sri Kishun Manjhi, Hostel “F” -do-
2. Sri Deo Raj Ho, Hostel “H” -do-
3. Sri Karmu Mahato, Estate Section -do-
4. Sri Ghashi Ram Mahto, Hostel “C” -do-
5. Sri Budheshwar Mahto, Hostel “G” -do-
6. Sri Nagen Mahato, Estate Section -do-
7. Sri Ugrsen Mukhi, Hostel “D” -do-
8. Sri Kali Pad Sardar, Hostel “C” -do-
9. Sri Mohan Mahto, Hostel “E” -do-
10.Sri Jay Singh Mukhi, Hostel “A” -do-
11. Sri Pahar Singh Mukhi, Hostel “F” -do-
12. Sri Sita Ram Mukhi, Hostel “G” -do-
13 Sri Sarad Mukhi, Hostel “A” -do-
14. Sri Mangal Mukhi, Hostel “D” -do-
15. Sri Ramesh Mukhi, Estate Section -do-
16.Smt. Saro, A.E.Section -do-
17. Sri Sukur Mani, A.E.Section -do-
18. Sri Jitendra Sardar, A.E.Section -do-
19. Smt. Singo, Girls Hostel -do-
20. Sri Devendra Mahato, A.E.Section -do-
21.Sri Vijay Singh, Hostel “E” -do-
22. Smt. Sunaina Devi, Lib. Section -do-
23. Smt. Belmati Devi,(G.H) -do-
24. Smt. Padmabati Devi, Lib.Section -do-
25. Sri M.L.Yadav, P.H.E.Section Non-Matric
26. Sri Khokha Ram Mahto, Hostel “D” Illiterate
27. Smt Kanchan Devi,(G.H) -do-
28. Smt. RaiMani Devi, Esstt. Section -do-
29. Sri Haldhar Sardar, Estate Section -do-
30. Smt. Sachini Devi, Estate Section -do-
31 Sri Dharmendra Mardi, Electronics Inter
32 Sri Banerjee Tanty, Computer Sc. Literate
33. Smt. Bistu Devi, Estate Section Illiterate
34.Sri Jouhar Mukhi, Estate -do-
35.Sri Basant Mukhi, Estate Section -do-
36. Vacant
37. Vacant

26 Post Graduate Course
Met. Engg.
Lab Attd. 2550-3200 1. Sri Dina Nath Prasad, Met. Engg. Matric
2. Sri Biram Manjhi, Estate Section Illiterate
3. Sri Giri Pradhan, E.M.R Literate

27. Jamadar -do- 1. Vacant
2. Vacant

28. Attd. Cum Cook 2650-4000 1. Sri Nagen Paira, Guest House Illiterate

29 Plumbing Helper 2550-3200 1. Sri HiraLal Mahanty, P.H.E Non-Matric
2. Vacant
3. Vacant
4. Vacant

30 Chairman Peon -do- 1. Vacant

31. Record Supplier -do- 1. Sri Kamlesh Das, Cash Section Matric
32. Computer Center
Lab Attd. -do- 1. Sri Suresh Prasad, E.M.R Literate
33. Guest House
Mali -do- 1. Sri Gopal Murmu, Estate Section Illiterate
Darwan -do- 1. Sri Bhola Prasad Yadav, Estate Section Matric
2. Sri Matbar Sardar, Estate Section Literate
3. Sri MotiLal Gour,Estate Section -do-

Janitor Operator Under Guest House 2650-4000 1. Vacant

34 Civil Maintenance Helper 2550-3200 1. Sri Rudra Mukhi, Hostel “F” -do-
2. Sri Basu Gour, Estate Section -do
3. Sri Sarbeshwar Mukhi,Estate Section -do-
4. Sri Gurwa Mukhi, Estate Section -do-
5. Sri Chandramohan Mukhi, Esstt. Section -do-

35 Library Attd. New 2650-4000 1. Vacant
2. -do-

36. Office Attd. Chief Warden 2550-3200 1. Sri Santosh Bahadur, Hostel “H” Literate

37 Electronics Deptt.
Lab Attd. -do- 1. Sri Bidya Sagar Gupta, Electronics Matric
Office Attd. -do- 1. Sri Aditya Mahali, Computer Center Literate

38 Prod. Engg. & Mgt. Deptt.
Lab Attd. -do- 1. Sri Raghunath Mukhi, Prod. _do-
Office Attd. -do- 1. Sri Anand Kumar, Physics Deptt. Matric

39 D.C.A
Lab Attd. -do- 1.Sri Sunil Gour, Estate Section Literate
Office Attd. -do- 1. Sri Anand Pradhan, Library Literate

40 New Girls Hostel
Hostel Choukidar -do- 1. Sri Mathura Sardar, Estate Section -do-
2. Sri R.K.Jha, Estate Section -do-
3. Sri Tapan Mahato, Estate Section -do-
4. Sri Bimal Gour, Estate Section -do-
Sweeper -do- 1. Sri Parmath Mukhi, Estate Section -do-
2. Smt. Saraswati Mukhi, Electrical -do-

41 Computer Science
Lab Attd. -do- 1. Sri Aditya Satpathy, Comp. Sc. Matric
Office Attd. -do- 1. Sri Babloo Sardar, Electronics Literate

42 CAD/CAM
Lab Attd. -do- 1.Sri Santosh Mandal, Civil Engg. -do-

43. T.P.S.W
Office Attd. -do- 1. Sri Bhaskar Pradhan, Estate Section -do-


Performance Audit

Infra-structure:

Location and status at the start of the report Status at the end of the report period (June 04) Comments
Halls of Residence were in bad state of disrepair and had not been maintained for a long time Most of the Halls have been renovated. The work had focused on civil work in bathrooms, living rooms, corridors, common room and mess and related electrical work The renovation of cooking and food service could not be taken up during the FY due to management problems. The repair work done may not last long as no subsequent routine maintenance work had been put in place
Academic complex
The academic complex needed extensive maintenance as no maintenance work had been done in a long time The work on the academic complex was taken up after the work in the Hostels had progressed substantially. The tender was finalized in December 2003 and work started thereafter. While Civil work on the external surfaces were completed during the period under report, civil and electrical work inside the departments were not done to a significant extent. The delay, especially in executing electrical work, was caused due to lack of qualified personnel who can plan and estimate the work to be done. Archaic rules of the Institute in passing of bills for payment also led to substantial delay. There are few electrical contractors who can execute the work in Jamshedpur and hence allotment of work was delayed

Interference from local groups in extortion of fund from contractors have led to slowing down of work substantially
Horticulture, lands and grounds Some trees were planted and tree guards were procured and installed Plantation will be taken up during the next rainy season
Maintenance of Institute quarters Work could not be taken up on a large scale due to lack of fund in FY 03-04 Fund had been sanctioned in FY 04-05 but work could not be taken up due procedural delays


Location and status at the start of the report Status at the end of the report period (June 04) Comments
Laboratory Infrastructure and facilities
The laboratories were almost non-functional with age-old equipment. There was no proper asset register. Electrical and civil work was urgently required. Class rooms were in need of repair, blackboards and chairs needed replacement. The work was taken up but since the work period clashed with regular class period, it was difficult to take up the work at one go. The progress of the work was severely hampered.
Asset register was prepared for all departments but the write-off of old and unserviceable equipment is yet to be done The pace of work was very slow as the departments could not focus on their needs. They did not wish to get involved also and wanted things done centrally which was taking time. Lack of manpower and lack of faculty involvement at the planning level was a severe problem
Upgradation of equipment and laboratories
The laboratories had
inadequate and out dated equipment and large scale upgradation was required Fund was made available to Departments and faculty liberally; only a few departments made use of it. The road map for development was not there and could not be generated due to apathy on the part of department
Additional fund through TEQIP was received but no purchase was done as the departments could not plan their growth and decide on the removal of obsolescence Faculty and departments were extremely reluctant to handle purchase proposals or even think of procurement - given the history of vigilance cases that Institute faced in the past. This situation prevailed even though purchase procedures existent at nearest IIT KGP was promulgated by the BOG as early as July 03. The archaic accounts and stores procedure was a big stumbling block
Upgradation of computer and computational facility
The Institute had about 100 Pentium III PCs and the working local network at the computer centre 260 computers, 20 servers and large numbers of UPS were procured. About 80 computers were placed at the Computer Centre and the rest were sent to departments for their computer laboratories While the computers were tested and installed in Computer Centre and a few other departments, the computers and servers could not be installed at many departments. This was due to lack of adequate ‘clean’ spaces, proper power supply and earthing which was due to lack of manpower


Location and status at the start of the report Status at the end of the report period (June 04) Comments
Library
The library had not procured books in the last 3 years to any significant extent. The library hours were also short and students complained of lack of access to books. Books worth Rs. 50 lakhs were procured by the library. However, many of the books could not be put on racks due to lack of space. Manual book issue procedure continued - leading to sub-optimal performance.
The library hours were however increased from 08:00 hours to 22:00 hrs through shift duty The library needs larger space, automation of library services, better trained staff. The present staff are mainly group D. The requisition from the departments are very slow.
It is hoped that the new library building will be fully constructed and ready for take over in 04-05. Sufficient funds are available under TEQIP for new book acquisition and automation.
Computer Centre
The center was fully functional with dial-in facility. However, the academic demand on increasing computational facility was heavy and the WAN needed to be upgraded About 80 new PCs and 5 servers were added to the computer center for laboratories. Orders were placed for WAN connection but it could not be fully implemented due to regulatory network formalities. 512 kBps link was made functional using V-sat but the functioning left much to be desired.
The center is ready with banks of new servers and PCs for the GBPs LAN that has been ordered. It would connect departments, including faculty rooms, library and administrative offices The order for the LAN and WAN was placed with much difficulty due to procedural problems. The equipment have arrived and will be installed during 04-05. The work on networking the academic campus through voice calls is also to be installed at the same time. The work on extending the LAN facilities to student and academic campus has been planned.

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Administrative Setup

Shri Kapil Sibal
Hon'ble Union Minister of Science & Technology and Earth Sciences Office Address Anusandhan Bhawan
2, Rafi Marg, New Delhi - 110 001
Tel: 91-11-23316766,91-11-23714230,
91-11-23311068,91-11-23321681/82.
Fax: 91-11-23316745

E-mail kapilsibal at hotmail dot com, kapil at kapilsibal dot com
PS to Minister Shri AJ Kurian
Office Address Anusandhan Bhavan
2, Rafi Marg, New Delhi 110 001
Tel: 91-11-23316766,91-11-23714230.
Fax: 91-11-23316745
E-mail ajkurian at gmail dot com

Divisional Heads
Name Division Contact No. E-Mail
Dr T Ramasami Secretary 011-26590412
011-26511439 dstsec at nic dot in
Dr V Rao Aiyagari Science & Engineering Research Council 011-26963695 venktesh at nic dot in
Shri Y P Kumar International S&T Cooperation 011-26961912 ypk at nic dot in
Shri H K Mittal National S&T Entrepreneurship Development Board 011-26517186 hkmittal at vsnl dot com
Shri. Sanjiv Nair Administration 011-26516077 sanjiv dot nair at nic dot in
Shri. K P Pandian Finance 011-26963689 011-26513883 kp_pandian at hotmail dot com
Dr Laxman Prasad Technology Transfer 011-26510686 laxman at nic dot in
Shri R Saha Science and Society Program 011-26964793 raghav at nic dot in
Shri. Anuj Sinha National Council for Science & Technology Communication 011-26866675 sanuj at nic dot in
Dr R SivaKumar Natural Resources Data Management System 011-26519530 siva_k at nic dot in
Shri Sanjay Pandey Controller of Accounts 011-26962962
pansan at gmail dot com

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ANNUAL REPORT 2003 – 2004
Overview
The Institute became a fully funded and fully controlled Institute under the Central Government with effect from 1st April 2003. The new management took over and the first Board of Governor’s meeting was held on 17th May with Mr. B. Muthuraman, Managing Director, Tata Steel as Chairman and Prof. A. Mishra as the Director.
The Institute has undergone significant changes during the past one year. The most notable change has been in the area of academics. The examinations were running 6 to 9 months behind schedule during the 2002-03 academic year. The Senate at its meeting held on 10th July 2003, promulgated new B. Tech. and M. Tech. regulations and framed a “transitory” syllabus for 1st to 3rd year students. The syllabus was in operation till a new syllabus was drafted.
The annual system of examination of Ranchi University, the former affiliating university, was scrapped and semester system of examination based on credits with internal assessment, continuous evaluation and grading were introduced. Co-curricular activity like NSS was made an integral part of the academic performance to help all round growth of the students.
The faculty and the students did not avail of vacation during the academic year 2003-04 and worked right through the year so that the examination backlogs were cleared and the spring 2003-04 semester ended on schedule. The new 2004-05 academic session will start on schedule for all branches of instruction at PG and UG levels.
The undergraduate courses were thoroughly revamped by the faculty in consultation with faculty from IIT Kharagpur, XLRI and user industries like Tata Steel, Telco etc. There were multiple reviews by faculty from IIT KGP and user industries before the revised syllabus was placed before the Senate and came into effect from 2004-05 academic session.
The UG course offers choice of Elective to students from 6th semester onwards so that they can specialize in their chosen area. Introduction of Humanities and Social Science related compulsory subjects in areas like Engineering Economics, Organizational Behavior and Industrial Psychology, Sustainable Development, Management Information Systems, Language Appreciation courses and co-curricular subjects like community development etc. will go a long way in broadening the horizon of the students and helping them think laterally – a quality so very essential in engineers of tomorrow. The students will undertake a 2 semester project work in the their final year in collaboration with industries which will help the students and faculty to meaningfully work with the industries in addressing some of their problems.

The Senate has approved of the Ph.D. rules and regulations and the first batch of Ph. D. students are to be admitted shortly. The Ph.D. program involves course work at PG level and research project.

Since teaching is the main forte of the Institute, several schemes have bean approved by the BOG for augmenting teaching activities. These include appointment of adjunct faculty from IITs/XLRI, R & D organizations like NML, major industries in and around Jamshedpur, emeritus faculty, guest faculty etc. The experienced teachers from industries and other organizations provide the much needed exposure to the students in modern R & D and industrial practices.

The Institute has embarked on giving a major thrust to upgrading of UG and PG laboratories and introducing new laboratories as per the requirement of the new curricula. The Institute had suffered from major shortage of fund and the laboratories had become virtually dysfunctional. The infra-structure support provided by MHRD for building the campus LAN and WAN which will connect all departments/centres/sections to the Central Computer Centre has been a big boon for the Institute. We hope to provide every faculty with a PC and associated peripherals with LAN connectivity in the near future.

A major impetus to the upgradation of the existing laboratories and building new ones has been the World Bank funded project under TEQIP. NIT JSR has been included in the list of institutions to be funded and Rs. 10 crores has been received. While absorption of the grant by the system has been slow plans are being made so that the fund can be meaningfully used during the project life time. The Institute has taken steps to be included in the EDUSAT project and it s hoped that this will act as a major force multiplier in providing quality technical education. Institute has initiated work for complete automation of all academic and non-academic activities.

The Institute has taken major steps to extend financial support to students on need basis. All SC/ST students who do not obtain financial support from other sources will be exempted from paying tuition fees provided they maintain a CGPA of at least 6.0. 20% of the students belonging to categories other than SC/ST and have performed in the upper 20% bracket in the AIEEE entrance examination will also be given tuition fee waiver if their family income is less than 2 lakhs per annum and they maintain a CGPA of 7.0 or above.

Campus ambience is a significant factor that contributes to the quality of education and life style of the staff and students. The academic building and the Halls of Residences, which had suffered years of neglect, have been thoroughly refurbished. Augmentation of civil and electrical infra-structure facilities are in progress and some more are on the drawing board. New roads are being built, the existing roads are being widened and extensive planting of trees have been undertaken.

Civil work in building an additional floor on top of Computer Centre has been undertaken. Once completed it will house the Department of Computer Applications, two large multi-media equipped seminar rooms, one large CAD laboratory and other computer laboratories including e-learning laboratory.

12 new faculty houses are under construction and the Guest House has been totally revamped. The girls’ hostel which was in a dilapidated condition and was declared “unsafe” has been thoroughly repaired and is expected to be ready for occupation shortly. A STD/PCO/Xerox booth cum eatery has been built in the hostel area to cater to the needs of the students.

The academic area is being enclosed within a boundary wall to limit entry of outsiders into the academic complex. A boundary wall around the sprawling 289 acre campus which is totally open is being built to enhance campus security. We are facing a problems from local people in the matter but it s hoped that with the cooperation of local administration the work shall be completed.

The assistance received from Tata Steel in executing the infra-structure development work is deeply appreciated. The group also helped out with various student activities, especially sports throughout the year.

The work on 300-seated boys hostel, gymkhana and the library, which had been left unfinished for years, is almost over and they will be taken up for use in the next year.

The Institute is strongly committed to decentralization of operation and various academic and administrative committees have been formed which effectively delegates the power to the Departments/Centres/Sections so that they can plan their operations and growth without interference. New purchase rules, Sponsored Research and Industrial Consultancy rules have been framed and implemented so that R & D work can be accelerated.

New Initiatives

High priority is being given to modernization and removal of obsolescence at the Institution. New initiatives are being taken in the following fields.
a) Removal of obsolescence in workshop machinery and equipment of laboratories.
b) Modernization of laboratories and workshops by addition of new equipments.
c) Augmentation of library facilities.
d) Support for projects involving new innovation in class room technology.
e) Training and retraining for the teaching and supporting technical staff.
f) Up gradation of computing and networking facilities.
g) Creating and updating the infrastructure for R and D effort.
h) Supporting sponsored/joint research projects in Engineering and Technology.
i) Providing project based financial support for creation of infrastructural facilities in terms of laboratories and quality manpower in emerging areas.
j) Developing horizontal and vertical linkages with other institutions, research laboratories industry and user agencies through multiplicity of programs including consultancy.

Admission Procedure

Examination system
The year under review saw the gradual migration from the Annual System of examination under Ranchi University to the semester system of examination under NIT JSR.

The final year students continued under the Ranchi University and the 2nd and 3rd year students were gradually bought under semester pattern of examination.
Under the Annual system of examination under Ranchi University,
i) The Academic section conducted the examinations centrally
ii) The teachers set the question paper and evaluated them in two terminal examinations
iii) External examiners from other engineering colleges set the question paper for the annual examination and evaluated them
Under the Semester system, the teachers themselves set the mid-term and end-term question papers and evaluate them. They conduct quiz and class tests for teacher’s evaluation. The mid-term examination carries 30 marks, teacher’s evaluation 20 and the end term examinations carry 50 marks. The students are awarded letter grades from Excellent (Ex) to fail (F) depending on their over all performance. The Academic Section coordinates the over all examination. The results are assessed by either the Under Graduate Program Evaluation Committee (UGPEC) or Post Graduate Program Evaluation Committee (PGPEC) and then sent to the Senate for approval.
The students have to maintain a CGPA of 6.0 to continue beyond their first year of study. Supplementary examinations are organized in the summer quarter.

Students
The students’ body, which is the true wealth of the institute, draws 50% of its strength from the home state and 50% from the rest of the country. The students enjoy a glorious glimpse of national integration truly at work and the institute becomes a melting pot where students can shed all individual shades and differences and unite to form a composite body that can be identified as truly Indian.
The students got the year 2003-04 got off to a colorful start with an impressive program during freshers’ introduction. The ingenuity and creativity of the students was evident in the way the function was organized and conducted.
The students organized a National level cultural festival during 19-21st March 2004 where students from out station colleges also participated. The 3-day function drew a very good response from the visitors who came from far and wide.
Not to be hampered by the limited facilities, the different cultural societies of the students functioning under the umbrella of Technology Students’ Gymkhana organized various sports, athletics and other games activities, the literary & cultural society and the cultural & dramatic society organized various events throughout the year. The students participated in cultural programs at IIT Kharagpur and NIFFT Ranchi. The WHEELS program brought them a lot of accolades.

Training and Placement

Placement of students saw a sharp surge during the period under review. 33 companies visited the Institute for placement and 175 students were placed through campus interview. It was heartening to note that a large section of students were placed in manufacturing industries.






Computer Centre

Head of the Centre: S. Agarwal
Associate Head: A. N. Thakur

The Centre has two Netinfinity servers which work in Windows NT and SUN Solaris servers which are for LINUX environment. The Centre has 80 Pentium III Personal computers and has procured 80 more. The computers can connected to servers through 24 port 10/100 switches to the intranet.

New acquisition: i) 5 nos. of Servers (HCL)
ii) 80 nos. of P-IV, HCL PCs

Name of the laboratories:

The following laboratories are used by UG and PG students for teaching, laboratory, sessional classes and research work

i) Internet Laboratory -1
ii) Computational Laboratory -2
iii) Computational Laboratory - 3.

The Centre has a conference hall with seating capacity of about 125. The Centres’ working hours are from 08:00 hrs to 22:00 hrs.

The Centre’s facility is used extensively during Training and Placement program for on line testing.

The internal LAN is now connected to 512 kBps connection through satellite and the link is being upgraded to 2 MBps.

The Centre is being turned to be the nerve centre for all campus communication. The Campus LAN which is being installed, the campus library and the campus telephone system will have their main hub at the Centre

LIBRARY

The Library came into existence as an important component of and along with the Non Plan Establishment of the Institute in 1960. It provides the following services to its users: students, Teaches, Researchers and other staff members.
a. Routine transaction (lending and retrieval) of books
b. Providing Reference materials
c. Reprographic services
d. Reading room services

The three storied Library premises is situated adjacent to the Administrative Block of the Institute. It spans a total floor space of about 9000 sq. feet, consisting of a separate Reading Hall, Periodical section, a Processing section, Stack Room, SC/ST Book Bank, and a Binding Unit:
i) Reading Room: - It is situated in the ground floor. It stores Encyclopedias, Dictionaries, Hand Books, Newspapers, Popular Magazines, Journals and Reference Books for on-the-spot use of the Library users.
ii) Stack Room: - It is situated in the first floor of the Library having open access to the users to select books of their choice and get them issued.
iii) SC/ST Book Bank: - In addition to the books for general use, there is a separate book bank for SC/ST students. SC/ST students can issue up to 15 books in an academic year from this book bank. General students can issue up to a maximum of two books in an academic year.
iv) Acquisition and Processing Unit: - This is situated on the top floor of the library. New arrivals of Books and Journals are processed. (Accessioning, Cataloguing and Classification) here before they are stocked in the Stack room.

New arrivals of Books, Journals etc during 2003-04

310 different titles comprising of 1419 books were purchased during the year

Collection

Total number of books in the library including bound volumes of Journals as on 31.03 2004 was as given below.
i) Stack Room …………55104
ii) Book Bank (SC/ST)…19753

Working hours

The Library has open access system to its users. It operates in two shifts from Monday through Saturday.
i) 8.00 AM to 3.00 PM
ii) 3.00 PM to 10 PM

Other facility:

The Library subscribes to a number of technical, scientific and general periodicals, journals and newspapers for the students and other staff members of the Institute.

The Library is ready to shift from manual to automated system which include circulation, serial and online public access catalogue (OPAC) searching.

The Library subscribes to four databases on CD-ROM and it is proposed to provide CD-ROM data base searching and printing facilities in future. Full time Reprographic facility is available here.

New Library Building

The Library will soon be shifted to a newly constructed three-storied building with an open court-yard, covered with an Atrium roof thus ensuring adequate sunlight for the entire building. This new Library will also be fully digitalized. In addition to this we have online services through INDEST CONSORTIUM on the subjects for the following:
IEEE (IEL ONLINE) and SCIENCE- DIRECT


Central Workshop

The workshop was built in 1960. The workshop fabricates various types of models for teaching and research, helps in conducting consultancy work as and when required.

Staff:

Mr. Rupak Kumar, BE Workshop Superintendent

A. C. Topno, B. Sc. (Engg) Foreman

Mr. Suman Kumar, B. Sc. (Engg) Foreman

The workshop is comprised of seven shops: Machine shop, Welding shop, Carpentry
shop, Fitting shop, Sheet metal shop, Electrical shop and Forging shop.




Technology Students’ Gymkhana
Name of the Head/President TSG A. K. L. Srivastava

2. Concerned TSG Officials

Sports and Games activity

Sl. No. Prof-in-Charge Activity
1. Prof. Ashok Kumar (Applied) Atheletics
2. Prof. Ganesh Lakra Cricket, Volley Ball
3. Prof. Jaynendra Kumar Lawn Tennis, Basket Ball
4. Prof. B. S. Munda Hockey, Foot Ball
5. Prof. Dilip Kumar Paswan Badminton
6. Prof. Alok Priyadarshi Indoor Games &Gymkhana

Social and Cultural Activity

1. Dr. Shailendra Kumar Technical Festival 2004
2 Prof. Rajeev Ranjan Cultural and Dramatic Society,
Faces, Audio Visual Society
3. Prof Malay Neeraj Literary & Debating Society, Quiz
4. Prof. Shailendra Kumar Engineer Adventure Club
5 Prof. Amit Prakash Photographic, Model
Fine and Applied Arts,
Film Society,
Amateur Electronic Society

P. T. I Mr. Jagdish Singh
Vice President(s) Mr Amitabh Barua and Mr Shibashish Sinha

Aims and Objective

Technology Student Gymkhana aims to foster a well-balanced development of its members through excellence in extra-curricular and co-curricular activities along with their academic attainments. Technology Student Gymkhana is the hub of the numerous activities ranging from sports to music. The students with the guidance and active participation of the faculty and staff members manage the affairs of Gymkhana. Utkarsh is a step ahead to accomplish our goal.

A faculty is nominated to be the President and the Chief Executive of the Gymkhana. The President has full administrative powers over the Gymkhana affairs. The affairs of the Gymkhana are managed by the President and Vice President in consultation with the concerned member of the staff and faculty and students (Professor in charge of the games/sports sections, cultural sections and other related activities, P.T.I, Vice President, students office bearers constituting the various committees and bodies). The Dean (Student Affairs) is the Chairman.

All students viz.,, undergraduate, postgraduate, M.C.A and Ph. D. are members of the Gymkhana.

The TSG Student Forum consisting of the following members:
(1) Sports Secretary of all the halls
(2) Cultural Secretary of all the halls
(3) Vice President of TSG
(4) Sports Captains
(5) Secretaries of CDS, LDS, Faces, EAC, Utkarsh type activities, etc
(6) P.T.I
reviews the programs of Gymkhana activities. The forum also discusses matters relating to the general welfare of the students. The President presides over the meetings of the Forum and Vice President or one of the secretaries of sports/ cultural/other activities is the secretary of the Forum. The Forum meets at least once a semester. The Dean (Students Affair) is permanent invitee to meeting of the Forum.

There are two committees.
(1) Sports and Games committee
(2) Cultural and Social committee

Programmes organized during 2003-2004

1. UTKARSH 2004 (National Level Cultural Fest)

N.I.T. Jamshedpur organized a National Level Cultural Fest “UTKARSH 2004” during 19-21 March 2004. Many Institutes, Colleges participated with enthusiasm and zeal.

Utkarsh stands for National Integration and Cultural Amalgamation. The event showcased the creative skill and edifying creativity of the student community and aims at providing a suitable plate form for the budding artists to bring to light the Indian culture and showpiece its present integration with the western community. Utkarsh 2004 included various events in the fields of Indian music, dance, rock music, literary activities, fine arts, fun-filled in formals, informative workshops, other competitive cultural events and the prospects of meeting and interacting with students from all over the country.

Three-day extravaganza promised all energy packed celebrity nights, and a number of competitive cultural events ranging over all colors of the spectrum which provide
an excellent opportunity for students to exhibit their talents and readiness toward the modern technology update and extra-curricular activities.

UTKARSH pictured a historic and glorious part. In Vedic museum, we had tried that infact the modern world is living in a number of superstition. Biggest of them all is our over confidence that we have unprecedented zenith of technology. UTKARSH tried to gauge how Indian knowledge went to shores of other lands.

2. Engineers’ Adventure:

The club organizes adventure trips of students. It organized the race of the students hostel wise in winter Jan 12, 2004 and other tracking parts.

3. Volley ball Tournament:

An interhall volleyball tournament was organized. The final match was played between hostel H and G was played on 26th Jan 2004 on the occasion of republic day. The most attractive was the match between College team and our Professor team. All the teachers and students enjoyed a lot. TATA official Mr. Harbhajan Singh umpired the match.

4. Inter Hall Football Tournament 2003-04

That Tthe sportsmanship and the team spirit of NITians was soaring to a new axis was clearly visible in the Inter Hall Football tournament held between 28th Sep to 3rd Oct.
The dormant champ inside the NITians was given a new dimension who’re otherwise engrossed in thick volumes of books. The enthusiasm and zeal shown by the students in organization and participation was unparalleled.

Main features of the Tournament :

1. The tournament was organized by TSF (TATA Sports Foundation) and organizing committee had members from both the college sports student committee as well as TSF.
2. In all 8 hostels took part in the tournament. The tournament was knock out based. The schedule of the tournament was decided by the PTI of our college on the basis of lot system.
3. The student organizing committee consisted of Ankan Sharma, Baman Tuti and Sibashis Sinha.
4. The crucial match referee task was conducted by members of TSF.
5. The inaugural match was played between Subhash Hall and Abdul Kalam Hall.
6. The final match was played between Visvesaraya Hall and Abdul Kalam Hall in which Abdul Kalam Hall emerged victorious.
7. The final match was followed by an interesting match between staff and the students where our staff team enjoyed exercising their legs rather then their brains. This was perhaps for the first time when our alma mater keeper had to face their own students on fields.

The tournament was a great learning experience for both the students as well as college faculty since for the first time an Inter Hall tournament was organized on a mass scale. the success of the tournament is attributed to both the students as well as faculty members.


5. Cultural Programs and Fresher Function:

Cultural Program was organized and Fresher function was arranged to showcase the creative skill and edifying creativity of the student community and aimed at providing a suitable platform for the budding artists to bring to light the Indian culture and showpiece its present integration with the western community.

There were various events in the fields of Indian music, dance, rock music, other cultural events and the prospects of meeting and interacting with students from all the students of N.I.T.

6. Events organized by FACES

Sketching competition for fresher batch.

For the students of first year, a sketching competition was organized by FACES on 6th Dec’ 03 in room 212. The winners of the contest were:

• Subhrajyoti Bora (201/03) 1st
• Abhishek Nayak (199/03) 2nd
• Swati Jhunjhunwala (256/03) 3rd
• Ashok (02/03) Consolation

Calligraphy Competition

A calligraphy competition was organized by FACES, exclusively for 2k3 batch, on 8th Dec’ 03 in the room 212. The winners of the competition were:
• Shilpa Chandravanshi (157/03) 1st
• A. Raghuvanshi 2nd
• Narendra Nath Mandal (147/03) 3rd

Collage Competition

Collage competition was organized in room 212 on 15th Dec’ 03. This was a group event with two members per group. The winners of the contest were:
• Deep Shringi (47/2k) & Soheib Ali (280/2k) 1st
• Mithilesh (83/01) & Swaroop (65/01) 2nd

Sketching Competition (Open to All)

This sketching competition, organized on 18th Dec’03 in room 212, was open to all batches, including M.Tech & MCA. The winners of this competition were:
• Swaroop Jmatia (65/01) 1st
• Priyanka Kumari (182/2k) 2nd
• Jijith (43/02) 3rd

Mehendi Competition

It was held on 18th Jan’04 in the Chemistry department corridor. It was a team event with two members in each. The winners of this competition were:
• Silki and Neelima Sinha 1st
• Amrita Sinha and Seema Prasad 2nd

Hand painting Competition

It was held on 18th Jan’04 in the Chemistry Department Corridor. It was a team event with two members in each. The winners were:
• Munwar and Amol Ratna 1st
• Abhilasha and Pikee Priya 2nd
• Vibha Singh and Sijo Nath Consolation
• Ashish Jain and Vineet Shrivastava Consolation

The various activities conducted by the different student societies under the aegis of Technology Students’ Gymkhana during 2003-04 are given below:

The Literary and Debating Society
S.No Event Date Winners Position

1 Group Discussion 02.08.03 Group Discussion conducted by
Sandeep Bafna of Career Launcher

2 English Short Story 15.07.03 Amrita Roy 1
Writing Ujjwal Ritesh 2
Subrodeep Banerjee 3

3 English Poetry Writing 15.07.03 Diptorup Deb 1
Upasna Sachdeva 2
Pawan Shukla 3

4 Hindi Poetry Writing 15.07.03 Ghanshyam Bagra 1
Kamal Kishore 2
Pawan Kr 3
5 Fresher's G.D. 15.11.03 Natrajan S 1
Sayantan Pal 2
Siddharth Sen 3



6 Fresher's Quiz 19.11.03 Pranav Priyadarshi 1
Anshuman Kumar 1

Krishna Kr. 2
Nitesh Raj 2

Amit Choudhary 3
Rohit Singhania 3

7 Dumb Charades 24.11.03 Rohit Singhania 1
Ritesh Ranjan 1
Gautam Anand 1

Roshan Kr. 2
Sati Ramin Mishra 2
Anupam Kumar 2

Rigved Mitra 3
Sandeep Kr 3
Abhishek Kr. 3

8 Tech Biz Quiz 29.11.03 Deepak Bhatt 1
Ujjwal Kumar Singh 1

Pankaj Kumar 2
Bhaskar Gogoi 2

Ravish Singh 3
Anjani Kumar 3

9 Website Launch 29.11.03 www.lds-nit.net


10 Challengez 11.12.03 Shankha Shuvra Mishra 1
Sanjeev Dutta Memorial Shibasis Sinha 1
Quiz Atanu Nath 1

Mansij Majumdar 2
Pradeep Gupta 2
Rahul Justin 2

Kartikaye Gupta 3
Pankaj Kumar 3
Bhaskar Gogoi 3



Cultural and Dramatic Society

In college campus

SL. NO. NAME DATE & DURATION
1 Programs on Independence day – 2003 15th August 2003
2 Fresher’s night Sep – Oct 2003
3 Selection of 2003 batch for CDS membership Nov – Dec 2003
4 Programs on Republic Day – 2004 26th January 2004
5 Programs on Saraswati Puja 26th January 2004
6 Major Performances in Utkarsh’04 19th,20th & 21st March
7 Ambedkar Jayanti 14th April 2004
8 Fare-well of CDS members of 2000 batch May 2004
9 Selection of 2004 batch for CDS membership 6th & 7th November 2004

Out side college campus

SL. NO. NAME DATE & DURATION
1 Spring Fest, IIT Kharagpur January 2004
2 Program at Micheal John Auditorium, Jamshedpur January 2004
3 Jinks’ 04, NIFFT Ranchi February 2004
4 Wheel’ 04 (GET Club, Jamshedpur) February 2004




TRAINING AND PLACEMENT

Professor-in-Charge: N. K. Narain

The training and placement committee constitutes of final year student representative from all disciplines of U.G as well as P.G (Who are called Placement Coordinators and are elected by students themselves). The Placement coordinators are elected in the month of January or February when they are in their pre–final year. They work along with the final year students in the spring semester to become familiar with the process and also equip themselves with the requisite skills and culture. The committee works out policies and schedule of the activities related to summer training or internship and campus recruitment. The Committee thereafter establishes contact with the companies, allots them slots and dates that is best suited and assist them during their visit to the institute.

SUMMER TRAINING:

The 2-month summer training or industrial training at the end of 6th semester is compulsory for all UG students. The program carries academic credit. Grades are awarded on the basis of a report covering the work done and a seminar lecture. The training aims to familiarize the students with the industrial practices. The T & P section assists the departments in placement of students at major industries.

CAMPUS RECRUITMENT:

33 companies visited the campus which started in the month of July 2003 and continued throughout the academic session 2003-04.

Each company delivers a pre-placement talk (ppt) about the company, the job and the compensation etc followed by a question session in which the representative of the company answers the questions raised by the students. The recruitment procedure varies in accordance with the desire of the visiting company, which may include written test, group discussion and interview (technical and personal). In certain cases the companies seek bio-data of the students for selection at their corporate office at company’s cost.

The Pie chart below shows the placement data for the year 2003-2004.

The total number of students for recruitment for the session was 250
The total number of students placed for software jobs was 86
The total number of students placed for core jobs was 90
The total number of students that remained unplaced was 74




The Bar Chart below shows branch wise recruitment during 2003-2004



The various branches shown on X-axis are:
1.Computer Science and Engineering 6. Metallurgical and Materials Engineering
2.Electronics Engineering 7. Civil Engineering
3.Electrical Engineering 8. Master of Computer Applications
4.Mechanical Engineering 9. M. Tech. (all branches combined)
5.Production Engineering And Management.
The placement statistics for the session 2003-2004 was follows:


Sl.No. Name of the company DATE CSE ECE EE MECH MET CIVIL PROD MCA M.TECH TOTAL
1 TCS 03/07/03 4 1 2 3 1 11
2 CTS 05/07/03 3 1 1 1 4 10
3 KANBAY 07/07/03 1 2 3 1 07
4 INFOSYS 13/08/03 7 4 5 9 3 1 3 32
5 ASHOK LEYLAND 25/08/03 3 03
6 HCL PEROT 14/09/03 1 01
7 PCS 14/09/03 2 2 2 4 1 1 12
8 TATA MOTORS 19/09/03 2 1 1 04
9 TELCON 19/09/03 1 01
10 DRDO 09/10/03 2 6 2 5 1 16
11 TCIL 13/10/03 1 1 02
12 L&T 15/10/03 2 1 03
13 ESS 03/11/03 1 1 1 1 04
14 NDPL 03/12/03 5 05
15 STERLITE GROUP 05/12/03 1 2 1 1 1 06
16 ESSAR GROUP 08/12/03 2 1 03
17 VARDHMAN STEEL 15/12/03 1 1 02
18 SYNTEL 12/01/04 1 1 1 1 2 06
19 PRADAN 02/02/04 1 2 1 04
20 TATA STEEL 19/02/04 1 1 2 1 05
21 CROMPTON G.L 25/02/04 1 01
22 HCL INFYNET 14/03/04 2 02
23 JUSCO 15/03/04 1 2 1 04
24 TIMKEN 26/03/04 1 1 02
25 SKYTECH 05/04/04 1 01
26 SCOOTER INDIA 12/04/04 2 1 2 05
27 HINDALCO 26/04/04 1 01
28 IOCL 26/04/04 1 2 03
29 SIMPLEX 28/04/04 1 01
30 JAYPEE GROUP 30/04/04 2 2 2 06
31 USHA MARTIN 02/05/04 3 1 3 3 10
32 INTERNATIONAL AUTO 2 02
33 TSWP 1 1
TOTAL 19 23 34 46 14 7 22 9 2 17








NEW INITIATIVES:

New initiatives to impart better interview and group discussions handling skills are being imparted to the upcoming batches in association with the L.D.S club of the Institute
through a program named MISSION CAMPUS (wherein the final year students take organize Group Discussion and technical and personal interview to give an overview of the exact situation and to do away with the fear and anxiety of campus recruitment).

New polices for slot allotment to the companies on the basis of the company profile and the package they offer to the students so as to accommodate more and more companies are under consideration, the policy of Dream company option being the one.

THE PAST:

The Bar Chart representation of the placement records of past years are:





National Service Scheme

NSS is compulsory for all 1st and 2nd semester students and they have to qualify in the course on pass/fail basis.

Dr.Ranjit Prasad of the Department of Metallurgy and Materials Science is coordinating the NSS activity along with other faculty and TSG. NSS group has so far arranged:

1. Seminar for personality development of students organized under the banner of N.S.S., NIT, Jamshedpur in the following topic:
a. Mind management
b. Time Management
c. Yoga for Total Health
d. Blood Donation : Why?
2. Visits to villages in vicinity of the Institute with faculty team of NSS, NIT, Jamshedpur and Prof. A. K. Saha of IIT, Kharagpur for planning of community development.
3. Blood Donation Camp at the Institute campus under the banner of NSS in cooperation with Blood Bank, Jamshedpur and Voluntary Blood Donation Association of Jamshedpur.
4. Organized twice Pulse Polio Camp in the campus in cooperation with local medical department of the Government.

Hall Management Board HMB

1. The decision to form the Hall Management Board was taken in the 4th BOG meeting held on 14.1.2004. The authority and responsibility for the handling and supervision at the inter Hall level of maintenance, general amenities and the accounts of the Halls of Residence rest with the HMB. Presently, the HMB is constituted as follows:
Chairman Prof. R. R. Sharma
Co-Chairman Prof. N. K. Narain
Coordinating Warden, Mess Dr. H. L. Yadav
Coordinating Warden, Maintenance Dr. Shailendra Kumar
Coordinating Warden, Allotment Dr. A. N. Thakur
V. P. Students Gymkhana Mr. Sibasish Sinha
Students Representative Mr. Kavindra Mohan

2. The hall buildings have been fully renovated.

3. Each Hall of Residence is being managed by a Hall Executive Committee (HEC) consisting of the Warden, Assistant Wardens, President, General Secretary, and Mess, Maintenance and Cultural Secretaries together with some other representatives of the residents.

4. The names of the Halls of Residence, Wardens, Assistant Wardens and Hall Presidents are given below:

Hall of Residence Warden Assistant Wardens Hall President
A: Aryabhatta Mr. Sanjay Kumar
Mr. Ashok Kumar
Mr. Dilip Kumar (Comp) Mr.Amit Kumar
Chaudhary
B: Nirala Dr. H. L. Yadav Mr. K. D. P. Singh
Mr. Ranjeet Prasad Mr. Navin Patnayak
C: Bhabha Dr. A. N. Thakur Mr. D. K. Shaw
Mr. A. K. Singh (Phy) Mr. Arvind Kumar
Dwivedi
D: Rajendra Mr. Akhilesh Kumar Mr. H. S. Prasad
Mr. B. K. Singh (Met) Mr. Amit Kumar
Singh
E: Visvesvarya Mr. Niranjan Kumar Mr. B. Kundu Mr. Deepak Jhalani
F: Shivaji Mr. D. K. Yadav Mr. Raj Ballabh Mr. Ashutosh Prasad
G: Subhash
Chandra Mr Sanjay Mr. M. K. Sinha Mr. Pushkar Anand
H: Abul Kalam
Azad Dr. Shailendra
Kumar Mr. B. K. Singh (Comp) Mr. Anand Prakash
Girls’ Hall:
Rani Laxmi Bai Mrs. Rashmi Sinha Dr. Ms. Neeta Bharti Ms. Seema Prasad
PG Hall:
Ambedkar* Dr. R. V. Sharma - -
New Hall**:
Swami
Vivekanand
Name of Hall of Residence No. of Rooms
Aryavatt 60 (Triple Seated)
Nirala 60 (Triple Seated)
Bhabha 60 (Triple Seated)
Rajendra Prasad 60 (Triple Seated)
Vishveswaraya 125 (Single Seated)
Shubhash 125 (Single Seated)
Chatrapati Shivaji 125 (Single Seated)
Abul Kalam 134 (Single Seated)
Rani Laxmibai 45 (Double Seated)
Ambedkar 15 (Double Seated)


5. Each Hall of Residence has been provided with sufficient fund for maintenance and other necessary expenditure. Part time accountants have been placed in each Hall of Residence to process the bills and keep the account. Two auditors have also been appointed on part time basis to audit the accounts of all the Halls of Residence.

6. The water problem in the Halls of Residence is solved. The jet pumps in the tube wells, which caused problem during summer, have been replaced by submersible pumps. Aqua guards have been provided for purification of drinking water.

7. Types of food served vegetarian and Non-vegetarian

Average daily rates for food Rs. 30/-

a) Electric charge : Rs. 1000.00
b) Mess caution money: Rs. 1000.00
c) Hostel admission : Rs. 200.00
d) Hostel caution money Rs. 500.00
e) Institute caution money Rs. 2000.00
f) Mess caution money: Rs. 1000.00
g) Hostel maintenance : Rs. 1100.00

A 300 seated boys hostel is also in the process of receiving finishing touches. It has an impressive centrally located Common Hall in addition a Dining Hall. It presents an attractive façade an architectural feast for the eyes.





Campus Amenities: Dispensary, Post Office, Shopping Centre

Students enjoy the facilities of a well equipped Dispensary, a Post Office, a Bank and a Stationery Store on the immediate campus. A Medical Officer is available for the treatment of any injuries or illnesses that students may suffer from. The Post Office and Bank are strategically located to ensure that students do not suffer from any inconvenience. A Stationery store caters to the immediate needs of the students.

QUARTERS:

Details of Quarter Designation Wise:

Principal’s Bunglow - 1 no. 3498 sft 3498 sft
Prof. Quarter - 10 nos. 2050 sft. 20500 sft
A.P. Quarter(New) - 12 nos. 1800 sft 21600 sft
A.P. Quarter(Old) - 18 nos. 1700 sft 30600 sft
Lect. Quarter(Old) - 18 nos. 1527 sft 2786 sft
Lect. Quarter(single story) - 18 nos. 868 sft 15624 sft
Lect. Quarter(single story) - 10 nos. 905 sft 9050 sft
Lect. Quarter(Flat) - 40 nos. 1184 sft 47360 sft

Non-Teaching Staff:
Type (A) Officers Quarters - 8 nos. 868 sft 6944 sft
Type (B) Class III Staff Qrs. - 24 nos. 660 sft. 15840 sft
Type (B) Class III Staff Qrs. - 12 nos. 755 sft. 9060 sft.
Type (C) Class IV Staff Qrs. - 24 nos. 348 sft. 8320 sft
Type (D) Class IV Staff Qrs. (Flat type) - 12 nos. 514 sft. 6168 sft.
Type (E) Servant Qrs. - 12 nos. 234 sft 2808 sft.
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49140 sft.

Total Area 5,46,498 sft.
Plinth area of Hostel & Matrons’ Qrs. 2,92,684 sft.
Plinth area of Guest House 5,603 sft.
Plinth area of Maintenance Office 2,261 sft.
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8,47,046 sft

Building ready to be taken over:

1. Students Gymkhana 6,000 sft.
2. 300 Single Seated Boy’s Hostel 75,219 sft.
3. Library Building 32,184 sft.
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1,13,403 sft.

DETAILS OF SEATS AVAILABLE AND ADMITTED FOR STUDENTS QUALIFYING FROM SCHOOLS OR COLLEGES FROM BIHAR, JHARKHAND AND OTHER STATES FOR ADMISSION AT N.I.T. JAMSHEDPUR DURING SESSION 2003 - 2004



Branch
Institution 10
CIV 11
CSE 16
ECE 13
ELE 23
MCH 25
MET 30
PDE Total
SEAT Available Total SEAT FILLED UP Total
Seats
vacant
Andhra pradesh 1GN 1GN 1GN 1GN 1GN
1SC 1GN
1SC 1ST 9 Boys 9
Girls nil Nil
Assam 1SC - - 1GN 1GN - 1GN 4 Boys 3
Girls nil 01SC
Bihar 13GN
1GNPH
2SC
1ST 9GN
3SC 10GN
3SC 14GN
4SC
17GN
4SC
1SCPH
1ST 8GN
3SC 8GN
1GNPH
2SC 105 Boys 95
Girls 7 1GNPH
2SC
Chattisgarh 1SC 1GN - - 1GN - 1GN 4 Boys 3
Girls 1 Nil
Gujrat 1GN 1GN 1GN 1GN 1GN 1SC 1SC 7 Boys 3
Girls nil 2GN
2SC
Haryana 1GN
1ST - - - - - - 2 Boys 1
Girls nil 1 ST
Himachal Pradesh - - - - 1GN - - 1 Boys 1
Girls nil Nil
Jharkhand 5GN
1SC
2ST 4GN
1ST 4GN
1ST 5GN
1SC
1ST 7GN
1SC
3ST 5GN 4GN
1GNPH 46 Boys 42
Girls 4 Nil
Karnatka 1GN 2GN 1GN 1GNPH 1GN 1GN - 7 Boys 3
Girls nil 4GN
Kerala - 1SCPH - - 1GN 1GN 1GN 4 Boys 3
Girls nil 1SCPH
Madhya Pradesh 1GN - 1GN 1GN1ST 1GN
1GN 1SC 7 Boys 4
Girls 1 1GN
Maharastra 1GN 1GN 1GN 2GN 2GN 1ST 1GN 9 Boys 8
Girls nil 1 ST
Meghalaya 1GN - - - - - - 1 Boys 1
Girls nil Nil
Nagaland 1GN - - - - - - 1 Nil 1GN
Orissa 1ST 1GN 1GN
1SC - - - 1GN 5 Boys 4
Girls nil 1 ST
Panjab 3GN 1SC - - - 1GN - 5 Boys 2
Girls nil 2GN
1SC
Rajsthan 1GN - - 1GN
1SC 1GPH
1SC 1GN - 6 Boys 6
Girls nil Nil
Sikkim - - - - 1GN - - 1 Boys 1
Girls nil Nil
Tripura - - 1ST 1GN - - - 2 Boys 1
Girls 1 Nil
Uttarpradesh 2GN 3GN 3GN
1GPH 4GN
1SC
1ST 4GN
1SC
1ST 1GN
1SC 2GN 25 Boys 23
Girls 1 1SC
Uttaranchal - - - - - - 1GN 1 Boys 1 Nil
Mizoram - - - 1GN - - - 1 Nil 1GN


Branch
Institution 10
CIV 11
CSE 16
ECE 13
ELE 23
MCH 25
MET 30
PDE Total
SEAT Available Total SEAT FILLED UP Total
Seats
vacant
Dadar, Nagar Haveli, Goa, Daman & Diu - - - - 1GN - - 1 Boys 1
Girls nil Nil
Chandigarh and Delhi 1GN 1ST - 1GN - - - 3 Boys 3
Girls 1 Nil
Jammu & Kashmir - - - 1GN - - 1GN 2 Boys 2
Girls nil Nil
West Bengal 1GN 1GN 1GN
1SC 2GN
1SC 2GN 1GN 1GN 11 Boys 8
Girls 2 1GN
Andaman & Nicobar 1GN - - - - - - 1 Boys 1
Girls nil Nil
Tamil Nadu 1GN 1GN 1GN 1GN 1GN
1SC 1GN
1SC 1GN 9 Boys 7
Girls 1 1GN
G. Total 47 32 33 49 59 30 30 280 Boys 236
Girls 19
Total 255 14GN
7SC
3ST
1SCPH
Total 25



Student Statistics

Class Branch Admitted Passed
B. Tech (Hons) !st. yr. 2003 batch Including all branches 244 235
B. Tech (Hons) 2nd. yr. 2002 batch Civil 30 30
Electrical 49 49
Electronics 32 32
Mechanical 59 59
Production Engineering and Mgt. 23 23
Metallurgy Engineering and Materials Science 19 19
Computer Science and Engineering 31 31
Total 243 243
B. Tech (Hons) 3rd. yr. 2001 batch Civil 40 40
Electrical 53 53
Electronics 32 32
Mechanical 59 59
Production Engineering and Mangement 26 26
Metallurgy Engineering and Materials Science 17 17
Computer Science and Engineering 37 37
Total 264 264
B. Tech (Hons) 4th. yr. 2000’ batch Civil 23 23
Electrical 55 54
Electronics 39 38
Mechanical 62 57
Production Engineering and Management. 26 25
Metallurgy Engineering and Materials Science 17 17
Computer Science And Engineering 35 35
Total 257 254


M.Tech. 1st Yr. 2003’ batch (Chemistry) Surface Science. 10 10
(Electrical) Power System 14 14
(Mechanical) C.I.D.M 08 08
(Metallurgy Engineering and Materials Science) Extractive Metallurgy 04 04
Total 36 36
M.Tech. 2nd. Yr. 2002’ batch (Chemistry) Surface Science. 06
(Electrical) Power System 05
(Mechanical) C.I.D.M 06
(Metallurgy Engineering and Materials Science) Extractive Metallurgy 02
Total 19
MCA 1st yr. 2001 batch 29 29
MCA 2nd yr. 2000 batch 30 30
MCA 2nd yr. 1999 batch 23 23
Total 81 81

New Students admitted during 2003 – 04 category wise in UG Program.

State Category Boys Girls Total
Jharkhand S.C 04 02 06
Bihar 19 03 22
Ex. State 15 02 17
Total 38 07 45
Jharkhand S.T 06 00 06
Bihar 22 00 22
Ex. State 01 00 01
Total 29 00 29


Faculty Development Program:

Following faculty members of NIT, Jamshedpur have been sent on QIP program under QIP scheme.

Sl No. Name of faculty and Designation with Department Place of Ph.D under QIP Ph.D. Date of relieving for Ph.D
1. Sri Nigam Prakash,
Lecturer (Civil) I.I.T, Roorkee Ph.D 27.07.02
2. Sri Naresh Prasad,
Lecturer (Mechanical) N.I.T, Raurkela -do- 14.08.02
3. Sri Laljee Prasad,
Lecturer (Mechanical) I.I.T, Roorkee -do- 27.07.03
4. Sri Amaresh Kumar,
Lecturer (Production) Jadavpur Univ., Kolkata -do- 26.08.02
5. Sri A.K.Akela,
Lecturer Electrical) I.I.T, Roorkee -do- 27.07.02
6. Sri Ashok Kumar,
Lecturer (Metallurgy I.I.T, Kharagpur. -do- 23.07.02
7. Sri Prahalad Prasad,
Lecturer(Appl Mech.) I.I.T, Roorkee -do- 25.7.03
8 Sri B.K.Singh,
Lecturer (Civil) S.G.S.I.T.S, Indore. -do- 11.08.03
9. Sri K.B.Yadav,
Lecturer (Electrical) I.I.T, Roorkee -do- 08.08.03
10. Sri S.S.Prasad,
Lecturer (Electronics) Jadavpur Univ. Kolkata -do- 09.07.04
11. Sri S.B.Prasad,
Lecturer(Production) I.I.T, Roorkee -do- 23.07.04
12. Sri C.S.Choudhary,
Lecturer (Metallurgy I.I.T, Madras -do- 16.08.04

The following non-teaching staff had been deputed for training:

R. P. Prasad
Assistant Registrar (E) New Delhi Seniority and promotion in CCS’s and Central Autonomous bodies 16.10.03– 20.10.03
T. K. Kar
Jr. Accounts Clerk New Delhi Cash Accounts and Budgeting 19.11.03- 23.11.03


NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY JAMSHEDPUR
Staff position
Class-III

S. No. Name of the Post Scale of
Pay Name of the Present
incumbent & Deptt.
where working. Educational
qualification
of incumbent.
1. Accountant 5000-175-9000 X
2. Asst. Accountant 5000-150-8000 X X
3. Store Accountant 5000-150-8000 X X
4. Cashier 5000-150-8000 X X
5. Asstt. Cashier 4500-125-7000 X X
6. Auditor 5500-175-9000 X X
7. Asstt. Auditor 5000-175-8000 X X
8. Sr. Acctts. Clerk 4500-125-7000 X X

9. Jr. Account Clerk 4500-125-7000 1. Sri. Hikim Sahu, Acctts. Sec. Matric
2. Sri. N.M. Mahto, Acctts. Sec. B.A.
3. Sri. D.P. Srivastava, Acctts. Sec. Matric
4. Sri. N.M. Mukhi, Acctts. Sec. B.Com
5. Sri. Thakur Mardi, Acct. Sec. B.Com
6. Sri. Khageshwar Mahato, Acctts. Sec. B.Sc.
7. Sri. N.K. Jha, A.E. Sec. B.Com.
8. Sri. T.K. Kar, Central Store, B.Sc.
9. Sri. Arun Pandit, Account Sec. M.Com.
S.N. 9, Against Asst. Acctts
10. Sr. Audit Clerk 4500-125-7000 X

11. Head Asstt. 5000-175-8000 X X

12. Jr. Audit Clerk 4500-125-7000 1. Sri. Murlidhar Behra, A/C Sec. B.Com.

13. Asstt. 5000-175-8000 X

14. U.D.C. 4500-125-7000 1. Sri. Lalan Prasad, Met. Engg. Matric
2. Sri. S.L. Jha, Elect. Engg. Matric
3. Sri. S.K. Behra, Vehicle Sec. Matric
4. Sri. M.L. Singh, Central Store Matric
5. Sri. Nirmal Singh, Mech. Engg. Matric

15. L.D.C. 4500-125-7000 1. Sri. Hari Ram, Physics Matric
2. Sri. R.N. Jha, Prod. Engg. Inter
3. Sri. S.N. Mishra, A.P. Section Matric
4. Sri. Lekh Chandra, A.P. Section B.Com
5. Sri. N.L. Rajak, Acad. Sec. B.Com.
6. Sri. B.K. Kalindi, Estate Sec. B.Com.
7. Sri. Manoj Kumar Prasad, Acad. Sec. B.Com.
8. Sri. Raj Kumar Baitha, Esstt. Sec. B.A.

16. Reception Clerk 4500-125-7000 1. Sri. Arjun Kumar Singh, Comp. Sc. B.A.

17. Routine Clerk (UDC) 4500-125-7000 X X

18. Library Clerk 4500-125-7000 1. Sri. Tarkeshwar Kumar, Estate Sec. B.Com.
19. Store Typist 4500-125-7000 X X
20. Sr. Stenographer 5000-150-8000 X X
21 Jr.
Stenographer 4500-125-
7000 1. Sri R.K. L. Das, A/ Mech. Dept I. Sc.
2. Sri A. Sanyal, director Office B.Sc.

22. P.T.I. 5000-150-
8000 1. Sri Jagdish Singh, A.P. Sec B.Sc.

23. Draftsman 4500-125-
7000 1. Sri Nawal Kishore A.E. Sect. Matric &Diploma In Civil Engg.
24. Overseer/ Asstt. Engg. 5000-150-
8000 X
25. Sanitary Inspector 4000-100-
6000 1. Sri Baliram Kumar, Estate Sec B.A.
26. Care- Taker 4000-100-
6000 X
27 Record Keeper 4500-125-
7000 X
28. Store-keeper 4500-125-
7000 1. Sri Bansilal Sardar, Elect. I.Com
2. Sri Chaman Lal Acad. Section. B.Com

29. Bus- Driver 4000-100-6000 1. Sri Kailash Jha, Vehicle Sec. Non-Matric
2. Sri Sanjay Kr. Sinha, Vehicle Sec. Matric
3. Sir K.P. Singh, Vehicle Sec. N.- Matric

30. Pick-Up Drive 4000-100-6000 1. Sri Hemant Sal, Vehicle Sec. IX Pass

31. Compounder 3200-85-4900 1. Sri K. K. Bharitia, Med. Section I.A.
32. Pathological Lab. 3200-85-4900 X
33. Dresser 3200-85-4900 X
34. Nurse 3200-85-4900 X
35. Head Mali 3200-85-4900 X
36. Electrician 3200-85-4900 1. Sri P.N. Prasad, E&R.M. N.-Matric
2. Sri Mangal Kalindi, E&R.M. N-Matric
3. Sri S.S. Ram, E&R.M. N- Matric
4. Sri Choudhary Sharma, E&R.M. N. Matric

CIVIL ENGINEERING
37. Draftsman 4500-125-7000 X X
38. Lab. Mech. 4500-125-7000 X
39. S.K. Cum-Clerk 4500-125-7000 (on Compassionate Ground 1. Sri S.K. Gupta, Electronics B.Com
40. Lab. Assistant 4000-100-6000 1. Md. A Quaiyum B.Sc.
2. Sri R. C. Mardi B.Sc. (Hons.)

41. Typist clerk 4500-125-7000 1. Sri Dasharath Singh-
T & Placement B.A.

42. Mason 3200-85-4900 1. Sri A. K. Das, civil Engg. Matric
Electrical Engg.
43. Instrument Mech. 4500-125-7000 1.
X
44. Lab. Mech. 4500-125-7000 1.
X
45. S.K. Cum-Clerk 4000-100-6000(on Compassionate Ground 1. Sri R.K. Pramanik, Mech, Engg. M.Com
46. Typist clerk 4000-100-6000 (on Compassionate Ground 1. Smt. S. Tanty, Esstt. Section M.Sc.
47. Lab. Assistant 400-100-6000 X
Metallurgical Engg.
48. Draftsman 4500-125-7000 X

49. Lab. Mech. 4500-125-7000 1. Md. N.A. Khan, Met.Engg. Deptt. Matric

50. S.K.Cum-Clerk 4500-125-7000 1. Sri Mahesh Rajak, Esstt. Section B. Com

51. Typist Clerk 4500-125-7000 1. Sri Suman Kumar, Workshop B.A/M.B.A.

52. Demonstrator 1700-3000 (Pre Revised) 1. Sri S.N. Singh Diploma (Mech. Engg.)
Post Graduate Course
53. Tech-Photographer 4000-6000 X
54. Lab. Assistant 400-100-6000
Geology
56. Section-Cutter-cum-S.K. 4500-125-7000 1. Sri Anil Kumar, Physics B.Sc.
57. Lab. Assistant 400-100-6000 X
Applied Mech. Deptt.
58. Draftsman 4500-125-7000 X
59. Lab. Mech. 4500-125-7000 1. Sri K.C. Mahto/Mech. Matric
60. S.K.Cum-Clerk 4500-125-7000 1. Sri M.K. Mahto, Central Store B.A
61. Typist Clerk 4500-125-7000 X
Physics Deptt.
62. S.K.Cum-Clerk 4500-125-7000 X
63. Typist Clerk 4500-125-7000 1. Sri Nabo Kishore Mahto, Lib. M.Com
Chemistry Deptt. X
64. Glass Blower 400-100-6000 X
65. S.K.Cum-Clerk 4500-125-7000 1. Shailesh Kumar, A.E. Section B.Com
68. Typist Clerk 4500-125-7000 1. Sri Sanjay Chatterjee, Registrar’s Office B.Com
69. Lab. Assistant 400-100-6000 X
X


S. No. Name of the Post Scale of
pay Name of the Present
incumbent & Deptt.
where working. Educational
qualification
of incumbent.
Mathematics
70. Typist Clerk 4500-125-7000 1. Sri S.N. Yadav, Civil Engg. B.Sc
Humanities
71. Typist Clerk 4500-125-7000 1. Sri S.N. Sharma, Chemistry Matric
Mechanical Engg.
72. Tracer 4000-100-6000 X
73. B.P.M.O. 3200-85-4900 X
74. Boiler Attd. 4500-125-7000 1. Sri Kamesh Jha, Bib. Section Matric
75. Fireman 4000-100-6000 X
76. Engine Driver I/C 4000-100-6000 X
77. Engine Driver 4000-100-6000 X
78. Draftsman 4500-125-7000 X
79. Lab. Mech. 4500-125-7000 X
80. S.K.Cum-Clerk 4500-125-7000 1. Sri Urmilesh Jha, Central Store B. A.
81. Typist Clerk 4500-125-7000
82. Programmer Cum-Operator CAD/CAM 4500-125-7000 X
83 Lab. Assistant 400-100-6000 1. Vacant
2. Sri T.K. Mishra. B.Sc.
Electronics Deptt.
84. Computer Operator 4500-125-7000 X
85. Office-Clerk- cum Typist 4000-100-6000(on compassionate Ground) 1. Miss Boby Kumari, Esstt. Sec. B.Sc.
86. Tech. Assistant 5500-175-9000 X
87. Store-Keeper 4500-125-7000 1. Sri Naresh Kr. Pathak, Workshop B.A.
Computer Sc. & Engg.
88. Computer Operator 4500-125-7000 X
89. Office-Cum- Typist 4000-100-6000(on compassionate Ground) 1. Sri Sudhansu Sekhar, Math B.Sc.
90 Store-Keeper 4500-125-7000 1. Sri R.P. Sinha, Met. Engg. B.Sc.
91. Tech. Assistant 5500-175-9000 1. Sri Sudhir Kumar Sinha B.Sc. (Hons)


S. No. Name of the Post Scale of
pay Name of the Present
incumbent & Deptt.
where working. Educational
qualification
of incumbent.
Production Engg.
92. Computer Operator 4500-125-7000 X
93. Office Clerk-Cum- Typist 4000-100-6000 X
94. Store-Keeper 4500-125-7000 X
95. Tech. Assistant 5500-175-9000 X
D.C.A.
96. Computer Operator/Data Entry Operator 4500-125-7000 X
97. Office Clerk-Cum- Typist 4000-100-6000 (on compassionate Ground) 1. Sri Ashutosh Ranjan, Comp. Center B.A.
98. Store-Keeper 4500-125-7000 1. Sri Shailesh Kr. Roy M.C.A. B.Com
99. Tech. Assistant 5500-175-9000 X
Computer Centre
100. Computer Operator/Data Entry Operator 4500-125-7000 1. Sri Bipin Kr. Sinha M.C.A. B.Sc.
101. Office Clerk-Cum- Typist 4500-125-7000 X
102. Store-Keeper 4500-125-7000 X
103. Tech. Assistant 5500-175-9000 X
Workshop
104. Mech. ‘A’ 4500-125-7000 1. Sri A.K. Sahu, Workshop N.- Matric
4500-125-7000 2. Sri Upendra Mandal, Workshop I.T.I.
4500-125-7000 3. Sri Rajendra Modi, Workshop Pre-Univ.
4500-125-7000 4. Sri Lalan Sharma, Workshop Matric

105. Mech. ‘B’ 4500-125-7000 1. Sri Mahendra Tiwary Workshop Matric
4500-125-7000 2. Sri Baldeo Pramanic, Workshop Matric
4500-125-7000 3. Sri H.K. Ghosh, Workshop N. – Matric
4500-125-7000 4. Sri K.K. Chakraborty, Workshop I.Sc.
106. Mech. ‘C’ 4000-100-6000 1. Sri Kishun Prasad, Workshop N. – Matric
4000-100-6000 2. Sri Rabindra Pd., Vehicle Sec. Matric
4000-100-6000 3. Sri Satyadeo Singh, Vehicle Sec. Matric
4000-100-6000 4. Sri Sanjeev kr. Elect. Engg. I.Sc.
4000-100-6000 5. Sri Gupteshwar Prasad, A.C. Sec. Matric
4000-100-6000 6. Sri Sanjay Kr. Physics I.A.
4000-100-6000 7. Sri Madan Pd. Sinha, E & M.R. I. A.
4000-100-6000 8. Sri P.K. Mal, E & M.R. I. A.
107. Sr. Store Keeper 5000-150-8000 X
108. S.K. Cum-Clerk 4500-125-7000 1. Sri Gopaljee Ram, Central Store B.Com
109. Typist Cum-Clerk 4500-125-7000 X
P.H.E.D.
110 Supervisor 5000-150-8000 X
111. Plumbing Mistry 4000-100-6000 X
Library Section
112. Cataloger 5000-150-8000 X
113. Classifier 5000-150-8000 X
114. Reprographic Asstt. 4500-125-7000 X
Maintenance of Civil Work.
115. Carpenter 4000-100-6000 X
116. General fitter 4000-100-6000 X
117. Mason 3200-85-4900 X
Office of The Chief Warden
118. S.K. Cum-Acctts. 4500-125-7000 X
119. Typist Clerk 4500-125-7000 X


Security
120. Care-Taker 4000-100-6000 X
Office of Dean
121. Stenographer 4500-125-7000 X
122. Clerk 4500-125-7000 X
Additional Post of Acct. Sec.
123. Asstt. Acctts. 5000-150-8000 X
124. Acctts. Clerk 4500-125-7000 X
Post for Chairman Office
125. Jr. Stenographer, (Adhoc) 4500-125-7000 X
Training & Placement
126. Typist Clerk 4500-125-7000 X
127. Asstt. 5000-150-8000 X
128. Jr. Stenographer 4500-125-7000 X




NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY,
JAMSHEDPUR.

CLASS IV

1 2 3 4 5
S. No. Name of the Post Scale of pay Name of the Present incumbent & Deptt. Where working. Educational qualification of present incumbent.
1 2 3 4 5
1. Library Attd. 2650-4000 1. Sri G.C. Mahto, Lib., Matric
2650-4000 2. Smt. S. Pradhan Lib, Matric
2650-4000 3. Vacant

2. Treasure Guard 2650-4000 1. Vacant
2650-4000 2. Vacant

3. Sweeper Mate 2650-4000 1. Vacant

Watchman 2550-3200 1. Sri Hem Sagar Gope, Estate Sec. Literate
2550-3200 2. Sri Biram Manjhi, Estate Sec. Literate

4. Daftari 2650-4000 1. Sri Sandeep Kumar, Academic Sec. I.A
2650-4000 2. Sri V.P. Mahto A/C Matric
2650-4000 3. Vacant

5. Cleaner 2550-3200 1. Sri M. Mahto, Vehicle Sec. Literate
2550-3200 2. Sri M. Tanty, Vehicle Sec. Literate
2550-3200 3. Sri Surjeet Singh, Vehicle Sec. Literate
2550-3200 4. Sri Lakshman Kr. Singh Vehicle Sec Matric
6. Store Attendant 2550-3200 1. Sri Sheo Charan Kr. D/Office Literate
2550-3200 2. Sri Prabhat Kr., Esstt. Sec. Matric

7. Medical Attendant 2550-3200 1. Sri P.C. Mahto, Med. Sec. Literate
2550-3200 2. Sri Vishal Kumar, Central Store Matric
2550-3200 3. Vacant
8. Peon/Darwan/Choukidar/ Mali/ Mazdoor
2550-3200 1. Sri M.K. Das, Acad. Sec. B.A.
2550-3200 2. Sri Banmali Sardar Estate Sec. Literate
2550-3200 3. Sri Radha Nath Mahto A.P Sec. Literate
2550-3200 4. Sri Dhani Ram Mahto Acad. Sec. Literate
2550-3200 5. Sri Mihir Ch. Pradhan, Estate Sec. Literate
2550-3200 6. Sri Jouhari Sahani, Estate Sec. Literate
2550-3200 7. Sri Akhil Pradhan, Girl Hostel Literate
2550-3200 8. Sri Bahadur Mahto, Comp. Sc. Literate
2550-3200 9. Sri Ramesh Ram, Hostel-G Literate
2550-3200 10. Sri Kisto Manjhi, Estate Sec. Literate
2550-3200 11. Sri Bucchu Jha, A.E. Sec. N. –Matric
2550-3200 12. Sri Santosh Sardar, Estate Sec. Literate
2550-3200 13. Sri P.K. Dutta, Physics Deptt. Literate
2550-3200 14. Sri Prahalad Singh Munda, Estate Sec. Literate
2550-3200 15. Sri G.C. Das, Prod. Engg. Literate
2550-3200 16.Sri Anup Kumar, Comp. Sc. Matric
2550-3200 17. Smt. A. Kujur, Esstt. Sec. N. – Matric
2550-3200 18 Sri Ruhi Manjhi, Physics Literate
2550-3200 19. Sri Shankar Pradhan, Hostel-G Literate
2550-3200 20. Sri Niraj Kr. Singh, Estate Sec. Inter
2550-3200 21. Sri Kameshwar Roy, Elect. Engg. Deptt Literate
22. Vacant
23. Vacant
24. Vacant
9. Mazdoor 2550-3200 1. Sri Dukhit Ram, Central Store Literate
2550-3200 2. Sri S.K. Pradhan, Estate Sec. Literate
2550-3200 3. Sri K.D. Goswami, M.C.A. Literate
2550-3200 4. Sri Triloki Singh, Estate Sec. Literate
2550-3200 5. Sri Sakhi Ch. Mahto, Estate Sec. Literate
2550-3200 6. Sri A-shraf Hussain, Acad. Sec. Literate
2550-3200 7. Sri Panda Pradhan, Esstt. Sec. Literate
2550-3200 8. Sri Manohar Sardar, A/C Sec. Literate
2550-3200 9. Sri Fantu, Spots Sec. Literate
2550-3200 10 Sri Trilochan Pradhan, Director Office Literate
2550-3200 11. Sri Gopi Pradhan, Acctts. Sec. Literate
2550-3200 12. Sri Mohan ram Mahto, Central Store Literate
2550-3200 13. Sri Rabi Mahto, A.E. Section Literate
2550-3200 14. Sri Ranglal Mahto, A.E. Section Literate
2550-3200 15. Sri Shristidhar Mahto, Met.Engg. Non- Matric
2550-3200 16. Sri Harkhu Machua, A.E. Section I Literate
2550-3200 17. Smt. Sugga Devi, A.E. Section I Literate

1o. Sweeper 2550-3200 1. Sri Suresh Mukhi, Hostel-E I Literate
2550-3200 2. Sri Lush Mukhi, Estate Sec. Literate
2550-3200 3. Sri Shib Charan Mukhi, Hostel-B Literate
2550-3200 4. Sri Nandu Mukhi, (Under suspension) H-‘B’ Literate
2550-3200 5. Sri FulChand Mukhi, Hostel ‘A’ Literate
2550-3200 6. Sri Nagen Mukhi, Hostel-H Literate
2550-3200 7. Sri Milu Mukhi, Estate Sec. Literate
2550-3200 8. Sri Subhash Mukhi, Hostel-F Literate
2550-3200 9. Sri Krishna Mukhi, Estate Sec. Literate
2550-3200 10. Sri Bir Pd. Mukhi, Math. Deptt. Literate
2550-3200 11. Sri Bishambhar Mukhi Estate Sec. Literate
2550-3200 12. Sri Kala Sona Mukhi, Estate Sec. Literate
2550-3200 13. Sri Hagru Mukhi Estate Sec. Literate
2550-3200 14. Sri Bihari Mukhi, Estate Sec. Literate
2550-3200 15. Sri Rabi Mukhi-I, Estate Sec. Literate
2550-3200 16. Sri Bideshi Mukhi-I, Estate Sec. Literate
2550-3200 17. Sri Ravi Mukhi-II, Estate Sec. Literate
2550-3200 18. Sri Arjun Mukhi, Estate Sec. Literate
2550-3200 19. Sri Ganesh Shrestha, P.G. Hostel Matric
2550-3200 20. Mss. Chepi, Estate Sec. I Literate
2550-3200 21. Smt. Devi Mukhi, Estate Sec. I literate
2550-3200 22.Sri Mahesh Mukhi, Hostel –B I Literate
2550-3200 23. Smt. Shanti Mukhi, Girls Hostel I literate
2550-3200 24. Sri Bideshi Mukhi-II Estate Sec./ I Literate
25. Vacant

11 Elect. Helper 2550-3200 1. Sri B.P. Sarangi, E.M.R. Matric
2550-3200 2. Sri J.P Gupta, E.M.R. Inter
2550-3200 3. Sri Bhola Prasad, E.M.R. Literate
2550-3200 4. Sri Bankey Mishra, E.M.R. Non- Matric
2550-3200 5. Sri M.N.Kaibarta, E.M.R. Literate
12. Civil Engg
Lab Attendant 2550-3200 1. Sri B.C. Gorai, Civil Engg. Non-Matric
2550-3200 2. Sri Ram Narayan Prasad, Civil Engg. Matric
2550-3200 3. Sri Yogeshwar Mahto, Civil Engg. Matric
2550-3200 4. Sri Damu Tiue, Civil Engg. Literate
2550-3200 5. Vacant

Office Attendant 2550-3200 1. Sri Ram Awadh Ram, P.H.E. Section Literate
2550-3200 2. Sri Chhote Lal Soren, Esstt. Section Matric

Mazdoor 2550-3200 1. Sri R.C.Mahato, Civil N-Matric

13. Electrical Engg.
Lab. Attendant 2550-3200 1. Sri Chandra Sekhar, Elect. Engg Literate
2550-3200 2. Sri Krishna Rajak, Elect. Engg. Matric
2550-3200 3. Sri Manohar Mahto, Elect. Engg. Matric
2550-3200 4. Sri Binod Kr. Satpathy, Comp. Centre Matric
2550-3200 5. Vacant

Office Attendant 2550-3200 1. Sri Deo Kr. Mahto, Elect, Engg. Literate
2550-3200 2. Sri Makhan Lal Electronics Non-Matric
14. Mech. Engg. Department
Lab. Attendant 2550-3200 1. Sri S.P. Sarkar, Mech. Engg. Literate
2550-3200 2. Sri Dilip Kr. Mahto Mech. Engg. Literate
2550-3200 3. Sri Anukul Kumhar, Dean Office Matric
2550-3200 4. Vacant
2550-3200 5. Vacant

Office Attendant 2550-3200 1. Sri Bhubneshwar Mahto, Mech. Engg. Literate
2550-3200 2.Sri Bhola Nath, Estate Sec. Literate
2550-3200 3. Sri Ram Raksha Mahto, Mech. Engg. Literate
2550-3200 4. Sri Deo Narayan Mahto, Computer Centre I.A
15. Met. Engg. Deptt.
Lab Attendant 2550-3200 1. Sri Bihari Lal, Met Engg. Literate
2550-3200 2. Sri P.B. Paswan, Met. Engg. Literate
2550-3200 3. Sri Parmeshwar Mahto, Met Engg. Literate
2550-3200 4. Sri S.S. Mandal, Met. Engg. Literate
2550-3200 5. Vacant

Office Attendant 2550-3200 1. Sri B.C. Das, Met. Engg. Literate
2550-3200 2. Sri N.K. Rajak A/C Section Matric
16. Applied Mech.
Lab. Attendant 2550-3200 1. Sri A.K. Das, A / Mech. Literate
2550-3200 2 Sri C.B. Ram, A/Mech Literate
2550-3200 3. Sri M.S. Munda, A/Mech. Literate
2550-3200 4. Sri Dilip Mahali, Workshop Literate

Office Attendant 2550-3200 1. Sri Chanchala Pradhan, A/Mech. I literate
2550-3200 2. Sri JyotiLal Singh, Hostel-B I literate
17. Physics Deptt.
Lab. Attd. 2550-3200 1.Sri M.S.Pati, A.E.Section Matric
2.Sri Manoj Kumar Jha, Computer Center. Inter
3. Sri Abdesh Rajak, Hostel – ‘G’ Illiterate

Office Attd. -do- 1. Sri Kalu Nayak, Electronics Deptt. -do-

18. Chemistry Deptt.
Lab Attd. -do- 1.Sri Bharat Singh, Computer Center Literate
2. Vacant
3. Vacant

Office Attd. -do- 1. Sri Suresh Pradhan, Asstt. Proctor office Literate
19 Mathematics Deptt.
Office Attd. -do- 1. Sri Ambika Ram, Maths Deptt. Literate
2. Sri Bhagirath Mahato/C Section Literate
20. Geology Deptt.
Lab Attd. -do- 1. Sri Chandreshwar Singh, Met. Engg. Literate

21. Humanities Deptt. -do- 1. Sri R.N.Rout, Prod. Engg. Literate
2. Sri S.N.Mahato, Lib. Section Non-Matric
22 Workshop
Office Attd. 2550-3200 1. Sri Charan Gorai, Literate
2.Vacant

Mazdoor -do- 1. Sri Salkhu Hansda Illiterate
2. Sri M.M.Ekka -do-
3. Sri Rajendra Rajak -do-
4. Sri Rajesh Kumar Non-Matric
5. Sri Kashi Prasad Literate

23. Hostel Choukidar -do- 1. Sri Sanatan Nayak, Hostel ‘B’ Illiterate
2.Sri Kamal Kant Das, Hostel “B” -do-
3. Sri S.S.Sahu, Estate Section -do-
4. Sri Janmajay Sardar, P.G.Hostel -do-
5. Sri Murli Mahato, Estate Section -do-
6. Vacant
7. Vacant
8. Vacant
24. Hostel Darwan -do- 1.Sri Bimal Pandit Hostel “C” -do-
2.Sri Gora Chand Mahto, Hostel “F” -do-
3. Sri Suraj Kumar, Estate Section Literate
4. Sri Lal Mohar Singh, Hostel “A” Illiterate
5.Sri NitishDas, Director Office Literate(N.M)
6. Sri Dayamay Prajapati, Hostel “G” Illiterate
7. Vacant

25. Hostel Sweeper -do- 1. Sri Kishun Manjhi, Hostel “F” -do-
2. Sri Deo Raj Ho, Hostel “H” -do-
3. Sri Karmu Mahato, Estate Section -do-
4. Sri Ghashi Ram Mahto, Hostel “C” -do-
5. Sri Budheshwar Mahto, Hostel “G” -do-
6. Sri Nagen Mahato, Estate Section -do-
7. Sri Ugrsen Mukhi, Hostel “D” -do-
8. Sri Kali Pad Sardar, Hostel “C” -do-
9. Sri Mohan Mahto, Hostel “E” -do-
10.Sri Jay Singh Mukhi, Hostel “A” -do-
11. Sri Pahar Singh Mukhi, Hostel “F” -do-
12. Sri Sita Ram Mukhi, Hostel “G” -do-
13 Sri Sarad Mukhi, Hostel “A” -do-
14. Sri Mangal Mukhi, Hostel “D” -do-
15. Sri Ramesh Mukhi, Estate Section -do-
16.Smt. Saro, A.E.Section -do-
17. Sri Sukur Mani, A.E.Section -do-
18. Sri Jitendra Sardar, A.E.Section -do-
19. Smt. Singo, Girls Hostel -do-
20. Sri Devendra Mahato, A.E.Section -do-
21.Sri Vijay Singh, Hostel “E” -do-
22. Smt. Sunaina Devi, Lib. Section -do-
23. Smt. Belmati Devi,(G.H) -do-
24. Smt. Padmabati Devi, Lib.Section -do-
25. Sri M.L.Yadav, P.H.E.Section Non-Matric
26. Sri Khokha Ram Mahto, Hostel “D” Illiterate
27. Smt Kanchan Devi,(G.H) -do-
28. Smt. RaiMani Devi, Esstt. Section -do-
29. Sri Haldhar Sardar, Estate Section -do-
30. Smt. Sachini Devi, Estate Section -do-
31 Sri Dharmendra Mardi, Electronics Inter
32 Sri Banerjee Tanty, Computer Sc. Literate
33. Smt. Bistu Devi, Estate Section Illiterate
34.Sri Jouhar Mukhi, Estate -do-
35.Sri Basant Mukhi, Estate Section -do-
36. Vacant
37. Vacant

26 Post Graduate Course
Met. Engg.
Lab Attd. 2550-3200 1. Sri Dina Nath Prasad, Met. Engg. Matric
2. Sri Biram Manjhi, Estate Section Illiterate
3. Sri Giri Pradhan, E.M.R Literate

27. Jamadar -do- 1. Vacant
2. Vacant

28. Attd. Cum Cook 2650-4000 1. Sri Nagen Paira, Guest House Illiterate

29 Plumbing Helper 2550-3200 1. Sri HiraLal Mahanty, P.H.E Non-Matric
2. Vacant
3. Vacant
4. Vacant

30 Chairman Peon -do- 1. Vacant

31. Record Supplier -do- 1. Sri Kamlesh Das, Cash Section Matric
32. Computer Center
Lab Attd. -do- 1. Sri Suresh Prasad, E.M.R Literate
33. Guest House
Mali -do- 1. Sri Gopal Murmu, Estate Section Illiterate
Darwan -do- 1. Sri Bhola Prasad Yadav, Estate Section Matric
2. Sri Matbar Sardar, Estate Section Literate
3. Sri MotiLal Gour,Estate Section -do-

Janitor Operator Under Guest House 2650-4000 1. Vacant

34 Civil Maintenance Helper 2550-3200 1. Sri Rudra Mukhi, Hostel “F” -do-
2. Sri Basu Gour, Estate Section -do
3. Sri Sarbeshwar Mukhi,Estate Section -do-
4. Sri Gurwa Mukhi, Estate Section -do-
5. Sri Chandramohan Mukhi, Esstt. Section -do-

35 Library Attd. New 2650-4000 1. Vacant
2. -do-

36. Office Attd. Chief Warden 2550-3200 1. Sri Santosh Bahadur, Hostel “H” Literate

37 Electronics Deptt.
Lab Attd. -do- 1. Sri Bidya Sagar Gupta, Electronics Matric
Office Attd. -do- 1. Sri Aditya Mahali, Computer Center Literate

38 Prod. Engg. & Mgt. Deptt.
Lab Attd. -do- 1. Sri Raghunath Mukhi, Prod. _do-
Office Attd. -do- 1. Sri Anand Kumar, Physics Deptt. Matric

39 D.C.A
Lab Attd. -do- 1.Sri Sunil Gour, Estate Section Literate
Office Attd. -do- 1. Sri Anand Pradhan, Library Literate

40 New Girls Hostel
Hostel Choukidar -do- 1. Sri Mathura Sardar, Estate Section -do-
2. Sri R.K.Jha, Estate Section -do-
3. Sri Tapan Mahato, Estate Section -do-
4. Sri Bimal Gour, Estate Section -do-
Sweeper -do- 1. Sri Parmath Mukhi, Estate Section -do-
2. Smt. Saraswati Mukhi, Electrical -do-

41 Computer Science
Lab Attd. -do- 1. Sri Aditya Satpathy, Comp. Sc. Matric
Office Attd. -do- 1. Sri Babloo Sardar, Electronics Literate

42 CAD/CAM
Lab Attd. -do- 1.Sri Santosh Mandal, Civil Engg. -do-

43. T.P.S.W
Office Attd. -do- 1. Sri Bhaskar Pradhan, Estate Section -do-


Performance Audit

Infra-structure:

Location and status at the start of the report Status at the end of the report period (June 04) Comments
Halls of Residence were in bad state of disrepair and had not been maintained for a long time Most of the Halls have been renovated. The work had focused on civil work in bathrooms, living rooms, corridors, common room and mess and related electrical work The renovation of cooking and food service could not be taken up during the FY due to management problems. The repair work done may not last long as no subsequent routine maintenance work had been put in place
Academic complex
The academic complex needed extensive maintenance as no maintenance work had been done in a long time The work on the academic complex was taken up after the work in the Hostels had progressed substantially. The tender was finalized in December 2003 and work started thereafter. While Civil work on the external surfaces were completed during the period under report, civil and electrical work inside the departments were not done to a significant extent. The delay, especially in executing electrical work, was caused due to lack of qualified personnel who can plan and estimate the work to be done. Archaic rules of the Institute in passing of bills for payment also led to substantial delay. There are few electrical contractors who can execute the work in Jamshedpur and hence allotment of work was delayed

Interference from local groups in extortion of fund from contractors have led to slowing down of work substantially
Horticulture, lands and grounds Some trees were planted and tree guards were procured and installed Plantation will be taken up during the next rainy season
Maintenance of Institute quarters Work could not be taken up on a large scale due to lack of fund in FY 03-04 Fund had been sanctioned in FY 04-05 but work could not be taken up due procedural delays


Location and status at the start of the report Status at the end of the report period (June 04) Comments
Laboratory Infrastructure and facilities
The laboratories were almost non-functional with age-old equipment. There was no proper asset register. Electrical and civil work was urgently required. Class rooms were in need of repair, blackboards and chairs needed replacement. The work was taken up but since the work period clashed with regular class period, it was difficult to take up the work at one go. The progress of the work was severely hampered.
Asset register was prepared for all departments but the write-off of old and unserviceable equipment is yet to be done The pace of work was very slow as the departments could not focus on their needs. They did not wish to get involved also and wanted things done centrally which was taking time. Lack of manpower and lack of faculty involvement at the planning level was a severe problem
Upgradation of equipment and laboratories
The laboratories had
inadequate and out dated equipment and large scale upgradation was required Fund was made available to Departments and faculty liberally; only a few departments made use of it. The road map for development was not there and could not be generated due to apathy on the part of department
Additional fund through TEQIP was received but no purchase was done as the departments could not plan their growth and decide on the removal of obsolescence Faculty and departments were extremely reluctant to handle purchase proposals or even think of procurement - given the history of vigilance cases that Institute faced in the past. This situation prevailed even though purchase procedures existent at nearest IIT KGP was promulgated by the BOG as early as July 03. The archaic accounts and stores procedure was a big stumbling block
Upgradation of computer and computational facility
The Institute had about 100 Pentium III PCs and the working local network at the computer centre 260 computers, 20 servers and large numbers of UPS were procured. About 80 computers were placed at the Computer Centre and the rest were sent to departments for their computer laboratories While the computers were tested and installed in Computer Centre and a few other departments, the computers and servers could not be installed at many departments. This was due to lack of adequate ‘clean’ spaces, proper power supply and earthing which was due to lack of manpower


Location and status at the start of the report Status at the end of the report period (June 04) Comments
Library
The library had not procured books in the last 3 years to any significant extent. The library hours were also short and students complained of lack of access to books. Books worth Rs. 50 lakhs were procured by the library. However, many of the books could not be put on racks due to lack of space. Manual book issue procedure continued - leading to sub-optimal performance.
The library hours were however increased from 08:00 hours to 22:00 hrs through shift duty The library needs larger space, automation of library services, better trained staff. The present staff are mainly group D. The requisition from the departments are very slow.
It is hoped that the new library building will be fully constructed and ready for take over in 04-05. Sufficient funds are available under TEQIP for new book acquisition and automation.
Computer Centre
The center was fully functional with dial-in facility. However, the academic demand on increasing computational facility was heavy and the WAN needed to be upgraded About 80 new PCs and 5 servers were added to the computer center for laboratories. Orders were placed for WAN connection but it could not be fully implemented due to regulatory network formalities. 512 kBps link was made functional using V-sat but the functioning left much to be desired.
The center is ready with banks of new servers and PCs for the GBPs LAN that has been ordered. It would connect departments, including faculty rooms, library and administrative offices The order for the LAN and WAN was placed with much difficulty due to procedural problems. The equipment have arrived and will be installed during 04-05. The work on networking the academic campus through voice calls is also to be installed at the same time. The work on extending the LAN facilities to student and academic campus has been planned.

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011-26520680 Hall J/2
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011-26522815 Hall J/4
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011-26520714
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011- 26521865 Hall J/16
Shri V Raghupathy
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(TF)011-26602224 Hall C/15
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011-26512463 Hall D/4
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011-26512514 Admin/29
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011-26510828 Old Tifac / 7
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(F) 011 - 26963695 Hall J/15
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011-26602224 Hall C/14
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Scientist D ssrao at nic dot in 011-26590245
Above Library/13
Shri M Mohanty
Scientist D
mohantym at nic dot in
011-26590207
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Ms Rita Gupta
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Shri Doyil T Vengayil
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Shri Praveen Kumar S
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Shri RK Joshi
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Shri G Harish Kumar
Scientist C harishkumar at nic dot in
011-26590334 Hall J/10
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Shri Pawan Kumar
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Shri Sunit Minz
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011-26516077
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011-23714230 Anusandhan Bhawan
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011-26864642 Admin / 5B
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011-26961579 Hall D/2
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011-26862512 Hall D/11
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Dr (Mrs) SN Khan Scientist F samadk at nic dot in 011-26590249
011-26523977 Hall C/22
Shri Sanjay Bajpai Scientist E sbajpai at nic dot in 011-26590283
(TF)011-26523027 Old Tifac/1(A)
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Shri VPS Tomar Scientist C 011-26590224 Hall C/17
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Shri Rajeev Sharma Scientist B rajeevsharma at nic dot in 011-26590310 Hall C/20
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Science and Technology Policy 2003

Hon'ble then President of India, Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam

"Today India has become one of the strongest in the world in terms of scientific manpower in capability and maturity. Hence, we are in a position not only to understand the technologies that we may have to borrow, but also to create our own technologies with extensive scientific inputs of indigenous origin. Basically we have come a long way since our independence, from mere buyers of technology to those of who have made science and technology as an important contributor for national development and societal transformation. In a world where the powers are determined by their share of the world's knowledge, reflected by patents, papers and so on, the WTO starts to play a crucial role in the economic development. It is important for India to put all her acts together to become a continuous innovator and creator of science and technology intensive products".


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Hon'ble Prime Minister of India, Dr. Manmohan Singh

"We take satisfaction from the fact that over 100 global companies have come to India to set up R&D Centres, affirming the intellectual capital of our scientific and engineering community.
Science must grapple with the key challenges facing the country today. These include the pressures of increasing population, greater health risks, changing demographics, degraded natural resources, and dwindling farmlands. We need new science and technologies, new priorities and new paradigms to address these fundamental challenges. We in India are practising new physics and new chemistry to make new materials. These are of direct relevance to the Millennium Development Goals of the United Nations".


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Hon'ble Minister of State for Science and Technology & Earth Sciences, Shri Kapil Sibal

"Since independence, the government of India has been strongly aware of both needs - the need to build up a powerful science base, and the need to ensure that science is not restricted to the university laboratories. Under a succession of enlightened leaders, Indian governments have long recognised the need for any country that aspires to call itself a modern nation to invest heavily in science and technology".

"The fruits of this foresight are now widely visible. Thanks largely to the government's determination that the country should build a strong independent base in science and technology, India has been able to build up a capacity in a wide range of areas of modern technology, from software engineering to health biotechnology. And this has placed it in a strong position to engage in the global knowledge economy, rather than remaining on the margins".



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CONTENTS

A - Preamble
B - Policy Objectives
C - Strategy and Implementation Plan
1. Science and Technology Governance and Investments
2. Optimal Utilization of Existing Infrastructure and Competence
3. Strengthening of the Infrastructure for Science and Technology in Academic Institutions
4. New Funding Mechanisms for Basic Research
5. Human Resource Development
6. Technology Development, Transfer and Diffusion
7. Promotion of Innovation
8. Industry and Scientific R&D
9. Indigenous Resources and Traditional Knowledge
10. Technologies for Mitigation and Management of Natural Hazards
11. Generation and Management of Intellectual Property
12. Public Awareness of Science and Technology
13. International Science and Technology Cooperation
14. Fiscal Measures
15. Monitoring
16. The New Vision
A - PREAMBLE

Science and technology have profoundly influenced the course of human civilization. Science has provided us remarkable insights into the world we live in. The scientific revolutions of the 20th century have led to many technologies, which promise to herald wholly new eras in many fields. As we stand today at the beginning of a new century, we have to ensure fullest use of these developments for the well being of our people.

Science and technology have been an integral part of Indian civilization and culture over the past several millennia. Few are aware that India was the fountainhead of important foundational scientific developments and approaches. These cover many great scientific discoveries and technological achievements in mathematics, astronomy, architecture, chemistry, metallurgy, medicine, natural philosophy and other areas. A great deal of this traveled outwards from India. Equally, India also assimilated scientific ideas and techniques from elsewhere, with open-mindedness and a rational attitude characteristic of a scientific ethos. India's traditions have been founded on the principles of universal harmony, respect for all creation and an integrated holistic approach. This background is likely to provide valuable insights for future scientific advances. During the century prior to Independence, there was an awakening of modern science in India through the efforts of a number of outstanding scientists. They were responsible for great scientific advances of the highest international caliber.

In the half century since Independence, India has been committed to the task of promoting the spread of science. The key role of technology as an important element of national development is also well recognised. The Scientific Policy Resolution of 1958 and the Technology Policy Statement of 1983 enunciated the principles on which the growth of science and technology in India has been based

over the past several decades. These policies have emphasized self-reliance, as also sustainable and equitable development. They embody a vision and strategy that are applicable today, and would continue to inspire us in our endeavors.

With the encouragement and support that has been provided, there is today a sound infrastructural base for science and technology. These include research laboratories, higher educational institutions and highly skilled human resource. Indian capabilities in science and technology cover an impressive range of diverse disciplines, areas of competence and of applications. India's strength in basic research is recognized internationally. Successes in agriculture, health care, chemicals and pharmaceuticals, nuclear energy, astronomy and astrophysics, space technology and applications, defense research, biotechnology, electronics, information technology and oceanography are widely acknowledged. Major national achievements include very significant increase in food production, eradication or control of several diseases and increased life expectancy of our citizens.

While these developments have been highly satisfying, one is also aware of the dramatic changes that have taken place, and continue to do so, in the practice of science, in technology development, and their relationships with, and impact on, society.

Particularly striking is the rapidity with which science and technology is moving ahead. Science is becoming increasingly inter- and multi-disciplinary, and calls for multi-institutional and, in several cases, multi-country participation. Major experimental facilities, even in several areas of basic research, require very large material, human and intellectual resources. Science and technology have become so closely intertwined, and so reinforce each other that, to be effective, any policy needs to view them together. The continuing revolutions in the field of information and communication technology have had profound impact on the manner and speed with which scientific information becomes available, and scientific interactions take place.

Science and technology have had unprecedented impact on economic growth and social development. Knowledge has become a source of economic might and power. This has led to increased restrictions on sharing of knowledge, to new norms of intellectual property rights, and to global trade and technology control regimes. Scientific and technological developments today also have deep ethical, legal and social implications. There are deep concerns in society about these. The ongoing globalisation and the intensely competitive environment have a significant impact on the production and services sectors.

Because of all this, our science and technology system has to be infused with new vitality if it is to play a decisive and beneficial role in advancing the well being of all sections of our society. The nation continues to be firm in its resolve to support science and technology in all its facets. It recognizes its central role in raising the quality of life of the people of the country, particularly of the disadvantaged sections of society, in creating wealth for all, in making India globally competitive, in utilizing natural resources in a sustainable manner, in protecting the environment and ensuring national security.

B - POLICY OBJECTIVES

Recognizing the changing context of the scientific enterprise, and to meet present national needs in the new era of globalisation, Government enunciates the following objectives of its Science and Technology Policy:
To ensure that the message of science reaches every citizen of India, man and woman, young and old, so that we advance scientific temper, emerge as a progressive and enlightened society, and make it possible for all our people to participate fully in the development of science and technology and its application for human welfare. Indeed, science and technology will be fully integrated with all spheres of national activity.
To ensure food, agricultural, nutritional, environmental, water, health and energy security of the people on a sustainable basis.
To mount a direct and sustained effort on the alleviation of poverty, enhancing livelihood security, removal of hunger and malnutrition, reduction of drudgery and regional imbalances, both rural and urban, and generation of employment, by using scientific and technological capabilities along with our traditional knowledge pool. This will call for the generation and screening of all relevant technologies, their widespread dissemination through networking and support for the vast unorganized sector of our economy.
To vigorously foster scientific research in universities and other academic, scientific and engineering institutions; and attract the brightest young persons to careers in science and technology, by conveying a sense of excitement concerning the advancing frontiers, and by creating suitable employment opportunities for them. Also to build and maintain centres of excellence, which will raise the level of work in selected areas to the highest international standards.
To promote the empowerment of women in all science and technology activities and ensure their full and equal participation.
To provide necessary autonomy and freedom of functioning for all academic and R&D institutions so that an ambience for truly creative work is encouraged, while ensuring at the same time that the science and technology enterprise in the country is fully committed to its social responsibilities and commitments.
To use the full potential of modern science and technology to protect, preserve, evaluate, update, add value to, and utilize the extensive knowledge acquired over the long civilizational experience of India.
To accomplish national strategic and security-related objectives, by using the latest advances in science and technology.
To encourage research and innovation in areas of relevance for the economy and society, particularly by promoting close and productive interaction between private and public institutions in science and technology. Sectors such as agriculture (particularly soil and water management, human and animal nutrition, fisheries), water, health, education, industry, energy including renewable energy, communication and transportation would be accorded highest priority. Key leverage technologies such as information technology, biotechnology and materials science and technology would be given special importance.
To substantially strengthen enabling mechanisms that relate to technology development, evaluation, absorption and upgradation from concept to utilization.
To establish an Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) regime which maximises the incentives for the generation and protection of intellectual property by all types of inventors. The regime would also provide a strong, supportive and comprehensive policy environment for speedy and effective domestic commercialisation of such inventions so as to be maximal in the public interest.
To ensure, in an era in which information is key to the development of science and technology, that all efforts are made to have high-speed access to information, both in quality and quantity, at affordable costs; and also create digitized, valid and usable content of Indian origin.
To encourage research and application for forecasting, prevention and mitigation of natural hazards, particularly, floods, cyclones, earthquakes, drought and landslides.
To promote international science and technology cooperation towards achieving the goals of national development and security, and make it a key element of our international relations.
To integrate scientific knowledge with insights from other disciplines, and ensure fullest involvement of scientists and technologists in national governance so that the spirit and methods of scientific enquiry permeate deeply into all areas of public
policy making.
It is recognized that these objectives will be best realized by a dynamic and flexible Science and Technology Policy, which can readily adapt to the rapidly changing world order. This Policy, reiterates India's commitment to participate as an equal and vigorous global player in generating and harnessing advances in science and technology for the benefit of all humankind.

C - STRATEGY AND IMPLEMENTATION PLAN

Keeping in view these broad objectives, it is essential to spell out an implementation strategy that will enable identification of specific plans, programmes and projects, with clearly defined tasks, estimates of necessary resources, and time targets. Some of the key elements of the implementation strategy will be as follows:
1. Science and Technology Governance and Investments

Suitable mechanism will be evolved by which independent inputs on science and technology policy and planning are obtained on a continuous basis from a wide cross section of scientists and technologists. It will utilize the academies and specialized professional bodies for this purpose. These inputs will form an integral part of the planning and implementation of all programmes relating to science and technology, as also in government decision making and formulation of policies in socio-economic sectors.

A greater integration of the programmes in socio-economic sectors with R&D activities will go a long way in ensuring a wider, more visible and tangible impact. This will call for a certain percentage of the overall allocation of each of the socio-economic ministries to be devoted for relevant programmes and activities in science and technology. The States will also be encouraged and assisted in the use of science and technology for developmental purposes through mechanisms set up for this, and in establishing linkages with national institutions for solving their regional and locale-specific problems.

A concerted strategy is necessary to infuse a new sense of dynamism in our science and technology institutions. The science departments, agencies and other academic institutions, including universities i.e. the science and technology system as a whole, would be substantially strengthened, given full autonomy and flexibility, and de-bureaucratized.

Mechanisms will be established to review on a continuous basis the academic and administrative structures and procedures in the science and technology system at all levels, so that reforms could be effected to meet the challenges of the changing needs.

It will be ensured that all highly science-based Ministries/Departments of Government are run by scientists and technologists. All the major socio-economic Ministries will have high-level scientific advisory mechanisms.

Government will ensure continued existence of an Apex S&T Advisory Body which will assist in formulating and implementing various programmes and policies. It will have appropriate representation of industry leaders, leading scientists and technologists and various scientific departments.

Government will make necessary budgetary commitments for higher education and science and technology. It will, through its own resources and also through contribution by industry, raise the level of investment to at least 2% of GDP on science and technology by the end of the Tenth Plan. For this, it is essential for industry to steeply increase its investments in R&D. This will enable it to be competitive, achieve greater self-reliance and self-confidence, and fulfill national goals.

2. Optimal Utilization of Existing Infrastructure and Competence

Science and technology is advancing at a very fast pace, and obsolescence of physical infrastructure, as also of skills and competence, take place rapidly. Steps will be taken to network the existing infrastructure, investments and intellectual strengths, wherever they exist, to achieve effective and optimal utilization, and constantly upgrade them to meet changing needs.

3. Strengthening of the Infrastructure for Science and Technology in Academic Institutions

A major initiative to modernize the infrastructure for science and engineering in academic institutions will be undertaken. It will be ensured that all middle and high schools, vocational and other colleges will have appropriately sized science laboratories. Science, engineering and medical departments in academic institutions and universities and colleges will be selected for special support to raise the standard of teaching and research. To begin with, a significant number of academic institutions, specially the universities, as also engineering and medical institutions, would be selected for this support to make an impact. Flexible mechanisms for induction of new faculty in key areas of science would be developed. Constancy of support and attention will be ensured over at least a ten-year period.

4. New Funding Mechanisms for Basic Research

The setting up of more efficient funding mechanisms will be examined, either by creating new structures or by strengthening or restructuring the existing ones, for promotion of basic research in science, medical and engineering institutions. In particular, administrative and financial procedures will be simplified to permit efficient operation of research programmes in diverse institutions across the country.

Creation of world class facilities in carefully selected and nationally relevant fields will be undertaken, to enhance our international competitiveness in areas where we have strengths, opportunities or natural advantages. Indigenous expertise will be used to the maximum extent possible. This would help in nurturing high quality talent and expertise in experimental science and engineering.

5. Human Resource Development

The number of scientists and technologists, while being large in absolute numbers, is not commensurate with the requirements in quality and when measured on a per capita basis. The demand is bound to increase in the coming years with more intensive activities involving science and technology. There is need to progressively increase the rate of generation of high quality skilled human resource at all levels. This process would naturally entail reversing the present flow of talent away from science, by initiating new and innovative schemes to attract and nurture young talent with an aptitude for research, and by providing assured career opportunities in academia, industry, Government or other sectors. In order to encourage quality and productivity in science and technology, mobility of scientists and technologists between industry, academic institutions and research laboratories will be ensured.

For building up the human resource base in relevant areas, the agencies and departments concerned with science and technology will make available substantial funding from their allocation. Flexible mechanisms will be put in place in academic and research institutions to enable researchers to change fields and bring new inputs into traditional disciplines, and also to develop inter-disciplinary areas. There will be emphasis on a continuing process of retraining and reskilling to keep pace with the rapid advances taking place. Wherever considered necessary, training abroad will be resorted to, so as to build up a skilled base rapidly.

Women constitute almost half the population of the country. They must be provided significantly greater opportunities for higher education and skills that are needed to take up R&D as a career. For this, new procedures, and flexibility in rules and regulations, will be introduced to meet their special needs.

New mechanisms would be instituted to facilitate the return of scientists and technologists of Indian origin to India, as also their networking, to contribute to Indian science and technology.
Schemes for continuing education and training of university and college teachers in contemporary research techniques and in emerging areas of science will be strengthened and new innovative programmes started.

It will also be ensured that higher education is available to the widest possible section of creative students, transcending social and economic barriers.

6. Technology Development, Transfer and Diffusion

A strong base of science and engineering research provides a crucial foundation for a vibrant programme of technology development. Priority will be placed on the development of technologies which address the basic needs of the population; make Indian industries - small, medium or large - globally competitive; make the country economically strong; and address the security concerns of the nation. Special emphasis will be placed on equity in development, so that the benefits of technological growth reach the majority of the population, particularly the disadvantaged sections, leading to an improved quality of life for every citizen of the country. These aspects require technology foresight, which involves not only forecasting and assessment of technologies but also their social, economic and environmental consequences.

The growth rate in productivity of the Indian economy has been below its true potential, and the contribution to it of technological factors is inadequate. Similarly, Indian exports today derive their comparative advantage through resource and labour rather than through the power of technological innovation. The transformation of new ideas into commercial successes is of vital importance to the nation's ability to achieve high economic growth and global competitiveness. Accordingly, special emphasis will be given not only to R&D and the technological factors of innovation, but also to the other equally important social, institutional and market factors needed for adoption, diffusion and transfer of innovation to the productive sectors.

Intensive efforts will be launched to develop innovative technologies of a breakthrough nature; and to increase our share of high-tech products. Aggressive international bench-marking will be carried out. Simultaneously, efforts will be made to strengthen traditional industry so as to meet the new requirements of competition through the use of appropriate science and technology. This industry is particularly important as it provides employment at lower per capita investment, involves low energy inputs, and carries with it unique civilizational traditions and culture. Value addition, and creation of wealth through reassessment, redistribution and repositioning of our intellectual, capital and material resource will be achieved through effective use of science and technology.

Deriving value from technology-led exports and export of technologies will be facilitated through new policy initiatives, incentives and legislation. This will include intensive networking of capabilities and facilities within the country.

Rigid Quality Standards, and Accreditation of testing and calibration laboratories according to international requirements, will be given an enhanced push to enable Indian industry to avoid non-tariff barriers in global trade.

A comprehensive and well-orchestrated programme relating to education, R&D and training in all aspects of technology management will be launched. To begin with, Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs), Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) and other selected institutions will be encouraged to initiate these programmes.

7. Promotion of Innovation

Innovation will be supported in all its aspects. A comprehensive national system of innovation will be created covering science and technology as also legal, financial and other related aspects. There is need to change the ways in which society and economy performs, if innovation has to fructify.

8. Industry and Scientific R&D

Every effort will be made to achieve synergy between industry and scientific research. Autonomous Technology Transfer Organizations will be created as associate organizations of universities and national laboratories to facilitate transfer of the know-how generated to industry. Increased encouragement will be given, and flexible mechanisms will be evolved to help, scientists and technologists to transfer the know-how generated by them to the industry and be a partner in receiving the financial returns. Industry will be encouraged to financially adopt or support educational and research institutions, fund courses of interest to them, create professional chairs etc. to help direct S&T endeavours towards tangible industrial goals.

There has to be increased investments by industry in R&D in its own interest to achieve global competitiveness to be efficient and relevant. Efforts by industry to carry out R&D, either in-house or through outsourcing, will be supported by fiscal and other measures. To increase their investments in R&D, innovative mechanisms will be evolved.

9. Indigenous Resources and Traditional Knowledge

Indigenous knowledge, based on our long and rich tradition, would be further developed and harnessed for the purpose of wealth and employment generation. Innovative systems to document, protect, evaluate and to learn from India's rich heritage of traditional knowledge of the natural resources of land, water and bio-diversity will be strengthened and enlarged. Development of technologies that add value to India's indigenous resources and which provide holistic and optimal solutions that are suited to Indian social-cultural-economic ethos will be developed.A concerted plan to intensify research on traditional systems of medicine, so as to contribute to fundamental advances in health care, and leading to commercialisation of effective products will be undertaken; appropriate norms of validation and standardization will be enforced. A purposeful programme to enhance the Indian share of the global herbal product market will be initiated.

10. Technologies for Mitigation and Management of Natural Hazards

Science and technology has an important role in any general strategy to address the problems of mitigation and management of the impacts of natural hazards. A concerted action plan to enhance predictive capabilities and preparedness for meeting emergencies arising from floods, cyclones, earthquakes, drought, landslides and avalanches will be drawn up. Measures will be undertaken to promote research on natural phenomena that lead to disasters and human activities that aggravate them. This will be with a view to developing practical technological solutions for pre-disaster preparedness, and mitigation and management of post- disaster situations.

11. Generation and Management of Intellectual Property

Intellectual Property Rights (IPR), have to be viewed, not as a self-contained and distinct domain, but rather as an effective policy instrument that would be relevant to wide ranging socio-economic, technological and political concepts. The generation and fullest protection of competitive intellectual property from Indian R&D programmes will be encouraged and promoted.

The process of globalisation is leading to situations where the collective knowledge of societies normally used for common good is converted to proprietary knowledge for commercial profit of a few. Action will be taken to protect our indigenous knowledge systems, primarily through national policies, supplemented by supportive international action. For this purpose, IPR systems which specially protect scientific discoveries and technological innovations arising out of such traditional knowledge will be designed and effectively implemented.

Our legislation with regard to Patents, Copyrights and other forms of Intellectual Property will ensure that maximum incentives are provided for individual inventors, and to our scientific and technological community, to undertake large scale and rapid commercialization, at home and abroad.

The development of skills and competence to manage IPR and leveraging its influence will be given a major thrust. This is an area calling for significant technological insights and legal expertise and will be handled differently from the present, and with high priority.

12. Public Awareness of Science and Technology

There is growing need to enhance public awareness of the importance of science and technology in everyday life, and the directions where science and technology is taking us. People must be able to consider the implications of emerging science and technology options in areas which impinge directly upon their lives, including the ethical and moral, legal, social and economic aspects. In recent years, advances in biotechnology and information technology have dramatically increased public interest in technology options in wide ranging areas. Scientific work and policies arising from these have to be highly transparent and widely understood.

Support for wide dissemination of scientific knowledge, through the support of science museums, planetaria, botanical gardens and the like, will be enhanced. Every effort will be made to convey to the young the excitement in scientific and technological advances and to instill scientific temper in the population at large. Special support will be provided for programmes that seek to popularize and promote science and technology in all parts of the country. Programmes will also be developed to promote learning and dissemination of science through the various national languages, to enable effective science communication at all levels.

A closer interaction of those involved in the natural sciences and technology, social sciences, humanities and other scholarly pursuits will be facilitated to bring about mutual reinforcement, added value and impact.

13. International Science and Technology Cooperation

Scientific research and technology development can benefit greatly by international cooperation and collaboration. Common goals can be effectively addressed by pooling both material and intellectual resources. International collaborative programmes, especially those contributing directly to our scientific development and security objectives, will be encouraged between academic institutions and national laboratories in India and their counterparts in all parts of the world, including participation in mega science projects as equal partners. Special emphasis will be placed on collaborations with other developing countries, and particularly neighbouring countries, with whom India shares many common problems. International collaboration in science and technology would be fully used to further national interests as an important component of foreign policy initiatives.

14. Fiscal Measures

Innovative fiscal measures are critical to ensure successful implementation of the policy objectives. New methods are required for incentivising R&D activities, particularly in industry. New strategies have to be formulated for attracting higher levels of public and private investments in scientific and technological development. A series of both tax and non-tax fiscal instruments have to be evolved to ensure a leap-frogging process of development. The formulation of a focused strategy and the designing of new methods and instruments requires inputs from economists, financial experts and management experts and scientists. For this purpose, the apex S&T advisory body will constitute a dedicated task-force to suggest appropriate fiscal measures to subserve the policy objectives.

15. Monitoring

Effective, expeditious, transparent and science-based monitoring and reviewing mechanisms will be significantly strengthened, and wherever not available will be put in place. It will be ensured that the scientific community is involved in, and responsible for, smooth and speedy implementation.

16. The New Vision

To build a new and resurgent India that continues to maintain its strong democratic and spiritual traditions, that remains secure not only militarily but also socially and economically, it is important to draw on the many unique civilizational qualities that define the inner strength of India; this has been intrinsically based on an integrated and holistic view of nature and of life. The Science and Technology Policy 2003 will be implemented so as to be in harmony with our world view of the larger human family all around. It will ensure that science and technology truly uplifts the Indian people and indeed all of humanity.



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Department of Science and Technology is the nodal Department of the Ministry of Science and Technology. The organisational structure of the Department has evolved over the years to respond quickly to the issues relating to the promotion and development of Science and Technology in the Country. It has three subordinate Departments viz. India Meteorological Department (IMD), National Atlas and Thematic Mapping Organisation (NATMO) and Survey of India (SOI) under its Administrative Control. In addition to it, the Department also supports 21 autonomous research institutions/ S&T professional bodies which are working in diverse areas for the promotion of Science and Technology.
The Administration and Finance Division of the Department look after the support facilities for the Subordinate Departments and Autonomous bodies including the personnel and financial administration. The activities undertaken by the different wings are given as under :
Parliament Unit
Question/Answer of Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha

The Parliament Unit is assigned with the responsibility to look after the entire Parliamentary work of the Department. It also ensures that the Parliamentary work pertaining to the Ministry of Science & Technology is accomplished as per the prescribed schedule and procedures. The Unit maintains liaison with the Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs, Secretariats of Lok Sabha/ Rajya Sabha, other Ministries/ Departments with a view to fully discharging the Parliamentary obligations of the Ministry of Science & Technology. This Unit also coordinates the visits of the Members of the Parliamentary Standing Committee etc. to various scientific institutions under the administrative control of the Department.
Parliamentary Standing Committee on Science and Technology, Environment and Forests

Composition of the Committee:

Members from Lok Sabha
Chairperson - Dr. V. Maitreyan
S.No. Name of Members
1 Shri Jashubhai Dhanabhai Barad
2 Dr. Sujan Chakraborty
3 Shri Pankaj Chaudhary
4 Shri Thupstan Chhewang
5 Shri Francis Fanthome
6 Shri Babubhai Khimabhai Katara
7 Shri A. Venkatesh Naik
8 Shri Brahmananda Panda
9 Smt. Neeta Pateriya
10 Shri Jaisingrao Gaikwad Patil
11 Shri Pratik Prakashbapu Patil
12 Shri Bachi Singh Rawat
13 Shri K.C. Singh Baba
14 Shri Kirti Vardhan Singh
15 Shri Rakesh Singh
16 Shri Rampal Singh
17 Smt. Jayaben B. Thakkar
18 Shri Aruna Kumar Vundavalli
19 Shri Akhilesh Yadav
20 Shri Mitrasen Yadav
21 Shri Sita Ram Yadav
Members from Rajya Sabha
1 Dr. V. Maitreyan
2 Shri Suryakantbhai Acharya
3 Shri Kamal Akhtar
4 Shri Jabir Husain
5 Shri Bhagirathi Majhi
6 Dr. Barun Mukherjee
7 Shri Saman Pathak
8 Shri D. Raja
9 Shri Ravula Chandra Sekar Reddy
10 Dr. Prabha Thakur

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Name & Designation Office Telephone/Fax/Email
Shri Rakesh Bhartiya,
Deputy Secretary,
Department of Science & Technology,
Govt. of India. Room No. 8, Administrative Block,
Technology Bhavan, New Mehrauli Road,
New Delhi - 110016. Tel: 011-26962743, 26590456
Fax: 011-26569908
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Science and Technology Training Cell The department undertook a training need analysis of the scientists and started in formalizing the programme in close consultation with the Department of Personnel and Training and Planning Commission. For details: Click Here
S&T Calendar for "National Training Programme for Scientists and Technologists"- 2007-08
Recruitment Cell
The Recruitment Cell is vested with the responsibility of making recruitment to Group 'A' scientific and technical posts as recruitment to these posts is exempted from the purview of UPSC. The recruitment to these posts is made by the method of direct recruitment or deputation (including short term contract) or absorption as per the Recruitment Rules for the relevant posts.
The Recruitment Cell is also vested with the responsibility of in-situ promotions of departmental Scientists under the Flexible Complimenting Scheme (FCS) as contained in the Department of Science and Technology Group 'A' Gazetted posts (non-ministerial, scientific and technical) Rules, 2004. In-situ promotions under FCS are considered twice before 1st January and 1st July every year.
Besides, the Recruitment Cell also deals with the proposals regarding recognition of Institutions / Organizations under various Ministries / Departments as scientific and technical for the purpose of introduction of FCS.
Recruitment Rules

Department of Science & Technology Group 'A' Gazetted Posts (Non Ministerial, Scientific and Technical) Rules, 2004.

Department of Science & Technology (Scientist 'B') Rules, 2000

Department of Science & Technology (Senior Adviser) Rules, 2005

Department of Science & Technology (Senior Finance Officer) Rules, 1992

Department of Science & Technology, Interpreter (Russian) Rules, 1992

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Welfare Cell
Welfare Cell of the Department looks after the welfare of DST Employees. DST/DSIR Benevolent Fund has been established in the Department and a large number of employees have become members. Assistance is provided to the members and their families to relieve distress from time to time. A Creche with requisite facilities is also being run within the Department premises for the benefit of its employees.
The Sports and Recreation Club promotes various indoor and outdoor activities. The Club regularly takes part in inter-ministerial tournaments and organizes cultural programmes and excursion tours.
Promotion of Official Language
For implementing the Official Language Policy of the Government, there is a full fledged Hindi Section in the Department. During the year, concerted efforts were made for implementing the provisions of Official Language Act, Rules made there under and orders/ instructions issued by the Department of Official Language from time to time regarding progressive use of Hindi in the Official Working of the Government of India.
With a view to encourage original writing in Hindi, the Department of Science & Technology has introduced "Dr. Meghnad Saha Award Scheme" since 1987,. Under this scheme, action is being taken for rewarding authors of original books on Scientific Subjects in Hindi.
Joint Hindi Advisory Committee-2005 Hindi Version

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Library A brief description of the activities undertaken by DST Library is given as under:
Collection Development: DST Library continued building up its collection by acquisition of new books/ journals as per the requirements of the Officers/Staff Members of the Department. During the period under review, the Library procured, processed and made available 614 books/ monographs. The total number of books available in the Library has risen to over 22,000.
Besides this, the Library subscribed to around 110 national/ international scientific and technical journals and around 100 such journals were received on gratis.
Updation of Online Catalogue: The Online catalogue of Books available in the Library was updated continuously and the total number of machine-readable records now stands at over 13,000.
Documentation Services: Besides making available books/monographs to its users, the Library continued meeting the day-to-day information requirements of the Officers/ Staff Members of DST/DSIR by providing a number of Documentation Services such as Current Awareness Service, Newspaper Clipping Service, Photocopying Service, Conducting Literature Surveys on Topics of special interest to users etc.
In addition to meeting the information requirements of its users from its own resources, the Library tapped the resources of other Libraries by cooperating with them through Interlibrary Lending. The Information Services were also provided to the users by conducting information searches on the Internet Search Facility available in the Library.
Science and Technology Exhibition Cell
For the promotion and dissemination of scientific information, a science and technology exhibition cell is working in the Department.
Integrated Finance

The Integrated Finance Division (IFD) of DST has been entrusted with the responsibility of providing advice and support on all financial matters and monitoring the progress of expenditure on various activities. Integrated Finance Division is headed by Joint Secretary and Financial Advisor, who is supported by Deputy Secretaries / Under Secretaries and other staff.



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R&D and technology development / application in Fly Ash areaNEW Form
Swarnajayanti Fellowships 2007-08NEW
Women Scientist Fellowship Programme 2008NEW Form
Proposals in the interface areas of Organic Chemistry - Biology - PharmaNEW Form
2008 India-European Commission Call in Computational Material Science Form
Ramanujan Fellowship
JC Bose National Fellowship
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Indo-Polish S&T Cooperation Programme
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Indo-Brazil Joint Call for Proposal Form
Indo - Canada S&T Cooperation Programme
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Advertisement FIST-2007 Form
Italian Elettra Synchrotron Beamtime Proposals Form

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Fellowship Scheme for Women Scientists for Societal Programmes-WOS-B, (2007)NEW
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FIST 2006- List of Recommended Departments

Selected Candidates under CP-STIO Program, 2006-2007
Tenders

Invitation of Tender

Comprehensive AMC for Water CoolersNEW
Supply of Wall Mounted & Pedestal FansNEW
Purchase of Furniture ItemsNEW
Renovation of Secretary OfficeNEW
Supply,Installation of Compactors
Hiring of Event Management Agencies in the NSDI Division
Sealed tenders are invited from leading and reputed agencies.

Vacancies

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Four Posts of Junior Analyst (Technical) Deputation BasisNEW
Two Post of Scientist "E' (Deputation Basis)
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Scientific & Engineering Research

Technology Development

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International S&T Cooperation

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Science & Technology Ministers’ meet calls for Greater Synergy to Rectify Regional Imbalances
Natonal Technology Day Celebrated
High quality imageries presented to PM
MS Consultancy Management Goes All India
Application of advanced Technology in space activities
Shortage of fuel to Atomic Power Plants
Setting up of Indian Space Science Data Centre
PSLV Successfully Launches Ten Satellites
Genetic Landscape of The People of India: An Indian Genome Variation Consortium Effort Spearheaded by CSIR (2003-2007)
Government, Industry and academia to Collaborate for leveraging Knowledge arbitrage for India's Innovation Ecology
Kapil Sibal Releases NDMA Guidelines on Cyclone Management
Agreements between ISRO and NASA
Marine Mammal Atlas Released
Rapid Diagnostic Kits for Genetically Modified Traits
Rapid Diagnostic Kits for detection of Food-Borne Pathogens
Enhancing Research Capacity in the Area of Food Biotechnology
Zinc Dispersible tablets for Management of Diarrhoea in Infants and Children
District wise daily Climatological Normal CD Rom
A Good Spell of Thunderstorm Activity over Northwest India Towards Weekend
Astronautical Society of India announces annual Awards
Kapil Sibal Meets President of International Court of Justice
India and Finland Sign Agreement on S&T Cooperation
World Meteorology Day on 23rd of March
National BIO-TECH Policy
"Inspire" To Attract Youth to Study Science
Department of Biotechnology Celebrates 22nd Foundation Day
Ninety-Eight Students Get DBT Biology Scholarships
National Bioscience Awards- 2007
Brainstorming Session of Young Scientists to Connect Dreams of Today with actions of tomorrow
Production of Atomic Energy using Thorium
Launching of Micro-Satellites
Increase in Temperature of Arctic Ocean
SAARC Workshop on Weather Forecasting Techniques
Problems Faced by Small and Medium Pharmaceutical Companies
Expenditure on Science and Technology
Disaster Management
Dr. Vijaya Lakshmi gets National Award for Women's Development through application of Science & Technology
National Award for Women's Development through application of Science & Technology Conferred on Dr. Rani Bang
National Conference to Showcase Ctting Edge of Science & Technology by Women
Earthquake Monitoring
Climate Change Monitored By IMD
Automatic Meteorological Stations
Discovery of Certain Species in Antartica
Assistance Scheme for Young Scientists
Funds for Research in Andaman
Kapil Sibal Calls upon Scientific Community to think out of The Box to find Solutions for Challenges of 21st Century
National Science Day
List of Awardees of National Awards for Science Communication for The Year 2007
National Awards for Science Communication
Launch of Chandrayan-I
India's Ranking in terms of quality of Scientific Research Institutions
Extraction of Titanium
Proposal to launch a Satellite Aditya
Submersible Capsule
Dr. R. Chidambaram becomes Member of Iaea's Commission of Eminent Persons
Method for Diagnosis of Tuberculosis
Antibiotics from Microbes - Invisible Defences
Total Eclipse of The Moon to be Visible in some parts of India
CDC Submits Report on Consultancy export potential to Vietnam
Science Express : an Indo German Pathway to Discovery.
India Australia Commit for Stronger Scientific & Technological Ties.
Study initiated towards Developing Women Consultants.
Agreement in Neurosciences.
India & France to Set up A Joint Research Laboratory on Sustainable Chemistry.
Apeejay school, Noida wins 2007-08 future Cities India 2020 Student Design Competition.
Kapil Sibal launches Pious Network for information on Indian Diaspora.
New Hybrid Maize through Molecular Biology.
95th Indian Science Congress concluded in Visakhapatnam.
Renuka Chowdhury Inaugurates Virtual Congress of Mahila Kissan and Children's Science Congress.
Keynote address of Shri Kapil Sibal at 95th Indian Science Congress.
95th Indian Science Congress Inaugurated


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Science & Engineering Research Council
Intensification of Research in High Priority Areas (IRHPA)
Mission on Nano Science and Technology (Nano Mission)
Ramanujan Fellowship
JC Bose National Fellowship
Ramanna Fellowships
Fund for Improvement of S&T Infrastructure in Universities and other Higher Educational Institutions (FIST)
Sophisticated Analytical Instrument Facilities (SAIFs)
Human Resource Development and Nurturing Young Talent.
Swarnajayanti Fellowships
Fast Track Scheme For Young Scientists (FAST)
Better Opportunities for Young Scientists in Chosen Areas of Science and Technology (BOYSCAST)
Women Scientists Programs
Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana
International Travel Support Scheme
Assistance to Professional Bodies & Seminar/Symposia
Earth System Sciences
Mathematical Sciences Office
Seismicity Programme
Utilization of the Scientific Expertise of Retired Scientists (USERS)
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Introduction

Department of Science & Technology (DST) was established in May 1971, with the objective of promoting new areas of Science & Technology and to play the role of a nodal department for organising, coordinating and promoting S&T activities in the country. The Department has major responsibilities for specific projects and programmes as listed below:
Formulation of policies relating to Science and Technology.
Matters relating to the Scientific Advisory Committee of the Cabinet (SACC).
Promotion of new areas of Science and Technology with special emphasis on emerging areas.
3A. (i) Research and Development through its research institutions or laboratories for development of indigenous technologies concerning bio-fuel production, processing, standardization and applications, in co-ordination with the concerned Ministry or Department;
(ii) Research and Development activities to promote utilization of by-products to development value added chemicals.
Futurology.
Coordination and integration of areas of Science & Technology having cross-sectoral linkages in which a number of institutions and departments have interest and capabilities.
Undertaking or financially sponsoring scientific and technological surveys, research design and development, where necessary.
Support and Grants-in-aid to Scientific Research Institutions, Scientific Associations and Bodies.
All matters concerning:
(a) Science and Engineering Research Council;
(b) Technology Development Board and related Acts such as the Research and Development Cess Act,1986 (32 of 1986) and the Technology Development Board Act,1995 (44 of 1995);
(c) National Council for Science and Technology Communication;
(d) National Science and Technology Entrepreneurship Development Board;
(e) International Science and Technology Cooperation including appointment of scientific attaches abroad (These functions shall be exercised in close cooperation with the Ministry of External Affairs);
(f) Autonomous Science and Technology Institutions relating to the subject under the Department of Science and Technology including Institute of Astro-physics, and Institute of Geo-magnetism;
(g) Professional Science Academies promoted and funded by Department of Science and Technology;
(h) The Survey of India, and National Atlas and Thematic Mapping Organisation;
(i) National Spatial Data Infrastructure and promotion of G.I.S;
(j) The National Innovation Foundation, Ahmedabad.
Matters commonly affecting Scientific and technological departments/organisations/ institutions e.g. financial, personnel, purchase and import policies and practices.
Management Information Systems for Science and Technology and coordination thereof.
Matters regarding Inter-Agency/Inter-Departmental coordination for evolving science and technology missions.
Matters concerning domestic technology particularly the promotion of ventures involving the commercialization of such technology other than those under the Department of Scientific and Industrial Research.
All other measures needed for the promotion of science and technology and their application to the development and security of the nation.
Matters relating to institutional Science and Technology capacity building including setting up of new institutions and institutional infrastructure.
Promotion of Science and Technology at the State, District, and Village levels for grass- roots development through State Science and Technology Councils and other mechanisms.
Application of Science and Technology for weaker sections, women and other disadvantaged sections of Society.
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The Science & Technology International Cooperation Division deals with the International Scientific and Technological Affairs including the negotiations and implementation of Scientific and Technological Cooperation Agreements and responsibility for scientific and technological aspects of activities of international organizations. The co-operations are sought under bilateral, multilateral or regional framework modes for facilitating and strengthening interactions among governments, academia, institutions and industries in areas of mutual interest. The Division operates in close cooperation with the Ministry of External Affairs, Indian missions abroad, Foreign missions in India and UN bodies. Science Counsellors are also posted in Berlin, Moscow, Tokyo and Washington to facilitate cooperation with respective countries to which they are accredited. India currently has bilateral S&T cooperation agreements with following countries/groupings.
Cooperation with Countries

Argentina ; Armenia ; Australia ; Bangladesh ; Belarus ; Brazil ; Bulgaria ; Canada ; China ; Colombia ; Coratia ; Cuba ; Czech Republic ; Cyprus Egypt ; Estonia ; European Union ; France ; Germany ; Hungary ; Iceland ; Indonesia ; Iran ; Israel ; Italy ; Japan ; Kazakhstan; Dpr Korea (North Korea) ; Kyrgyzstan ; Laos ; Lebanon ; Libya ; Malaysia; Mauritius ; Mexico ; Moldova ; Mongolia ; Mozambique ; Myanmar ; Namibia ; Nepal ; Northern Ireland ; Oman ; Peru ; Philippines ; Poland ; Portugal ; Russia ; Romania ; Republic Of Korea (South Korea) ; Serbia ; Singapore ; Slovak Republic ; Slovenia ; South Africa ; Spain ; Sri Lanka ; Sudan ; Switzerland ; Syria ; Tajikistan ; Thailand ; Trinidad &Tobago ; Tunisia ; Turkey ; Ukraine ; USA ; United Kingdom ; Uzbekistan ; Venezuela ; Vietnam ; Yemen ; Zambia


Cooperation with Regional Organisations

ASEAN

Indo STEPAN (Science & Technology Policy Asian Network)

SAARC (India, Nepal, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Srilanka, Maldive, Bhutan)

NAM

Multilateral Programmes

UNESCO

UNDP

BIMST-EC (Bangladesh, India, Myanmar, Srilanka, Thailand)

IOR - EC (Indian Ocean Rim)

TWAS

Indo European

The collaborations in selected areas of mutual interest with different countries/organisations are materialized through various modes of cooperation like:


Exploratory missions of scientific delegations;

Exchange visits of scientists for collaborative work and information exchange;

Joint workshops;

Fellowships / training / study visits for Indian scientists abroad and foreign scientists in India;

Development and implementation of joint R&D programmes, Joint projects and collaborative R&D programmes;

Support to Indian scientists to access major international research facilities abroad; and

Establishment of Joint Centers of Excellence.
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Organizational Structure

Directory

Annual Report 2006-2007

Annual Report 2005-2006

Annual Report 2004-2005

Annual Report 2003-2004

Annual Report 2001-2002

Annual Report 2000-2001

Annual Report 1999-2000

Annual Reports

Tenth Five Year Plan

Scientific & Engineering Research

Technology Development

S&T and Socio Economic Development

International S&T Cooperation

Women Scientists Programs

S&T Policy

NATMO

Survey of India


Press Releases

Announcements

Parliament Unit

S&T Training Cell

Recruitment Cell

Welfare Cell

Hindi Department

Library

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Annual Report 2006 - 2007

Overview

Scientific Research

Science and Engineering Research Council

Nano Science and Technology Initiative

Chemical Sciences

Physical Sciences

Life Sciences

Engineering Sciences

Intensification of Research in High Priority Areas (IRPHA)

CERN-India Collaborative Projects

Earth & Atmospheric Sciences

Seminars/Symposia and Assistance to Professional Bodies

Infrastructure Development

Fund for Improvement of Science and Technology Infrastructure in Universities and Higher Educational Institutions (FIST) Program

Sophisticated Analytical Instrument Facilities (SAIF)

Human Resources for Indian S&T Advancement

SERC Schools

Fellowships

Fast Track Scheme for Young Scientists

Partial Financial Assistance Scheme

Pilot Program on Participation of Youth in Real time /Field Observation to Benefit Education (PROBE)

Empowering Youth through Geo-informatics and Participation in Local Area Development (EYGIPLAD)

Awareness Programmes - Geo-Informatics Applications

Science Olympiad Programmes

Technology Development Programmes

Joint Technology Projects under Science and Technology Advisory Committee Mechanism

Technology Systems Program

Drugs and Pharmaceuticals Research Programme

International Science and Technology Cooperation

National Science And Technology Management Information Systems (NSTMIS)

Science And Technology Programmes for Socio - Economic Development

Science and Technology Application Program

Tribal Sub-Plan and Special Component Plan for Development of Scheduled Caste Population

National Science and Technology Entrepreneurship Development

National Council for Science and Technology Communication (NCSTC)

State Science and Technology Programme

Natural Resources Data Management System

Gender Initiatives

Science and Technology Programmes for Empowerment of Women

Fellowship scheme for Women Scientists

National Task Force for Women in Science

DST Scientific Institutions & Professional Academies

Science And Technology Based Services

Survey of India (SOI)

National Atlas and Thematic Mapping Organization (NATMO)

National Accreditation Board for Testing and Calibration Laboratories (NABL)

National Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) Programme

Administration And Finance

Vigilance

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Organizational Structure
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Annual Report 2005-2006
Annual Report 2004-2005
Annual Report 2003-2004
Annual Report 2001-2002
Annual Report 2000-2001
Annual Report 1999-2000

Tenth Five Year Plan


Technology Development


Instrumentation Development Programme
Water Technology Initiative Programme
Technology Development Board
Joint Technology Programme
Inter-Sectoral Science & Technology Advisory Committee (STAC /IS-STAC)
Participation of Youth in Real-Time Observation to Benefit Education (PROBE).

Technology Systems
Drugs & Pharmaceutical Research
Patent Facilitating Centre
Good Laboratory Practice Authority
S&T and Socio Economic Development

National Council for Science & Technology Communication (NCSTC)
Science and Society Program (SSP)
National Science & Technology Entrepreneurship Development Board (NSTEDB)
Natural Resources Data Management System (NRDMS)
State Science & Technology Programme
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Annual Report 2001-2002

Annual Report 2000-2001

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Scientific & Engineering Research

Technology Development

S&T and Socio Economic Development

International S&T Cooperation

Women Scientists Programs

S&T Policy

NATMO

Survey of India


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Secretary’s Office

Name of the Officer Division Email address Phone Hall/Room
Dr T Ramasami Secretary dstsec at nic dot in
011-26590412
011-26511439 Admin/20
Shri Sampath Kumar Sr. PPS to Secretary dstsec at nic dot in 011-26590415
011-26510068 Admin/19
Shri B Mani Staff Officer bsmani at nic dot in 011-26590412 Admin/19
Shri VS Rao PA srveluturi at nic dot in 011-26590415 Admin/19

Heads of Division

Dr V Rao Aiyagari Science & Engineering Research Council venktesh at nic dot in 011-26590285
(TF) 011-26963695 Above Library/17
Dr YP Kumar International S&T Cooperation ypk at nic dot in 011-26590410
011-26961912
(F)011-26862418 Admin/7A
Shri HK Mittal National S&T Entrepreneurship Development Board hkmittal at vsnl dot com 011-26590314
(TF)011-26517186 Hall A / 7
Shri Sanjiv Nair Administration sanjiv dot nair at nic dot in 011-26590265
011-26516077
(F)011-26515637 Admin/7
Shri KP Pandian Finance kp_pandian at hotmail dot com 011-26590491
011-26963689
(TF)011-26513883 Admin/25
Dr Laxman Prasad Technology Development & Transfer laxman at nic dot in 011-26590218
(TF)011-26510686 Hall C/4
Shri R Saha Science and Society Program raghav at nic dot in 011-26590241
(TF)011-26964793 Hall C/1
Shri Anuj Sinha National Council for Science & Technology Communication sanuj at nic dot in 011-26590219
(TF) 011-26866675 Hall C/21
Dr R SivaKumar Natural Resources Data Management System siva_k at nic dot in 011-26590308
(TF) 011-26519530 Hall I/8
Shri Sanjay Pandey Controller of Accounts pansan at gmail dot com (TF)011-26962962
Hall K

Administration

Shri Sanjiv Nair Jt Secretary sanjiv dot nair at nic dot in 011-26590265
011-26516077
(F)011-26515637 Admin/7
Smt. Madhu Wadhawan Sinha Director mw_sinha at yahoo dot com 011-26524894 011-26590429 Admin/1A
Shri Rakesh Bhartiya Director cpio-dst at nic dot in 011-26590456
011-26962743 Admin/8
Shri AS Nagi Deputy Secretary 011-26590254
011-26523989 Hall A/14
Dr (Mrs) Suman K Aggarwal Deputy Secretary sumankeshari at gmail dot com 011-26590433
011-26611772 Admin/IB
Shri SP Katnauria Under Secretary spkatnauria at yahoo dot co dot in 011-26590501 Hall E/1
Mrs Latha Gopakumar Under Secretary lathag dot kumar at nic dot in 011-26590321 Hall E/5
Shri LK Chawla Under Secretary lkchawla618 at yahoo dot com 011-26590422 Hall A/17

Disaster Management Cell

Dr Akhilesh Gupta Scientist G gakhilesh2002 at yahoo dot co dot in
akhilesh dot g at nic dot in 011-23351208
011-23316766
011-26590216
(F)011-26864570
(F)011-23316745 Admin/10
Dr Devendra Singh Scientist D ds dot chahar at nic dot in 011-26590595
011-26510490 Admin/10
Dr. Konga Gopikrishna Scientist C kongagopikrishna at yahoo dot com 011-26590595 Admin/10A

Good Laboratory Practice

Shri R Saha Head raghav at nic dot in 011-26590241
(TF)011-26964793 Hall C/1
Mrs Ekta Kapoor Scientist C ekta dot kapoor at nic dot in 011-26590242 Hall C/13
Dr S P Verma Jr. Analyst 011-26590520
Sh CS Nayak Jr. Analyst

Hindi Section

Shri Nilambar Pandey Joint Director (OL) hindi at nic dot in 011-26590201
(TF)011-26522245 Old Tifac/2
Shri Harkesh Meena Asstt. Director (OL) hkmeena at nic dot in 011-26590274
011-26520431
(F)011-26522245 Old Tifac/18

Integrated Finance Division

Shri K.P. Pandian Jt. Secretary & Financial Advisor kp_pandian at hotmail dot com 011-26590491
011-26963689
(TF)011-26513883 Admin/25
Shri SC Chawla Director scchawla_49 at rediffmail dot com 011-26590552 Admin/5
Shri Bir Singh Deputy Secretary 011-26590211
011-26519518 Admin/5A
Shri BK Mahanta DDO,DST bk dot mahanta at nic dot in 011-26590234 Cash Section
Shri R K Agarwal Under Secretary 011-26590399 Hall D/5
Shri Brij Bhushan Under Secretary 011-26590226 Hall E/4
Shri KK Arora Section Officer 011-26590233 Old Tifac/43
Shri MA Prabhakaran Section Officer 011-26590299 Old Tifac/43
Smt Jaswant Kaur Assitant 011-26590506 Hall D

International Divisions

Shri YP Kumar Head ypk at nic dot in 011-26590410
011-26961912
(F) 011-26862418 Admin/7A
Dr AK Sood Scientist G drak dot sood at nic dot in 011-26963159
011-26590272 Hall D/1
Dr BK Jain Scientist G jainbk at nic dot in 011-26590413
(TF) 011-26961583 Admin/9
Mrs Sadhana Relia Scientist G srelia at nic dot in 011-26590460
011-26602216 Admin/4D
Dr Rajiv Sharma Scientist G rajivdst at nic dot in 011-26590489
(TF)011-26967357 Admin/4A
Dr Jagdish Chander
Scientist F jchander at nic dot in 011-26590432
011-26868242 Admin/15A
Dr Naveen Vashisth Scientist C nvasishta at nic dot in 011-26590449
011-26602189 Admin/2B
Shri Rajiv Kumar Scientist C rajivarc at nic dot in 011-26590454
011-26862503 Admin/7C
Shri RK Sharma Scientist C sharma_rk at nic dot in 011-26590244 Admin/4B
Shri B K Jain Section Officer 011-26540484 Admin/2A

IS-STAC

Dr Ishraq Ahmed Head ishraq dot ahmed at nic dot in 011-26590440 Hall I/1
Shri JK Pathak Scientist D pathakjk at hotmail dot com 011-26590441 Admin/15C
Dr Susheela Negi Scientist B susheela dot n at nic dot in 011-26590622 Old Tifac/45

Library Services

Shri Chander Prakash Scientist F cps5007at nic dot in 011-26590343
011-26960074 Hall J/1
Shri N P Rawale Jr Documentation Officer nprawale at yahoo dot com 011-26590246 Library/4

NCSTC Division

Shri Anuj Sinha Head sanuj at nic dot in 011-26590219
(TF) 011-26866675 Hall C/21
Dr VB Kamble Scientist G vbkamble at nic dot in 011-26590222 Hall C/9
Mrs Shashi Ahuja Scientist F ahujas at nic dot in 011-26590309
011-26960207 Hall C/2
Shri Chander Mohan Scientist F chanderm at gmail dot com 011-26590355
011-26523011 Hall A/8
Dr MK Patairiya Scientist F mkp at nic dot in 011-26590238
011-26537976 Hall C/3
Dr DK Pandey Scientist E dkp at nic dot in 011-26590251 Hall C/8
Mrs Ujjwala T Tirkey Scientist D ujjwala26 at gmail dot com, ujjwala26 at yahoo dot co dot in 011-26590377 Hall C/7
Shri Pamposh Kumar Scientist D pamposh at nic dot in, pamposh dot kumar at gmail dot com 011-26590473 Old Tifac/23
Mrs Indu Puri Scientist C indupuri5 at gmail dot com, indupuri5 at yahoo dot com 011-26590237 Hall C/10
Dr Asit Chakrabarti Scientist C a dot chakrabarti at nic dot in 011-26590337 Hall C/11
Shri Rajesh Pathak Jr. Analyst rajeshp at nic dot in 011-26590355 Hall A/8

NEB Division


Shri HK Mittal Head hkmittal at vsnl dot com 011-26590314
(TF)011-26517186 Hall A/7
Dr BK Shukla Scientist G bk dot shukla at nic dot in 011-26590215
(TF) 011-26854416 Hall A/5
Shri Neeraj Sharma Scientist G neerajs at nic dot in 011-26590223
(TF) 011-26964781
Hall A/3
Shri Sujit Banerjee Scientist F sujit at nic dot in 011-26590312
(TF) 011-26537982 Hall A/6
Dr(Mrs) Anita Gupta Scientist E anigupta at nic dot in 011-26590213
011-32997059 Hall A/4
Shri Praveen Roy Scientist C praveen dot roy at nic dot in 011-26590316 Hall A/10
Dr. Neelima Alam Scientist C alam_ne at yahoo dot com 011-26590467
Old Tifac/41
Shri RK Joshi Jr. Analyst rcjoshi64 at nic dot in 011-26590350 Hall A

NRDMS Division

Dr R SivaKumar Head siva_k at nic dot in 011-26590308
(TF) 011-26519530 Hall I/8
Shri PS Acharya Scientist F psa at nic dot in 011-26590557 Admin/5C
Dr KR Murali Mohan Scientist F On Deputation
Dr Bhoop Singh Scientist F bhoopsingh at nic dot in 011-26590361
011-26523577 Hall D/12
Dr D Dutta Scientist E ddutta at nic dot in 011-26590202 Hall D/18
Mrs Nisha Mendiratta Scientist E nisha67 at nic dot in 011-26590497 Hall C/16
Shri OP Gaba Scientist C opgaba at yahoo dot com 011-26590444 Old Tifac/16

NSTMIS

Dr Laxman Prasad Head laxman at nic dot in 011-26590218
(TF)011-26510686 Hall C/4
Shri R Chetal Scientist G rchetal at nic dot in 011-26590267
(TF)-26525541 Old Tifac/1
Shri P Arora Scientist F parora at nic dot in 011-26590331
001-26523432 Hall D/7
Dr AN Rai Scientist E On Deputation
Mrs Namita Gupta Scientist E namita at nic dot in 011-26590371 Hall D/19
Shri C Rajadurai Scientist B crdurai at rediffmail dot com 011-26590250
(TF)011-26862512 Hall C/5

Office of Controller of Accounts

Shri Sanjay Pandey Controller of Accounts pansanjay at gmail dot com (TF)011-26962962

Hall K
Smt Sanchita Shukla Dy.Controller of Accounts sanchu74 at rediffmail dot com 011-26563059 Hall K
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Dr VC Goyal Scientist F vikasc dot goyal at nic dot in 011-26590298
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Survey of India, The National Survey and Mapping Organization of the country under the Department of Science & Technology, is the OLDEST SCIENTIFIC DEPARTMENT OF THE GOVT. OF INDIA. It was set up in 1767 and has evolved rich traditions over the years.
In its assigned role as the Nation's principal mapping agency, Survey of India bears a special responsibility to ensure that the country's domain is explored and mapped suitably to provide base maps for expeditious and integrated development and ensure that all resources contribute their full measure to the progress, prosperity and security of our country now and for generations to come.
Short History

The history of the Survey of India dates back to the 18th Century. Forerunners of army of the East India Company and sometimes in its wake Surveyors had onerous task of exploring the unknown. Bit by bit the tapestry of Indian terrain was completed by the painstaking efforts of a distinguished line of Surveyors such as Mr Lambton and Sir George Everest. It is a tribute to the foresight of such Surveyors that at the time of independence the country inherited a survey network built on scientific principles. The great trigonometric series spanning the country from North to South & East to West are some of the best geodetic control series available in the world. The scientific principles of surveying have since been augmented by the latest technology to meet the multi- disciplinary requirement of data from planners and scientists.
Organized into only 5 Directorates in 1950, mainly to look after the mapping needs of Defence Forces in North West and North East, the Department has now grown into 18 Directorates spread in all parts of the country to provide the basic map coverage required for the development of the country. Its technology, latest in the world, has been oriented to meet the needs of defense forces, planners and scientists in the field of geo-sciences, land and resource management. Its expert advice is being utilized by various Ministries and undertakings of Govt. of India in many sensitive areas including settlement of international borders, State boundaries and in assisting planned development of hitherto under developed areas.
Faced with the requirement of digital topographical data, the department has created three Digital centers during late eighties to generate Digital Topographical Data Base for the entire country for use in various planning process and creation of geographic information system. Its specialized Directorates such as Geodetic and Research Branch, Research & Development Directorate and Survey Training Institute have been further strengthened to meet the growing requirement of users community. The department is also assisting in many scientific programmes of the nation related to the field of geo-physics, remote sensing and digital data transfers.
Activities/ Charter of Duties

The Survey of India acts as adviser to the Government of India on all survey matters, viz Geodesy, Photogrammetry, Mapping and Map Reproduction. However, the main duties and responsibilities of the Survey of India are enumerated below:
All Geodetic Control (Horizontal and Vertical) and Geodetic and Geophysical surveys.
All Topographical Control, Surveys and Mapping within India.
Mapping and Production of Geographical Maps and Aeronautical Charts.
Surveys for Developmental Projects.
Survey of Forests, Cantonments, large scale city surveys, guide maps, cadastral surveys etc.
Survey and Mapping of special maps.
Spellings of Geographical names.
Demarcation of the External Boundaries of the Republic of India, their depiction on maps published in the country and also advice on the demarcation of inter-state boundaries.
Training of officers and staff required for the Department, trainees from Central Government Departments and States and trainees from Foreign Countries as are sponsored by the Government of India.
Research and Development in Cartography, Printing, Geodesy, Photogrammetry, Topographical Surveys and Indigenisation.
Prediction of tides at 44 ports including 14 foreign ports and publication of Tide Tables one year in advance to support navigational activities.
Scrutiny and Certification of external boundaries of India and Coastline on maps published by the other agencies including private publishers.
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Surveyor General's Office
Post Box No. 37, Dehra Dun - 248001
Fax: 0135-2744064
E-mail: sgo at nde dot vsnl dot net dot in
Nothern Zone
Southern Zone
Eastern Zone
Western Zone
Northern Zone,
Dakshin Marg, Sector - 32 A, Chandigarh - 160047
Fax: 0172 - 2606916
Northern Circle,
17 EC Road, Dehra Dun North Western Circle
Dakshin Marg, Sector-32 A, Chandigarh
E-mail: surnort at ch dot dot dot net dot in
Jurisdiction:
Uttar Pradesh Jurisdiction:
Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Punjab, Chandigarh, Jammu & Kashmir
Units Telephone Nos. Units Telephone Nos.
No. 2 DO
2657112-16/257
No. 9 DO 607420
No. 6 DO
2657259 No.55 FP
603464
No. 20 (P) P 2657112-16/367 No. 56 FP

No. 26 (P) P 2657112-16/266 No. 57 FP

No. 70 FP 2657112-16/264 No. 17 DO (Jammu)

No. 1 FP
2657112-16/329 No. 79 (P) P (D.Dun)

No. 33 FP 2657861 No. 28 FP (D.Dun)

No. 90 FP 2632247 No. 3 FP (Ambala)

No. 23 FP (Mussoorie) 2632651 No. 42 FP (Ambala)

No. 27 FP (Mussoorie) 2391934 No. 25 FP (Mussoorie)
No. 91 FP (Lucknow) 2657112-16/248

Southern Zone,
Sarjapur Road, Koramangala 2nd Block, Bangalore - 560034
Fax: 080 - 25532457
E-mail: szo-soi at blr dot cmc dot net dot in
Southern Circle, Sarjapur Road, Koramangala 2nd Block,
Bangalore South South Eastern Circle,
Uppal,Hyderabad
E-mail: ssecsoi at ap dot nic dot in
South Central Circle
3-4-526/38, Barkatpura,
PO-1276,
Hyderabad

Jurisdiction
Goa, Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu (except parts of the Coimbatore and Udgamandalam Distt.), Lakshadweep & Pondicherry (except Yanam Distt.) Jurisdiction
Andhra Pradesh and Yanam
Distt. of Pondicherry.
Jurisdiction
Maharashtra and Dadra & Nagar Haveli.
No. 4 DO
No. 40 (P) P
No. 84 (P) P
No. 8 FP
No. 17 FP
No. 24 FP
No. 21 FP (Trivandrum)
No. 41 FP (Palghat) No. 10 FP
No. 34 FP
No. 38 FP
No. 43 FP
No. 50 FP
No. 53 FP
No. 104 (HBD) (Ptg.Gp.) No.8 DO
No. 49 FP
No. 51 FP
No. 78 (P) P
No. 54 FP
No. 59 FP
No. 31 FP (Pune)
No. 52 FP (Pune)
No. 85 FP (Nagpur)

Eastern Zone,
No. 13 Wood Street, Calcutta -700016
Fax:033-22800196
e-mail: soi-cal at wb dot nic dot in
Eastern Circle
No. 13 Wood Street,
Calcutta. North Eastern Circle
Bonnie Brae Estate
Shillong. South Eastern Circle
Survey Bhawan,
PO-RR Laboratory,
Bhubaneshwer
e-mail: or-soi at hub1 dot nic dot in
Jurisdiction
West Bengal, North part of Bihar, Sikkim and Andaman & Nicobar Islands. Jurisdiction
Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Nagaland, Tripura, Arunachal Pradesh and Mizoram
Jurisdiction
South part of Bihar and Orissa
No.5 DO
No. 14 DO
No. 30 (P) P
No. 37 FP
No. 62 FP
No. 63 FP
No. 75 FP (Patna)
No. 92 FP (Varanasi)
No. 102 PLO (Ptg. Gp.) No. 12 DO
No 13 DO
No. 80 (P) P
No. 22 (P) P D.Dun
No. 5 FP
No. 9 FP
No. 12 FP
No. 29 FP
No. 35 FP (Guwahati)
No. 81 FP (Silchar) No.10 DO
No. 11 DO
No. 76 (P) P
No. 77 (P) P
No. 86 FP (Vishakhapatnam)
No. 11 FP (Ranchi)
No. 18 FP (Ranchi)
No. 74 FP (Ranchi)

Western Zone
R-7,Yudhisthir Marg, 'C' Scheme, Jaipur-302 005
Fax: 0141-2382065
E-mail: soiwzo at jp1 dot dot dot net dot in
Western Circle
Geejgarh House,
PO 72, Civil Lines,
Hawa Sarak, Jaipur
E-mail: surwest at datainfosys dot net Central Circle
314,Napier Town,
Post Box No. 93,
Jabalpur
E-mail: dccsvy at bom6 dot vsnl dot net dot in
Jurisdiction
Gujarat, Rajasthan and
Daman & Diu Jurisdiction
Madhya Pradesh
No.3 DO
No. 83 FP
No. 32 (P)
No. 4 FP Ajmer
No. 6 FP Ahmedabad
No. 7 FP Abu
No. 13 FP (Mussoorie)
No. 58 FP (Ajmer)
No. 2 FP Jodhpur)
No. 87 FP (Vadodara)
No.7 DO
No. 48 (P) P
No. 89(P) P (Bhopal)
No. 44 FP (Indore)
No. 45 FP
No. 46 FP
No. 60 FP (Gwalior)
No. 61 FP
No. 88 FP (Raipur)


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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the role of DST in societal development?
A large numbers of interdisciplinary project of multisectoral nature are supported leading to technological empowerment and capacity building for sustainable livelihood. DST also has programmes to help S&T personnel towards self-employment and entrepreneurship.
How does the DST programme help students to start up their ventures?
Programmes like Science and Technology Entrepreneurs Park (STEP) and Technology Business Incubator (TBI's) help the students in their startup by providing necessary support in the form of infrastructure, technical input and academic linkages.
What is the critical role of DST?
The DST is the nodal department of Government in India for the co-ordination of overall R&D programmes of the Government. The Department is responsible for conceptualization and implementation of S&T programmes. It formulates S&T policy and advices Government on matters related to S&T.
Is their any scheme for infrastructural development of R&D institutions?
Yes, there is a fund available for improvement of S&T infrastructure for R&D institutions under its FIST programme. For further information click here
How does DST supports state level S&T ?
DST has established state S&T councils in almost all states in the country for planning, coordinating and monitoring S&T activities at state level
Is their any web portal for information dissemination?
Several portal are available, Mention of these portals are made at appropriate places in this website. Some of the useful portals are TIMEIS, NSTEDB, Vigyan Prasar, Science and Society etc
Is their any programme available for young scientists?
Yes, Young Scientists can take up R&D Programme, through institutions
Eg: Young Scientist Scheme under SERC Programmes
In which fields R&D support is available?
For Physical Science, Mathematical Science, Chemical Science, Life Science and Engineering Science
Are there any programs for young students at school level?
Kishore Vigyan Prothoshan Yojana is available for 10th and +2 students to take up the Research Development as a Carrier. For more information click here
Is any support available for commercialization of indigenous technology?
Technology Development Board is supporting for the commercialization of indigenous technology by providing grants as well as soft loans .For Further Information click here
What is the role of DST in Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) ?
DST is providing assistance to S&T community for patenting their research work, nationally as well as internationally through Patent Facility Cell.
What are specific S&T programmes under National Common Minimum Programme?
Under this programme DST is strengthening S&T Infrastructure, specialized research facility in high priority areas and S&T mission schemes.
Does DST recognize exceptional efforts made under S&T in general?
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We all know the power of using good images on our websites and in our printed materials to communicate more effectively. Learn some tips and tricks for taking better photos and share your own tips!


I have been doing photography for over 10 years now. I really enjoy it because it helps me to be more observant and notice things around me whether it's carved gargoyles on buildings in my neighborhood or intriguing people I meet during my travels. Check out my images in my online photo gallery, Global Mosaics or my blog.

Here are a few tools and tips for taking better photos, editing them and sharing them online. I hope you can also share some tips in the Comments section below.


> TAKING PHOTOS

Composition
When you are taking photos, try to take photos from different angles. You never know which one is going to be the best one! Also keep in mind what is in the background. If it is too cluttered, it can take away from the point of interest. This is why I love taking close-up and macro shots. There is no background to worry about. Fodor has a great guide on composition.

Light
The color of light is also something that can make or break an image. Like many photographers, I love the color of light around sunrise and sunset. Around this time of day, the sunlight gives everything a warm golden glow.
> EDITING PHOTOS
Irfan View, Photo Editor Freeware
I have been using Irfan View for years. It is such a simple, but powerful tool for editing images, adding text to images and more.


> SHARING PHOTOS
Flickr, Share Your Photos

This is a great way to share your images and get feedback on them. It's easier to upload to Flickr, then my own
website. You can search for groups that fit the type of photography that interests you. Some people prefer
black and white photography, some like street photography and others like nature photography. Photographers are a diverse bunch!


> CAMERAS
Okay, so everyone always asks me what kind of camera do I use? Do I use a film camera or a digital camera?

Before I tell you what kind of camera I use, I want to let you know that the type of camera doesn't guarantee that you will take great photos. Great photos are about how you see the world "your eye" and being in the right place at the right time! The more you shoot the better "your eye" gets!

Having said that the best camera for you depends on the type of photography that interests you. If you like sports photography, you may want to get a camera with a fast shutter speed. If you want to do close-ups, a camera with a macro lens may be good for you.

I started with an automatic point and shoot camera and a manual camera, then I upgraded to a Nikon N80, which does both manual and automatic. I shot both print film and slides.

I was hesitant to try digital, but now I only shoot digital. It's convenience outweights its disadvantages for me. It is small and easy to carry around unlike my Nikon. I can take as many shots of one thing and delete the ones I don't like. I use a HP Photosmart R507 (4 megapixel). It has a zoom lens with a macro feature. It uses a rechargeable Lithium ion battery, which lasts a lot longer then double AA batteries. If you buy a digital camera, go ahead and buy the kit with the case and memory card, it's usually less expensive. Of course my camera is now outdated. Now HP offer HP Photosmart R707, 5 megapixel camera. In fact, there are probably better cameras out there now, so check out CNET's digital camera section to get an overview of the best digital cameras in your price range. If you get a digital camera, it is also helpful to get a portable external hard drive to save your images while you are traveling. I use a QMemory 40GB external hard drive.

> ONLINE PHOTO SEARCH
Don't have the images you need? No worries. In addition to Flickr, you can find free images for non-commercial and educational use on these websites. Do you know of any others? Share them in the Comments section.

- Creative Commons
- Elated.com Image Kits
- Flickr Creative Commons
- FreeImages.co.uk
- FreeStockPhotos.com
- iStockPhotos Royalty Free Images

- PAHO Health Photo Library

- Photoshare
- Stock.XCHNG Free Stock Photos
- USAID Africa Bureau Photo Library


Do you have tools, tips or questions about photography?
Feel free to post them in the Comments section below.

Roshani
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Comments
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Re: Photo Tips & Tricks
by jacob on Sun 15 Jul 2007 04:18 PM EDT | Profile | Permanent Link
Flickr is the answer for the new trend in internet. Sharing and feedback to sharing. In the past this was restrictive. Space was expensive. But with the cheapening of technology, sharing became possible and opened new roads for photographers, editors and possibly for everyone. It made possible the existence of huge virtual groups. There are also a lot of other photo sharing sites worth mentioning like the new Saatchi Gallery.
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Re: Photo Tips & Tricks
by Kristin on Thu 06 Dec 2007 11:44 AM EST | Permanent Link
http://www.hp.com/united-states/consumer/digital_photography/take_better_photos/index.html

Take Better Photos

Tips and techniques from HP Digital Photography to improve your digital photos and make them stand out in your photo album.
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Re: Photo Tips & Tricks
by Anonymous on Wed 13 Feb 2008 08:34 PM EST | Permanent Link
Also check out http://www.photographytips.com/ for more photo tips and tricks.
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Interested persons may write to the Public Information Officer of the Institute

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Following are the Main Committees / Governing body
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♦ Finance Committee

♦ Building and Works Committee

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Meetings of these Committees/Board are not open to Public

Minutes of the meetings are not accessible to public

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Mechanical Engineering

HOD

Name Dr. Sudarshan Singh
Designation Professor & HOD
Educational Qualification B.Sc. Engg. - BCE Patna, 1972
M. Tech. - IIT Delhi, 1976

Phd - University of Roorkee, 1987

Area of Specializations Thermal Engineering,



LIST OF FACULTY MEMBERS



DEPARTMENT


PROFESSOR
ASSTT. PROFESSOR
LECTURER

MECHNICAL ENGG. Prof. Narendra Kumar


Prof. S.J.Hasnain


3. Prof. Sudarshan Singh


Sri S.S.Prasad


Dr. S.K.Verma


Dr. Om Prakash


Dr. Amar Nath Singh



Sri M.N.Pandey


Sri Amit Kumar


Md. Shahid Mahmood


Sri A.K.Das


Sri Arun Kumar


Sri Pushpam Kumar Sinha





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DEPARTMENT

The college is recognised by the AICTE(All India Council for Technical Education), New Delhi, Department of Science & Technology, Govt. of Bihar and Magadh University, Bodh Gaya, Bihar (INDIA) is the affiliating University .



At present, as approved by the AICTE, the number of seats each year in different faculties is as follows :-



1. Computer Science. & Engineering 60 seats
2. Electronics & Communication Enginnering 90 seats
3. Mechanical Engineering 90 seats
Total = 240 seats

It may be mentioned that previously the intake capacity in the discipline of Electronics & Communication Engineering and Mechanical Engineering was 60 and 30 respectively. But this year(2004-05) the intake capacity has been increased to 90 each in the two disciplines.

It is expected that with improvement in the infrastructure in the Computer Lab, the intake capacity in the discipline of Computer Sc. & Engineering will also be increased.

Science & Humanity

1. Dr. Ayaz Ahmad M.S. (MATH),P.hd. Lecturer
2. Mr. Hashim Khan M.S. (MATH),M.Phil. Sr. Lecturer
(on study leave)
3. Ms. Rashmi Rani M.Sc.(MATH) Sr. Lecturer
(on study leave)
4. Dr. Motiur Rahman Ansari P.hd.(PHYSICS) Lecturer
5. Dr. Rafiquzzaman Ansari Ansari P.hd.(PHYSICS) Lecturer
6. Mr. Prashant Kumar BSc. Engg Lecturer
7. Mr. Md. Khalid Raza M.A.(ENGLISH) Asst.Lecturer
8. Ms. Zeeshan Ali M.A.(ENGLISH) Lecturer
9. Mr. Md Firoz Alam Ph.D.. Lecturer
10. Mr. Prem Hasan M.Sc.(CHEMISTRY) Sr.Lecturer
11. Dr. Md Nesar Ahmad Ph.D.(CHEMISTRY). Lecturer
12. Dr. Md. Fayazur Faizi Ph.D.. Lecturer


Electronics Computer Sc. & IT Mechanical Sc. & Humanity




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Mandatory Disclosure for AICTE

Name of the Institution : Maulana Azad College of Engg. & Technology
Neoraganj, Neora, Patna
Phone : 06115-266553
Fax : 0612-2250348
Email : contact@macet.net.in

Name and Address of the Director : Dr. Kameshwar Prasad Singh
Lohanipur West, Kadamkuan, Patna - 3
Phone : 0612-2687489
Mobile : 9835 226179
Name of the Affiliating University : Magadh University.
Bodh Gaya.
Members of the Board and brief background
1. Justice S. Ali Ahmad
President
- Former Acting Chief Justice of Patna High Court and Former Judge


2. Justice S. Sarwar Ali
- Former Judge and Acting Chief Justice of Patna High Court
- Former Lok-Ayukt, Bihar
3. Mrs. Sheema Ali Khan
- Judge, Patna High Court
- Interested in social and education work
4. Mr. S.S. Mashhadi
- Former Member, Bihar Public Service Commission
- Social worker particularly in Academic side
5. Dr. Ahmad Abdul Hai
(MS & FRCS)
- Former Professor & Head of Department, Patna Medical College & Hospital
- Director, Hai Research Centre
6. Mr. Motiur Rahman
- Chartered Accountant
7. Mr. Anwar Karim
- I.A.S., Retired
Ex-Development Commissioner, Govt. of Bihar
8. Dr. K. P. Singh - Director, MACET
9. Dr. M.K.P. Mishra
- HOD (Electronics), MACET
Members of Academic Advisory Board : President, Director and Head of Departments

Frequency of the Board meetings and Academic Advisory Board : This body meets regularly to access the academic activities generally 5 times in one academic year
Organizational chart and processes: Click here to view

Nature and extent of involvement of faculty and students in academic affairs / improvements : The faculty members often hold seminars and debates in which the students are actively involved.
Mechanism/Norms & procedure for democratic/good Governance: The students meet the Director/ Heads / Special Officer in case of any difficulty they face.
Students Feedback on Institutional Governance / faculty performance: Feedback from students about teachers in a prescribed form is taken. (Details of the Performa placed on the web site).
Grievance redressal mechansim for faculty staff and students: In case of any grievances the faculty and the staff are free to meet the Director / President for redressal.
Programmes
Name of the Programmes approved by the AICTE: B.Sc. Engg. Degree level

Name of the Programmes accredited by the AICTE: NO
For each programme the following details are to be given :

Name : B.Sc. Engg.
Number of seats : At present 240
Duration : 4 years
Cut off mark/rank for admission during the last 3 years:
2004-2005 -> 30/160 2005-2006 -> 32/160 2006-2007 -> 30/160
Fee : Rs. 35000.00
Placement Facilities :The college has a full fledged placement cell headed by the Professor & Senior Lecturer
Campus placement in last 3 years with min salary, max salary and avg salary : The Placement cell looks after the placement & training of the students. Vocational training and other training are also organized in different governmental and non-governmental organization such as BSNL,TISCO,TELCO etc. Details of the placement through campus selection is being compiled.


Faculty
Permanent Faculty: Electronics & communication - 14
Mechanical Engineering - 14
Computer Sc. & IT - 9
Sc. and Humanity - 12
Efforts are being made to appoint suitable faculty members

Visiting Faculty : -
Permanent Faculty : Student Ratio 1:20.5
Number of Faculty employed and left during the last 3 years: Left - 10 Appointed - 24
Admission Procedure
Mention the admission test being followed, name and address of the test agency and its URL (web site): - B.C.E.C.E, Bihar Combined Entrance Competitive Examination (http://www.bceceb.org)
- Association of un-Aided minority colleges of Bihar

Calendar for admission against management/vacant seats
Last date for request for applications: 20.07.07

Last date for submission of application: 25.07.07

Dates for announcing final results: 6th September 2007

Release of admission list(main list and waiting list should be announced on the same day): 6th September 2007

Dates for acceptance by the candidate(time given should in no case be less than 15 days): 22nd September 2007

Last date for closing of admission: Depends upon recommendations made by Bihar Combined Competitive Examination which is conducted by State Government.

Starting of the Academic session: 18th November 2007

The waiting list should be activated only on the expiry of date of main list: Direction will be followed

The policy of refund of the fee, in case of withdrawal, should be clearly notified: Notified in the prospectus as per instruction No-AICTE/LEGAL/04(01)2007

Criteria and weightages for admission
Describe each criteria with its respective weightages i.e admission test, marks in qualifying examination etc.: Weightage is given to marks in common entrance test & nomination by state government.

Mention the cut-off levels of percentage & percentile scores of the candidates in the admission test for the last 3 years : 18.75% in 2004-2005
20% in 2005-2006 18.75% in 2006-2007

Display marks scored in test etc. in aggregate for all candidates who were admitted: It will be displayed after admission is over.






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GOALS AND OBJECTIVES

To offer educational programmes which are consistent with national perspectives of development and to create a dynamic management system which on a continuing basis, can review the educational processes and manage changes to improve its effectiveness.


To generate and impart up-to-date knowledge to contribute to the national effort to improve economy as well quality of life and in general to strive for excellence.


To create an environment in the institution which is conductive to the development of the overall personalities of the students by inculating in them national perspectives, cultures outlook, healthy habits, co-oerative spirit and ethical values.


To create new job opportunities for youth who are unemployed or under employed by introducing short term courses in computer applications.


To afford opportunities to diploma holders to become highly trained engineers.





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MECHANICAL ENGINEERING



Mechanical Engineering department was started with 30 intake when the college started. The department has fully developed laboratories for under-graduates students.

The department has fully developed laboratories for undergraduate students. Recently, due to its well developed laboratory and qualified staff, the intake has been increased to 90 with effect from 2004-05. It is expected that two senior retired professors shall be joining soon.


The details of the faculty members are given below :-

1.
Dr K. P. Singh
Ph. D. .
Professor

2.
Mr. I.D. Prasad
M.Tech .
Head of the Department

3.
Mr. Md. Masood Ahmad
M. Tech.
Sr. Lecturer

4.
Mr. Sikander Azam
B.Sc., Engg.
(Study Leave)

5.
Mr. Syed Shahbaz Anjum
M.Sc., Engg.
Lecturer

6.
Mr. Shaukat Ali
B.Sc. Engg,M. Tech.
Lecturer

7.
Mr. Helal Malick
B.E.
Lecturer

8.
Mr. Nishant Poddar
B.E.
Lecturer

9.
Mr. Md. Reyaz
B.Sc., Engg.
Lecturer

10.
Mr. Md. Talha
M.Tech.
Lecturer

11.
Mr. Tanweer Alam
M.Tech.
Lecturer

12.
Mr. Rakesh Kumar
M.Tech.
Lecturer

13.
Mr. Pushpam Kr. Singh
M.Sc .
Lecturer

14.
Mr. F. Tauheed
M.Sc.
Lecturer






Electronics
Computer Sc. & IT
Mechanical
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ALL INDIA COUNCIL FOR TECHNICAL EDUCATION
Format for Compliance Report for the year 2008-09 to be
submitted alongwith Mandatory Disclosure
�� Last date of submission of Compliance Report – 31/08/2007
�� Compliance Report to be submitted at the concerned Regional Office.
INDIRA GANDHI SPORTS COMPLEX, I.P. ESTATE
NEW DELHI – 110 002
Phone: (011) 23392563 to 23392565, 23392568, 23392571,
23392573 to 23392575, 23392506 Fax: (011) 23392554
Website: www.aicte.ernet.in
1 Signature of Authorized Signatory with date
Important information for filling up the compliance report
�� The institution is required to submit two copies of the Compliance Report as per
prescribed format along with mandatory disclosure to the concerned Regional Office
latest by 31st August 2007.
�� The Compliance Report should be submitted alongwith a processing fee of
Rs. 40,000/- in the form of demand draft in the favour of Member Secretary, AICTE,
payable at New Delhi. The compliance reports without the processing fee will not be
accepted.
Institute is more than 50% Govt. Aided.
�� The information in the compliance report should be filled up strictly as per the
prescribed format. Compliance Reports with incomplete information will not be
accepted.
�� All the annexures should be indexed with page numbers and signed by the authorized
signatory of the institution.
2 Signature of Authorized Signatory with date
FORMAT FOR COMPLIANCE REPORT
All the existing technical institutions are required to submit the following information both in
the form of hard and soft copy by 31/08/2007.
1. i) Name and Address of the Institution
Name
Address Permanent Location as approved by AICTE Temporary Location (if applicable)
Mesra, Ranchi
Village
Taluk
District Ranchi
Pin Code 835215
State Jharkhand
STD Code 0651 Phone No: 2275200, 2276002,
2276004
Fax No. 2275401 E-Mail: skmukherjee@bitmesra.ac.in
Web site www.bitmesra.ac.in
Nearest Rly Station Ranchi Distance: 20 Km.
Nearest Airport B. M. Airport, Ranchi Distance: 25 Km.
1. ii) Whether the institution is operating at temporary location (if so provide details of permanent
location alongwith survey no.)?
NO
2. i) Name and Address of the Society / Trust
Name
Address Birla Institute Of Technology
Mesra, Ranchi
Pin Code 835 215 STD Code 0651
Phone No. 2275872, 2276002, 2276004 Fax No. 2275401
E-Mail skmukherjee@bitmesra.ac.in Web site www.bitmesra.ac.in
3 Signature of Authorized Signatory with date
2. ii) Brief details regarding background of the Trust/Society, Governing body members, etc.
List of Governing Body Members-
1. Sri G. P. Birla
Chairman, Board of Governors
9/1, R. N. Mukherjee Road
KOLKATA – 700001
10. Shri D. N. Patodia
45, Akash Neem Marg
D L F City, Phase II
GURGAON – 122001 (Haryana)
2. Sri C. K. Birla
Vice Chairman, Board of Governors
9/1, R. N. Mukherjee Road
KOLKATA – 700001
11. Shri G. P. Lal
Ex-Chairman-cum-Mg. Director
Bihar Rajya Pul Nirman Nigam
VEDSHREE, Durja, PATNA – 800001
3. Shri R. D. Sahay
Dy. Secretary, Government of India
Ministry of Human Resource Development
Department of Secondary & Higher Education
Shastri Bhawan, NEW DELHI – 110001
12. Shri Deepak Chatterjee
National Engineering Industries Ltd.
9/1, R. N. Mukherjee Road
KOLKATA – 700001
4. Dr. Balagurusamy E.
Vice Chancellor
Anna University
Sardar Patel Road, CHENNAI – 600025
13. Dr. H. C. Pande
27, Malviya Industrial Estate
JAIPUR – 302017
5. Dr. S. K. Chopra
Nominee of All India Council for Technology
Education
14. Dr. P. Ghosh
M/S B. M. Birla Science & Technology Center
Statue Circle
JAIPUR - 302005
6. Commissioner-cum-Secretary Ex - Officio
Dept. of Science & Technology
Government of Jharkhand, RANCHI
15. Prof. S. K. Mukherjee
Vice Chancellor
B.I.T., Mesra, RANCHI
7. Commissioner-cum-Secretary Ex – Officio
Higher Education
Government of Jharkhand. RANCHI
16. Dr. P. C. Joshi
B.I.T., Mesra
RANCHI
8. Commissioner Ex – Officio
South Chhotanagpur, Jharkhand
RANCHI
17 Shri Mahendra Kumar
B.I.T., Mesra
RANCHI
9. Dr. Anil Wilson
Principal, St. Stephen’s College
University Enclave
DELHI
3. Name and Designation of the Head of the Institution (Principal / Director)
Name Dr. S. K. Mukherjee
Designation Vice Chancellor Qualification & Experience :
M.E., Fellow in Management
Highest
Degree
Specialization Total
Experience
Date of Birth: March 15, 1952 FIIM Operation
Research
26 Years
STD Code 0651 Phone No. (O) 2275402,
2275200
Fax No. 2275401
STD Code 0651 Phone No. (R) 2275777 Fax No.
E-Mail skmukherjee@bitmesra.ac.in Mobile No. 09431114774
4 Signature of Authorized Signatory with date
4. Type of Technical Institution (Tick √ whichever is applicable)
i) University Dept./Constituent College of University/Deemed to be University
ii) Central / State Government
iii) Government Aided
iv) Self-Financing (Minority)
v) Self-Financing (Non-Minority)
vi) Any other (Please specify)
5. Information on Establishment of the Institution
i) Year of Establishment JULY, 1955
ii) Date on which first approval was accorded by the Council 1994
iii) Year of Commencement of the first batch 1955
iv) Details of Last extension letter with year of approval Annexure- 5
6. Whether there is any change of Name of the Institution, Society / Trust and Location of the
Institution after AICTE approval? If yes, enclose details
i) Whether the name of the Society has been changed Yes No
If yes, give details
ii) Whether the composition of the Society has been changed Yes No
If yes, give details
iii) Whether the name of the Institution has been changed Yes No
If yes, give details
iv) Whether the Institution is functioning at temporary site Yes No
If yes, give details
v) Whether the Institution has changed its permanent location Yes No
If yes, give details
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
5 Signature of Authorized Signatory with date
7. i) Whether there is any Court Case filed by the Institution against AICTE which is in
progress? (Please tick (√) appropriate box)
Yes No
If yes, then give details with name of the Court, Writ Petition No. Subject Matter and Latest
Status.
___________________________________________________________________________
7. ii) Whether there is any case of Malpractices / Complaints/ or being penalized on account of
non- submission of compliance within the cut-off-date, making excess admissions etc. against
the Institution ? if yes, provide details
NIL
_______________________________________________________________________________
8. Name and Address of the Affiliating University NOT APPLICABLE
Name
Address
Pin Code Period of Affiliation
STD Code
Phone No.
Fax No.
E-Mail/ Web site
a
6 Signature of Authorized Signatory with date
9. i) AICTE approved existing course(s) of study during academic year 2006-2007
AICTE Approved Intake during last 4 years
Courses 2007-2008 2006-2007 2005-2006 2004-2005
Sanctio
ned
intake
Actual
admissi
ons
Sanctio
ned
intake
Actual
admissi
ons
Sanctio
ned
intake
Actual
admissi
ons
Sanction
ed intake
Actual
admissi
ons
UG(FT)
B.E.
In
EEE 60 56 60 57 60 58 60 60
ME 90 56 90 62 90 57 90 90
CE 60 58 60 57 60 46 60 37
ECE 120 112 120 120 120 115 120 102
PE 30 19 30 15 30 20 30 26
CS 120 57 120 63 120 76 120 90
Poly E 25 18 25 17 25 21 25 18
IT 60 46 60 47 60 36 60 40
BT 60 40 60 41 60 41 60 49
UG
(PT)
PG(FT)
M.E.
in
M.Tech
in
Electrical 24 6 24 12 24 20 24 18
Mech. 12 4 12 11 12 10 12 9
CE 24 2 24 4 24 1 24 3
ECE 24 18 24 20 24 23 24 19
SER 24 4 24 10 24 15 24 8
CAAD 18 3 18 4 18 5 18 1
AMS 25 3 25 - 25 3 18 5
SE 15 6 15 13 15 13 15 10
QEM 25 - 25 3 25 25
Polymer 18 1 18 6 18 7
RS 18 6 18 15 18 16 18 16
FC 25 1 25 4 25 4 25 6
CS 16 16 16 28 16 16 16 16
SC 16 9 16 2 16 5 16 6
NMPT 18 4 18 8 18 9 18 4
ESE 18 5 18 18 16 18 6
PG(PT)
FT: Full Time, PT: Part Time
9. ii) Whether any excess admissions over and above the sanctioned strength are made ? If yes, give
details. NO
S. No. Courses Sanctioned Intake
2006-2007
Actual
Admissions
No. of Excess
Admissions
Reasons
7 Signature of Authorized Signatory with date
9 iii) Is the Institution offering M. Phil or a Doctoral programmes ? if yes, give details
Faculty members Senior Research Fellow/ Research Associate Working on the sponsored projects supported
by premier agencies like AICTE, DST, ISRO, DRDO, CSIR & UGC and professionals employed in renowned
industries and National Laboratories join the Ph. D. Programme. No approved Fellowship for any Ph. D.
programme. However, Institute provides Fellowship on case-to-case basis.
Annexure- 11
S. No. Program Specialization Intake
10. i) Whether the Institution is sharing its facilities / premises with any other
Institution or running any unapproved Programmes? If yes, give details. Yes No
A. Name of the other Institutions, which are sharing the facilities
_______________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________
B. Unapproved course(s) functioning in the college premises, its duration and intake NOT APPLICABLE
S.
No. Courses
Approving
Authority Affiliating
Body
Degree /
Diploma /
Certificate
Duration
(Years)
Sanctioned
Intake
Actual
Admissions
during 2006-07
TOTAL
10 ii) Whether admissions under PIO / Foreign Nationals quota has been approved for your institution
by the AICTE? If yes, give details.
NOT APPLICABLE
S. No. Courses Sanctioned Intake 2006-2007 Actual Admissions
11. Status of Compliance of Specific Conditions / Deficiencies Communicated in the Last
Approval/Extension of Approval by AICTE. NIL
S.No.
Deficiencies Communicated /
Specific Conditions
Compliance Report
a
8 Signature of Authorized Signatory with date
12. (i) Particulars of the Full Time Principal/Director of the institution
Name : Sanat Kumar Mukherjee
Date of Birth : March 15, 1952
Academic qualifications (with field of specialization) :
Sl.
No
Degree held University/ Institution Division/
Equivalent
Year of
passing
Specialization
1. B.M.E Jadavpur University Ist (Hons) 1974 Production Eng.
2. M.M.E Jadavpur University Ist Class 1st 1977 Production Eng.
3. Fellow in
Management
I.I.M., Calcutta 1986 Operation Research
Details of Experience (Academic / Industrial) :
Sl.
No
Position/ Designation held Period Name of
Institution
Nature of
Appointment
1. Lecturer, Prod. Eng. Dept. 02.04.79 to 13.03.84 Jadavpur
University
Permanent
2. Reader, Prod. Eng. Dept. 14.03.84 to 21.08.92 ’’ ’’
3. Professor, Prod. Eng. Dept. 22.08.92 to 30.11.97 ’’ ’’
4. Head, Prod. Eng. Dept. 01.12.97 to 15.1.98 B.I.T. Mesra ’’
5. Vice-Chancellor (Actg.) 16.01.98 to 24.05.99 ’’ ’’
6. Vice-Chancellor Since 25.05.99 ’’ 5 Yrs. Tenure
(Renewable)
Date of the appointment in the present institution : 1st December, 1997
9 Signature of Authorized Signatory with date
12
ii) (a) *Faculty Position for the existing programme(s) (Programme-wise)
Annexure- 11
Name of the
Programme
(UG & PG)
Total
Sanctioned
Intake (last 4
yrs. for
Engg./Arch./
HMCT/
Pharmacy/
Applied Arts
etc. , last 3
yrs. for MCA
and last 2 yrs.
for MBA/
PGDBM
Total
number
of
Faculty
required
as per
norms
(column
2 divided
by 15)
Details of Faculty Available Nature of Appointment
1
2
3
Professors
(Rs. 16400-
22400 scale)
Ph.D. / Non
Ph.D.
4
Assistant
Professors
/ Readers
(Rs. 12000-
18000)
5
Lecturers
(Rs.8000-
13500)
6
Total
7
Others/
visiting
faculty
8
Total number
of faculty
Permanent &
Approved by
University
9
Total number of
faculty on adhoc
Basis
10
Ph.
D. Non
Ph.D
.
Ph.
D. Non
Ph.D
.
B.E.
M.E.
Humanities
Social
Sciences
*NOTE: The institution should clearly give information about the faculty in each approved course(s) separately
without any ambiguity.
10 Signature of Authorized Signatory with date
12 ii) (b) Details of the Full Time Teaching Faculty exclusively appointed and working for the AICTE
approved programme with designation, date of birth, qualification alongwith class / division
obtained, experience, date of joining and pay scale (Programme wise).
Annexure- 12
Name
of the
Course
S.
N
o.
Name (s)
of the
Teaching
Faculty
Designatio
n
(Lecturer/
Asst.
Professor/
Professor)
Qualifications with field of
specialization with class /
division of passing
Date of
Birth
Experience
a) Teaching
b) Industry
c) Research
Date of Joining
the Institution
Gross total
salary as on
date with
scale &
Basic pay.
UG PG Doctorate A B c
UG
Level
PG
Level
Human
ities &
Scienc
es
Important Note:
1. The institution is required to submit:
i. A statement signed by each faculty member stating that he / she has been appointed and
is working exclusively for the AICTE approved programme in the institution.
ii. An affidavit from the Chairman of the Trust / Society / Director of the institution stating
that faculty members mentioned in the section 12 of the compliance report are exclusively
teaching for the AICTE approved programme / institution.
2. The faculty in Humanities & Sciences / General subjects should be specifically mentioned.
11 Signature of Authorized Signatory with date
12 ii) (c) Information about stability of the Faculty (separately for each Programme).
Annexure- 13
S. No. Programme Category
Period of appointment
Less than 6 Total
Months
Between 6
Months to 1
year
Between 2
to 3 years
More than 3
years
Professors
Assistant Prof.
Lecturers
Others
12 ii) (d)
Mode of selection of faculty and staff:
All post of Faculty and staff at the Institute are normally be filled by advertisement through All India News
papers. However, the Board has the power to decide on the recommendation of the Vice Chancellor that a
particular post be filled by invitation or by promotion from amongst the members of the staff of the Institute.
Name of the newspapers in which advertisements are placed and their circulation status
National / Regional:
(1) Times of India, (2) Hindustan Times, (3) Statesman,
(4) Telegraph, (5) Hindu, (6) Indian Express (7) New Indian Express,
(8) Financial Express
Local Newspapers:
(1) Hindustan, (2) Prabhat Khabar, (3) Dainik Jagaran, (4) Ranchi Express
All are reputed National and Local dalies with a very wide & large circulation.
The advertisements are also placed on the Institute Website.
12 Signature of Authorized Signatory with date
Constitution of the selection committee
Selection Committees for filling up of posts under the Institute (other than posts on Contract basis),
through Advertisement or by promotion from amongst the Staff Members or from outside candidates
shall be constituted on the following manner:
(a) In the case of posts of Professor:
The Selection Committee shall consist of:
(i) Vice Chancellor - Chairman
(ii) One nominee of the Chancellor - Member
(iii) One nominee of the President, General Council - Member
(iv) One nominee of the Board,
other than a member of the Board - Member
(v) Two experts nominated by the Technical Council
other than a member of the Technical Council - Member
(vi) One nominee (expert) of the UGC - Member
Out of the three experts mentioned at (v) and (vi) above, a minimum of two should be present for
selection.
(b) In the case of post of Faculty below the rank of Professor Selection Committee shall consists of:
(i) Vice Chancellor - Chairman
(ii) One nominee of the Chancellor - Member
(iii) One nominee of the President, General Council - Member
(iv) One nominee of the Board,
other than a member of the Board - Member
(v) Two experts nominated by the Technical Council and - Member
(vi) Head of the Department concerned, - Member
if the post for which selection is made
is lower in status than that occupied
by the Head of the Department
(c) In the case of post of Technical Staff, the Selection Committee shall consist of:
(i) Vice Chancellor - Chairman
(ii) One nominee of the Chancellor - Member
(iii) One nominee of the President, General Council - Member
(iv) One nominee of the Board,
other than a member of the Board - Member
(v) Two experts nominated by the Technical Council - Member
(d) In the case of Administrative staff, the Selection Committee shall consist of:
(i) Vice Chancellor - Chairman
(ii) One nominee of the Chancellor - Member
(iii) One nominee of the President, General Council - Member
(iv) Dean - Member
(v) Registrar, except for the post of Registrar - Member
(e) In the case of other posts not covered by categories referred above, the Selection
Committee shall consist of:
(i) Vice Chancellor or his nominee - Chairman
(ii) A nominee of the Board - Member
(iii) Head of the Department concerned or Registrar, - Member
as the case may be
(iv) An expert from the staff of the Institute nominated - Member
by the Director
13 Signature of Authorized Signatory with date
(v) Registrar - Member
(f) In the case of all other posts, the Vice Chancellor may at his discretion, constitute such
Selection Committees as may be considered appropriate by him.
Whether University representative is invited in the selection committee meeting. Yes
12. ii) (e) Details of Technical / Administrative / supporting Staff
Annexure- 10
13. Strengths & Weaknesses of the institution in terms of Teaching Methodology/Transaction of
Syllabus /Innovations /best practices (if any)/ industrial project / Industrial consultancy /
research taken up for industry and amount granted thereby:
STRENGTH–
Class room teaching adequate, State of Art Instrumental Lab., more than sufficient number of faculty
members, retain of the faculty members, Campus is connected by networking internet, all students can
access the net freely from their hostel rooms.
Syllabus upgradation continuous process – every 5 years, Institute handling all consultancies with
Institute Industry academic programme interaction and Institute–Institute academic programme.
Academic schedule is followed strictly. Timely publication of result.
WEAKNESSIn
the process of e learning
14 Signature of Authorized Signatory with date
14. Students data and pass % since last three years. Annexure- 7 B
S.No. Course
Year Sanctioned
Intake
Students
Admitted
Students
Passed
out in first
attempt
% of
Students
passed in
first
attempt
% of
Students
passing out
with
Distinction
% of
Students
with 1st
Division
% of
Students
with IInd
Division
NOTE: Average result of two Semesters in case of Semester system
15 Signature of Authorized Signatory with date
15. i) Total no. of students placed by the Institution through its Placement Cell (Discipline wise)
Annexure-14 A
Year Discipline Total no. of students
passed out
(last 3 years)
Total no. of students
placed through placement
cell
(last 3 years)
15 ii) Provide details of companies/Industries, which visited the institute for placement since the
last three years.
Annexure- 14 B
S.No. Year Name of the Company/Industry Number of Students placed
16 Signature of Authorized Signatory with date
16. Utilization status of grants received under various schemes of AICTE (R&D, MODROB, Faculty
development, IIPC etc for the last three years).
Sl.
No. Name of the Scheme(s)
Grant
Sanctioned
( Amount)
Grant
Utilize
d
Whether
utilization
certificate
submitted , if yes
amount for
which submitted
Major Impact
*
1
AICTE Grant Dr. A.N. Jha Year : 2002-
03
800,000.00 YES
800,000.00
L.No.8020/RID/R&D -40/01-02 dated 4/3/2002
2
AICTE Project Dr. Manjari Chakarborty Year : 2002-
03
800,000.00 YES 667913.36
L.No.1-51 /FD/CA (II) /00-01 dated 20/3/2002
3
AICTE MODROB Dr. S.C. Goel Year : 2002-
03
800,000.00 YES
800,000.00
L.No.8020/RID/MODROB/96/01-02 dated 4/3/2002
4
AICTE TAPTECH Dr. J.S. Roy Year : 2002-
03
350,000.00 YES 350,000.00
L.No.8020/RID/TAP-13/01-02 dated 4/3/2002
5 AICTE TAPTECH Dr. P.R.P. Verma Year : 2002-03
1,000,000.00 YES
1,000,000.00
L.No.8020/RID/TAP-16/01-02 dated 4/3/2002
6 AICTE TAPTECH Prof.S.P. Bhattanagar Year : 2002-03
1,200,000.00 YES
1,200,000.00
L.No.8020/RID/TAP-16/01-02 dated 4/3/2002
7
AICTE TAPTECH Prof. B.K. Singh Year : 2002-
03
1,200,000.00 YES
1,200,000.00
L.No.8020/RID/TAP-14/01-02 dated4/3/2002
8
AICTE Grant For P.G. Scholarship Year : 2003-
04
475,000.00 YES 4,75,000.00
L.No.PG/Gate Sch /02/03/33
9
AICTE PG Scholarship Year : 2003-
04
1,360,000.00 YES 1,360,000.00
L.No.PG/Gate Sch /02/03/033
10
AICTE P.G. Scholarship Year : 2003-
04
1,480,000.00 YES 1,480,000.00
L.No.AICTE /Sch /02/03/033
11
AICTE Implementation of Modrobs Dr. B.M. Karn Year : 2003-
04
1,000,000.00 YES
1,000,000.00
L.No.8021/R&D/Proj/Mod/183/2/3
12
AICTE Implementation of Modrob Prof.S.Sengupta Year : 2003-
04
700,000.00 YES
451,284.00
L.No.8021/R&D/Proj/Mod/057/2/3
13
AICTE Implementation of R& D Rachna Khare Year : 2003-
04
150,000.00 YES
160,705.00
L.No.8021/R&D /Proj/031/2/3/
14
AICTE Implementation of R& D Project K.Chatterjee Year :
2003-04
300,000.00 YES
300,000.00
L.No.8021 R& D /Proj/R&D /096/2/3
15 AICTE Scholarship & Academic R & PEFIP Year : 2003-04
148,600.00 YES 148,600.00
L.No.FD/EF/P(IV ) H ( 5 ) 2/3
16
AICTE Implementation of Modrob Dr. D. Sasmal Year : 2003-
04
1,365,000.00 YES
1,365,000.00
L.No.8021/R& D /Proj/Mod/057/2/3
17 AICTE Scholarship & Academic Exp. Year : 2003-04
148,600.00 YES 148,600.00
FD/EF/P( IV) H ( 5 ) 3 /4
18
AICTE TAPTEC Dr. A.K. Srivastava Year : 2003-
04
380,000.00 YES
380,000.00
17 Signature of Authorized Signatory with date
L.No.8021 R& D /NP Proj/TA /240/2/3
19 AICTE Scholarship & Academic Exp. Year : 2004-05
148,600.00 YES 148,600.00
L.No.FD/EF/P(IV ) H ( 5 ) ¾
20
AICTE Grant For P.G. Scholarship Year : 2005-
06
4,535,000.00 YES 4,535,000.00
21
AICTE -Sanjay Duttta Year : 2001-
02
395,000.00 YES 395,000.00
L.No. 8019/RDII /R& D /CHE (145) 01dt.
22 AICTE -TAPTCH -Mrs.Shradha Shivani Year : 2001-02
L.No. 8019/RDII /TAP /256/00-01 dt.30/3/01
200,000.00 YES
400,000.00
L.No. 8019/RDII /TAP/ MAN(256)/00 dt.16/3/01
200,000.00
23
AICTE -Dr. Mohan Varma Year : 2001-
02 YES
L.No. 8019/RDII /R&D / CHE (146)/01 dt.16/3/01
460,000.00 9,20,000.00
L.No. 8019/RDII /R&D / CHE (146)/01 dt.23/2/01
460,000.00
24 AICTE Grant -Geotechnical Engg.Lab. Year : 2001-02
L.No. 8019/RDII /MOD /(O/3)00-01 dt.19/3/01
512,500.00 YES
1,025,000.00
L.No. 8019/RDII /MOD /CIV/13/00 dt.16/3/01
512,500.00
25
AICTE Grant to Dr. B.N. Das Year : 2001-
02
425,000.00 YES 425,000.00
L.No. 8019/RDII /R&D /134/00-01 dt.30/3/01
26 AICTE Grant for IIPC Project to Dr.A.M .Agrawal Year : 2001-02
950,000.00 YES
928,917.45
L.No.8020/RID /III/IIPC/08/01-02 dt.05.03.02
27 AICTE -MODROB -Dr. P.K.Mohanty Year : 2001-02 150,000.00 YES
150,000.00
L.No. 19/RDII/MOD/019/00-01dt.01.03.01
28 AICTE Grant Dr. S.K. Jain Year : 2001-02
L.No. 8019/RDII /R&D / MEC (107)/01 dt.16/5/01 100,000.00 YES 100,000.00
L.No. 8019/RDII /R&D / MEC (197)/01 dt.29/01/2001 100,000.00 YES 100,000.00
* The projects sanctioned by AICTE have successfully been completed and the project mentioned at
Serial No. 23 received the best R & D project award from AICTE in 2004. The current projects are
progressing satisfactorily and are monitored by expert committee from time to time.
18 Signature of Authorized Signatory with date
17.
Library facilities
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
Total area of the library : 3700 (sq mtr.)
Seating capacity of the library : 753.36 (sq mtr.)
Reprographic facility (yes / No) : Yes
Working hours of library : Monday to Friday 8:00 am- 8:00 pm
Saturday 8:00 am- 4:00 pm
Sunday 9:00 am- 1:00 pm
Library Networking facility (yes / No): Yes
Usage data of the library (in terms of books issued to the faculty & students etc.) :
Students may borrow 5 general for fifteen days and 1 text
Book for overnight.
Faculty may borrow 10 general books for 1 month and 1
text book for one day.
SC/ST student can borrow 10 books for 1 semester from
the SC/ST book bank in additional to 5 books from general
category.
Annual library budget (% of annual student fee collected): Rs. 1,06,79616.00
Details of the library staff with qualifications and pay scales: Annexure- 6 B
Details of the library facilities : Annexure- 6 B
S.No Course(s) Number of titles
of the books Number of volumes
Journals
National International
19 Signature of Authorized Signatory with date
18. Details of Laboratories & Workshops Annexure- 6 A
S.No
Name of the
Course
Name of the
laboratory/workshop
Total Area of
lab/workshop
Major equipment
19. Computer Facilities for the existing programme(s)
Annexure- 6 C
S.No Particulars
Requirements as per Norms
(1:4 all undergraduate UG
Programmes and 1:2 for
MBA/MCA/ PGDM/ PGDBM)
Availability
1. No of Computer terminals
2. Hardware Specification
3. No of terminals of LAN/WAN
4. Relevant Legal Software
Application System
5. Peripheral(s)/ Printers
6. Internet Accessibility (in kbps & hrs)
Whether the computer facilities are suitable for the existing programmes ? Yes No
20. Building
1. Available Built up area per student : 45 SQ. M
2. Total Built up Area for the existing programme(s)
Particulars
Area
required as
per norms
(Sq.M)
Building with
RCC Roof
(Sq.M)
Building with
Sheet Roof
(if suitable for
Educational Institution)
(Sq.M)
Total
sanctioned
intake (last 4
yrs. for
Engg./Pharmacy/
HMCT/ Arch. etc.
2 yrs. MBA/
PGDBM and 3
yrs. for MCA)
Built up area
per student
Total Area
Available
(Sq.M)
Instructional Area
(Carpet Area) - 16732.74 4655.29 - - 21388.03
Administrative Area
(Carpet Area) - 44560.52 - - - 44560.52
Amenities
(Carpet Area) - 3692.69 - - - 3692.69
Circulation & Others - 8423.39 - - - 8423.39
Total 78064.63
21. Instructional Area for the existing programme(s)
Particulars
Number of rooms Carpet area of each room
Requirement as per norms Available in the institution Requirement as per norms Available in the Institution (Sq.M)
Class Rooms 44 4387.29
Tutorial Hall 11 1304.67
Drawing Hall (*) 7 1121.51
Computer Centre 1 7722.12
Library 1 3900.00
Laboratories & workshops 101 + 1 14574.56
Total 33010.15
20 Signature of Authorized Signatory with date
�� Whether any academic activity is being carried out in the basement if yes, give details Yes
The Computer Laboratories in R & D building and Biotech Labs. In its building.
�� Whether a barrier free environment has been created in the building for Physically challenged persons. No
�� Whether the Classrooms, Tutorial hall, Drawing hall, Computer centre, Library, Laboratory and
workshops are well equipped for the existing courses. Yes
22. Land Availability
Land Category
(Rural/ District Head Quarter/
State Capital/ Metropolitan city/ Mega City)
Area required
as per Land Category (Acres)
Total Area available
(Acres)
RURAL 780
(a) Whether the said land is demarcated by fencing/ boundary wall for the institution (Tick ��
appropriate box)
Yes
(b) Whether the land is contiguous (Tick �� appropriate box) Yes
If Not, Number of plots Distance between the plots (Sq.M)
(c) Whether the surroundings of the institution are suitable for educational purpose. Yes
23. Availability of other facilities:
S.No. Parameter Availability
1 All Weather Approach Road (cemented / kuchha) Yes
2 Potable Water Supply System (own bore well / municipal corporation) Yes
3 Electrical Generator (5kv, 5-10 kv, 10-15 kv, more than 20 kv) Yes
4 Students’ Canteen Yes
5 Students’ Common Room (Boys / Girls) Yes
6 Hostel
Boys 8
Girls 3
If no hostel facility is available, whether arrangements have been made for boarding and lodging of students near to the
institution, if yes mode of travel from the place of stay to the institution
7 Principal’s Quarters Yes
8 Digital Library Yes
9 Quarters for Faculty Yes
10 Guest House Yes
11 Parking facilities Yes
12 Medical facilities (full time / part time doctor / dispensary) Yes
13 Insurance facilities Yes
14 Telephone booth Yes
15 Gymnasium /indoor / outdoor stadium Yes ( All available)
16 Rainwater-harvesting facilities are available No
17 Post office facility Yes
18 Bank facility Yes
19 Transport facility for day scholars Yes
20. Reprographic facilities in the Institutions. Yes
21. Barrier free environment for physically challenged.
21 Signature of Authorized Signatory with date
24.
Fee Structure of the Institution
Annexure- 15
S.No. Category
CET quota Management quota
Fixed by the
State Fee
Committee
Being
charged by
the
Institution
Fixed by the
State Fee
Committee
Being
charged by
the Institution
1. Admission Fee
2. Tuition Fee
3. University fee
(Examination fee,
Registration fee etc.)
4. Hostel fee (Rent etc.)
5. Laboratory fee
6. Library fee
7. Any other
Total Fee
25. Financial Position
(i) Whether applicant has opened a bank account in the name of the Society/
Trust for the existing institution
Yes
(ii)
Source of income & expenditure during the last year
S.No. Source of Income Rs. (in lakhs) Expenditure during the last year Rs. (in lakhs)
1. Central Government - Salary of Full-Time Faculty
2. State Government 368.67 Salary for Visiting/Adjunct faculty 2166.77
3. University Grants Commission 165.10 Salary of Non-Teaching Staff
4. Other Central/State Govt. Bodies - Library 33.10
5. Private Trust - Computer Centre -
6. Donations - Equipments Labs and Workshops 132.91
7. Student Fees 3167.72 Building 95.59
8. Internal Revenue Generation 4.80 Others (please specify) 1714.97
9. Others (please specify) 575.48 -
Total 4281.77 4143.34
(iii) Details of Operational funds
S.No.
Name of Bank
With Branch &
Full Address
Account No.
Cash Balance
(in lakhs)
FDR, if any
(Excluding joint
FDR submitted
to AICTE)
Total Amount
(in lakhs)
22 Signature of Authorized Signatory with date
Declaration:
It is certified that:
a) Existing Courses are being conducted as per norms, standards and guidelines of the AICTE.
b) All the physical deficiencies stated in the last approval letter have been complied with.
c) The AICTE pay scales are being paid to the faculty members.
d) The admissions are made on merit and no capitation fee or donation of any kind is charged for
admission.
e) The teaching faculty has been recruited as per qualifications and experience laid down by
AICTE.
f) The tuition and the other fee is being charged as prescribed by the Competent Authority.
g) No new course has been started (since the last approval by AICTE) without prior approval of
AICTE.
h) The institution is not running any courses not approved by AICTE in the premises of the AICTE
approved institution.
h) The intake in any of the AICTE approved course has not been increased beyond the sanctioned
intake, without prior approval of AICTE.
I/We solemnly declare that no information has been withheld and all the information provided in
this Compliance Report is correct. If any information is found to be incorrect or false, I/We
understand that proposal shall be liable for rejection.
Date: ................... Name and Signature of the Authorized
Signatory of the institution with seal
Place:..................
__________________________________________________________________________________
List of Annexure’s to be submitted along with the Compliance Report
(Annexures should be strictly submitted in the following order alongwith index and page
numbers and signed by the authorized signatory).
Annexure 1 Copy of Mandatory Disclosure.
Annexure 2 Faculty & Staff
(A) Existing faculty:
The following documents should be submitted for each of the existing faculty members in the serial
order as mentioned in the section 12. ii b) of the compliance report.
1) One page biodata alongwith passport size photographs (with details covering number of papers
published, books written, summer winter schools attended, R&D projects undertaken etc.).
2) Copies of appointment letters with terms and conditions of appointment and joining report.
3) Aquittance roll of Faculty / Non-teaching staff for the current and previous year.
4) Salary register of faculty/proof of salary paid to the staff along with TDS records.
23 Signature of Authorized Signatory with date
(B) Additional faculty appointed.
The following documents should be submitted for the additional faculty members appointed.
1) Copy of the advertisement.
2) Details of the number of candidates applied and called for interview.
3) Selection Committee minutes and recommendations.
4) Approval by the Governing body or board of governers.
5) One page biodata of the appointed candidates.
6) Appointment letter and joining letters of the appointed faculty.
(C) The institution is required to submit a statement signed by each faculty member stating that he / she
has been appointed and is working exclusively for the AICTE approved programme in the institution.
(D) An affidavit from the Chairman of the Trust / Director / Principal of the institution stating that faculty
members mentioned in the section 12 of the compliance report are exclusively teaching for the
AICTE approved programme / institution is required to be submitted by the institution.
Annexure 3 Details of the Built-up Area. Given in text, Page No- 20
- Approved building plan with total area of built-up space.
- Building completion certificate from competent authority.
- Details of proposed/under construction area. (if any)
Annexure 4 Photographs and Video CD
- The Institution is required to submit a group photograph with name underneath of all the faculty
members and staff (Technical and Non-Technical, etc. separately) along with the head of the
Institution.
- Photograph (color) of the building attested by the Chairman/Secretary of the Trust/Society.
Annexure 5 Correspondence related to AICTE Approval.
- Copy of the first approval of AICTE
- Copies of subsequent extension of approval letters of AICTE
- Latest Affiliation of University
- Details of reduction in intake last year, if any.
- Documents related to penal action against the Institution by the University/State/AICTE last
year, if any.
Annexure 6 Details regarding workshop, laboratories, library and computers– Course-wise
Annexure- 6A, 6B & 6C
- Stock Register of Library Books (copies of last five pages to be submitted)
- Usage register of books (copies of last five pages),
- Stock registers of Computers, equipment
- Internet facility, (Type and bandwidth details)
- Copies of Cover page of all journals (last six months) Cover Page of all Journals to bear the
stamp of the institution.
- List of laboratories available with area of each lab and major equipments.
Annexure 7 Students data. Annexure- 7
- Course-wise number of Students admitted in the previous year.
- Percentage of Pass in each course for the last three years. (A copy of the affiliating University
Results of the last three years to be provided.)
- No. of students admitted under PIO / Foreign Nationals (with passport details and account and
currency in which fees have been paid).
24 Signature of Authorized Signatory with date
Annexure 8 Land details.
- A copy of original Land documents.
Annexure 9 Financial details
- Audited Statement of accounts of the institution
- Latest bank statement, funds available in the FDR and Saving Account/Current Account
- A copy of fee receipts with details of the fee being charged from the students.
- TDS Certificate in respect of the Income Tax deducted from salary of faculty members.































































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Chairman, Executive Board & General Council


Mr. Prateep Kumar Lahiri, IAS (Retd.)
Email : cman@ismdhanbad.ac.in
Phone : 91-11-26602523
Fax :






Director



Prof. T. Kumar

Email : dt@ismdhanbad.ac.in
Phone : 91-326-223-5201 (Off)91-326-223-5301 (Res.)
: 91-326-2296601 (Off) 2296602 , 2296604(Res.)
Fax : 91-326-2296603,2296563





Registrar




Col. P. S. Sandhu (Retd.)

Email : rg@ismdhanbad.ac.in
Phone : 91-326-223-5202 (Off)91-326-223-5302 (Res.)
: 91-326-2296605 (Off) 2296606,2296608(Res.)
Fax : 91-326-2296607,2296563



Dean (Faculty & Planning )




Prof. A. Chattopadhyay

Email : dpd@ismdhanbad.ac.in
Phone : 91-326-223-5204 (Off)91-326-223-5312 (Res.)
: 91-326-2296609 (Off) 2211828(Res.)
Fax : 91-326-2296609,2296563





Dean (Research & Development)




Prof. R. Venugopal

Email : dar@ismdhanbad.ac.in
Phone : 91-326-223-5203 (Off)91-326-223-5325 (Res.)
: 91-326-2296610 (Off) 2206620 (Res.)
Fax : 91-326-2296563



Dean (Students Welfare)




Prof. P. S. Gupta

Email : dsw@ismdhanbad.ac.in
Phone : 91-326-223-5205 (Off)91-326-223-5336 (Res.)
: 91-326-2296611 (Off) 2206330(Res.)
Fax : 91-326-2296611,2296563



Dean (Academic)




Prof. Kampan Mukherjee

Email : da@ismdhanbad.ac.in
Phone : 91-326-223-5324 (Res.)
:
Fax : 91-326-2296563



Professor (Continuing Education)




Prof. V. P. Sharma

Email : pce@ismdhanbad.ac.in
Phone : 91-326-223-5207 (Off)91-326-223-5531 (Res.)
: 91-326-2296613 (Off)
Fax : 91-326-2296613,2296563



Prof. P. K. Banik (Professor Continuing Education) ( on Deputation )




Chief Hostel Warden




Dr.J. K. PATTANAYAK

Email : shw@ismdhanbad.ac.in
Phone : 91-326-223-5696 (Off)91-326-220-5620 (Res.)
91-326-223-5546(Res.)
Fax : 91-326-2296563



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Librarian-in-Charge




Dr. Partha De

Email : lib@ismdhanbad.ac.in
Phone : 91-326-223-5642 (Off)91-326-223-5742 (Res.)
: 91-326-2296634 (Off), 2211021 (Res.)
Fax : 91-326-2296634, 2296563





Officer-in-Charge (Training & Placement)




Dr. Chiranjeev Kumar

Email : tp@ismdhanbad.ac.in
Phone : 91-326-223-5208 (Off)91-326-223-5589 (Res.)
: 91-326-2296614 (Off)
Fax : 91-326-2296613,2296563





Deputy Registrar ( P & S )




Mr. Y. P. K. Murthy

Email : drps@ismdhanbad.ac.in
Phone : 91-326-223-5612 ,0326-2296633(Off)0326-223-5711 (Res.)
Fax : 91-326-2296563





Deputy Registrar ( Establishment )




Mr. A. N. Tripathi

Email : drestt@ismdhanbad.ac.in
Phone : 91-326-223-5613 (Off)91-326-223-5712 (Res.)
Fax : 91-326-2296563





Deputy Registrar ( Acad & Exam)




Mr. A. Ghosh

Email : exam@ismdhanbad.ac.in
Phone : 91-326-223-5626 (Off)91-326-223-5713 (Res.)
Fax : 91-326-2296563





Deputy Registrar ( F & A )




Dr. Pramod Mathur

Email : dfa@ismdhanbad.ac.in
: pramodmathur25@yahoo.com
Phone : 91-326-223-5611 (Off)91-326-223-5724 (Res.)
: 91-326-2206870 (Res.)
Fax : 91-326-2296563





System Manager




Mr. S. Mitra

Email : cc@ismdhanbad.ac.in
Phone : 91-326-223-5628 ,0326-2296635(Off)0326-223-5728 (Res)
Fax : 91-326-2296563





Senior Medical Officer




Dr. P. Kumar

Email : smo@ismdhanbad.ac.in
Phone : 91-326-223-5616 ,0326-2296636(Off)326-223-5716 (Res.)
Fax : 91-326-2296563





Assistant Registrar ( Internal Audit )




Mr. Anil Kumar

Email : aria@ismdhanbad.ac.in
Phone : 91-326-223-5627 (Off)91-326-223-5725 (Res.)
Fax : 91-326-2296563





Assistant Registrar ( Academic)




Mr. Ramphal Dwivedi

Email : ara@ismdhanbad.ac.in
Phone : 91-326-223-5625 (Off)91-326-223-5726 (Res.)
: 91-326-2224004 (Res.)
Fax : 91-326-2296563



Assistant Registrar ( Accounts)




Mr. Munuren Samson Champia

Email : arp@ismdhanbad.ac.in
Phone : 91-326-223-5624 (Off)
: 91-9334725127 (Mobile)
Fax : 91-326-2296563



Assistant Registrar ( Establishment)




Mr. Sandeep Ahlawat

Email :
Phone : 91-326-223-5630 (Off)
: 91-9931158848(Mobile)
Fax : 91-326-2296563





Sports Officer




Mr. D. Acharya

Email : spo@ismdhanbad.ac.in
Phone : 91-326-223-5634 (Off)
Fax : 91-326-2296563





Security Cum Estate Officer




Mr. Asit Kumar

Email : eso@ismdhanbad.ac.in
Phone : 91-326-223-5619 (Off)91-326-223-5719 (Res.)
Fax : 91-326-2296563





Assistant Librarian




Mr. V. K. Sinha

Phone : 91-326-223-5644 (Off) 91-326-223-5744 (Res.)
Fax : 91-326-2296563





Assistant Engineer (Civil)




Mr. K. C. Nandi

Phone : 91-326-223-5622 (Off)91-326-223-5722 (Res.)
Fax : 91-326-2296563





Assistant Workshop Superintendent




Mr. A. K. Dasgupta

Phone : 91-326-223-5632 (Off)
Fax : 91-326-2296563





Lady Medical Officer




Dr. T. Banerjee

Email : lmo@ismdhanbad.ac.in
Phone : 91-326-223-5617 (Off)91-326-223-5717 (Res.)
Fax : 91-326-2296563





System Analyst




Mr. Rakesh Soni

Email : sacc@ismdhanbad.ac.in
Phone : 91-326-223-5629 (Off)
Fax : 91-326-2296563












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Phone : (0326)2296559/60/61/62
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Departments/Centres at a glance

Department / Centre
E-mail

Department of Mining Engineering
me@ismdhanbad.ac.in

Department of Applied Geology
agl@ismdhanbad.ac.in

Department of Humanities and Social Sciences
hss@ismdhanbad.ac.in

Department of Petroleum Engineering
pe@ismdhanbad.ac.in

Department of Applied Geophysics
agp@ismdhanbad.ac.in

Department of Mechanical Engineering and Mining Machinery Engineering
memm@ismdhanbad.ac.in

Department of Fuel and Mineral Engineering
fme@ismdhanbad.ac.in

Department of Management Studies
ms@ismdhanbad.ac.in

Department of Electronics and Instrumentation
ei@ismdhanbad.ac.in

Centre of Longwall Mine Mechanisation
clmm@ismdhanbad.ac.in

Centre of Mining Environment
cme@ismdhanbad.ac.in

Computer Centre
cc@ismdhanbad.ac.in

Department of Applied Physics
aph@ismdhanbad.ac.in

Department of Applied Chemistry
ach@ismdhanbad.ac.in

Department of Applied Mathematics
ama@ismdhanbad.ac.in

Department of Comp. Science and Engineering
cse@ismdhanbad.ac.in

Dean (Academic & Research)
dar@ismdhanbad.ac.in

Dean (Planning & Resource Generation)
dpr@ismdhanbad.ac.in

Dean (Student Welfare)
dsw@ismdhanbad.ac.in

Director
dt@ismdhanbad.ac.in

Chairman ISM-IIT Joint Entrance
jee@ismdhanbad.ac.in

Librarian
lib@ismdhanbad.ac.in

Professor of Continuing Education
pce@ismdhanbad.ac.in

Registrar
rg@ismdhanbad.ac.in

Deputy Registrar (Finance and Accounts)
dfa@ismdhanbad.ac.in

Deputy Registrar (Stores and Purchase)
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ISM admits students for the following M.Tech./M.Phil programmes through GATE/Written Test and Interview :

Sl.No.
Name of the M.Tech / M.phil Programme
Name of Department



1.


Fuel Engg.

Department of Fuel & Mineral Engineering




2.


Clean Coal & Energy Technology


Department of Fuel & Mineral Engineering





3.


Mineral Engineering


Department of Fuel & Mineral Engineering





4.


Bio Mineral Processing


Department of Fuel & Mineral Engineering





5.


Mine Planning & Design


Department of Mining
Engineering





6.


Open Cast Mining


Department of Mining
Engineering





7.


Rock Excavation Engg.


Department of Mining
Engineering





8.


Mining Engg.


Department of Mining
Engineering





9.


Geomatics (ME)


Department of Mining
Engineering





10.


Under Ground Space Tech.

(ME)


Department of Mining
Engineering





11.


Electronics & Communication


Department of Electronics Engineering





12.


Longwall & Mine

Mechanisation


Center for Longwall Mine Mechanisation





13.


Industrial Engg. &

Management


Department of Management Studies





14.


Petroleum Engineering


Department of Petroleum Engineering





15.




Mining Geophysics


Department of Applied Geophysics





16.


Mineral Exploration


Department of Applied Geology





17.


Engineering Geology


Department of Applied Geology





18.


Petroleum Exploration


Department of Applied Geology





19.


Environmental Science & Engg.


Centre of Mine Environment





20.


Computer Application


Department of CSE





21.


Mining Machinery Engg.


Department of Mechanical Engineering
and Mining Machinery Engg.





22.


Maintenance Engg. Tribology


Department of Mechanical Engineering
and Mining Machinery Engg.





23.

Drilling Engineering

Department of Mechanical Engineering
and Mining Machinery Engg.





24.


M.Phil (Applied Physics)

Department of Applied Physics




25.


M.Phil (Applied Chemistry)


Department of Applied Chemistry





26.


M.Phil (Applied Mathematics)


Department of Applied Mathematics





27.


M.Phil (English)


Department of Humanities and Social Science













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ALL INDIA COUNCIL FOR TECHNICAL EDUCATION
Format for Compliance Report for the year 2008-09 to be
submitted alongwith Mandatory Disclosure
�� Last date of submission of Compliance Report – 31/08/2007
�� Compliance Report to be submitted at the concerned Regional Office.
INDIRA GANDHI SPORTS COMPLEX, I.P. ESTATE
NEW DELHI – 110 002
Phone: (011) 23392563 to 23392565, 23392568, 23392571,
23392573 to 23392575, 23392506 Fax: (011) 23392554
Website: www.aicte.ernet.in
1 Signature of Authorized Signatory with date
Important information for filling up the compliance report
�� The institution is required to submit two copies of the Compliance Report as per
prescribed format along with mandatory disclosure to the concerned Regional Office
latest by 31st August 2007.
�� The Compliance Report should be submitted alongwith a processing fee of
Rs. 40,000/- in the form of demand draft in the favour of Member Secretary, AICTE,
payable at New Delhi. The compliance reports without the processing fee will not be
accepted.
Institute is more than 50% Govt. Aided.
�� The information in the compliance report should be filled up strictly as per the
prescribed format. Compliance Reports with incomplete information will not be
accepted.
�� All the annexures should be indexed with page numbers and signed by the authorized
signatory of the institution.
2 Signature of Authorized Signatory with date
FORMAT FOR COMPLIANCE REPORT
All the existing technical institutions are required to submit the following information both in
the form of hard and soft copy by 31/08/2007.
1. i) Name and Address of the Institution
Name
Address Permanent Location as approved by AICTE Temporary Location (if applicable)
Mesra, Ranchi
Village
Taluk
District Ranchi
Pin Code 835215
State Jharkhand
STD Code 0651 Phone No: 2275200, 2276002,
2276004
Fax No. 2275401 E-Mail: skmukherjee@bitmesra.ac.in
Web site www.bitmesra.ac.in
Nearest Rly Station Ranchi Distance: 20 Km.
Nearest Airport B. M. Airport, Ranchi Distance: 25 Km.
1. ii) Whether the institution is operating at temporary location (if so provide details of permanent
location alongwith survey no.)?
NO
2. i) Name and Address of the Society / Trust
Name
Address Birla Institute Of Technology
Mesra, Ranchi
Pin Code 835 215 STD Code 0651
Phone No. 2275872, 2276002, 2276004 Fax No. 2275401
E-Mail skmukherjee@bitmesra.ac.in Web site www.bitmesra.ac.in
3 Signature of Authorized Signatory with date
2. ii) Brief details regarding background of the Trust/Society, Governing body members, etc.
List of Governing Body Members-
1. Sri G. P. Birla
Chairman, Board of Governors
9/1, R. N. Mukherjee Road
KOLKATA – 700001
10. Shri D. N. Patodia
45, Akash Neem Marg
D L F City, Phase II
GURGAON – 122001 (Haryana)
2. Sri C. K. Birla
Vice Chairman, Board of Governors
9/1, R. N. Mukherjee Road
KOLKATA – 700001
11. Shri G. P. Lal
Ex-Chairman-cum-Mg. Director
Bihar Rajya Pul Nirman Nigam
VEDSHREE, Durja, PATNA – 800001
3. Shri R. D. Sahay
Dy. Secretary, Government of India
Ministry of Human Resource Development
Department of Secondary & Higher Education
Shastri Bhawan, NEW DELHI – 110001
12. Shri Deepak Chatterjee
National Engineering Industries Ltd.
9/1, R. N. Mukherjee Road
KOLKATA – 700001
4. Dr. Balagurusamy E.
Vice Chancellor
Anna University
Sardar Patel Road, CHENNAI – 600025
13. Dr. H. C. Pande
27, Malviya Industrial Estate
JAIPUR – 302017
5. Dr. S. K. Chopra
Nominee of All India Council for Technology
Education
14. Dr. P. Ghosh
M/S B. M. Birla Science & Technology Center
Statue Circle
JAIPUR - 302005
6. Commissioner-cum-Secretary Ex - Officio
Dept. of Science & Technology
Government of Jharkhand, RANCHI
15. Prof. S. K. Mukherjee
Vice Chancellor
B.I.T., Mesra, RANCHI
7. Commissioner-cum-Secretary Ex – Officio
Higher Education
Government of Jharkhand. RANCHI
16. Dr. P. C. Joshi
B.I.T., Mesra
RANCHI
8. Commissioner Ex – Officio
South Chhotanagpur, Jharkhand
RANCHI
17 Shri Mahendra Kumar
B.I.T., Mesra
RANCHI
9. Dr. Anil Wilson
Principal, St. Stephen’s College
University Enclave
DELHI
3. Name and Designation of the Head of the Institution (Principal / Director)
Name Dr. S. K. Mukherjee
Designation Vice Chancellor Qualification & Experience :
M.E., Fellow in Management
Highest
Degree
Specialization Total
Experience
Date of Birth: March 15, 1952 FIIM Operation
Research
26 Years
STD Code 0651 Phone No. (O) 2275402,
2275200
Fax No. 2275401
STD Code 0651 Phone No. (R) 2275777 Fax No.
E-Mail skmukherjee@bitmesra.ac.in Mobile No. 09431114774
4 Signature of Authorized Signatory with date
4. Type of Technical Institution (Tick √ whichever is applicable)
i) University Dept./Constituent College of University/Deemed to be University
ii) Central / State Government
iii) Government Aided
iv) Self-Financing (Minority)
v) Self-Financing (Non-Minority)
vi) Any other (Please specify)
5. Information on Establishment of the Institution
i) Year of Establishment JULY, 1955
ii) Date on which first approval was accorded by the Council 1994
iii) Year of Commencement of the first batch 1955
iv) Details of Last extension letter with year of approval Annexure- 5
6. Whether there is any change of Name of the Institution, Society / Trust and Location of the
Institution after AICTE approval? If yes, enclose details
i) Whether the name of the Society has been changed Yes No
If yes, give details
ii) Whether the composition of the Society has been changed Yes No
If yes, give details
iii) Whether the name of the Institution has been changed Yes No
If yes, give details
iv) Whether the Institution is functioning at temporary site Yes No
If yes, give details
v) Whether the Institution has changed its permanent location Yes No
If yes, give details
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
5 Signature of Authorized Signatory with date
7. i) Whether there is any Court Case filed by the Institution against AICTE which is in
progress? (Please tick (√) appropriate box)
Yes No
If yes, then give details with name of the Court, Writ Petition No. Subject Matter and Latest
Status.
___________________________________________________________________________
7. ii) Whether there is any case of Malpractices / Complaints/ or being penalized on account of
non- submission of compliance within the cut-off-date, making excess admissions etc. against
the Institution ? if yes, provide details
NIL
_______________________________________________________________________________
8. Name and Address of the Affiliating University NOT APPLICABLE
Name
Address
Pin Code Period of Affiliation
STD Code
Phone No.
Fax No.
E-Mail/ Web site
a
6 Signature of Authorized Signatory with date
9. i) AICTE approved existing course(s) of study during academic year 2006-2007
AICTE Approved Intake during last 4 years
Courses 2007-2008 2006-2007 2005-2006 2004-2005
Sanctio
ned
intake
Actual
admissi
ons
Sanctio
ned
intake
Actual
admissi
ons
Sanctio
ned
intake
Actual
admissi
ons
Sanction
ed intake
Actual
admissi
ons
UG(FT)
B.E.
In
EEE 60 56 60 57 60 58 60 60
ME 90 56 90 62 90 57 90 90
CE 60 58 60 57 60 46 60 37
ECE 120 112 120 120 120 115 120 102
PE 30 19 30 15 30 20 30 26
CS 120 57 120 63 120 76 120 90
Poly E 25 18 25 17 25 21 25 18
IT 60 46 60 47 60 36 60 40
BT 60 40 60 41 60 41 60 49
UG
(PT)
PG(FT)
M.E.
in
M.Tech
in
Electrical 24 6 24 12 24 20 24 18
Mech. 12 4 12 11 12 10 12 9
CE 24 2 24 4 24 1 24 3
ECE 24 18 24 20 24 23 24 19
SER 24 4 24 10 24 15 24 8
CAAD 18 3 18 4 18 5 18 1
AMS 25 3 25 - 25 3 18 5
SE 15 6 15 13 15 13 15 10
QEM 25 - 25 3 25 25
Polymer 18 1 18 6 18 7
RS 18 6 18 15 18 16 18 16
FC 25 1 25 4 25 4 25 6
CS 16 16 16 28 16 16 16 16
SC 16 9 16 2 16 5 16 6
NMPT 18 4 18 8 18 9 18 4
ESE 18 5 18 18 16 18 6
PG(PT)
FT: Full Time, PT: Part Time
9. ii) Whether any excess admissions over and above the sanctioned strength are made ? If yes, give
details. NO
S. No. Courses Sanctioned Intake
2006-2007
Actual
Admissions
No. of Excess
Admissions
Reasons
7 Signature of Authorized Signatory with date
9 iii) Is the Institution offering M. Phil or a Doctoral programmes ? if yes, give details
Faculty members Senior Research Fellow/ Research Associate Working on the sponsored projects supported
by premier agencies like AICTE, DST, ISRO, DRDO, CSIR & UGC and professionals employed in renowned
industries and National Laboratories join the Ph. D. Programme. No approved Fellowship for any Ph. D.
programme. However, Institute provides Fellowship on case-to-case basis.
Annexure- 11
S. No. Program Specialization Intake
10. i) Whether the Institution is sharing its facilities / premises with any other
Institution or running any unapproved Programmes? If yes, give details. Yes No
A. Name of the other Institutions, which are sharing the facilities
_______________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________
B. Unapproved course(s) functioning in the college premises, its duration and intake NOT APPLICABLE
S.
No. Courses
Approving
Authority Affiliating
Body
Degree /
Diploma /
Certificate
Duration
(Years)
Sanctioned
Intake
Actual
Admissions
during 2006-07
TOTAL
10 ii) Whether admissions under PIO / Foreign Nationals quota has been approved for your institution
by the AICTE? If yes, give details.
NOT APPLICABLE
S. No. Courses Sanctioned Intake 2006-2007 Actual Admissions
11. Status of Compliance of Specific Conditions / Deficiencies Communicated in the Last
Approval/Extension of Approval by AICTE. NIL
S.No.
Deficiencies Communicated /
Specific Conditions
Compliance Report
a
8 Signature of Authorized Signatory with date
12. (i) Particulars of the Full Time Principal/Director of the institution
Name : Sanat Kumar Mukherjee
Date of Birth : March 15, 1952
Academic qualifications (with field of specialization) :
Sl.
No
Degree held University/ Institution Division/
Equivalent
Year of
passing
Specialization
1. B.M.E Jadavpur University Ist (Hons) 1974 Production Eng.
2. M.M.E Jadavpur University Ist Class 1st 1977 Production Eng.
3. Fellow in
Management
I.I.M., Calcutta 1986 Operation Research
Details of Experience (Academic / Industrial) :
Sl.
No
Position/ Designation held Period Name of
Institution
Nature of
Appointment
1. Lecturer, Prod. Eng. Dept. 02.04.79 to 13.03.84 Jadavpur
University
Permanent
2. Reader, Prod. Eng. Dept. 14.03.84 to 21.08.92 ’’ ’’
3. Professor, Prod. Eng. Dept. 22.08.92 to 30.11.97 ’’ ’’
4. Head, Prod. Eng. Dept. 01.12.97 to 15.1.98 B.I.T. Mesra ’’
5. Vice-Chancellor (Actg.) 16.01.98 to 24.05.99 ’’ ’’
6. Vice-Chancellor Since 25.05.99 ’’ 5 Yrs. Tenure
(Renewable)
Date of the appointment in the present institution : 1st December, 1997
9 Signature of Authorized Signatory with date
12
ii) (a) *Faculty Position for the existing programme(s) (Programme-wise)
Annexure- 11
Name of the
Programme
(UG & PG)
Total
Sanctioned
Intake (last 4
yrs. for
Engg./Arch./
HMCT/
Pharmacy/
Applied Arts
etc. , last 3
yrs. for MCA
and last 2 yrs.
for MBA/
PGDBM
Total
number
of
Faculty
required
as per
norms
(column
2 divided
by 15)
Details of Faculty Available Nature of Appointment
1
2
3
Professors
(Rs. 16400-
22400 scale)
Ph.D. / Non
Ph.D.
4
Assistant
Professors
/ Readers
(Rs. 12000-
18000)
5
Lecturers
(Rs.8000-
13500)
6
Total
7
Others/
visiting
faculty
8
Total number
of faculty
Permanent &
Approved by
University
9
Total number of
faculty on adhoc
Basis
10
Ph.
D. Non
Ph.D
.
Ph.
D. Non
Ph.D
.
B.E.
M.E.
Humanities
Social
Sciences
*NOTE: The institution should clearly give information about the faculty in each approved course(s) separately
without any ambiguity.
10 Signature of Authorized Signatory with date
12 ii) (b) Details of the Full Time Teaching Faculty exclusively appointed and working for the AICTE
approved programme with designation, date of birth, qualification alongwith class / division
obtained, experience, date of joining and pay scale (Programme wise).
Annexure- 12
Name
of the
Course
S.
N
o.
Name (s)
of the
Teaching
Faculty
Designatio
n
(Lecturer/
Asst.
Professor/
Professor)
Qualifications with field of
specialization with class /
division of passing
Date of
Birth
Experience
a) Teaching
b) Industry
c) Research
Date of Joining
the Institution
Gross total
salary as on
date with
scale &
Basic pay.
UG PG Doctorate A B c
UG
Level
PG
Level
Human
ities &
Scienc
es
Important Note:
1. The institution is required to submit:
i. A statement signed by each faculty member stating that he / she has been appointed and
is working exclusively for the AICTE approved programme in the institution.
ii. An affidavit from the Chairman of the Trust / Society / Director of the institution stating
that faculty members mentioned in the section 12 of the compliance report are exclusively
teaching for the AICTE approved programme / institution.
2. The faculty in Humanities & Sciences / General subjects should be specifically mentioned.
11 Signature of Authorized Signatory with date
12 ii) (c) Information about stability of the Faculty (separately for each Programme).
Annexure- 13
S. No. Programme Category
Period of appointment
Less than 6 Total
Months
Between 6
Months to 1
year
Between 2
to 3 years
More than 3
years
Professors
Assistant Prof.
Lecturers
Others
12 ii) (d)
Mode of selection of faculty and staff:
All post of Faculty and staff at the Institute are normally be filled by advertisement through All India News
papers. However, the Board has the power to decide on the recommendation of the Vice Chancellor that a
particular post be filled by invitation or by promotion from amongst the members of the staff of the Institute.
Name of the newspapers in which advertisements are placed and their circulation status
National / Regional:
(1) Times of India, (2) Hindustan Times, (3) Statesman,
(4) Telegraph, (5) Hindu, (6) Indian Express (7) New Indian Express,
(8) Financial Express
Local Newspapers:
(1) Hindustan, (2) Prabhat Khabar, (3) Dainik Jagaran, (4) Ranchi Express
All are reputed National and Local dalies with a very wide & large circulation.
The advertisements are also placed on the Institute Website.
12 Signature of Authorized Signatory with date
Constitution of the selection committee
Selection Committees for filling up of posts under the Institute (other than posts on Contract basis),
through Advertisement or by promotion from amongst the Staff Members or from outside candidates
shall be constituted on the following manner:
(a) In the case of posts of Professor:
The Selection Committee shall consist of:
(i) Vice Chancellor - Chairman
(ii) One nominee of the Chancellor - Member
(iii) One nominee of the President, General Council - Member
(iv) One nominee of the Board,
other than a member of the Board - Member
(v) Two experts nominated by the Technical Council
other than a member of the Technical Council - Member
(vi) One nominee (expert) of the UGC - Member
Out of the three experts mentioned at (v) and (vi) above, a minimum of two should be present for
selection.
(b) In the case of post of Faculty below the rank of Professor Selection Committee shall consists of:
(i) Vice Chancellor - Chairman
(ii) One nominee of the Chancellor - Member
(iii) One nominee of the President, General Council - Member
(iv) One nominee of the Board,
other than a member of the Board - Member
(v) Two experts nominated by the Technical Council and - Member
(vi) Head of the Department concerned, - Member
if the post for which selection is made
is lower in status than that occupied
by the Head of the Department
(c) In the case of post of Technical Staff, the Selection Committee shall consist of:
(i) Vice Chancellor - Chairman
(ii) One nominee of the Chancellor - Member
(iii) One nominee of the President, General Council - Member
(iv) One nominee of the Board,
other than a member of the Board - Member
(v) Two experts nominated by the Technical Council - Member
(d) In the case of Administrative staff, the Selection Committee shall consist of:
(i) Vice Chancellor - Chairman
(ii) One nominee of the Chancellor - Member
(iii) One nominee of the President, General Council - Member
(iv) Dean - Member
(v) Registrar, except for the post of Registrar - Member
(e) In the case of other posts not covered by categories referred above, the Selection
Committee shall consist of:
(i) Vice Chancellor or his nominee - Chairman
(ii) A nominee of the Board - Member
(iii) Head of the Department concerned or Registrar, - Member
as the case may be
(iv) An expert from the staff of the Institute nominated - Member
by the Director
13 Signature of Authorized Signatory with date
(v) Registrar - Member
(f) In the case of all other posts, the Vice Chancellor may at his discretion, constitute such
Selection Committees as may be considered appropriate by him.
Whether University representative is invited in the selection committee meeting. Yes
12. ii) (e) Details of Technical / Administrative / supporting Staff
Annexure- 10
13. Strengths & Weaknesses of the institution in terms of Teaching Methodology/Transaction of
Syllabus /Innovations /best practices (if any)/ industrial project / Industrial consultancy /
research taken up for industry and amount granted thereby:
STRENGTH–
Class room teaching adequate, State of Art Instrumental Lab., more than sufficient number of faculty
members, retain of the faculty members, Campus is connected by networking internet, all students can
access the net freely from their hostel rooms.
Syllabus upgradation continuous process – every 5 years, Institute handling all consultancies with
Institute Industry academic programme interaction and Institute–Institute academic programme.
Academic schedule is followed strictly. Timely publication of result.
WEAKNESSIn
the process of e learning
14 Signature of Authorized Signatory with date
14. Students data and pass % since last three years. Annexure- 7 B
S.No. Course
Year Sanctioned
Intake
Students
Admitted
Students
Passed
out in first
attempt
% of
Students
passed in
first
attempt
% of
Students
passing out
with
Distinction
% of
Students
with 1st
Division
% of
Students
with IInd
Division
NOTE: Average result of two Semesters in case of Semester system
15 Signature of Authorized Signatory with date
15. i) Total no. of students placed by the Institution through its Placement Cell (Discipline wise)
Annexure-14 A
Year Discipline Total no. of students
passed out
(last 3 years)
Total no. of students
placed through placement
cell
(last 3 years)
15 ii) Provide details of companies/Industries, which visited the institute for placement since the
last three years.
Annexure- 14 B
S.No. Year Name of the Company/Industry Number of Students placed
16 Signature of Authorized Signatory with date
16. Utilization status of grants received under various schemes of AICTE (R&D, MODROB, Faculty
development, IIPC etc for the last three years).
Sl.
No. Name of the Scheme(s)
Grant
Sanctioned
( Amount)
Grant
Utilize
d
Whether
utilization
certificate
submitted , if yes
amount for
which submitted
Major Impact
*
1
AICTE Grant Dr. A.N. Jha Year : 2002-
03
800,000.00 YES
800,000.00
L.No.8020/RID/R&D -40/01-02 dated 4/3/2002
2
AICTE Project Dr. Manjari Chakarborty Year : 2002-
03
800,000.00 YES 667913.36
L.No.1-51 /FD/CA (II) /00-01 dated 20/3/2002
3
AICTE MODROB Dr. S.C. Goel Year : 2002-
03
800,000.00 YES
800,000.00
L.No.8020/RID/MODROB/96/01-02 dated 4/3/2002
4
AICTE TAPTECH Dr. J.S. Roy Year : 2002-
03
350,000.00 YES 350,000.00
L.No.8020/RID/TAP-13/01-02 dated 4/3/2002
5 AICTE TAPTECH Dr. P.R.P. Verma Year : 2002-03
1,000,000.00 YES
1,000,000.00
L.No.8020/RID/TAP-16/01-02 dated 4/3/2002
6 AICTE TAPTECH Prof.S.P. Bhattanagar Year : 2002-03
1,200,000.00 YES
1,200,000.00
L.No.8020/RID/TAP-16/01-02 dated 4/3/2002
7
AICTE TAPTECH Prof. B.K. Singh Year : 2002-
03
1,200,000.00 YES
1,200,000.00
L.No.8020/RID/TAP-14/01-02 dated4/3/2002
8
AICTE Grant For P.G. Scholarship Year : 2003-
04
475,000.00 YES 4,75,000.00
L.No.PG/Gate Sch /02/03/33
9
AICTE PG Scholarship Year : 2003-
04
1,360,000.00 YES 1,360,000.00
L.No.PG/Gate Sch /02/03/033
10
AICTE P.G. Scholarship Year : 2003-
04
1,480,000.00 YES 1,480,000.00
L.No.AICTE /Sch /02/03/033
11
AICTE Implementation of Modrobs Dr. B.M. Karn Year : 2003-
04
1,000,000.00 YES
1,000,000.00
L.No.8021/R&D/Proj/Mod/183/2/3
12
AICTE Implementation of Modrob Prof.S.Sengupta Year : 2003-
04
700,000.00 YES
451,284.00
L.No.8021/R&D/Proj/Mod/057/2/3
13
AICTE Implementation of R& D Rachna Khare Year : 2003-
04
150,000.00 YES
160,705.00
L.No.8021/R&D /Proj/031/2/3/
14
AICTE Implementation of R& D Project K.Chatterjee Year :
2003-04
300,000.00 YES
300,000.00
L.No.8021 R& D /Proj/R&D /096/2/3
15 AICTE Scholarship & Academic R & PEFIP Year : 2003-04
148,600.00 YES 148,600.00
L.No.FD/EF/P(IV ) H ( 5 ) 2/3
16
AICTE Implementation of Modrob Dr. D. Sasmal Year : 2003-
04
1,365,000.00 YES
1,365,000.00
L.No.8021/R& D /Proj/Mod/057/2/3
17 AICTE Scholarship & Academic Exp. Year : 2003-04
148,600.00 YES 148,600.00
FD/EF/P( IV) H ( 5 ) 3 /4
18
AICTE TAPTEC Dr. A.K. Srivastava Year : 2003-
04
380,000.00 YES
380,000.00
17 Signature of Authorized Signatory with date
L.No.8021 R& D /NP Proj/TA /240/2/3
19 AICTE Scholarship & Academic Exp. Year : 2004-05
148,600.00 YES 148,600.00
L.No.FD/EF/P(IV ) H ( 5 ) ¾
20
AICTE Grant For P.G. Scholarship Year : 2005-
06
4,535,000.00 YES 4,535,000.00
21
AICTE -Sanjay Duttta Year : 2001-
02
395,000.00 YES 395,000.00
L.No. 8019/RDII /R& D /CHE (145) 01dt.
22 AICTE -TAPTCH -Mrs.Shradha Shivani Year : 2001-02
L.No. 8019/RDII /TAP /256/00-01 dt.30/3/01
200,000.00 YES
400,000.00
L.No. 8019/RDII /TAP/ MAN(256)/00 dt.16/3/01
200,000.00
23
AICTE -Dr. Mohan Varma Year : 2001-
02 YES
L.No. 8019/RDII /R&D / CHE (146)/01 dt.16/3/01
460,000.00 9,20,000.00
L.No. 8019/RDII /R&D / CHE (146)/01 dt.23/2/01
460,000.00
24 AICTE Grant -Geotechnical Engg.Lab. Year : 2001-02
L.No. 8019/RDII /MOD /(O/3)00-01 dt.19/3/01
512,500.00 YES
1,025,000.00
L.No. 8019/RDII /MOD /CIV/13/00 dt.16/3/01
512,500.00
25
AICTE Grant to Dr. B.N. Das Year : 2001-
02
425,000.00 YES 425,000.00
L.No. 8019/RDII /R&D /134/00-01 dt.30/3/01
26 AICTE Grant for IIPC Project to Dr.A.M .Agrawal Year : 2001-02
950,000.00 YES
928,917.45
L.No.8020/RID /III/IIPC/08/01-02 dt.05.03.02
27 AICTE -MODROB -Dr. P.K.Mohanty Year : 2001-02 150,000.00 YES
150,000.00
L.No. 19/RDII/MOD/019/00-01dt.01.03.01
28 AICTE Grant Dr. S.K. Jain Year : 2001-02
L.No. 8019/RDII /R&D / MEC (107)/01 dt.16/5/01 100,000.00 YES 100,000.00
L.No. 8019/RDII /R&D / MEC (197)/01 dt.29/01/2001 100,000.00 YES 100,000.00
* The projects sanctioned by AICTE have successfully been completed and the project mentioned at
Serial No. 23 received the best R & D project award from AICTE in 2004. The current projects are
progressing satisfactorily and are monitored by expert committee from time to time.
18 Signature of Authorized Signatory with date
17.
Library facilities
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
Total area of the library : 3700 (sq mtr.)
Seating capacity of the library : 753.36 (sq mtr.)
Reprographic facility (yes / No) : Yes
Working hours of library : Monday to Friday 8:00 am- 8:00 pm
Saturday 8:00 am- 4:00 pm
Sunday 9:00 am- 1:00 pm
Library Networking facility (yes / No): Yes
Usage data of the library (in terms of books issued to the faculty & students etc.) :
Students may borrow 5 general for fifteen days and 1 text
Book for overnight.
Faculty may borrow 10 general books for 1 month and 1
text book for one day.
SC/ST student can borrow 10 books for 1 semester from
the SC/ST book bank in additional to 5 books from general
category.
Annual library budget (% of annual student fee collected): Rs. 1,06,79616.00
Details of the library staff with qualifications and pay scales: Annexure- 6 B
Details of the library facilities : Annexure- 6 B
S.No Course(s) Number of titles
of the books Number of volumes
Journals
National International
19 Signature of Authorized Signatory with date
18. Details of Laboratories & Workshops Annexure- 6 A
S.No
Name of the
Course
Name of the
laboratory/workshop
Total Area of
lab/workshop
Major equipment
19. Computer Facilities for the existing programme(s)
Annexure- 6 C
S.No Particulars
Requirements as per Norms
(1:4 all undergraduate UG
Programmes and 1:2 for
MBA/MCA/ PGDM/ PGDBM)
Availability
1. No of Computer terminals
2. Hardware Specification
3. No of terminals of LAN/WAN
4. Relevant Legal Software
Application System
5. Peripheral(s)/ Printers
6. Internet Accessibility (in kbps & hrs)
Whether the computer facilities are suitable for the existing programmes ? Yes No
20. Building
1. Available Built up area per student : 45 SQ. M
2. Total Built up Area for the existing programme(s)
Particulars
Area
required as
per norms
(Sq.M)
Building with
RCC Roof
(Sq.M)
Building with
Sheet Roof
(if suitable for
Educational Institution)
(Sq.M)
Total
sanctioned
intake (last 4
yrs. for
Engg./Pharmacy/
HMCT/ Arch. etc.
2 yrs. MBA/
PGDBM and 3
yrs. for MCA)
Built up area
per student
Total Area
Available
(Sq.M)
Instructional Area
(Carpet Area) - 16732.74 4655.29 - - 21388.03
Administrative Area
(Carpet Area) - 44560.52 - - - 44560.52
Amenities
(Carpet Area) - 3692.69 - - - 3692.69
Circulation & Others - 8423.39 - - - 8423.39
Total 78064.63
21. Instructional Area for the existing programme(s)
Particulars
Number of rooms Carpet area of each room
Requirement as per norms Available in the institution Requirement as per norms Available in the Institution (Sq.M)
Class Rooms 44 4387.29
Tutorial Hall 11 1304.67
Drawing Hall (*) 7 1121.51
Computer Centre 1 7722.12
Library 1 3900.00
Laboratories & workshops 101 + 1 14574.56
Total 33010.15
20 Signature of Authorized Signatory with date
�� Whether any academic activity is being carried out in the basement if yes, give details Yes
The Computer Laboratories in R & D building and Biotech Labs. In its building.
�� Whether a barrier free environment has been created in the building for Physically challenged persons. No
�� Whether the Classrooms, Tutorial hall, Drawing hall, Computer centre, Library, Laboratory and
workshops are well equipped for the existing courses. Yes
22. Land Availability
Land Category
(Rural/ District Head Quarter/
State Capital/ Metropolitan city/ Mega City)
Area required
as per Land Category (Acres)
Total Area available
(Acres)
RURAL 780
(a) Whether the said land is demarcated by fencing/ boundary wall for the institution (Tick ��
appropriate box)
Yes
(b) Whether the land is contiguous (Tick �� appropriate box) Yes
If Not, Number of plots Distance between the plots (Sq.M)
(c) Whether the surroundings of the institution are suitable for educational purpose. Yes
23. Availability of other facilities:
S.No. Parameter Availability
1 All Weather Approach Road (cemented / kuchha) Yes
2 Potable Water Supply System (own bore well / municipal corporation) Yes
3 Electrical Generator (5kv, 5-10 kv, 10-15 kv, more than 20 kv) Yes
4 Students’ Canteen Yes
5 Students’ Common Room (Boys / Girls) Yes
6 Hostel
Boys 8
Girls 3
If no hostel facility is available, whether arrangements have been made for boarding and lodging of students near to the
institution, if yes mode of travel from the place of stay to the institution
7 Principal’s Quarters Yes
8 Digital Library Yes
9 Quarters for Faculty Yes
10 Guest House Yes
11 Parking facilities Yes
12 Medical facilities (full time / part time doctor / dispensary) Yes
13 Insurance facilities Yes
14 Telephone booth Yes
15 Gymnasium /indoor / outdoor stadium Yes ( All available)
16 Rainwater-harvesting facilities are available No
17 Post office facility Yes
18 Bank facility Yes
19 Transport facility for day scholars Yes
20. Reprographic facilities in the Institutions. Yes
21. Barrier free environment for physically challenged.
21 Signature of Authorized Signatory with date
24.
Fee Structure of the Institution
Annexure- 15
S.No. Category
CET quota Management quota
Fixed by the
State Fee
Committee
Being
charged by
the
Institution
Fixed by the
State Fee
Committee
Being
charged by
the Institution
1. Admission Fee
2. Tuition Fee
3. University fee
(Examination fee,
Registration fee etc.)
4. Hostel fee (Rent etc.)
5. Laboratory fee
6. Library fee
7. Any other
Total Fee
25. Financial Position
(i) Whether applicant has opened a bank account in the name of the Society/
Trust for the existing institution
Yes
(ii)
Source of income & expenditure during the last year
S.No. Source of Income Rs. (in lakhs) Expenditure during the last year Rs. (in lakhs)
1. Central Government - Salary of Full-Time Faculty
2. State Government 368.67 Salary for Visiting/Adjunct faculty 2166.77
3. University Grants Commission 165.10 Salary of Non-Teaching Staff
4. Other Central/State Govt. Bodies - Library 33.10
5. Private Trust - Computer Centre -
6. Donations - Equipments Labs and Workshops 132.91
7. Student Fees 3167.72 Building 95.59
8. Internal Revenue Generation 4.80 Others (please specify) 1714.97
9. Others (please specify) 575.48 -
Total 4281.77 4143.34
(iii) Details of Operational funds
S.No.
Name of Bank
With Branch &
Full Address
Account No.
Cash Balance
(in lakhs)
FDR, if any
(Excluding joint
FDR submitted
to AICTE)
Total Amount
(in lakhs)
22 Signature of Authorized Signatory with date
Declaration:
It is certified that:
a) Existing Courses are being conducted as per norms, standards and guidelines of the AICTE.
b) All the physical deficiencies stated in the last approval letter have been complied with.
c) The AICTE pay scales are being paid to the faculty members.
d) The admissions are made on merit and no capitation fee or donation of any kind is charged for
admission.
e) The teaching faculty has been recruited as per qualifications and experience laid down by
AICTE.
f) The tuition and the other fee is being charged as prescribed by the Competent Authority.
g) No new course has been started (since the last approval by AICTE) without prior approval of
AICTE.
h) The institution is not running any courses not approved by AICTE in the premises of the AICTE
approved institution.
h) The intake in any of the AICTE approved course has not been increased beyond the sanctioned
intake, without prior approval of AICTE.
I/We solemnly declare that no information has been withheld and all the information provided in
this Compliance Report is correct. If any information is found to be incorrect or false, I/We
understand that proposal shall be liable for rejection.
Date: ................... Name and Signature of the Authorized
Signatory of the institution with seal
Place:..................
__________________________________________________________________________________
List of Annexure’s to be submitted along with the Compliance Report
(Annexures should be strictly submitted in the following order alongwith index and page
numbers and signed by the authorized signatory).
Annexure 1 Copy of Mandatory Disclosure.
Annexure 2 Faculty & Staff
(A) Existing faculty:
The following documents should be submitted for each of the existing faculty members in the serial
order as mentioned in the section 12. ii b) of the compliance report.
1) One page biodata alongwith passport size photographs (with details covering number of papers
published, books written, summer winter schools attended, R&D projects undertaken etc.).
2) Copies of appointment letters with terms and conditions of appointment and joining report.
3) Aquittance roll of Faculty / Non-teaching staff for the current and previous year.
4) Salary register of faculty/proof of salary paid to the staff along with TDS records.
23 Signature of Authorized Signatory with date
(B) Additional faculty appointed.
The following documents should be submitted for the additional faculty members appointed.
1) Copy of the advertisement.
2) Details of the number of candidates applied and called for interview.
3) Selection Committee minutes and recommendations.
4) Approval by the Governing body or board of governers.
5) One page biodata of the appointed candidates.
6) Appointment letter and joining letters of the appointed faculty.
(C) The institution is required to submit a statement signed by each faculty member stating that he / she
has been appointed and is working exclusively for the AICTE approved programme in the institution.
(D) An affidavit from the Chairman of the Trust / Director / Principal of the institution stating that faculty
members mentioned in the section 12 of the compliance report are exclusively teaching for the
AICTE approved programme / institution is required to be submitted by the institution.
Annexure 3 Details of the Built-up Area. Given in text, Page No- 20
- Approved building plan with total area of built-up space.
- Building completion certificate from competent authority.
- Details of proposed/under construction area. (if any)
Annexure 4 Photographs and Video CD
- The Institution is required to submit a group photograph with name underneath of all the faculty
members and staff (Technical and Non-Technical, etc. separately) along with the head of the
Institution.
- Photograph (color) of the building attested by the Chairman/Secretary of the Trust/Society.
Annexure 5 Correspondence related to AICTE Approval.
- Copy of the first approval of AICTE
- Copies of subsequent extension of approval letters of AICTE
- Latest Affiliation of University
- Details of reduction in intake last year, if any.
- Documents related to penal action against the Institution by the University/State/AICTE last
year, if any.
Annexure 6 Details regarding workshop, laboratories, library and computers– Course-wise
Annexure- 6A, 6B & 6C
- Stock Register of Library Books (copies of last five pages to be submitted)
- Usage register of books (copies of last five pages),
- Stock registers of Computers, equipment
- Internet facility, (Type and bandwidth details)
- Copies of Cover page of all journals (last six months) Cover Page of all Journals to bear the
stamp of the institution.
- List of laboratories available with area of each lab and major equipments.
Annexure 7 Students data. Annexure- 7
- Course-wise number of Students admitted in the previous year.
- Percentage of Pass in each course for the last three years. (A copy of the affiliating University
Results of the last three years to be provided.)
- No. of students admitted under PIO / Foreign Nationals (with passport details and account and
currency in which fees have been paid).
24 Signature of Authorized Signatory with date
Annexure 8 Land details.
- A copy of original Land documents.
Annexure 9 Financial details
- Audited Statement of accounts of the institution
- Latest bank statement, funds available in the FDR and Saving Account/Current Account
- A copy of fee receipts with details of the fee being charged from the students.
- TDS Certificate in respect of the Income Tax deducted from salary of faculty members.

Er. Alok Kumar # 09304313201 said...

May 18, 2008






:: MANDATORY DISCLOSURE ::------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
NAME OF THE INSTITUTION

Address including telephone, Fax, e-mail.
Name R.V. S. College of Engineering & Technology
Address EDALBERA, BHILAI PAHARI, NH 33, JAMSHEDPUR:831012, JHARKHAND
Pin Code 831012 STD CODE 0657

Phone 0657 - 6543656/6543657/6573009
Fax No. 0657 – 2435439

E-Mail info@rvscet.com website www.rvscet.com



NAME & ADDRESS OF THE PRINCIPAL

Address including telephone, Fax, e-mail.
Name Prof. (Dr.) Janak Prasad Singh
Address H - 33, Singh Niwas RIT Co-operative Housing Colony Jamshedpur : 831 013
STD Code 0657 Phone No. 6543657(O)2373113(R)

STD Code 0657
Fax No. 0657 – 2435439

E-Mail info@rvscet.com Mobile No. 094313 - 01902



NAME OF THE AFFILIATING UNIVERSITY


Name Ranchi University
Address Ranchi :834 001
STD Code 0651 Period of Affiliation 2004-05, 2005-06, 2006-07,

Fax No. 2301077
2007-08 (under process)

E mail / Website None 2205177



GOVERNANCE


Members of the Board and their brief background
01. Mr. R. S. Singh, Board of Governor’s Member
02. Mr. Shatrughana Singh, Board of Governor’s Member
03. Mr. Rajesh Kumar Tiwari, Head of Deptt.of Computer Science & Engineering
04. Mr. Vikram Sharma, Head of Deptt. of Science & Humanities
05. Mr. Vijay Singh, Head of Deptt. of Electronics & Communication Engineering


Members of Academic Advisory Body
01. Mr. Rameshwar Prasad Singh, H. O. D., Mechanical Engineering
02. Mr. Rajesh Kumar Tiwari, H. O. D., Computer Science & Engineering
03. Mr. Vijay Singh, H. O. D., Electrical & Electronics Engineering
04. Mrs. Pushpalata, H. O. D., Electronics & Communication Engineering
05. 05. Mr. Vikram Sharma, H. O. D., Science & Humanities


Frequency of the Board Meetings and Academic Advisory Body
Frequency of Board of Governance Meeting : 4 times in a Year (3 Months Interval)
Frequency of Academic Advisory Body Meeting : Monthly (Once in a Month)

Organizational chart and processes



Nature and Extent of involvement of faculty and students in academic affairs/improvements
The entire Students have been distributed among Faculty Member. Faculty Members are responsible for the Performance of Students under them.

Mechanism/Norms & Procedure for democratic/good Governance
01. Major decisions are being taken in the Meeting of Faculty Members.
02. Calling a Meeting of Head of Departments before taking any Decision regarding Academic, Administration & Future Plans.
03. Students are being Consulted by concerned Head of Departments for their Activities.
04. Academic Advisory Body Meeting is being held every Month.

Student Feedback on Institutional Governance / faculty performance
Each Student is being given White Piece of Paper to write/to give the Rating of each Faculty Members without writing his Name & Roll No. on the Sheet.

Grievance redressal mechanism for faculty, staff and students
Redressals of Grievances of Students & Faculty & Staff are taken up by calling the Meeting of Advisory Body & Head of Departments. If required, Redressal of Grievance of Faculty & Staff may be done after seeking the Advice of the Chairman / Board of Governors.

PROGRAMMES


Name of the Programmes approved by the AICTE
01. Computer Science & Engineering (CSE)
02. Electronics & Communication Engineering (ECE)
03. Electrical & Electronics Engineering (EEE)
04. Mechanical Engineering (ME)

Name of the Programmes accredited by the AICTE
We are not eligible to Apply for Accreditation as per AICTE Norms as we have No Pass-Out Batch.

For each Programme the following details are to be given:
Name of Course Approved Number of seats Duration
Computer Science & Engineering (CSE) 60 4 years
Electronics & Communication Engineering (ECE) 60 4 years
Electrical & Electronics Engineering (EEE) 60 4 years
Mechanical Engineering (ME) 60 4 years


Cut off mark/rank for admission during the last three years
Candidates are Admitted through Counselling Procedure of Jharkhand Combined Entrance Competitive Examination Board, Ranchi, i.e. Jharkhand Combined Entrance Competitive Examination Board, Ranchi.

Fee
As per Decision of Department of Science & Technology, Government of Jharkhand.

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:

FACULTY


Branch wise list faculty members:

Name of the Faculty Members of R. V. S. College of Engineering & Technology, Jamshedpur DEPARTMENT WISE :

Permanent Faculty *View the profile of every faculty, please Click on faculty name.
Department
Sl.
Name of the Faculty
Designation

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
01.
DR. MAHENDRA PRASAD SINGH
PROFESSOR

02.
DR. BHUMENDRA KUMAR
PROFESSOR

03.
ANANT RAJ
PROFESSOR

04.
RAMESHWAR PRASAD SINGH
ASST. PROFESSOR

05.
SANATAN PRASAD
ASST. PROFESSOR

06.
PANCHANAN CHATTOPADHYAY
ASST. PROFESSOR

07.
JYOTI PRAKAS MAJUMDAR
ASST. PROFESSOR

08.
NILIMA SOREN PATTANAYAK
ASST. PROFESSOR

09.
PRASHANT LOCHAN
LECTURER

10.
MUKESH KUMAR PATHAK
LECTURER

11.
GYAN SHANKER SHARMA
LECTURER

12.
GOPAL JHA
LECTURER

13.
BANGSHIDHAR GOSWAMI
LECTURER

14.
VIJAY KUMAR CHOUDHURI
LECTURER

15.
SHAILENDRA KUMAR PRASAD
LECTURER

16.
MANVENDRA TIWARI
LECTURER

17.
ARUN DAYAL UDAI
LECTURER

ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING
01.
DR. JANAK PRASAD SINGH
PROFESSOR

02.
AMAR NATH BANERJEE
PROFESSOR

03.
PURUSHOTTAM NARAYAN MISHRA
PROFESSOR

04.
PUSHPALATA
ASST. PROFESSOR

05.
ANANT KUMAR CHATTERJEE
ASST. PROFESSOR

06.
PRAMOD KUMAR
ASST. PROFESSOR

07.
KUMAR DHIRAJ
ASST. PROFESSOR

08.
RAKESH KUMAR 1
LECTURER

09.
PRAKASH KUMAR
LECTURER

10.
GHAZALA NISHAT
LECTURER

11.
ANUSHREE SHRIVASTAVA
LECTURER

12.
SANJEEV KUMAR
LECTURER

13.
SUSHANTA MAHANTY
LECTURER

14.
AMOL KUMAR
LECTURER

15.
SOMNATH GHOSH
LECTURER

16.
RAKESH KUMAR 2
LECTURER

17.
RICHA MISHRA
LECTURER

COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING
01.
RAJESH KUMAR TIWARI
ASST. PROFESSOR

02.
YOGENDRA KUMAR
LECTURER

03.
ABHRA PAUL
LECTURER

04.
TAPAN KUMAR DEY
LECTURER

05.
SOUMENDU CHAKRABORTY
LECTURER

06.
BIRESH KUMAR
LECTURER

07.
SABINA PRIYADARSHINI
LECTURER

08.
PRABHASH KUMAR CHHABRA
LECTURER

09.
SUBRATA SAHANA
LECTURER

10.
ABIRA GHOSH
LECTURER

11.
ABHISHEK RAJ SINGH
LECTURER

12.
KAMLESHWAR KUMAR PANDEY
LECTURER

13.
SUNIL KUMAR SINGH
LECTURER

14.
RAJEEV RANJAN DAS
LECTURER

15.
SRABONI MANDAL
LECTURER

16.
GHASI RAM SARDAR
LECTURER

ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING
01.
PARAS NATH
PROFESSOR

02.
VIJAY SINGH
ASST. PROFESSOR

03.
REKHA CHAUDHARY
ASST. PROFESSOR

04.
PREETA JOHN
SR. LECTURER

05.
AJIT KUMAR
LECTURER

06.
RASMIMAYEE RAUTA
LECTURER

07.
SUKUMAR GHOSH
LECTURER

08.
SEEMA
LECTURER

09.
SUBHASH CHANDRA PANDEY
LECTURER

10.
MD. FIROZ ALAM KHAN
LECTURER

11.
KUNTAL BHATTACHARJEE
LECTURER

12.
ANIL KUMAR SINHA
LECTURER

13.
SHOUVIK KUMAR SAMANTA
LECTURER

SCIENCE & HUMANITIES MATHEMATICS
01.
DR. SAVITA MISHRA
ASST. PROFESSOR

02.
SURYA BAHADUR
LECTURER

03.
REKHA TIWARY
LECTURER

04.
INDEEWAR KUMAR
LECTURER

05.
SUMITA PALIT
LECTURER

06.
MITALI ROY CHOUDHARY
LECTURER

07.
ARNAB BANDYOPADHYAY
LECTURER

SCIENCE & HUMANITIES PHYSICS
08.
BANI KANTA NATH
ASST. PROFESSOR

09.
RAJENDRA KUMAR JAYASWAL
LECTURER

10.
KUMARI MAMTA
LECTURER

SCIENCE & HUMANITIES CHEMISTRY
11.
KALPANA MAHATO
ASST. PROFESSOR

12.
VIKRAM SHARMA
LECTURER

13.
SUBRATA MAHATO
LECTURER

14.
RESHMI DEY
LECTURER

SCIENCE & HUMANITIES ENGLISH
15.
SANJEEV SRIVASTAVA
ASST. PROFESSOR

16.
SUMAN ROY
LECTURER

17.
SHILPI ALPANA BARLA
LECTURER

18.
ARUN KUMAR SINGH
LECTURER


Number of faculty employed and left during the last three years :
Three

PROFILE OF DIRECTOR/PRINCIPAL WITH QUALIFICATIONS, TOTAL EXPERIENCE, AGE AND DURATION OF EMPLOYMENT AT THE INSTITUTE CONCERNED

01. Name : Dr. Janak Prasad Singh
02. Father's Name : Late Yogendra Prasad Singh
03. Address : H - 33, Singh Niwas, R. I. T. Co-operative Housing Colony Adityapur - 2, Jamshedpur : 831 013
04. Phone : 094313 - 01902, 0657 - 2373113
05. Nationality : Indian
06. Date of Birth : 21/09/1944

07. Educational Qualification :

Examination Year of Passing Name of Board/University Division
HIGHER SECONDARY 1962 BSEB PATNA 1ST
B. SC. ENGG. 1967 RANCHI UNIVERSITY RANCHI 1ST
M. TECH. 1978 I. I. T. KHARAGPUR GRADE A
PH. D. - STRUCTURAL ENGG. 1990 I. I. T. KHARAGPUR -

Experience :

Designation Period Institution
ASST. LECTURER 03/01/1968 - 02/02/1972 R. I. T. JAMSHEDPUR
LECTURER 02/02/1972 - 03/01/1984 R. I. T. JAMSHEDPUR
ASST. PROFESSOR 03/01/1984 - 01/02/1985 R. I. T. JAMSHEDPUR
PROFESSOR 01/02/1985 - 30/09/2006 R. I. T. JAMSHEDPUR
CENTRE SUPERINTENDENT - POST GRADUATE EXAMINATION 1995 - 1996 R. I. T. JAMSHEDPUR
HEAD OF DEPARTMENT - APPLIED MECHANICS 1997 - 2000 R. I. T. JAMSHEDPUR
ACTING PRINCIPAL 2001 - 2002 R. I. T. JAMSHEDPUR
CHAIRMAN - NON-FORMAL EDUCATION 2001 - 2002 R. I. T. JAMSHEDPUR


FEE


Details of fee, as approved by State fee Committee, for the Institution.
Serial no. Particulars Fixed by the State Fee Committee
01. Tuition Fee 33,800/-
02. Development Fee 5,000/- (One Time)


Time schedule for payment of fee for the entire programme
Not yet decided

No. of Fee waivers granted with amount and name of students
No such Student whose Fee has been Waived, till date

Number of scholarship offered by the institute, duration and amount
Nil

Criteria for fee waivers/scholarship
N. A.

Estimated cost of Boarding and Lodging in Hostels
Rs.30,000/- (Rupees Thirty Thousand) per Annum

ADMISSION


Number of seats sanctioned with the year of approval
No. of seats Sanctioned by AICTE
Course 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08
Computer Science & Engineering (CSE) 60 60 60 60
Electronics & Communication Engineering (ECE) 60 60 60 60
Electrical & Electronics Engineering (EEE) 60 60 60 60
Mechanical Engineering (ME) 60 60 60 60


Number of students admitted under various categories each year in the last Four years
No. of Students Submitted
Course 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08
Computer Science & Engineering (CSE) 50+18=68 42+13=55 47 57
Electronics & Communication Engineering (ECE) 56+58=114 63+24=87 57 60
Electrical & Electronics Engineering (EEE) 52+40=92 37+18=55 34 57
Mechanical Engineering (ME) 62+00=62 50+00=50 50 60


2004-2005: 116 Students were transferred from Alice Institute of Technology, Ranchi, to R. V. S. College of Engineering & Technology, Jamshedpur, vide Order, No. 1155 Dtd. 10/07/2007, of Deptt. of Science & Technology, Govt. of Jharkhand, Ranchi.

2005-2006: 55 Students were transferred from Alice Institute of Technology, Ranchi, to R. V. S. College of Engineering & Technology, Jamshedpur, vide Order, No. 173 Dtd. 24/01/2007, of Deptt. of Science & Technology, Govt. of Jharkhand, Ranchi.

2004-2005 & 2005-2006: Increase in the Intake Capacity by 10% for Students to be Admitted under Diploma to Degree Entry Scheme in the 2nd Year of B. Tech., in accordance to Jharkhand Combined Entrance Competitive Examination Board, Ranchi.

Number of applications received during last two years for admission under Management Quota and number admitted. Not Applicable

ADMISSION PROCEDURE


Mention the admission test being followed, name and address of the Test Agency and its URL (website)
Jharkhand Combined Entrance Competitive Examination, AIEEE & Common Entrance Test

Number of seats allotted to different Test Qualified candidates separately [AIEEE/CET (State conducted test/University tests)/Association conducted test]
In accordance to Jharkhand Combined Entrance Competitive Examination Board, Ranchi

*Calendar for admission against management/vacant seats: NA 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)
*Last date for closing of admission.
*Starting of the Academic session.
*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 notified

CRITERIA AND WEIGHTAGES FOR ADMISSION


* Describe each criteria with its respective weightages i.e. Admission Test, marks in qualifying examination etc.
* Mention the minimum level of acceptance, if any.
* Mention the cut-off levels of percentage & percentile scores of the candidates in the admission test for the last three years.
* Display marks scored in Test etc. and in aggregate for all candidates who were admitted


ADMISSION FORM





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.


RESULTS OF ADMISSION UNDER MANAGEMENT SEATS/VACANT SEATS


* 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)

* Score of the individual candidates admitted arranged in order of merit.

* List of candidates who have been offered admission.

* Waiting list of the candidates in order of merit to be operative from the last date of joining of the first list candidates.

* List of the candidates who joined within the date, vacancy position in each category before operation of waiting list.



INFORMATION ON INFRASTRUCTURE AND OTHER RESOURCES AVAILABLE


Library:

*Number of Library books/Titles/Journals available (programme-wise)

*List of online National/International Journals subscribed.


Branch
No. of Titles
No. of Volumes
Journals

National
International

CSE
180
1191
20
3

ECE
200
1427
9
5

EEE
170
1359
12
2

M E
396
3047
13
9

SC. & HUMANITIES
279
2289
8
2

Material Science & Technology (MST)
40
280
2
1

Master of Computer Application (MCA)
60
375
2
2


*E-Library facilities – Yes


Laboratory:

For each Laboratory

*List of Major Equipment/Facilities

MAJOR EQUIPMENTS – BRANCH WISE & LABORATORY WISE : R. V. S. COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY, JAMSHEDPUR


Name of Laboratory
Major Equipments

Chemistry
(i) Distillation Plant

(ii) Digital pH meter

(iii) Oven

(iv) Digital Balance

(v) Physical Balance

(vi) Pensky- Martins closed cup flash point apparatus

(vii) Cleveland open cup flash and fire point apparatus

(viii) Or sat gas analyzer

(ix) Water Bath

(x) Hot Plate

(xi) Ostwald Viscometer

(xii) Redwood Viscometer

(xiii)Stalagmometer (Surface Tension

(xiv) Hirsh Funnel (Filtering apparatus)

(xv) Conductivity Meter

Physics
(i) Tangent Galvanometer

(ii) Ballistic Galvanometer

(iii)Hibbert’s Magnetic Standard

(iv) Melde’s Set

(v)Potentiometer

(vi) Carey-Foster Bridge

(vii) Spectrometer

(viii)Viscometer

(ix) Callender Griffith Bridge

(x) Newton’s Ring Apparatus

(xi)Optical bench for Fresnels’ biprism related to interference

(xii)Searl’s Apparatus

(xiii)Lee Charlton’s Apparatus

(xiv)Sodium Vapour Lamp

(xv)Digital Multimeter

(xvi)Travelling Microscope

(xvii)Induction Coil

(xviii) Thomson’s apparatus to measure e/m ratio.

(xix) Physical balance

(xx) Thermocouple sets.



COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING

LIST OF EQUIPMENTS


DATABASE LAB


Sl.No.
Name of Equipments
Equipment Description
Name of Manufacturer
Quantity

1
CPU
Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU

3.06 GHz, 128 Mb RAM, 40GB HDD.
Zenith
60

2
CD ROM
52 X max
Zenith
01

3
Monitor
CRT 15”
Zenith
60

4
Keyboard
Keyboard
Zenith
60

5
Mouse
Mouse
Zenith
60

6
UPS
15 KVA
NUMERIC
01

7
AC
2 TON
Blue Star
04



COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING

LIST OF EQUIPMENTS


NETWORK LAB


Sl.No.
Name of Equipments
Equipment Description
Name of Manufacturer
Quantity

1
CPU
Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 3.06GHz, 256 Mb RAM, 80GB HDD.
Zenith
60

2
Monitor
CRT 15”
Zenith
60

3
Keyboard
Keyboard
Zenith
60

4
Mouse
Mouse
Zenith
60



COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING

LIST OF EQUIPMENTS


ORGANIZATION LAB


Sl.No.
Name of Equipments
Equipment Description
Name of Manufacturer
Quantity

1
CPU
Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 3.06GHz, 128 Mb RAM, 40GB HDD.
Zenith
60

2
CD ROM
52 X max
Zenith
10

3
Monitor
CRT 15”
Zenith
60

4
Keyboard
Keyboard
Zenith
60

5
Mouse
Mouse
Zenith
60

6
UPS
20 KVA
HITA
01

7
AC
2 TON
Blue Star
03



COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING

LIST OF EQUIPMENTS


COMPUTER PROGRAMMING LAB


Sl.No.
Name of Equipments
Equipment Description
Name of Manufacturer
Quantity

1
CPU
Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 3.06GHz, 128 Mb RAM, 40GB HDD.
Zenith
60

2
CD ROM
52 X max
Zenith
04

3
CD WRITER
RW 52.32.52
Zenith
01

4
Monitor
CRT 15”
Zenith
60

5
Keyboard
Keyboard
Zenith
60

6
Mouse
Mouse
Zenith
59

7
Switch
16 port
Quantum
03

8
CD
WINDOWS XP O/S
MICROSOFT
01

9
Floppy
PASCAL
ANSI
01

10
CD
FOTRAN
Intel
01

11
Floppy
COBOL
ANSI
01

12
CRIMPER
RJ-45 Crimping Tool
D-link
01

13
Connector
RJ-45
D-link
38

14
UPS
16 KVA
HITA
01

15
Tools
Screw driver set
Taparia
01

16
AC

Blue Star
05



MASTER OF COMPUTER APPLICATION (M.C.A)

LIST OF EQUIPMENTS


LAB-I


Sl.No.
Name of Equipments
Equipment Description
Name of Manufacturer
Quantity

1
CPU
Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 3.06GHz, 128 Mb RAM, 40GB HDD.
Zenith
30

2
CD ROM
52 X max
Zenith
04

3
CD WRITER
RW 52.32.52
Zenith
01

4
Monitor
CRT 15”
Zenith
30

5
Keyboard
Keyboard
Zenith
30

6
Mouse
Mouse
Zenith
30

7
Switch
16 port
Quantum
01

8
Catalyst Switch
24 Port
CISCO
01

9
Forty Gate
Firewall
Forty Gate
01

10.
AC

Blue Star
02



COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING

LIST OF EQUIPMENTS


INTERNET LAB


Sl.No.
Name of Equipments
Equipment Description
Name of Manufacturer
Quantity

1
COMPUTER SYSTEM
Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 3.06GHz, 128 Mb RAM, 40GB HDD.
Zenith
16



DIGITAL LIBRARY


Sl.No.
Name of Equipments
Equipment Description
Name of Manufacturer
Quantity

1
COMPUTER SYSTEM
Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 3.06GHz, 128 Mb RAM, 40GB HDD.
Zenith
4



TRAINING & PLACEMENT, ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING, & ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT


Sl.No.
Name of Equipments
Equipment Description
Name of Manufacturer
Quantity

1
COMPUTER SYSTEM
Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 3.06GHz, 128 Mb RAM, 40GB HDD.
Zenith
3 in each Department i.e. 3 X 3 = 9 Systems



Electrical & Electronics Engineering

(1) BASIC ELECTRICAL LAB:

Sl. No.
DESCRIPTION





1
ENERGY METER (kWH METER), AC, SINGLE-PHASE, 240 V, 50 Hz, 5 - 10 AMP, 1200 RPU, MAKE - POWER, JAIPUR





2
ENERGY METER (kWH METER), AC, SINGLE-PHASE, 240 V, 50 Hz, 5 - 20 AMP, 900 RPU, MAKE - ALSTOM

9201523
1


3
STATIC kWH METER (ENERGY METER), AC, SINGLE-PHASE, 240 V, 50 Hz, 10 - 40 AMP, MAKE - BENTEC

N6465
1


4
SINGLE-PHASE TRANSFORMER, 220 / 110 - 110 V, 3 kVA, 13.6 / 27 AMP, MAKE - ELECTRIC ENTERPRISES, CALCUTTA


1


5
SINGLE PHASE AUTO TRANSFORMER, INPUT: 240 V, 50 Hz, OUTPUT: THREE-PHASE, 0 TO 270 V, 15 AMP; MAKE - PENTA


1


6
SINGLE PHASE AUTO TRANSFORMER, INPUT: 240 V, 50 Hz, OUTPUT: THREE-PHASE, 0 TO 270 V, 8 AMP; MAKE - PENTA


2


7
SINGLE PHASE AUTO TRANSFORMER, INPUT: 230 V, 50 Hz, OUTPUT: THREE-PHASE, 0 TO 270 V, 4 AMP; MAKE - PENTA


1


8
SINGLE PHASE AUTO TRANSFORMER, INPUT: 230 V, 50 Hz, OUTPUT: THREE-PHASE, 0 TO 270 V, 4 AMP; MAKE - GREEN DOT


1


9
SINGLE-PHASE LOADING RHEOSTAT, 220 V, 3 kW, 0.25 kW PER STEP, MAKE - TEST MASTER, CALCUTTA


1


10
RHEOSTAT SINGLE TUBE WITH SLIDING JOKEY, 80-OHM, 3.5 AMPS, MAKE - TEST MASTER


1


11
RHEOSTAT SINGLE TUBE WITH SLIDING JOKEY, 85-OHM, 2.3 AMPS, MAKE - TEST MASTER


2


12
RHEOSTAT SINGLE TUBE WITH SLIDING JOKEY, 185-OHM, 1.5 AMPS, MAKE - TEST MASTER


2


13
RHEOSTAT SINGLE TUBE WITH SLIDING JOKEY, 270-OHM, 2 AMPS, MAKE - TEST MASTER


1


14
RHEOSTAT SINGLE TUBE WITH SLIDING JOKEY, 350-OHM, 3.5 AMPS, MAKE - TEST MASTER


6


15
RHEOSTAT DOUBLE TUBE WITH SLIDING JOKEY, 26-OHM, 4.1 AMPS, MAKE - TEST MASTER


2


16
RHEOSTAT DOUBLE TUBE WITH SLIDING JOKEY, 50-OHM, 5 AMPS, MAKE - TEST MASTER


2


17
RHEOSTAT DOUBLE TUBE WITH SLIDING JOKEY, 50-OHM, 6.7 AMPS, MAKE - TEST MASTER


1


18
RHEOSTAT DOUBLE TUBE WITH SLIDING JOKEY, 170-OHM, 2.3 AMPS, MAKE - TEST MASTER


2


19
RHEOSTAT FOUR TUBE WITH SLIDING JOKEY, 10 x 4 - OHM, 6.7 AMPS, MAKE - TEST MASTER


2


20
CURRENT TRANSFORMER (C. T.), 5 / 30 / 50 A, MAKE - TEST MASTER


1


21
POTENTIAL TRANSFORMER, (P. T.), 100/500 V


1


22
WATTMETER, 5 - 10 A, VOLT: 0 - 150 -300 - 600 V, MAKE - MECO


5


23
MOVING COIL AMMETER, 0 - 3 AMP, TABLE TYPE, MAKE - COSMO


5


24
MOVING COIL AMMETER, 0 - 5 AMP, TABLE TYPE, MAKE - COSMO


5


25
MOVING COIL AMMETER, RANGE: 1 - 3 - 10 A, PORTTABLE LAB TYPE, MAKE - MECO


3


26
MOVING COIL AMMETER, RANGE: 5 - 10 - 25 A, PORTTABLE LAB TYPE, MAKE - MECO


3


27
MOVING COIL AMMETER, RANGE: 7.5 - 15 - 30 A, PORTTABLE LAB TYPE, MAKE - MECO


3


28
MOVING COIL AMMETER, RANGE: 0 - 75 - 150 - 300 V, PORTTABLE LAB TYPE, MAKE - MECO


3


29
MOVING COIL VOLTMETER, 0 - 75 V, TABLE TYPE, MAKE - COSMO


5


30
MOVING COIL VOLTMETER, 0 - 150 V, TABLE TYPE, MAKE - COSMO


10


31
MOVING COIL VOLTMETER, RANGE: 0 - 75 - 150 - 300 V, PORTABLE LAB TYPE, MAKE - MECO


3


32
MOVING IRON AMMETER, 0 - 5 AMP, TABLE TYPE, MAKE - COSMO


5


33
MOVING IRON AMMETER, 0 - 10 AMP, TABLE TYPE, MAKE - COSMO


5


34
MOVING IRON AMMETER, RANGE: 0 - 1 - 3 - 10 A, TABLE TYPE, MAKE - MECO


3


35
MOVING IRON VOLTMETER, 0 - 300 V, TABLE TYPE, MAKE - COSMO


4





Sl. No.
MEASUREMENT & INSTRUMENTATION LAB

DESCRIPTION



1
KELVIN DOUBLE BRIDGE



2
SCHERING BRIDGE



3
AC BRIDGE (ANDERSON)



4
LCRQ METER



5
LINEAR VARIABLE DIFFERENTIAL TRANSFORMER WITH POWER SUPPLY TECHNO INSTRUMENT



6
TIME DIVISION MULTIPLEXING (TDM)



7
FREQUENCY DIVISION MULTIPLEXING (FDM)



8
C. R. O., DUAL TRACE, 20 MHz, MAKE - METRAVI



9
DIGITAL MULTIMETER, MAKE – METRAVI





Sl. No.
ELECTRICAL MACHINE LAB – I

DESCRIPTION



1
M-G SET - 3-PHASE ALTERNATOR & DC SHUNT MOTOR, MAKE - GE MOTOR, CALCUTTA



2
DC SHUNT GENERATOR, 220 V, 1.5 kW, 10 AMPS, 1500 RPM, WAVE WOUND, MAKE - GE MOTOR, CALCUTTA



2
CAPACITOR START INDUCTION MOTOR, SINGLE-PHASE, 2 H. P., 220 V, 10 AMPS, 1500 RPM, TEST MASTER, CALCUTTA



3
SINGLE PHASE TRANSFORMER, 220/220 V, 50 Hz, 3 kVA, 220 V, WITH TAPPING AT 50%, 86.6%, 100% ON SECONDARY SIDE, MAKE - A. E., CALCUTTA



4
THREE PHASE TRANSFORMER, 440/220 V, DELTA/STAR, 50 Hz, 3 kVA, MAKE - A. E., CALCUTTA



5
THREE PHASE TRANSFORMER, 440/220 V, STAR/DELTA, 50 Hz, 3 kVA, MAKE - A. E., CALCUTTA



6
THREE PHASE AUTO TRANSFORMER, INPUT: THREE- PHASE, 440 V, OUTPUT: THREE-PHASE, 0 TO 470 V, 15 AMP; MAKE - A. E., CALCUTTA



7
SINGLE PHASE AUTO TRANSFORMER, INPUT: 220 V, 50 Hz, OUTPUT: THREE-PHASE, 0 TO 270 V, 15 AMP; MAKE - A. E., CALCUTTA



8
THREE PHASE LOADING RHEOSTAT, 440 V, 5 kW, 0.25 kW PER STEP; MAKE - OSWAL, CALCUTTA



9
SINGLE PHASE LOADING RHEOSTAT, 440 V, 5 kW, 0.25 kW PER STEP; MAKE - OSWAL, CALCUTTA



10
PRECISION CURRENT TRANSFORMER, CLASS A, 15 VA, PRIMARY CURRENT: 0 - 10 - 30 - 50 - 150 - 300 A, SECONDARY: 5 A; MAKE - AE, CALCUTTA



11
PRECISION POTENTIAL TRANSFORMER, CLASS 0-A, 15 VA, 50 Hz, PRIMARY VOLTAGE: 0 - 10 - 220 - 380 V, SECONDARY: 100 V; MAKE - AE, CALCUTTA



12
WATT-METER, 5 - 10 AMPS; 75 - 150- 300 V, MAKE - MECO



13
DC MILLI-AMMETER, 0 - 300 mA, MAKE - MECO



14
DC MILLI-AMMETER, 0 - 500 mA, MAKE - MECO



15
POWER FACTOR METER, SINGLE-PHASE, SINGLE ELEMENT, PORTABLE TYPE, MAKE - BOMBAY



16
MOVING IRON AMMETER, 0 - 1 - 5 - 10 AMPS, PORTABLE TYPE, MAKE - MECO



17
MOVING IRON AMMETER, 0 - 10 - 30 - 100 AMPS, PORTABLE TYPE, MAKE - MECO



18
MOVING IRON AMMETER, 0 - 150 - 300 - 600 AMPS, PORTABLE TYPE, MAKE - MECO



19
PORTABLE MULTIMETER, MAKE - MOTVANE



20
RHEOSTAT SINGLE TUBE WITH SLIDING JOKEY, 350-OHM, 1.1 AMPS



21
RHEOSTAT SINGLE TUBE WITH SLIDING JOKEY, 185-OHM, 1.5 AMPS



22
RHEOSTAT SINGLE TUBE WITH SLIDING JOKEY, 85-OHM, 2.3 AMPS



23
RHEOSTAT SINGLE TUBE WITH SLIDING JOKEY, 26-OHM, 4.1 AMPS



24
RHEOSTAT SINGLE TUBE WITH SLIDING JOKEY, 35-OHM, 3.7 AMPS



25
RHEOSTAT SINGLE TUBE WITH SLIDING JOKEY, 10-OHM, 6.7 AMPS



26
RHEOSTAT DOUBLE TUBE WITH SLIDING JOKEY, 20-OHM, 6.7 AMPS



27
RHEOSTAT SINGLE TUBE WITH SLIDING JOKEY, 50-OHM, 5 AMPS



28
RHEOSTAT SINGLE TUBE WITH SLIDING JOKEY, 170-OHM, 2.3 AMPS



29
PHASE SEQUENCE DETECTOR, ROTATING DISC TYPE, 0 - 500 V AC



30
SINGLE-PHASE TRANSFORMER, 220/110 + 100 V, 3 kVA, SHELL TYPE, AIR COOLED



31
MEGGER (INSULATION TESTER), 1000 V, RANGE: 0 TO 2000 M-OHM, METAL BODY,



32
MEGGER (INSULATION TESTER), 500 V, RANGE: 0 TO 2000 M-OHM, METAL BODY,





Sl. No.
ELECTRICAL MACHINE LAB – II

DESCRIPTION



1
DC SHUNT GENERATOR, 230 V, 3 kW, 7.5 AMPS, 1500 RPM, WAVE WOUND, MAKE - GE MOTOR, CALCUTTA



2
DC SHUNT MACHINE, 220 V, 5 kW, 20 AMPS, 1500 RPM, MAKE - GE MOTOR, CALCUTTA



3
DC SHUNT GENERATOR, 220 V, 3 H. P., 10 AMPS, 1500 RPM, MAKE - GE MOTOR, CALCUTTA



4
DC SHUNT GENERATOR, 220 V, 2 H. P., 1500 RPM, MAKE - GE MOTOR, CALCUTTA



5
DC COMPOUND GENERATOR, 230 V, 3 H.P., 13 AMPS, 1500 RPM, MAKE - GE MOTOR, CALCUTTA



6
DC SERIES MOTOR, 220 V, 3 H.P., 13 AMPS, 1500 RPM, WITH OVER SPEED PROTECTION UNIT, MAKE - GE MOTOR, CALCUTTA



7
3-PHASE SQUIRREL CAGE INDUCTION MOTOR, 415 V, 1.5 H.P., 50 Hz, 3.6 AMP, 1425 RPM, MAKE - GE MOTOR, CALCUTTA



8
3-PHASE SQUIRREL CAGE INDUCTION MOTOR, 440 / 230 V, 50 Hz, 3 H.P., 5 AMP, 1440 RPM, MAKE - GE MOTOR, CALCUTTA



9
3-PHASE SLIP-RING INDUCTION MOTOR, 440 V, 50 Hz, 3 H.P., 1440 RPM, MAKE - GE MOTOR, CALCUTTA



10
SINGLE-PHASE CAPACITOR-MOTOR, 220 V, 3 H.P., 18 AMPS, 1425 RPM, MAKE - GE MOTOR, CALCUTTA



11
SINGLE-PHASE CAPACITOR-MOTOR, 220 / 240 V, 3 H.P., 18 AMPS, 1425 RPM, MAKE - GE MOTOR, CALCUTTA



12
UNIVERSAL MOTOR, 220 V, AC/DC, 2 H.P., 2800 RPM



13
SINGLE-PHASE AUTO TRANSFORMER, INPUT: 230 V AC, 50 Hz, 15 AMP, OUTPUT: 0 - 270 V, 50 Hz



14
SINGLE-PHASE LOADING RHEOSTAT, 220 V, 3 kW, 0.25 kW PER STEP, MAKE - OSWA



15
MOVING COIL AMMETER, 0 - 5- 10 AMP, PORTABLE TYPE, MAKE - MECO



16
MOVING COIL AMMETER, 7.5 - 15 - 30 AMP, PORTABLE TYPE, MAKE - MECO



17
MOVING IRON AMMETER, 0 - 1 - 3 - 5 AMP, PORTABLE TYPE, MAKE - MECO



18
MOVING IRON VOLTMETER, 0 - 75 - 150- 300 AMP, PORTABLE TYPE, MAKE - MECO



19
DC MILLI-AMMETER, 50 - 100 AMP, PORTABLE TYPE, MAKE - MECO



20
DC MILLI-AMMETER, 100 - 300 AMP, PORTABLE TYPE, MAKE - MECO



21
WATTMETER, 5 - 10 A, 125 - 250 - 500 V LPF, BOMBAY MAKE



22
ROTOR RESISTANCE STARTER FOR 3-PHASE, SLIP-RING INDUCTION MOTOR, 440 V, 3 H.P., 1440 RPM



POWER SYSTEM LAB:



Sl. No.
DESCRIPTION



1
SIMULATION OF DC DISTRIBUTION BY NETWORK ANALYZER TRAINER PANEL



2
DETERMINATION OF GENERALIZED CONSTANT A, B, C, D OF GIVEN SYSTEM TRAINER PANEL



3
TRANSFORMER OIL TESTING INSTRUMENT



4
DETERMINATION OF IMPEDANCE AND ADMITTANCE PARAMETERS OF A 2-PORT NETWORK








CICRCUIT THEORY LAB:



Sl. No.
DESCRIPTION



1
TRANSIENT RESPONSE IN R-L-C SERIES AND PARALLEL NETWORK



2
TRANSIENT RESPONSE IN R-L SERIES AND PARALLEL NETWORK



3
ACTIVE LOW PASS FILTER TRAINER



4
ACTIVE HIGH PASS FILTER TRAINER



5
ACTIVE BAND PASS FILTER TRAINER



6
BAND REJECTTION NOTCH FILTER TRAINER



7
CONSTANT K BAND PASS FILTER TRAINER



8
CONSTANT K HIGH PASS FILTER TRAINER



9
CONSTANT K LOW PASS FILTER TRAINER



10
M-DERIVED BAND PASS FILTER TRAINER



11
M-DERIVED BAND PASS FILTER TRAINER



12
M-DERIVED BAND PASS FILTER TRAINER



POWER ELECTRONICS LAB:



Sl. No.
DESCRIPTION



1
SCR CHARACTERISTICS TRAINER KIT



2
DIAC & TRIAC CHARACTERISTICS TRAINER KIT



3
DC CHOPPER TRAINER KIT



4
MOSFET CHARACTERISTIC TRAINER KIT



5
BJT CHARACTERISTICS TRAINER KIT



6
IGBT & MOSFET CHARACTERISTICS TRAINER KIT








MICROPROCESSOR LAB:



Sl. No.
DESCRIPTION



1
MICROPROCESSOR 8085 KIT 'MICRO FRIEND STAR-85 WITH POWER SYPPLY



2
MICROPROCESSOR 8085 KIT MICRO FRIEND MF DYNA-85 WITH POWER SYPPLY



3
MICROCONTROLLER 8051 TRAINER KIT WITH POWER SYPPLY





DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGG.


NAME OF LABORATORY MAJOR EQUIPMENTS


Basic electronics lab




Digital Multimeter- Metravi.
Digital Multimeter- Unity.
Analogue Multimeter.
Universal trainer, Micro.Lab II
Cathode Ray Oscilloscope.
Power supply.
Transformer-230/(12-0-12).
Transformer-230/(15-0-15).
Moving coil voltmeter.
Moving iron ammeter.



Electronics II lab


Hartley oscillator trainer Kit.
Colpitts oscillator trainer Kit.
RC-phase shift oscillator trainer Kit.
Wein bridge oscillator trainer Kit.
Sawtooth generator trainer Kit.
Class A-amplifier trainer Kit.
Class B-amplifier trainer Kit.
Class C- amplifier trainer Kit.
Cathode ray oscilloscope.
Digital Multimeter; metravi-702.
Universal trainer, Micro.Lab II
Function generator.




Switching & pulse theory lab




Jk flip flop trainer Kit..
Decade counter trainer Kit.
4-bit register trainer Kit..
R/s/d/t flip-flop trainer Kit..
Switch mode –power supply trainer Kit.
Cathode ray oscilloscope.
Digital multimeter; metravi-702.
Universal trainer, Micro.Lab II
Function generator.






Solid state device lab




Instrumentation amplifier Trainer Kit.
H-parameter Trainer Kit.
Two stage RC-coupled amplifier Trainer Kit.
Ujt trainer board
Mosfet char. Trainer board.
V-I characteristics of a SCR Trainer Kit.
Crystal oscillator trainer board
Switch Mode Power Supply trainer board.
Cathode ray oscilloscope
Digital multimeter; metravi-702.




Electronic measurement
Wheatstone bridge trainer board
Schearing’s bridge trainer board.
Maxwel’s bridge trainer board.
Experimental model of digital frequency meter
Hay’s bridge trainer kit
Anderson’s bridge trainer kit
Dual trace cathode ray oscilloscope (CRO)
3&1/2 digital multimeter - metravi 702
Function generator
Digital storage oscilloscope-60 MHz with 1:1&1:10 probe
Tachometer
Digital multimeter; metravi-702.


Linear integrated circuit lab


Constant k high pass filter trainer board
Constant k low pass filter trainer board.
M derived low pass filter trainer board.
M derived band pass filter trainer board.
Universal trainer micro-lab II.
Dual trace cathode ray oscilloscope (CRO)
3&1/2 digital multimeter - metravi 702








Digital circuit theory lab
Bcd Decoder trainer board
Dac Trainer board
Adc Trainer board
Jk flip flop Trainer Kit..
Decade Counter Trainer Kit..
4-Bit Register Trainer Kit..
R/s/d/t flip-flop Trainer Kit.
Switch Mode –Power Supply Trainer Kit..
Cathode Ray Oscilloscope.
Digital Multimeter Metravi-702.
Function generator.
Universal Trainer Micro-lab II.



MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT

NAME OF LABORATORY : :ENGINEERING MECHANICS LAB .


SL. NO
MAJOR EQUIPMENTS

1
BAND FRICTION APPARATUS

2
SIMPLE MACHINE (WORM &WORM WHEEL)

3
LIMITING FRICTION APPARATUS

4
FORCE POLYGON APPARATUS

5
MOMENT OF INERTIA OF ROTATING MASS (FLY WHEEL )

6
NEWTON SECOND LAW OF MOTION BY “ FLETCHER TROLLEY “

7
DIFFERENTIAL WHEEL & AXLE APPARATUS

8
SPRING STIFFNESS APPARATUS

9
SIMPLE SUPPORTED BEAM WITH WEIGHT

10
SIMPLE SUPPORTED BEAM WITHOUT WEIGHT

11
TOSION TEST MACHINE VERTICAL

12
TORSIN TEST MACHINE HORIZONTAL



NAME OF LABORATORY : STRENGTH OF MATERIAL LAB


S.NO
MAJOR EQUIPMENTS

1
UNIVERSAL TESTING MACHINE ( 60TON) MODEL FUN 600

2
TORSION TESTING MACHINE (MODEL FTT100 NM)

3
IMPACT TESTING MACHINE (MODEL FIT 300N)

4
COMPRESSION TESTING MACHINE

5
ROCKWELL HARDNESS TESTING MACHINE (MODEL ORS)

6
VICKERS HARDNESS TESTING MACHINE (BV 120(S) )

7
BRINELL HARDNESS TESTING MACHINE (MODEL TKB 3000N)

8
FATIGUE TESTING MACHINE



NAME OF LABORATORY : FLUID MECHANICS LAB .


S.NO
MAJOR EQUIPMENTS

1
METACENTRIC HEIGHT APPARATUS

2
BERNOULLIS THEOREM VERIFICATION APPARATUS

3
VENTURIMETER (HORIZONTAL )

4
APPARATUS FOR DETERMINATION OF LOSSES IN PIPE

5
PIPE FRICTION SET

6
REYNOLDS LAW APPARATUS

7
STOCK S LAW APPARATUS

8
PRESSURE GUAGE

9
VISCOSITY CAPILLARY TUBE APPARATUS

10
VACCUM GUAGE



NAME OF LABORATORY : FLUID MACHINERY LAB


S.NO
MAJOR EQUIPMENT S

1
PELTON WHEEL TURBINE PUMP TEST RIG

2
IMPACT OF JET



NAME OF LABORATORY : APPLIED THERMODYNAMICS LAB


S.NO
MAJOR EQUIPMENTS

1
MODEL OF COCHRAN BOILER

2
MODEL OF BABCOCK BOILER

3
MODEL OF LANCASHIRE BOILER

4
MODEL OF VERTICAL WATER TUBE BOILER



NAME OF LABORATORY : HEAT & MASS TRANSFER LAB


S. NO
MAJOR EQUIPMENTS

1
STOKES LAW APPARATUS

2
REYNOLDS LAW APPARATUS

3
THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY OF METAL ROD APPARATUS

4
STEFAN BOLTZ MAN APPARATUS

5
HEAT TRANSFER THROUGH NATURAL CONVECTION APPARATUS



NAME OF LABORATORY : I.C. ENGINE LAB


S.NO
MAJOR EQUIPMENTS

1
FOUR STROKE DIESEL ENGINE TEST RIG

2
FOUR STROKE PETROL ENGINE TEST RIG

3
TWO STROKE PETROL ENGINE TEST RIG



NAME OF LABORATORY REFRIGERATION & AIR CONDITIONING LAB


S.NO
MAJOR EQUIPMENTS

1
REFRIGERATION CYCLE TEST RIG

2
AIR CONDITIONING CYCLE TEST RIG



NAME OF LABORATORY: MATERIAL SCIENCE LAB


S.NO
MAJOR EQUIPMENTS

1
DOUBLE DISC POLISHING MACHINE

2
DRY BELT GRINDER

3
SPECIMEN LEVELER

4
HYDRAULIC MOUNTING PRESS

5
METALLURGICAL MICROSCOPE (MODEL – RMM 7B)

5.1
GRAIN SIZE EYE PIECE FOR MICROSCOPE

6
HORIZONTAL MUFFLE FURNACE (4² ´ 4²´ 9²)

7
CUT OF WHEEL MACHINE

8
HOT AND COLD AIR BLOWER

9
HOT PLATE (12²´10²)

10
STROHLEIN APPARATUS

11
CHEMICAL BALANCE (CAPACITY—200gm)



NAME OF LABORATORY : KINETICS OF MACHINES LAB


S.NO
MAJOR EQUIPMENT

1
VIBRATION LAB EQUIPMENT

2
CAM ANALYSIS APPARATUS

3
WHIRLING OF SHAFT APPARATUS

4
STATIC & DYNAMIC BALANCING APPARATUS

5
MOTORIZED GYROSCOPE

6
JOURNAL BEARING APPARATUS

7
UNIVERSAL GOVERNOR APPARATUS

8
FOUR BAR MECHANISM (MODEL)

9
DOUBLE SLIDER CRANK MECHANISM (MODEL)

10
STEERING GEAR MECHANISM



NAME OF LABORATORY : MECHANICAL MEASUREMENT & METROLOGY LAB


SL. No.
MAJOR EQUIPMENTS

1
VERNIER CALIPER , SIZE 8² ( D- 200 mm )

2
MICRO METER ( 0-50 mm )

3
VERNIER HEIGHT GAUGE ( 0-300mm )

4
DIAL INDICATOR ( STND. )

5
SLIP GAUGE SET ( SET OF 46 PIECES )

6
FEELER GAUGE SET ( 31 /2 ² ) LENGTH

7
MAIN PLUG GAUGE ( GO – NOGO ) , 1-25 mm IN STEPS OF 1 mm TO 1_+ 17 GRADES

8
SPIRIT LEVEL

9
SINE BAR , SIZE 200mm

10
MECHANICAL COMPARATOR , RANGE 0- 120 mm

11
THERMO COUPLE CALIBRATION TEST RIG

12
PYROMETER (i) RADIATION PYROMETER

(ii) OPTICAL PYROMETER

13
PRESSURE MEASUREMENT DEVICE ( 0-10 )KG / CM2

14
TORQUE MEASUREMENT DEVICE WITH TRANSDUCER , 1KG M

15
DISPLACEMENT MEASUREMENT WITH LVDT



WORKSHOP


S.NO
MAJOR EQUIPMENT
QUANTITY

1
LATHE MACHINE (6¢ CENTER )
04

2
LATHE MACHINE (5¢CENTER )
01

3
LATHE MACHINE (4.5¢ CENTER )
01

4
SHAPER MACHINE (26²STROKE ,2H.P.MOTOR
01

5
MILLER MACHINE (HORIZONTAL ) WITH VERTICAL ATTACHMENT


01

6
RADIAL DRILLING MACHINE 1.5”SIZE
01

7
VERTICAL DRILLING MACHINE 0.75” SIZE
02

8
SAWING MACHINE ( HAND OPERATED )
01

9
SAWING MACHINE POWER OPERATED
01

10
GRINDING MACHINE (BENCH GRINDER )0.5
02

11
AIR BLOWER
01



List of Experimental Setup

Applied Physics


1. To find out the wavelength of sodium yellow light forming Newton’s ring.

2. Find out dispersive power of prism.

3. To calibrate a milliammeter using a tangent galvanometer.

4. Findout equivalent focal length of co-axial lens system.

5. To determine the co-efficient of viscosity of water by capillary flow method.

6. To find the thermal conductivity of a bad conductor by Lees and Charlton’s apparatus.

7. Standarisation of potentiometer.

8. Determination of resistance per unit length of carey- foster’s bridge wire and hence

determination of resistance of an unknown resistor.

9. Determination of frequency of a tuning fork by Melde’s method.

10. Determination of Plank’s constant using photocells.

11.To determine the wavelength of light by Fresnel’s biprism.


Applied Chemistry


1. Acid-Base Titration(Estimation of commercial caustic soda)

2. Redox Titration(Estimation of iron using permanganomentry).

3. Complexometric Titration(Estimation of hardness using EDTA titration).

4. Preparation and analysis of metal complex(Copper ammonia complex).

5. Heterogeneous equilibrium(Determination of partition coefficient of acetic acid between n-butanol and water).

6. Viscosity of solutions (Determination of percentage composition of sugar solution from viscosity)

7. Chemical Kinetics (Determination of relative rates of reaction of iodide with H2O2 at room temperature (clock reaction)

8. Photochemical Oxidation reduction (study of photochemical reduction of ferric salts).

9. Synthesis of aspirin.

10. Synthesis of p-nitro aniline from acetanilide.

11. Detection of functional groups in organic compounds.

12. Utilization of paper/thin layer/column chromatographic techniques in the separation of organic compounds.

13. Radical polymerization of vinyl monomers such as styrene, acrylonitrile etc.

14. Conductometric titration (determination of the strength of a given HCl solution by titration against a standard NaOH solution).


Computer Science & Engineering


SL. NO.
TITLE
PARTICULARS

1
MS-DOS
To Execute 10 Commands & observe the output

2
MS-WORD
To Build a Resume

3
POWERPOINT
To Prepare a presentation on R.V.S.C.E.T

4
EXCEL
To prepare Mark Sheet for Different Department

5
PRGRAMMING IN BASIC
i) To ADD TWO numbers

ii) To Write a Program which identifies whether a no is EVEN or ODD

iii) To find the ROOTS of Quadratic Equation

iv) To find the AVG. of SEVEN given numbers

v) To Find the FACTORIAL of the given numbers

vi) To find the PRODUCT of N EVEN INTEGERS

vii) To Write a Program which identifies whether a no is PRIME or NOT

viii) To identify the LOWEST of the Three Given numbers

6
PROGRAMMING IN FORTRAN
i) To ADD TWO numbers

ii) To Write a Program which identifies whether a no is EVEN or ODD

iii) To find the ROOTS of Quadratic Equation

iv) To find the AVG. of SEVEN given numbers

v) To Find the FACTORIAL of the given numbers

vi) To find the PRODUCT of N EVEN INTEGERS

vii) To Write a Program which identifies whether a no is PRIME or NOT

viii) To identify the LOWEST of the Three Given numbers

7
PROGRAMMING IN

PASCAL
i) To ADD TWO numbers

ii) To Write a Program which identifies whether a no is EVEN or ODD

iii) To find the ROOTS of Quadratic Equation

iv) To find the AVG. of SEVEN given numbers

v) To Find the FACTORIAL of the given numbers

vi) To find the PRODUCT of N EVEN INTEGERS

vii) To Write a Program which identifies whether a no is PRIME or NOT

viii) To identify the LOWEST of the Three Given numbers

8
PRGRAMMING IN COBOL
i) To ADD TWO numbers

ii) To Write a Program which identifies whether a no is EVEN or ODD

iii) To find the ROOTS of Quadratic Equation

iv) To find the AVG. of SEVEN given numbers

v) To Find the FACTORIAL of the given numbers

vi) To find the PRODUCT of N EVEN INTEGERS

vii) To Write a Program which identifies whether a no is PRIME or NOT

viii) To identify the LOWEST of the Three Given numbers



Electronics & Communication Engineering


Study of V-A Characteristics of P-N Junction Diode.
Study of V-A Characteristics of a Zener Diode.
Study of C. R. O. (Cathode Ray Oscilloscope) and observation of input and output waves of (i) H-W Rectifier, (ii) Mid-point Full-wave rectifier, and (iii) Bridge Rectifier.
Study of Characteristics Curves of Bipolar Junction Transistor for:
a) Common Base configuration,

b) Common Emitter configuration,

c) Common Collector configuration.

Study of Characteristics of JFET (Junction type Field Effect Transistor).
Study of MOSFET (Metal Oxide Semiconductor FET).
Verification of properties of Operational Amplifier,
Study of working of Data Acquisition System.
Verification of Logic Gates,
Verification and realization of different Flip-Flops (SR, JK and D),
Study of 4-Bit Register,
Study of B. C. D. Counter,
Study of Bi-stable Multi-vibrator (using 555 Timer or TTL).
Study of Astable Multivibrator.
Study of HighPass and Low Pass Single Order Filter
Study of Thermocouple Instruments like VTVM - TVM.
Study of Power Measuring Techniques Bolometer & Calorimeter Method.
Study of A C Wheatstone bridge.
Measurement of Low Value Capacitances.
Measurement of Incremental Inductances.
Study of Digital Frequency Meter.
Phase measurement using C. R. O.
Square Wave Testing of amplifiers.
Study of Transfer Characteristics of Op-amp.
Fabrication of Voltage to Current / Current to Voltage Converter using Op-amp.
Fabrication of Non-linear system Comparator, Zero Crossing Detector using Op-amp.
Study of Band Pass & Band Reject Filter.
Study of R-C Phase Shift Oscillator.
To generate Square Wave, Pulse, Triangular Wave using C. R. O.
Study of Switching Regulator.
Study of Binary Ladder D/A Converters.
Study of Switched Mode Power Supply (S. M. P. S.).
Study of Feedback Amplifier Characteristics Effect of Negative Feedback on Gain.
Study of R-C Phase Shift Oscillator.
Study of Wein Bridge Oscillator.
Study of Crystal Oscillator.
Study of Push Pull Configuration of Power Amplifier.
Rectifying and Breakdown Characteristics of P-N Junction and Point Contact diodes.
Input and Output characteristics of Bipolar Transistor in (a) Common base, and (b) Common Emitter configurations.
Drain Current (ID) Drain to Source Voltage (VDS) Characteristics of Junction Field Effect Transistor (JFET).
Study of SCR Characteristics.
Measurement of h-parameters of Bipolar Junction Transistor.
Study of basic properties of Operational Amplifier.
Measurement of Energy Band Gap and Resistivity of semiconductor sample.
Measurement of Carrier Concentration in a semiconductor by Hall measurements.
Measurement of Junction Capacitance and Ideality Factor of semiconductor diode.
Study of effect of Temperature on Leakage current and Breakdown voltage of P-N Junction.
Study of UJT and Relaxation Oscillator.
Study of Frequency Response of R-C Coupled Amplifier.
Measurement of Power in a three-phase circuit by two-wattmeter method for Balanced & Unbalanced Load and


(i) Power Factor Calculation,

(ii) Reactive Power Calculation.

Polarity Test of Transformer.
Transient Response of R-L, R-C and R-L-C Series & Parallel Circuits for
a) Step Input,

b) Sinusoidal method using Laplace Transform Method.

Synthesis of R-L, R-C and Driving Point Impedance pull using Foster and Cauer Forms.
Electrical & Electronics Engineering

1. To obtain the V-I characteristic of fluorescent lamp.

2. To obtain V-I characteristic of Incandescent lamp.

3. Measurement of current, voltage and power in RLC series circuit excited by single phase A. C. supply.

4. Measurement of electrical energy (KWh) by single phase energymeter.

5. Measurement power in an A. C. circuit using C.T. (Current Transformer) and P.T. (potential transformer).

6. Open circuit and short circuit tests on a single phase transformer and to calculate the efficiency of transformer.

7. To measure the amature and field resistance of a DC machine.

8. Determination of open circuit characteristics (OCC) of a DC machine.

9. Starting and speed control of a DC shunt motor.

10. Two-wattmeter method of measuring power in three-phase circuit (resistive load )

11. Verification of circuit theorems, Thevenin’s and Superposition theorems (with D. C. sources only) .

12. Connection and starting of a three-phase induction motor using direct online (DOL) or star- delta starter.

Mechanical Engineering

Exp. No.
Name of Experiment

1
Band Friction

2
Simple Machine (Worm & Worm Wheel)

3
Limiting Friction

4
Equilibrium of Forces (Force Polygon)

5
Moment of Inertia of a Rotating mass (Flywheel)

6
Newton’s Law of Motion (by Fletcher Trolley)

7
Differential Wheel and Axle




Computing Facilities:

Ø Number and Configuration of Systems 3.06 GHz, INTEL M. Board, 128 DDR RAM, P IV

Ø Total number of systems connected by LAN 150

Ø Total number of systems connected to WAN - NIL

Ø Internet bandwidth 2 mbps Sify Broad Band

Ø Major software packages available FORTRAN, PASCAL, COBOL, WIN XP

Ø Special purpose facilities available Internet Cafe



Workshop:

Ø List of facilities available.

Games and Sports Facilities – 3 Indoor Stadium & 1 Outdoor Stadium

Extra Curriculum Activities – Sports Week – FROLIC 2007 completed successfully.

Soft Skill Development Facilities – Communication & Personality Lab available.

Number of Classrooms and size of each – 16 of 66 Sqm. each

Number of Tutorial rooms and size of each – 10 of 37 Sqm. each

Number of laboratories and size of each – 17 of 150 Sqm. each

Number of drawing halls and size of each – 3 of 170 Sqm. each

Number of Computer Centres with capacity of each – 4 of 150 Sqm. each

Central Examination Facility, Number of rooms and capacity of each – 4 of 60 Capacity each.





TEACHING LEARNING PROCESS

Ø Curricula and syllabi for each of the programmes as approved by the University. Academic Calendar of the University

Ø Academic Time Table

Ø Teaching Load of each Faculty

Ø Internal Continuous Evaluation System and place

Ø Students assessment of Faculty, System in place.



In accordance to the Curriculum & Norms of All India Council for Technical Education.



For each Post Graduate programme give the following:

i. Title of the programme

ii. Curricula and Syllabi

iii. Faculty Profile



SI
Name
Designation
Subject Teaching
1.
YOGENDRA KUMAR
LECTURER
Course to be started from 2008 - 2009 Session.

2.
KAMLESHWAR KUMAR PANDEY

3.
SRABONI MANDAL




Ø Brief profile of each faculty.

· Laboratory facilities exclusive to the PG programme




MASTER OF COMPUTER APPLICATION (MCA)
LIST OF EQUIPMENTS



Sl.No.
Name of Equipments
Equipment Description
Name of Manufacturer
Quantity

1
CPU
Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU

3.06 GHz, 128 Mb RAM, 40GB HDD.
Zenith
60

2
CD ROM
52 X max
Zenith
08

3
CD WRITER
RW 52.32.52
Zenith
02

4
Monitor
CRT 15”
Zenith
60

5
Keyboard
Keyboard
Zenith
60

6
Mouse
Mouse
Zenith
60

7
Switch
16 Port
Quantum
02

8
Catalyst Switch
24 Port
CISCO
02

9
Forty Gate
Firewall
Forty Gate
02

10
AC
2 TON
Blue Star
04


Special Purpose
· Software, all design tools in case

· Academic Calendar and frame work

· Research focus

List of typical research projects.

· Industry Linkage

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

· Placement status

· Admission procedure

· Fee Structure

· Hostel Facilities

· Contact address of co-ordinator of the PG programme

Name:

Address:

Telephone:

E-mail:

IN ACCORDANCE TO ALL INDIA COUNCIL FOR TECHNICAL EDUCATION, NEW DELHI



Note: Suppression and/or misrepresentation of information would attract appropriate penal action.


May 18, 2008






:: MANDATORY DISCLOSURE ::------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
NAME OF THE INSTITUTION

Address including telephone, Fax, e-mail.
Name R.V. S. College of Engineering & Technology
Address EDALBERA, BHILAI PAHARI, NH 33, JAMSHEDPUR:831012, JHARKHAND
Pin Code 831012 STD CODE 0657

Phone 0657 - 6543656/6543657/6573009
Fax No. 0657 – 2435439

E-Mail info@rvscet.com website www.rvscet.com



NAME & ADDRESS OF THE PRINCIPAL

Address including telephone, Fax, e-mail.
Name Prof. (Dr.) Janak Prasad Singh
Address H - 33, Singh Niwas RIT Co-operative Housing Colony Jamshedpur : 831 013
STD Code 0657 Phone No. 6543657(O)2373113(R)

STD Code 0657
Fax No. 0657 – 2435439

E-Mail info@rvscet.com Mobile No. 094313 - 01902



NAME OF THE AFFILIATING UNIVERSITY


Name Ranchi University
Address Ranchi :834 001
STD Code 0651 Period of Affiliation 2004-05, 2005-06, 2006-07,

Fax No. 2301077
2007-08 (under process)

E mail / Website None 2205177



GOVERNANCE


Members of the Board and their brief background
01. Mr. R. S. Singh, Board of Governor’s Member
02. Mr. Shatrughana Singh, Board of Governor’s Member
03. Mr. Rajesh Kumar Tiwari, Head of Deptt.of Computer Science & Engineering
04. Mr. Vikram Sharma, Head of Deptt. of Science & Humanities
05. Mr. Vijay Singh, Head of Deptt. of Electronics & Communication Engineering


Members of Academic Advisory Body
01. Mr. Rameshwar Prasad Singh, H. O. D., Mechanical Engineering
02. Mr. Rajesh Kumar Tiwari, H. O. D., Computer Science & Engineering
03. Mr. Vijay Singh, H. O. D., Electrical & Electronics Engineering
04. Mrs. Pushpalata, H. O. D., Electronics & Communication Engineering
05. 05. Mr. Vikram Sharma, H. O. D., Science & Humanities


Frequency of the Board Meetings and Academic Advisory Body
Frequency of Board of Governance Meeting : 4 times in a Year (3 Months Interval)
Frequency of Academic Advisory Body Meeting : Monthly (Once in a Month)

Organizational chart and processes



Nature and Extent of involvement of faculty and students in academic affairs/improvements
The entire Students have been distributed among Faculty Member. Faculty Members are responsible for the Performance of Students under them.

Mechanism/Norms & Procedure for democratic/good Governance
01. Major decisions are being taken in the Meeting of Faculty Members.
02. Calling a Meeting of Head of Departments before taking any Decision regarding Academic, Administration & Future Plans.
03. Students are being Consulted by concerned Head of Departments for their Activities.
04. Academic Advisory Body Meeting is being held every Month.

Student Feedback on Institutional Governance / faculty performance
Each Student is being given White Piece of Paper to write/to give the Rating of each Faculty Members without writing his Name & Roll No. on the Sheet.

Grievance redressal mechanism for faculty, staff and students
Redressals of Grievances of Students & Faculty & Staff are taken up by calling the Meeting of Advisory Body & Head of Departments. If required, Redressal of Grievance of Faculty & Staff may be done after seeking the Advice of the Chairman / Board of Governors.

PROGRAMMES


Name of the Programmes approved by the AICTE
01. Computer Science & Engineering (CSE)
02. Electronics & Communication Engineering (ECE)
03. Electrical & Electronics Engineering (EEE)
04. Mechanical Engineering (ME)

Name of the Programmes accredited by the AICTE
We are not eligible to Apply for Accreditation as per AICTE Norms as we have No Pass-Out Batch.

For each Programme the following details are to be given:
Name of Course Approved Number of seats Duration
Computer Science & Engineering (CSE) 60 4 years
Electronics & Communication Engineering (ECE) 60 4 years
Electrical & Electronics Engineering (EEE) 60 4 years
Mechanical Engineering (ME) 60 4 years


Cut off mark/rank for admission during the last three years
Candidates are Admitted through Counselling Procedure of Jharkhand Combined Entrance Competitive Examination Board, Ranchi, i.e. Jharkhand Combined Entrance Competitive Examination Board, Ranchi.

Fee
As per Decision of Department of Science & Technology, Government of Jharkhand.

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:

FACULTY


Branch wise list faculty members:

Name of the Faculty Members of R. V. S. College of Engineering & Technology, Jamshedpur DEPARTMENT WISE :

Permanent Faculty *View the profile of every faculty, please Click on faculty name.
Department
Sl.
Name of the Faculty
Designation

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
01.
DR. MAHENDRA PRASAD SINGH
PROFESSOR

02.
DR. BHUMENDRA KUMAR
PROFESSOR

03.
ANANT RAJ
PROFESSOR

04.
RAMESHWAR PRASAD SINGH
ASST. PROFESSOR

05.
SANATAN PRASAD
ASST. PROFESSOR

06.
PANCHANAN CHATTOPADHYAY
ASST. PROFESSOR

07.
JYOTI PRAKAS MAJUMDAR
ASST. PROFESSOR

08.
NILIMA SOREN PATTANAYAK
ASST. PROFESSOR

09.
PRASHANT LOCHAN
LECTURER

10.
MUKESH KUMAR PATHAK
LECTURER

11.
GYAN SHANKER SHARMA
LECTURER

12.
GOPAL JHA
LECTURER

13.
BANGSHIDHAR GOSWAMI
LECTURER

14.
VIJAY KUMAR CHOUDHURI
LECTURER

15.
SHAILENDRA KUMAR PRASAD
LECTURER

16.
MANVENDRA TIWARI
LECTURER

17.
ARUN DAYAL UDAI
LECTURER

ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING
01.
DR. JANAK PRASAD SINGH
PROFESSOR

02.
AMAR NATH BANERJEE
PROFESSOR

03.
PURUSHOTTAM NARAYAN MISHRA
PROFESSOR

04.
PUSHPALATA
ASST. PROFESSOR

05.
ANANT KUMAR CHATTERJEE
ASST. PROFESSOR

06.
PRAMOD KUMAR
ASST. PROFESSOR

07.
KUMAR DHIRAJ
ASST. PROFESSOR

08.
RAKESH KUMAR 1
LECTURER

09.
PRAKASH KUMAR
LECTURER

10.
GHAZALA NISHAT
LECTURER

11.
ANUSHREE SHRIVASTAVA
LECTURER

12.
SANJEEV KUMAR
LECTURER

13.
SUSHANTA MAHANTY
LECTURER

14.
AMOL KUMAR
LECTURER

15.
SOMNATH GHOSH
LECTURER

16.
RAKESH KUMAR 2
LECTURER

17.
RICHA MISHRA
LECTURER

COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING
01.
RAJESH KUMAR TIWARI
ASST. PROFESSOR

02.
YOGENDRA KUMAR
LECTURER

03.
ABHRA PAUL
LECTURER

04.
TAPAN KUMAR DEY
LECTURER

05.
SOUMENDU CHAKRABORTY
LECTURER

06.
BIRESH KUMAR
LECTURER

07.
SABINA PRIYADARSHINI
LECTURER

08.
PRABHASH KUMAR CHHABRA
LECTURER

09.
SUBRATA SAHANA
LECTURER

10.
ABIRA GHOSH
LECTURER

11.
ABHISHEK RAJ SINGH
LECTURER

12.
KAMLESHWAR KUMAR PANDEY
LECTURER

13.
SUNIL KUMAR SINGH
LECTURER

14.
RAJEEV RANJAN DAS
LECTURER

15.
SRABONI MANDAL
LECTURER

16.
GHASI RAM SARDAR
LECTURER

ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING
01.
PARAS NATH
PROFESSOR

02.
VIJAY SINGH
ASST. PROFESSOR

03.
REKHA CHAUDHARY
ASST. PROFESSOR

04.
PREETA JOHN
SR. LECTURER

05.
AJIT KUMAR
LECTURER

06.
RASMIMAYEE RAUTA
LECTURER

07.
SUKUMAR GHOSH
LECTURER

08.
SEEMA
LECTURER

09.
SUBHASH CHANDRA PANDEY
LECTURER

10.
MD. FIROZ ALAM KHAN
LECTURER

11.
KUNTAL BHATTACHARJEE
LECTURER

12.
ANIL KUMAR SINHA
LECTURER

13.
SHOUVIK KUMAR SAMANTA
LECTURER

SCIENCE & HUMANITIES MATHEMATICS
01.
DR. SAVITA MISHRA
ASST. PROFESSOR

02.
SURYA BAHADUR
LECTURER

03.
REKHA TIWARY
LECTURER

04.
INDEEWAR KUMAR
LECTURER

05.
SUMITA PALIT
LECTURER

06.
MITALI ROY CHOUDHARY
LECTURER

07.
ARNAB BANDYOPADHYAY
LECTURER

SCIENCE & HUMANITIES PHYSICS
08.
BANI KANTA NATH
ASST. PROFESSOR

09.
RAJENDRA KUMAR JAYASWAL
LECTURER

10.
KUMARI MAMTA
LECTURER

SCIENCE & HUMANITIES CHEMISTRY
11.
KALPANA MAHATO
ASST. PROFESSOR

12.
VIKRAM SHARMA
LECTURER

13.
SUBRATA MAHATO
LECTURER

14.
RESHMI DEY
LECTURER

SCIENCE & HUMANITIES ENGLISH
15.
SANJEEV SRIVASTAVA
ASST. PROFESSOR

16.
SUMAN ROY
LECTURER

17.
SHILPI ALPANA BARLA
LECTURER

18.
ARUN KUMAR SINGH
LECTURER


Number of faculty employed and left during the last three years :
Three

PROFILE OF DIRECTOR/PRINCIPAL WITH QUALIFICATIONS, TOTAL EXPERIENCE, AGE AND DURATION OF EMPLOYMENT AT THE INSTITUTE CONCERNED

01. Name : Dr. Janak Prasad Singh
02. Father's Name : Late Yogendra Prasad Singh
03. Address : H - 33, Singh Niwas, R. I. T. Co-operative Housing Colony Adityapur - 2, Jamshedpur : 831 013
04. Phone : 094313 - 01902, 0657 - 2373113
05. Nationality : Indian
06. Date of Birth : 21/09/1944

07. Educational Qualification :

Examination Year of Passing Name of Board/University Division
HIGHER SECONDARY 1962 BSEB PATNA 1ST
B. SC. ENGG. 1967 RANCHI UNIVERSITY RANCHI 1ST
M. TECH. 1978 I. I. T. KHARAGPUR GRADE A
PH. D. - STRUCTURAL ENGG. 1990 I. I. T. KHARAGPUR -

Experience :

Designation Period Institution
ASST. LECTURER 03/01/1968 - 02/02/1972 R. I. T. JAMSHEDPUR
LECTURER 02/02/1972 - 03/01/1984 R. I. T. JAMSHEDPUR
ASST. PROFESSOR 03/01/1984 - 01/02/1985 R. I. T. JAMSHEDPUR
PROFESSOR 01/02/1985 - 30/09/2006 R. I. T. JAMSHEDPUR
CENTRE SUPERINTENDENT - POST GRADUATE EXAMINATION 1995 - 1996 R. I. T. JAMSHEDPUR
HEAD OF DEPARTMENT - APPLIED MECHANICS 1997 - 2000 R. I. T. JAMSHEDPUR
ACTING PRINCIPAL 2001 - 2002 R. I. T. JAMSHEDPUR
CHAIRMAN - NON-FORMAL EDUCATION 2001 - 2002 R. I. T. JAMSHEDPUR


FEE


Details of fee, as approved by State fee Committee, for the Institution.
Serial no. Particulars Fixed by the State Fee Committee
01. Tuition Fee 33,800/-
02. Development Fee 5,000/- (One Time)


Time schedule for payment of fee for the entire programme
Not yet decided

No. of Fee waivers granted with amount and name of students
No such Student whose Fee has been Waived, till date

Number of scholarship offered by the institute, duration and amount
Nil

Criteria for fee waivers/scholarship
N. A.

Estimated cost of Boarding and Lodging in Hostels
Rs.30,000/- (Rupees Thirty Thousand) per Annum

ADMISSION


Number of seats sanctioned with the year of approval
No. of seats Sanctioned by AICTE
Course 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08
Computer Science & Engineering (CSE) 60 60 60 60
Electronics & Communication Engineering (ECE) 60 60 60 60
Electrical & Electronics Engineering (EEE) 60 60 60 60
Mechanical Engineering (ME) 60 60 60 60


Number of students admitted under various categories each year in the last Four years
No. of Students Submitted
Course 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08
Computer Science & Engineering (CSE) 50+18=68 42+13=55 47 57
Electronics & Communication Engineering (ECE) 56+58=114 63+24=87 57 60
Electrical & Electronics Engineering (EEE) 52+40=92 37+18=55 34 57
Mechanical Engineering (ME) 62+00=62 50+00=50 50 60


2004-2005: 116 Students were transferred from Alice Institute of Technology, Ranchi, to R. V. S. College of Engineering & Technology, Jamshedpur, vide Order, No. 1155 Dtd. 10/07/2007, of Deptt. of Science & Technology, Govt. of Jharkhand, Ranchi.

2005-2006: 55 Students were transferred from Alice Institute of Technology, Ranchi, to R. V. S. College of Engineering & Technology, Jamshedpur, vide Order, No. 173 Dtd. 24/01/2007, of Deptt. of Science & Technology, Govt. of Jharkhand, Ranchi.

2004-2005 & 2005-2006: Increase in the Intake Capacity by 10% for Students to be Admitted under Diploma to Degree Entry Scheme in the 2nd Year of B. Tech., in accordance to Jharkhand Combined Entrance Competitive Examination Board, Ranchi.

Number of applications received during last two years for admission under Management Quota and number admitted. Not Applicable

ADMISSION PROCEDURE


Mention the admission test being followed, name and address of the Test Agency and its URL (website)
Jharkhand Combined Entrance Competitive Examination, AIEEE & Common Entrance Test

Number of seats allotted to different Test Qualified candidates separately [AIEEE/CET (State conducted test/University tests)/Association conducted test]
In accordance to Jharkhand Combined Entrance Competitive Examination Board, Ranchi

*Calendar for admission against management/vacant seats: NA 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)
*Last date for closing of admission.
*Starting of the Academic session.
*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 notified

CRITERIA AND WEIGHTAGES FOR ADMISSION


* Describe each criteria with its respective weightages i.e. Admission Test, marks in qualifying examination etc.
* Mention the minimum level of acceptance, if any.
* Mention the cut-off levels of percentage & percentile scores of the candidates in the admission test for the last three years.
* Display marks scored in Test etc. and in aggregate for all candidates who were admitted


ADMISSION FORM





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.


RESULTS OF ADMISSION UNDER MANAGEMENT SEATS/VACANT SEATS


* 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)

* Score of the individual candidates admitted arranged in order of merit.

* List of candidates who have been offered admission.

* Waiting list of the candidates in order of merit to be operative from the last date of joining of the first list candidates.

* List of the candidates who joined within the date, vacancy position in each category before operation of waiting list.



INFORMATION ON INFRASTRUCTURE AND OTHER RESOURCES AVAILABLE


Library:

*Number of Library books/Titles/Journals available (programme-wise)

*List of online National/International Journals subscribed.


Branch
No. of Titles
No. of Volumes
Journals

National
International

CSE
180
1191
20
3

ECE
200
1427
9
5

EEE
170
1359
12
2

M E
396
3047
13
9

SC. & HUMANITIES
279
2289
8
2

Material Science & Technology (MST)
40
280
2
1

Master of Computer Application (MCA)
60
375
2
2


*E-Library facilities – Yes


Laboratory:

For each Laboratory

*List of Major Equipment/Facilities

MAJOR EQUIPMENTS – BRANCH WISE & LABORATORY WISE : R. V. S. COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY, JAMSHEDPUR


Name of Laboratory
Major Equipments

Chemistry
(i) Distillation Plant

(ii) Digital pH meter

(iii) Oven

(iv) Digital Balance

(v) Physical Balance

(vi) Pensky- Martins closed cup flash point apparatus

(vii) Cleveland open cup flash and fire point apparatus

(viii) Or sat gas analyzer

(ix) Water Bath

(x) Hot Plate

(xi) Ostwald Viscometer

(xii) Redwood Viscometer

(xiii)Stalagmometer (Surface Tension

(xiv) Hirsh Funnel (Filtering apparatus)

(xv) Conductivity Meter

Physics
(i) Tangent Galvanometer

(ii) Ballistic Galvanometer

(iii)Hibbert’s Magnetic Standard

(iv) Melde’s Set

(v)Potentiometer

(vi) Carey-Foster Bridge

(vii) Spectrometer

(viii)Viscometer

(ix) Callender Griffith Bridge

(x) Newton’s Ring Apparatus

(xi)Optical bench for Fresnels’ biprism related to interference

(xii)Searl’s Apparatus

(xiii)Lee Charlton’s Apparatus

(xiv)Sodium Vapour Lamp

(xv)Digital Multimeter

(xvi)Travelling Microscope

(xvii)Induction Coil

(xviii) Thomson’s apparatus to measure e/m ratio.

(xix) Physical balance

(xx) Thermocouple sets.



COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING

LIST OF EQUIPMENTS


DATABASE LAB


Sl.No.
Name of Equipments
Equipment Description
Name of Manufacturer
Quantity

1
CPU
Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU

3.06 GHz, 128 Mb RAM, 40GB HDD.
Zenith
60

2
CD ROM
52 X max
Zenith
01

3
Monitor
CRT 15”
Zenith
60

4
Keyboard
Keyboard
Zenith
60

5
Mouse
Mouse
Zenith
60

6
UPS
15 KVA
NUMERIC
01

7
AC
2 TON
Blue Star
04



COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING

LIST OF EQUIPMENTS


NETWORK LAB


Sl.No.
Name of Equipments
Equipment Description
Name of Manufacturer
Quantity

1
CPU
Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 3.06GHz, 256 Mb RAM, 80GB HDD.
Zenith
60

2
Monitor
CRT 15”
Zenith
60

3
Keyboard
Keyboard
Zenith
60

4
Mouse
Mouse
Zenith
60



COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING

LIST OF EQUIPMENTS


ORGANIZATION LAB


Sl.No.
Name of Equipments
Equipment Description
Name of Manufacturer
Quantity

1
CPU
Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 3.06GHz, 128 Mb RAM, 40GB HDD.
Zenith
60

2
CD ROM
52 X max
Zenith
10

3
Monitor
CRT 15”
Zenith
60

4
Keyboard
Keyboard
Zenith
60

5
Mouse
Mouse
Zenith
60

6
UPS
20 KVA
HITA
01

7
AC
2 TON
Blue Star
03



COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING

LIST OF EQUIPMENTS


COMPUTER PROGRAMMING LAB


Sl.No.
Name of Equipments
Equipment Description
Name of Manufacturer
Quantity

1
CPU
Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 3.06GHz, 128 Mb RAM, 40GB HDD.
Zenith
60

2
CD ROM
52 X max
Zenith
04

3
CD WRITER
RW 52.32.52
Zenith
01

4
Monitor
CRT 15”
Zenith
60

5
Keyboard
Keyboard
Zenith
60

6
Mouse
Mouse
Zenith
59

7
Switch
16 port
Quantum
03

8
CD
WINDOWS XP O/S
MICROSOFT
01

9
Floppy
PASCAL
ANSI
01

10
CD
FOTRAN
Intel
01

11
Floppy
COBOL
ANSI
01

12
CRIMPER
RJ-45 Crimping Tool
D-link
01

13
Connector
RJ-45
D-link
38

14
UPS
16 KVA
HITA
01

15
Tools
Screw driver set
Taparia
01

16
AC

Blue Star
05



MASTER OF COMPUTER APPLICATION (M.C.A)

LIST OF EQUIPMENTS


LAB-I


Sl.No.
Name of Equipments
Equipment Description
Name of Manufacturer
Quantity

1
CPU
Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 3.06GHz, 128 Mb RAM, 40GB HDD.
Zenith
30

2
CD ROM
52 X max
Zenith
04

3
CD WRITER
RW 52.32.52
Zenith
01

4
Monitor
CRT 15”
Zenith
30

5
Keyboard
Keyboard
Zenith
30

6
Mouse
Mouse
Zenith
30

7
Switch
16 port
Quantum
01

8
Catalyst Switch
24 Port
CISCO
01

9
Forty Gate
Firewall
Forty Gate
01

10.
AC

Blue Star
02



COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING

LIST OF EQUIPMENTS


INTERNET LAB


Sl.No.
Name of Equipments
Equipment Description
Name of Manufacturer
Quantity

1
COMPUTER SYSTEM
Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 3.06GHz, 128 Mb RAM, 40GB HDD.
Zenith
16



DIGITAL LIBRARY


Sl.No.
Name of Equipments
Equipment Description
Name of Manufacturer
Quantity

1
COMPUTER SYSTEM
Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 3.06GHz, 128 Mb RAM, 40GB HDD.
Zenith
4



TRAINING & PLACEMENT, ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING, & ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT


Sl.No.
Name of Equipments
Equipment Description
Name of Manufacturer
Quantity

1
COMPUTER SYSTEM
Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 3.06GHz, 128 Mb RAM, 40GB HDD.
Zenith
3 in each Department i.e. 3 X 3 = 9 Systems



Electrical & Electronics Engineering

(1) BASIC ELECTRICAL LAB:

Sl. No.
DESCRIPTION





1
ENERGY METER (kWH METER), AC, SINGLE-PHASE, 240 V, 50 Hz, 5 - 10 AMP, 1200 RPU, MAKE - POWER, JAIPUR





2
ENERGY METER (kWH METER), AC, SINGLE-PHASE, 240 V, 50 Hz, 5 - 20 AMP, 900 RPU, MAKE - ALSTOM

9201523
1


3
STATIC kWH METER (ENERGY METER), AC, SINGLE-PHASE, 240 V, 50 Hz, 10 - 40 AMP, MAKE - BENTEC

N6465
1


4
SINGLE-PHASE TRANSFORMER, 220 / 110 - 110 V, 3 kVA, 13.6 / 27 AMP, MAKE - ELECTRIC ENTERPRISES, CALCUTTA


1


5
SINGLE PHASE AUTO TRANSFORMER, INPUT: 240 V, 50 Hz, OUTPUT: THREE-PHASE, 0 TO 270 V, 15 AMP; MAKE - PENTA


1


6
SINGLE PHASE AUTO TRANSFORMER, INPUT: 240 V, 50 Hz, OUTPUT: THREE-PHASE, 0 TO 270 V, 8 AMP; MAKE - PENTA


2


7
SINGLE PHASE AUTO TRANSFORMER, INPUT: 230 V, 50 Hz, OUTPUT: THREE-PHASE, 0 TO 270 V, 4 AMP; MAKE - PENTA


1


8
SINGLE PHASE AUTO TRANSFORMER, INPUT: 230 V, 50 Hz, OUTPUT: THREE-PHASE, 0 TO 270 V, 4 AMP; MAKE - GREEN DOT


1


9
SINGLE-PHASE LOADING RHEOSTAT, 220 V, 3 kW, 0.25 kW PER STEP, MAKE - TEST MASTER, CALCUTTA


1


10
RHEOSTAT SINGLE TUBE WITH SLIDING JOKEY, 80-OHM, 3.5 AMPS, MAKE - TEST MASTER


1


11
RHEOSTAT SINGLE TUBE WITH SLIDING JOKEY, 85-OHM, 2.3 AMPS, MAKE - TEST MASTER


2


12
RHEOSTAT SINGLE TUBE WITH SLIDING JOKEY, 185-OHM, 1.5 AMPS, MAKE - TEST MASTER


2


13
RHEOSTAT SINGLE TUBE WITH SLIDING JOKEY, 270-OHM, 2 AMPS, MAKE - TEST MASTER


1


14
RHEOSTAT SINGLE TUBE WITH SLIDING JOKEY, 350-OHM, 3.5 AMPS, MAKE - TEST MASTER


6


15
RHEOSTAT DOUBLE TUBE WITH SLIDING JOKEY, 26-OHM, 4.1 AMPS, MAKE - TEST MASTER


2


16
RHEOSTAT DOUBLE TUBE WITH SLIDING JOKEY, 50-OHM, 5 AMPS, MAKE - TEST MASTER


2


17
RHEOSTAT DOUBLE TUBE WITH SLIDING JOKEY, 50-OHM, 6.7 AMPS, MAKE - TEST MASTER


1


18
RHEOSTAT DOUBLE TUBE WITH SLIDING JOKEY, 170-OHM, 2.3 AMPS, MAKE - TEST MASTER


2


19
RHEOSTAT FOUR TUBE WITH SLIDING JOKEY, 10 x 4 - OHM, 6.7 AMPS, MAKE - TEST MASTER


2


20
CURRENT TRANSFORMER (C. T.), 5 / 30 / 50 A, MAKE - TEST MASTER


1


21
POTENTIAL TRANSFORMER, (P. T.), 100/500 V


1


22
WATTMETER, 5 - 10 A, VOLT: 0 - 150 -300 - 600 V, MAKE - MECO


5


23
MOVING COIL AMMETER, 0 - 3 AMP, TABLE TYPE, MAKE - COSMO


5


24
MOVING COIL AMMETER, 0 - 5 AMP, TABLE TYPE, MAKE - COSMO


5


25
MOVING COIL AMMETER, RANGE: 1 - 3 - 10 A, PORTTABLE LAB TYPE, MAKE - MECO


3


26
MOVING COIL AMMETER, RANGE: 5 - 10 - 25 A, PORTTABLE LAB TYPE, MAKE - MECO


3


27
MOVING COIL AMMETER, RANGE: 7.5 - 15 - 30 A, PORTTABLE LAB TYPE, MAKE - MECO


3


28
MOVING COIL AMMETER, RANGE: 0 - 75 - 150 - 300 V, PORTTABLE LAB TYPE, MAKE - MECO


3


29
MOVING COIL VOLTMETER, 0 - 75 V, TABLE TYPE, MAKE - COSMO


5


30
MOVING COIL VOLTMETER, 0 - 150 V, TABLE TYPE, MAKE - COSMO


10


31
MOVING COIL VOLTMETER, RANGE: 0 - 75 - 150 - 300 V, PORTABLE LAB TYPE, MAKE - MECO


3


32
MOVING IRON AMMETER, 0 - 5 AMP, TABLE TYPE, MAKE - COSMO


5


33
MOVING IRON AMMETER, 0 - 10 AMP, TABLE TYPE, MAKE - COSMO


5


34
MOVING IRON AMMETER, RANGE: 0 - 1 - 3 - 10 A, TABLE TYPE, MAKE - MECO


3


35
MOVING IRON VOLTMETER, 0 - 300 V, TABLE TYPE, MAKE - COSMO


4





Sl. No.
MEASUREMENT & INSTRUMENTATION LAB

DESCRIPTION



1
KELVIN DOUBLE BRIDGE



2
SCHERING BRIDGE



3
AC BRIDGE (ANDERSON)



4
LCRQ METER



5
LINEAR VARIABLE DIFFERENTIAL TRANSFORMER WITH POWER SUPPLY TECHNO INSTRUMENT



6
TIME DIVISION MULTIPLEXING (TDM)



7
FREQUENCY DIVISION MULTIPLEXING (FDM)



8
C. R. O., DUAL TRACE, 20 MHz, MAKE - METRAVI



9
DIGITAL MULTIMETER, MAKE – METRAVI





Sl. No.
ELECTRICAL MACHINE LAB – I

DESCRIPTION



1
M-G SET - 3-PHASE ALTERNATOR & DC SHUNT MOTOR, MAKE - GE MOTOR, CALCUTTA



2
DC SHUNT GENERATOR, 220 V, 1.5 kW, 10 AMPS, 1500 RPM, WAVE WOUND, MAKE - GE MOTOR, CALCUTTA



2
CAPACITOR START INDUCTION MOTOR, SINGLE-PHASE, 2 H. P., 220 V, 10 AMPS, 1500 RPM, TEST MASTER, CALCUTTA



3
SINGLE PHASE TRANSFORMER, 220/220 V, 50 Hz, 3 kVA, 220 V, WITH TAPPING AT 50%, 86.6%, 100% ON SECONDARY SIDE, MAKE - A. E., CALCUTTA



4
THREE PHASE TRANSFORMER, 440/220 V, DELTA/STAR, 50 Hz, 3 kVA, MAKE - A. E., CALCUTTA



5
THREE PHASE TRANSFORMER, 440/220 V, STAR/DELTA, 50 Hz, 3 kVA, MAKE - A. E., CALCUTTA



6
THREE PHASE AUTO TRANSFORMER, INPUT: THREE- PHASE, 440 V, OUTPUT: THREE-PHASE, 0 TO 470 V, 15 AMP; MAKE - A. E., CALCUTTA



7
SINGLE PHASE AUTO TRANSFORMER, INPUT: 220 V, 50 Hz, OUTPUT: THREE-PHASE, 0 TO 270 V, 15 AMP; MAKE - A. E., CALCUTTA



8
THREE PHASE LOADING RHEOSTAT, 440 V, 5 kW, 0.25 kW PER STEP; MAKE - OSWAL, CALCUTTA



9
SINGLE PHASE LOADING RHEOSTAT, 440 V, 5 kW, 0.25 kW PER STEP; MAKE - OSWAL, CALCUTTA



10
PRECISION CURRENT TRANSFORMER, CLASS A, 15 VA, PRIMARY CURRENT: 0 - 10 - 30 - 50 - 150 - 300 A, SECONDARY: 5 A; MAKE - AE, CALCUTTA



11
PRECISION POTENTIAL TRANSFORMER, CLASS 0-A, 15 VA, 50 Hz, PRIMARY VOLTAGE: 0 - 10 - 220 - 380 V, SECONDARY: 100 V; MAKE - AE, CALCUTTA



12
WATT-METER, 5 - 10 AMPS; 75 - 150- 300 V, MAKE - MECO



13
DC MILLI-AMMETER, 0 - 300 mA, MAKE - MECO



14
DC MILLI-AMMETER, 0 - 500 mA, MAKE - MECO



15
POWER FACTOR METER, SINGLE-PHASE, SINGLE ELEMENT, PORTABLE TYPE, MAKE - BOMBAY



16
MOVING IRON AMMETER, 0 - 1 - 5 - 10 AMPS, PORTABLE TYPE, MAKE - MECO



17
MOVING IRON AMMETER, 0 - 10 - 30 - 100 AMPS, PORTABLE TYPE, MAKE - MECO



18
MOVING IRON AMMETER, 0 - 150 - 300 - 600 AMPS, PORTABLE TYPE, MAKE - MECO



19
PORTABLE MULTIMETER, MAKE - MOTVANE



20
RHEOSTAT SINGLE TUBE WITH SLIDING JOKEY, 350-OHM, 1.1 AMPS



21
RHEOSTAT SINGLE TUBE WITH SLIDING JOKEY, 185-OHM, 1.5 AMPS



22
RHEOSTAT SINGLE TUBE WITH SLIDING JOKEY, 85-OHM, 2.3 AMPS



23
RHEOSTAT SINGLE TUBE WITH SLIDING JOKEY, 26-OHM, 4.1 AMPS



24
RHEOSTAT SINGLE TUBE WITH SLIDING JOKEY, 35-OHM, 3.7 AMPS



25
RHEOSTAT SINGLE TUBE WITH SLIDING JOKEY, 10-OHM, 6.7 AMPS



26
RHEOSTAT DOUBLE TUBE WITH SLIDING JOKEY, 20-OHM, 6.7 AMPS



27
RHEOSTAT SINGLE TUBE WITH SLIDING JOKEY, 50-OHM, 5 AMPS



28
RHEOSTAT SINGLE TUBE WITH SLIDING JOKEY, 170-OHM, 2.3 AMPS



29
PHASE SEQUENCE DETECTOR, ROTATING DISC TYPE, 0 - 500 V AC



30
SINGLE-PHASE TRANSFORMER, 220/110 + 100 V, 3 kVA, SHELL TYPE, AIR COOLED



31
MEGGER (INSULATION TESTER), 1000 V, RANGE: 0 TO 2000 M-OHM, METAL BODY,



32
MEGGER (INSULATION TESTER), 500 V, RANGE: 0 TO 2000 M-OHM, METAL BODY,





Sl. No.
ELECTRICAL MACHINE LAB – II

DESCRIPTION



1
DC SHUNT GENERATOR, 230 V, 3 kW, 7.5 AMPS, 1500 RPM, WAVE WOUND, MAKE - GE MOTOR, CALCUTTA



2
DC SHUNT MACHINE, 220 V, 5 kW, 20 AMPS, 1500 RPM, MAKE - GE MOTOR, CALCUTTA



3
DC SHUNT GENERATOR, 220 V, 3 H. P., 10 AMPS, 1500 RPM, MAKE - GE MOTOR, CALCUTTA



4
DC SHUNT GENERATOR, 220 V, 2 H. P., 1500 RPM, MAKE - GE MOTOR, CALCUTTA



5
DC COMPOUND GENERATOR, 230 V, 3 H.P., 13 AMPS, 1500 RPM, MAKE - GE MOTOR, CALCUTTA



6
DC SERIES MOTOR, 220 V, 3 H.P., 13 AMPS, 1500 RPM, WITH OVER SPEED PROTECTION UNIT, MAKE - GE MOTOR, CALCUTTA



7
3-PHASE SQUIRREL CAGE INDUCTION MOTOR, 415 V, 1.5 H.P., 50 Hz, 3.6 AMP, 1425 RPM, MAKE - GE MOTOR, CALCUTTA



8
3-PHASE SQUIRREL CAGE INDUCTION MOTOR, 440 / 230 V, 50 Hz, 3 H.P., 5 AMP, 1440 RPM, MAKE - GE MOTOR, CALCUTTA



9
3-PHASE SLIP-RING INDUCTION MOTOR, 440 V, 50 Hz, 3 H.P., 1440 RPM, MAKE - GE MOTOR, CALCUTTA



10
SINGLE-PHASE CAPACITOR-MOTOR, 220 V, 3 H.P., 18 AMPS, 1425 RPM, MAKE - GE MOTOR, CALCUTTA



11
SINGLE-PHASE CAPACITOR-MOTOR, 220 / 240 V, 3 H.P., 18 AMPS, 1425 RPM, MAKE - GE MOTOR, CALCUTTA



12
UNIVERSAL MOTOR, 220 V, AC/DC, 2 H.P., 2800 RPM



13
SINGLE-PHASE AUTO TRANSFORMER, INPUT: 230 V AC, 50 Hz, 15 AMP, OUTPUT: 0 - 270 V, 50 Hz



14
SINGLE-PHASE LOADING RHEOSTAT, 220 V, 3 kW, 0.25 kW PER STEP, MAKE - OSWA



15
MOVING COIL AMMETER, 0 - 5- 10 AMP, PORTABLE TYPE, MAKE - MECO



16
MOVING COIL AMMETER, 7.5 - 15 - 30 AMP, PORTABLE TYPE, MAKE - MECO



17
MOVING IRON AMMETER, 0 - 1 - 3 - 5 AMP, PORTABLE TYPE, MAKE - MECO



18
MOVING IRON VOLTMETER, 0 - 75 - 150- 300 AMP, PORTABLE TYPE, MAKE - MECO



19
DC MILLI-AMMETER, 50 - 100 AMP, PORTABLE TYPE, MAKE - MECO



20
DC MILLI-AMMETER, 100 - 300 AMP, PORTABLE TYPE, MAKE - MECO



21
WATTMETER, 5 - 10 A, 125 - 250 - 500 V LPF, BOMBAY MAKE



22
ROTOR RESISTANCE STARTER FOR 3-PHASE, SLIP-RING INDUCTION MOTOR, 440 V, 3 H.P., 1440 RPM



POWER SYSTEM LAB:



Sl. No.
DESCRIPTION



1
SIMULATION OF DC DISTRIBUTION BY NETWORK ANALYZER TRAINER PANEL



2
DETERMINATION OF GENERALIZED CONSTANT A, B, C, D OF GIVEN SYSTEM TRAINER PANEL



3
TRANSFORMER OIL TESTING INSTRUMENT



4
DETERMINATION OF IMPEDANCE AND ADMITTANCE PARAMETERS OF A 2-PORT NETWORK








CICRCUIT THEORY LAB:



Sl. No.
DESCRIPTION



1
TRANSIENT RESPONSE IN R-L-C SERIES AND PARALLEL NETWORK



2
TRANSIENT RESPONSE IN R-L SERIES AND PARALLEL NETWORK



3
ACTIVE LOW PASS FILTER TRAINER



4
ACTIVE HIGH PASS FILTER TRAINER



5
ACTIVE BAND PASS FILTER TRAINER



6
BAND REJECTTION NOTCH FILTER TRAINER



7
CONSTANT K BAND PASS FILTER TRAINER



8
CONSTANT K HIGH PASS FILTER TRAINER



9
CONSTANT K LOW PASS FILTER TRAINER



10
M-DERIVED BAND PASS FILTER TRAINER



11
M-DERIVED BAND PASS FILTER TRAINER



12
M-DERIVED BAND PASS FILTER TRAINER



POWER ELECTRONICS LAB:



Sl. No.
DESCRIPTION



1
SCR CHARACTERISTICS TRAINER KIT



2
DIAC & TRIAC CHARACTERISTICS TRAINER KIT



3
DC CHOPPER TRAINER KIT



4
MOSFET CHARACTERISTIC TRAINER KIT



5
BJT CHARACTERISTICS TRAINER KIT



6
IGBT & MOSFET CHARACTERISTICS TRAINER KIT








MICROPROCESSOR LAB:



Sl. No.
DESCRIPTION



1
MICROPROCESSOR 8085 KIT 'MICRO FRIEND STAR-85 WITH POWER SYPPLY



2
MICROPROCESSOR 8085 KIT MICRO FRIEND MF DYNA-85 WITH POWER SYPPLY



3
MICROCONTROLLER 8051 TRAINER KIT WITH POWER SYPPLY





DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGG.


NAME OF LABORATORY MAJOR EQUIPMENTS


Basic electronics lab




Digital Multimeter- Metravi.
Digital Multimeter- Unity.
Analogue Multimeter.
Universal trainer, Micro.Lab II
Cathode Ray Oscilloscope.
Power supply.
Transformer-230/(12-0-12).
Transformer-230/(15-0-15).
Moving coil voltmeter.
Moving iron ammeter.



Electronics II lab


Hartley oscillator trainer Kit.
Colpitts oscillator trainer Kit.
RC-phase shift oscillator trainer Kit.
Wein bridge oscillator trainer Kit.
Sawtooth generator trainer Kit.
Class A-amplifier trainer Kit.
Class B-amplifier trainer Kit.
Class C- amplifier trainer Kit.
Cathode ray oscilloscope.
Digital Multimeter; metravi-702.
Universal trainer, Micro.Lab II
Function generator.




Switching & pulse theory lab




Jk flip flop trainer Kit..
Decade counter trainer Kit.
4-bit register trainer Kit..
R/s/d/t flip-flop trainer Kit..
Switch mode –power supply trainer Kit.
Cathode ray oscilloscope.
Digital multimeter; metravi-702.
Universal trainer, Micro.Lab II
Function generator.






Solid state device lab




Instrumentation amplifier Trainer Kit.
H-parameter Trainer Kit.
Two stage RC-coupled amplifier Trainer Kit.
Ujt trainer board
Mosfet char. Trainer board.
V-I characteristics of a SCR Trainer Kit.
Crystal oscillator trainer board
Switch Mode Power Supply trainer board.
Cathode ray oscilloscope
Digital multimeter; metravi-702.




Electronic measurement
Wheatstone bridge trainer board
Schearing’s bridge trainer board.
Maxwel’s bridge trainer board.
Experimental model of digital frequency meter
Hay’s bridge trainer kit
Anderson’s bridge trainer kit
Dual trace cathode ray oscilloscope (CRO)
3&1/2 digital multimeter - metravi 702
Function generator
Digital storage oscilloscope-60 MHz with 1:1&1:10 probe
Tachometer
Digital multimeter; metravi-702.


Linear integrated circuit lab


Constant k high pass filter trainer board
Constant k low pass filter trainer board.
M derived low pass filter trainer board.
M derived band pass filter trainer board.
Universal trainer micro-lab II.
Dual trace cathode ray oscilloscope (CRO)
3&1/2 digital multimeter - metravi 702








Digital circuit theory lab
Bcd Decoder trainer board
Dac Trainer board
Adc Trainer board
Jk flip flop Trainer Kit..
Decade Counter Trainer Kit..
4-Bit Register Trainer Kit..
R/s/d/t flip-flop Trainer Kit.
Switch Mode –Power Supply Trainer Kit..
Cathode Ray Oscilloscope.
Digital Multimeter Metravi-702.
Function generator.
Universal Trainer Micro-lab II.



MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT

NAME OF LABORATORY : :ENGINEERING MECHANICS LAB .


SL. NO
MAJOR EQUIPMENTS

1
BAND FRICTION APPARATUS

2
SIMPLE MACHINE (WORM &WORM WHEEL)

3
LIMITING FRICTION APPARATUS

4
FORCE POLYGON APPARATUS

5
MOMENT OF INERTIA OF ROTATING MASS (FLY WHEEL )

6
NEWTON SECOND LAW OF MOTION BY “ FLETCHER TROLLEY “

7
DIFFERENTIAL WHEEL & AXLE APPARATUS

8
SPRING STIFFNESS APPARATUS

9
SIMPLE SUPPORTED BEAM WITH WEIGHT

10
SIMPLE SUPPORTED BEAM WITHOUT WEIGHT

11
TOSION TEST MACHINE VERTICAL

12
TORSIN TEST MACHINE HORIZONTAL



NAME OF LABORATORY : STRENGTH OF MATERIAL LAB


S.NO
MAJOR EQUIPMENTS

1
UNIVERSAL TESTING MACHINE ( 60TON) MODEL FUN 600

2
TORSION TESTING MACHINE (MODEL FTT100 NM)

3
IMPACT TESTING MACHINE (MODEL FIT 300N)

4
COMPRESSION TESTING MACHINE

5
ROCKWELL HARDNESS TESTING MACHINE (MODEL ORS)

6
VICKERS HARDNESS TESTING MACHINE (BV 120(S) )

7
BRINELL HARDNESS TESTING MACHINE (MODEL TKB 3000N)

8
FATIGUE TESTING MACHINE



NAME OF LABORATORY : FLUID MECHANICS LAB .


S.NO
MAJOR EQUIPMENTS

1
METACENTRIC HEIGHT APPARATUS

2
BERNOULLIS THEOREM VERIFICATION APPARATUS

3
VENTURIMETER (HORIZONTAL )

4
APPARATUS FOR DETERMINATION OF LOSSES IN PIPE

5
PIPE FRICTION SET

6
REYNOLDS LAW APPARATUS

7
STOCK S LAW APPARATUS

8
PRESSURE GUAGE

9
VISCOSITY CAPILLARY TUBE APPARATUS

10
VACCUM GUAGE



NAME OF LABORATORY : FLUID MACHINERY LAB


S.NO
MAJOR EQUIPMENT S

1
PELTON WHEEL TURBINE PUMP TEST RIG

2
IMPACT OF JET



NAME OF LABORATORY : APPLIED THERMODYNAMICS LAB


S.NO
MAJOR EQUIPMENTS

1
MODEL OF COCHRAN BOILER

2
MODEL OF BABCOCK BOILER

3
MODEL OF LANCASHIRE BOILER

4
MODEL OF VERTICAL WATER TUBE BOILER



NAME OF LABORATORY : HEAT & MASS TRANSFER LAB


S. NO
MAJOR EQUIPMENTS

1
STOKES LAW APPARATUS

2
REYNOLDS LAW APPARATUS

3
THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY OF METAL ROD APPARATUS

4
STEFAN BOLTZ MAN APPARATUS

5
HEAT TRANSFER THROUGH NATURAL CONVECTION APPARATUS



NAME OF LABORATORY : I.C. ENGINE LAB


S.NO
MAJOR EQUIPMENTS

1
FOUR STROKE DIESEL ENGINE TEST RIG

2
FOUR STROKE PETROL ENGINE TEST RIG

3
TWO STROKE PETROL ENGINE TEST RIG



NAME OF LABORATORY REFRIGERATION & AIR CONDITIONING LAB


S.NO
MAJOR EQUIPMENTS

1
REFRIGERATION CYCLE TEST RIG

2
AIR CONDITIONING CYCLE TEST RIG



NAME OF LABORATORY: MATERIAL SCIENCE LAB


S.NO
MAJOR EQUIPMENTS

1
DOUBLE DISC POLISHING MACHINE

2
DRY BELT GRINDER

3
SPECIMEN LEVELER

4
HYDRAULIC MOUNTING PRESS

5
METALLURGICAL MICROSCOPE (MODEL – RMM 7B)

5.1
GRAIN SIZE EYE PIECE FOR MICROSCOPE

6
HORIZONTAL MUFFLE FURNACE (4² ´ 4²´ 9²)

7
CUT OF WHEEL MACHINE

8
HOT AND COLD AIR BLOWER

9
HOT PLATE (12²´10²)

10
STROHLEIN APPARATUS

11
CHEMICAL BALANCE (CAPACITY—200gm)



NAME OF LABORATORY : KINETICS OF MACHINES LAB


S.NO
MAJOR EQUIPMENT

1
VIBRATION LAB EQUIPMENT

2
CAM ANALYSIS APPARATUS

3
WHIRLING OF SHAFT APPARATUS

4
STATIC & DYNAMIC BALANCING APPARATUS

5
MOTORIZED GYROSCOPE

6
JOURNAL BEARING APPARATUS

7
UNIVERSAL GOVERNOR APPARATUS

8
FOUR BAR MECHANISM (MODEL)

9
DOUBLE SLIDER CRANK MECHANISM (MODEL)

10
STEERING GEAR MECHANISM



NAME OF LABORATORY : MECHANICAL MEASUREMENT & METROLOGY LAB


SL. No.
MAJOR EQUIPMENTS

1
VERNIER CALIPER , SIZE 8² ( D- 200 mm )

2
MICRO METER ( 0-50 mm )

3
VERNIER HEIGHT GAUGE ( 0-300mm )

4
DIAL INDICATOR ( STND. )

5
SLIP GAUGE SET ( SET OF 46 PIECES )

6
FEELER GAUGE SET ( 31 /2 ² ) LENGTH

7
MAIN PLUG GAUGE ( GO – NOGO ) , 1-25 mm IN STEPS OF 1 mm TO 1_+ 17 GRADES

8
SPIRIT LEVEL

9
SINE BAR , SIZE 200mm

10
MECHANICAL COMPARATOR , RANGE 0- 120 mm

11
THERMO COUPLE CALIBRATION TEST RIG

12
PYROMETER (i) RADIATION PYROMETER

(ii) OPTICAL PYROMETER

13
PRESSURE MEASUREMENT DEVICE ( 0-10 )KG / CM2

14
TORQUE MEASUREMENT DEVICE WITH TRANSDUCER , 1KG M

15
DISPLACEMENT MEASUREMENT WITH LVDT



WORKSHOP


S.NO
MAJOR EQUIPMENT
QUANTITY

1
LATHE MACHINE (6¢ CENTER )
04

2
LATHE MACHINE (5¢CENTER )
01

3
LATHE MACHINE (4.5¢ CENTER )
01

4
SHAPER MACHINE (26²STROKE ,2H.P.MOTOR
01

5
MILLER MACHINE (HORIZONTAL ) WITH VERTICAL ATTACHMENT


01

6
RADIAL DRILLING MACHINE 1.5”SIZE
01

7
VERTICAL DRILLING MACHINE 0.75” SIZE
02

8
SAWING MACHINE ( HAND OPERATED )
01

9
SAWING MACHINE POWER OPERATED
01

10
GRINDING MACHINE (BENCH GRINDER )0.5
02

11
AIR BLOWER
01



List of Experimental Setup

Applied Physics


1. To find out the wavelength of sodium yellow light forming Newton’s ring.

2. Find out dispersive power of prism.

3. To calibrate a milliammeter using a tangent galvanometer.

4. Findout equivalent focal length of co-axial lens system.

5. To determine the co-efficient of viscosity of water by capillary flow method.

6. To find the thermal conductivity of a bad conductor by Lees and Charlton’s apparatus.

7. Standarisation of potentiometer.

8. Determination of resistance per unit length of carey- foster’s bridge wire and hence

determination of resistance of an unknown resistor.

9. Determination of frequency of a tuning fork by Melde’s method.

10. Determination of Plank’s constant using photocells.

11.To determine the wavelength of light by Fresnel’s biprism.


Applied Chemistry


1. Acid-Base Titration(Estimation of commercial caustic soda)

2. Redox Titration(Estimation of iron using permanganomentry).

3. Complexometric Titration(Estimation of hardness using EDTA titration).

4. Preparation and analysis of metal complex(Copper ammonia complex).

5. Heterogeneous equilibrium(Determination of partition coefficient of acetic acid between n-butanol and water).

6. Viscosity of solutions (Determination of percentage composition of sugar solution from viscosity)

7. Chemical Kinetics (Determination of relative rates of reaction of iodide with H2O2 at room temperature (clock reaction)

8. Photochemical Oxidation reduction (study of photochemical reduction of ferric salts).

9. Synthesis of aspirin.

10. Synthesis of p-nitro aniline from acetanilide.

11. Detection of functional groups in organic compounds.

12. Utilization of paper/thin layer/column chromatographic techniques in the separation of organic compounds.

13. Radical polymerization of vinyl monomers such as styrene, acrylonitrile etc.

14. Conductometric titration (determination of the strength of a given HCl solution by titration against a standard NaOH solution).


Computer Science & Engineering


SL. NO.
TITLE
PARTICULARS

1
MS-DOS
To Execute 10 Commands & observe the output

2
MS-WORD
To Build a Resume

3
POWERPOINT
To Prepare a presentation on R.V.S.C.E.T

4
EXCEL
To prepare Mark Sheet for Different Department

5
PRGRAMMING IN BASIC
i) To ADD TWO numbers

ii) To Write a Program which identifies whether a no is EVEN or ODD

iii) To find the ROOTS of Quadratic Equation

iv) To find the AVG. of SEVEN given numbers

v) To Find the FACTORIAL of the given numbers

vi) To find the PRODUCT of N EVEN INTEGERS

vii) To Write a Program which identifies whether a no is PRIME or NOT

viii) To identify the LOWEST of the Three Given numbers

6
PROGRAMMING IN FORTRAN
i) To ADD TWO numbers

ii) To Write a Program which identifies whether a no is EVEN or ODD

iii) To find the ROOTS of Quadratic Equation

iv) To find the AVG. of SEVEN given numbers

v) To Find the FACTORIAL of the given numbers

vi) To find the PRODUCT of N EVEN INTEGERS

vii) To Write a Program which identifies whether a no is PRIME or NOT

viii) To identify the LOWEST of the Three Given numbers

7
PROGRAMMING IN

PASCAL
i) To ADD TWO numbers

ii) To Write a Program which identifies whether a no is EVEN or ODD

iii) To find the ROOTS of Quadratic Equation

iv) To find the AVG. of SEVEN given numbers

v) To Find the FACTORIAL of the given numbers

vi) To find the PRODUCT of N EVEN INTEGERS

vii) To Write a Program which identifies whether a no is PRIME or NOT

viii) To identify the LOWEST of the Three Given numbers

8
PRGRAMMING IN COBOL
i) To ADD TWO numbers

ii) To Write a Program which identifies whether a no is EVEN or ODD

iii) To find the ROOTS of Quadratic Equation

iv) To find the AVG. of SEVEN given numbers

v) To Find the FACTORIAL of the given numbers

vi) To find the PRODUCT of N EVEN INTEGERS

vii) To Write a Program which identifies whether a no is PRIME or NOT

viii) To identify the LOWEST of the Three Given numbers



Electronics & Communication Engineering


Study of V-A Characteristics of P-N Junction Diode.
Study of V-A Characteristics of a Zener Diode.
Study of C. R. O. (Cathode Ray Oscilloscope) and observation of input and output waves of (i) H-W Rectifier, (ii) Mid-point Full-wave rectifier, and (iii) Bridge Rectifier.
Study of Characteristics Curves of Bipolar Junction Transistor for:
a) Common Base configuration,

b) Common Emitter configuration,

c) Common Collector configuration.

Study of Characteristics of JFET (Junction type Field Effect Transistor).
Study of MOSFET (Metal Oxide Semiconductor FET).
Verification of properties of Operational Amplifier,
Study of working of Data Acquisition System.
Verification of Logic Gates,
Verification and realization of different Flip-Flops (SR, JK and D),
Study of 4-Bit Register,
Study of B. C. D. Counter,
Study of Bi-stable Multi-vibrator (using 555 Timer or TTL).
Study of Astable Multivibrator.
Study of HighPass and Low Pass Single Order Filter
Study of Thermocouple Instruments like VTVM - TVM.
Study of Power Measuring Techniques Bolometer & Calorimeter Method.
Study of A C Wheatstone bridge.
Measurement of Low Value Capacitances.
Measurement of Incremental Inductances.
Study of Digital Frequency Meter.
Phase measurement using C. R. O.
Square Wave Testing of amplifiers.
Study of Transfer Characteristics of Op-amp.
Fabrication of Voltage to Current / Current to Voltage Converter using Op-amp.
Fabrication of Non-linear system Comparator, Zero Crossing Detector using Op-amp.
Study of Band Pass & Band Reject Filter.
Study of R-C Phase Shift Oscillator.
To generate Square Wave, Pulse, Triangular Wave using C. R. O.
Study of Switching Regulator.
Study of Binary Ladder D/A Converters.
Study of Switched Mode Power Supply (S. M. P. S.).
Study of Feedback Amplifier Characteristics Effect of Negative Feedback on Gain.
Study of R-C Phase Shift Oscillator.
Study of Wein Bridge Oscillator.
Study of Crystal Oscillator.
Study of Push Pull Configuration of Power Amplifier.
Rectifying and Breakdown Characteristics of P-N Junction and Point Contact diodes.
Input and Output characteristics of Bipolar Transistor in (a) Common base, and (b) Common Emitter configurations.
Drain Current (ID) Drain to Source Voltage (VDS) Characteristics of Junction Field Effect Transistor (JFET).
Study of SCR Characteristics.
Measurement of h-parameters of Bipolar Junction Transistor.
Study of basic properties of Operational Amplifier.
Measurement of Energy Band Gap and Resistivity of semiconductor sample.
Measurement of Carrier Concentration in a semiconductor by Hall measurements.
Measurement of Junction Capacitance and Ideality Factor of semiconductor diode.
Study of effect of Temperature on Leakage current and Breakdown voltage of P-N Junction.
Study of UJT and Relaxation Oscillator.
Study of Frequency Response of R-C Coupled Amplifier.
Measurement of Power in a three-phase circuit by two-wattmeter method for Balanced & Unbalanced Load and


(i) Power Factor Calculation,

(ii) Reactive Power Calculation.

Polarity Test of Transformer.
Transient Response of R-L, R-C and R-L-C Series & Parallel Circuits for
a) Step Input,

b) Sinusoidal method using Laplace Transform Method.

Synthesis of R-L, R-C and Driving Point Impedance pull using Foster and Cauer Forms.
Electrical & Electronics Engineering

1. To obtain the V-I characteristic of fluorescent lamp.

2. To obtain V-I characteristic of Incandescent lamp.

3. Measurement of current, voltage and power in RLC series circuit excited by single phase A. C. supply.

4. Measurement of electrical energy (KWh) by single phase energymeter.

5. Measurement power in an A. C. circuit using C.T. (Current Transformer) and P.T. (potential transformer).

6. Open circuit and short circuit tests on a single phase transformer and to calculate the efficiency of transformer.

7. To measure the amature and field resistance of a DC machine.

8. Determination of open circuit characteristics (OCC) of a DC machine.

9. Starting and speed control of a DC shunt motor.

10. Two-wattmeter method of measuring power in three-phase circuit (resistive load )

11. Verification of circuit theorems, Thevenin’s and Superposition theorems (with D. C. sources only) .

12. Connection and starting of a three-phase induction motor using direct online (DOL) or star- delta starter.

Mechanical Engineering

Exp. No.
Name of Experiment

1
Band Friction

2
Simple Machine (Worm & Worm Wheel)

3
Limiting Friction

4
Equilibrium of Forces (Force Polygon)

5
Moment of Inertia of a Rotating mass (Flywheel)

6
Newton’s Law of Motion (by Fletcher Trolley)

7
Differential Wheel and Axle




Computing Facilities:

Ø Number and Configuration of Systems 3.06 GHz, INTEL M. Board, 128 DDR RAM, P IV

Ø Total number of systems connected by LAN 150

Ø Total number of systems connected to WAN - NIL

Ø Internet bandwidth 2 mbps Sify Broad Band

Ø Major software packages available FORTRAN, PASCAL, COBOL, WIN XP

Ø Special purpose facilities available Internet Cafe



Workshop:

Ø List of facilities available.

Games and Sports Facilities – 3 Indoor Stadium & 1 Outdoor Stadium

Extra Curriculum Activities – Sports Week – FROLIC 2007 completed successfully.

Soft Skill Development Facilities – Communication & Personality Lab available.

Number of Classrooms and size of each – 16 of 66 Sqm. each

Number of Tutorial rooms and size of each – 10 of 37 Sqm. each

Number of laboratories and size of each – 17 of 150 Sqm. each

Number of drawing halls and size of each – 3 of 170 Sqm. each

Number of Computer Centres with capacity of each – 4 of 150 Sqm. each

Central Examination Facility, Number of rooms and capacity of each – 4 of 60 Capacity each.





TEACHING LEARNING PROCESS

Ø Curricula and syllabi for each of the programmes as approved by the University. Academic Calendar of the University

Ø Academic Time Table

Ø Teaching Load of each Faculty

Ø Internal Continuous Evaluation System and place

Ø Students assessment of Faculty, System in place.



In accordance to the Curriculum & Norms of All India Council for Technical Education.



For each Post Graduate programme give the following:

i. Title of the programme

ii. Curricula and Syllabi

iii. Faculty Profile



SI
Name
Designation
Subject Teaching
1.
YOGENDRA KUMAR
LECTURER
Course to be started from 2008 - 2009 Session.

2.
KAMLESHWAR KUMAR PANDEY

3.
SRABONI MANDAL




Ø Brief profile of each faculty.

· Laboratory facilities exclusive to the PG programme




MASTER OF COMPUTER APPLICATION (MCA)
LIST OF EQUIPMENTS



Sl.No.
Name of Equipments
Equipment Description
Name of Manufacturer
Quantity

1
CPU
Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU

3.06 GHz, 128 Mb RAM, 40GB HDD.
Zenith
60

2
CD ROM
52 X max
Zenith
08

3
CD WRITER
RW 52.32.52
Zenith
02

4
Monitor
CRT 15”
Zenith
60

5
Keyboard
Keyboard
Zenith
60

6
Mouse
Mouse
Zenith
60

7
Switch
16 Port
Quantum
02

8
Catalyst Switch
24 Port
CISCO
02

9
Forty Gate
Firewall
Forty Gate
02

10
AC
2 TON
Blue Star
04


Special Purpose
· Software, all design tools in case

· Academic Calendar and frame work

· Research focus

List of typical research projects.

· Industry Linkage

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

· Placement status

· Admission procedure

· Fee Structure

· Hostel Facilities

· Contact address of co-ordinator of the PG programme

Name:

Address:

Telephone:

E-mail:

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Mechanical engineering is a very broad field that involves the application of physical principles for analysis, design, manufacturing and maintenance of mechanical systems. It is made up of a number of sub disciplines concerned with the mechanics, kinematics (movement) and energy of physical objects.
Mechanical engineering is one of the best disciplines in the field of engineering.

Industrial revolution in Europe was possible primarily due to the inventions in the field of Mechanical Engg. by the application of the laws of Mechanics of Solids (e.g. Newton's laws), Fluid Mechanics and Thermodynamics. This helped in developing many other branches of engineering later on. That is why these subjects are commonly taught in almost all branches of engineering. So prior attention was given to develop this branch.

In near future this branch will have prominent role in developing Jharkhand state.

The Mechanical Engg. Department at RVSCET is one of the best in the institute with respect to the facilities provided. The department has following experimental laboratory facilities :

» Mechanics of Solids
» Strength of Materials o Fluid Mechanics
» Thermodynamics Lab equipped with experimental facility for 1C Engine, Heat and Mass Transfer, Air Condition and Refrigeration
» Material Science
» Mechanical Measurement and Metrology Lab

A workshop under this department spreads over 9000 sq. ft area which comprises of Foundry shop. Carpentry shop, Welding shop, Black smithy, Sheet metal working shop, Lathes, Milling machines, Shaper, Power hacksaw, Drilling machines etc. equipped with latest tools. This not only caters to the need of students' practical classes with, but also the need of the other departments whenever necessary. All the latest machines and equipments have been purchased and continuous additions are undertaken as per the changes suggested by the university and other inspecting bodies.

Drawing is said to be the language of engineers which is common to all branches of studies under the present curriculum. Our academic block has spacious drawing hall to cater to the need of the graphics course and machine design course; The drawing hall is furnished with 100 imperial size drawing boards and stools for comfortable working. The hall is also equipped with models and charts to offer the students some of the best facilities to conceptualize three dimensional objects in two dimensions. The hall is airy and well lit.

Mechanics lab is equipped with very important experimental facilities to verify various laws of mechanics pertaining to friction, parallelogram of forces, moment of inertia, fly wheel, inclined planes, worm and worm wheel, Newton's law, torsion etc.

In Fluid Mechanics lab, facilities for verifying Bernoulli's law, Pelton turbine etc. Thermodynamics lab has experimental facility for 1C engine and many others. Strength of Materials and Materials Science lab are having most modern equipments for hardness and strength testing and investigation of micro-structures. Sophisticated testing machines in various laboratories of this department can meet the requirements of students as well as local industries.





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:: BOARD OF MEMBERS ::-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------


Mr. Binda Singh, Chairman
RVSCET, Jamshedpur
Mr. Bharat Singh, Secretary
RVSCET, Jamshedpur

Mr. Kamal Narayan Singh
Hon'ble Ex-Chief Justice, Supreme Court of India

Dr. Sanjay Kumar Singh
Sr. Scientist, Indian Agricultural Res, Inst, New Delhi

Dr. Lalan Prasad Singh
Sr. Geologist Survey of India, Gangtok

Er. Sunil Kumar Sarkar
Ex. Dy. Manager, Tata Steel, Jamshedpur

Er. Ram Shiromani Singh
Manager, Tata Steel, Jamshedpur

Mr. Kanhaiya Singh
Industrialist

Mr, Anupam Kumar Verma
Sr. System Analyst, Satyam Infoway. Pune

Prof. (Dr.) M.P.Singh Principal
RVSCET (formerly, Principal, RIT, JSR)





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Annexure- 1
Mandatory Disclosure
DEPARTMENT OF APPLIED MECHANICS
M.E. (Computer Aided Analysis & Design) CAAD
Name of the Programme : M.E. (Computer-Aided Analysis & Design, CAAD)
Approved Intake : 18
Fees charged (per annum) in Rs. : 47,000/-
Pass percentage during the last 5 years: 100 %
Teacher Student Ratio : 1:2
No. of Faculty Members : 7
Cadre Number
Professor : 3
Asst. Professor : -
Lecturer : 4
Faculty Profile :
Qualification No. of Faculty
Ph.D. : 1
Post Graduate : 6
Under Graduate : -
Experience of Faculty :
Number of Faculty with
Less than 5 years : 3
5 to 10 years : -
More than 10 years : 4
Industrial Consultancy, Research and Development (during the past 5 years)
Amount of Industrial Consultancy earned (in lakhs of Rupees) : 1.5
No. of sponsored research projects completed : Nil
No. of patents produced : Nil
No. of sponsored research projects in progress : Nil
No. of papers published in International journals : 12
No. of papers published in National journals : 15
No. of papers presented in International Conferences / Seminars : 2
No. of papers presented in National Conferences / Seminars : 6
No. of International Conferences conducted : 1
No. of National Conferences conducted : Nil
No. of Training Programmes / Short Term Courses conducted : 3
Placement Record for the previous year
No. of Companies who visited the Campus
: 76
Names and Details of companies who visited the campus
along with No. of Students placed
: See Annexure
No. of Students placed through campus recruitment : 2
Maximum salary drawn (in Rs.) : 2.94 Lakhs P.M.
Average salary drawn (in Rs.) : 2.79 Lakhs P.M.
Budget Allocation for the Programme (in Rs.):
Recurring :
Non Recurring:
New initiatives and future vision, if any:
The department is trying to consolidate existing
ME(CAAD) programme with the introduction of a few
more optional subjects like Nanotechnology,
Mechatronics, Robotics and soft computing.
Block Grant
Details of individual faculty members
1. Name : Prof. A. K. Ray
Date of Birth : 03/07/1952
Qualification : B.E(Mech), M.Tech(Mech.), MS(Structural)
Professional Experience:
Teaching : 16 Years
Industry : 13 Years
Research Interest : Vibration, Composite Materials, FEM, Nanotechnology
2. Name : Dr. R. P. Singh
Date of Birth : 01/01/1954
Qualification : B.E. (Mech. Engg.), M.Sc. Engg., Ph.D
Professional Experience:
Teaching : 12 Years
Research : 11 Years
Research Interest : Plate Vibrations, Fluid Mechanics, Bio-engineering
3. Name : K. R. Roy Choudhury
Date of Birth : 29/05/1944
Qualification : B.E. (Civil), M.E. (Structural)
Professional Experience:
Teaching : 36 Years
Research : 4 Year
Research Interest : Structural Design, Structural Mechanics, Stress Analysis
4. Name : U. S. Prasad
Date of Birth : 16/07/1952
Qualification : B.E.(Mech.Engg.), M.Sc. Engg.(Mech.)
Professional Experience:
Teaching : 23 Years
Research Interest : Engineering Mechanics, Theory of Elasticity
5. Name : Alok Kumar
Date of Birth : 10/11/1976
Qualification : B.E.(Mech.Engg.), M.E(CAAD)
Professional Experience:
Teaching : 4 Years
Industry : 1 Year
Research : 1 Year
Research Interest : CAD, FEA, Mechanical Design, Fracture Mechanics
6. Name : Kishan Choudhuri
Date of Birth : 21/04/1977
Qualification : B.E.(Mech. Engg.), M.Tech. (Mech.Engg.)
Professional Experience:
Teaching : 3 Years
Research : 5 Years
Research Interest : Fluid Power & Controls, Design Optimization
7. Name : Sankha Bhaduri
Date of Birth : 06/08/1979
Qualification : B.Tech.(Mech. Engg.), M.E(Solid Mechanics)
Professional Experience:
Teaching : 5 Years
Research : 1 Year
Research Interest : Theory of Elasticity, Mechanics of Solids, FEM
DEPARTMENT OF APPLIED CHEMISTRY
Name of the Programme : (Support Department)
Approved Intake : -
Fees charged (per annum) in Rs. : -
Pass percentage during the last 5 years: -
Teacher Student Ratio : -
No. of Faculty Members :
Cadre Number
Professor : 01
Assoc. Professor : 02
Lecturer : 06
Principal S.O. : 01
Faculty Profile :
Qualification No. of Faculty
Ph.D. : 08
Post Graduate : 02
Under Graduate : -
Experience of Faculty :
Number of Faculty with
Less than 5 years : 03
5 to 10 years : 03
More than 10 years : 04
Industrial Consultancy, Research and Development (during the past 5 years):
Amount of Industrial Consultancy earned (in lakhs of Rupees) : 5.0
No. of sponsored research projects completed : 05
No. of patents produced : NIL
No. of sponsored research projects in progress : 03
No. of papers published in International journals : 35
No. of papers published in National journals : 15
No. of papers presented in International Conferences / Seminars : 05
No. of papers presented in National Conferences / Seminars : 25
No. of International Conferences conducted : NIL
No. of National Conferences conducted : 01
No. of Training Programmes / Short Term Courses conducted : 03
Placement Record for the previous year : NA
No. of Companies who visited the Campus :
Names and Details of companies who visited the campus
along with No. of Students placed
:
No. of Students placed through campus recruitment :
Maximum salary drawn (in Rs.) :
Average salary drawn (in Rs.) :
Budget Allocation for the Programme (in Rs.) :
Recurring :
Non Recurring :
New initiatives and future vision, if any:
Determination of the following fields as priority areas and their development thereof:
(a) Materials Chemistry, (b) Synthetic Chemistry with Emphasis on Biological Applications,
(c) Environmental Chemistry (d) Nano chemistry and, (e) Computational chemistry
(f) Development of alternative sources of energy.
The department also proposes to start a post graduate programme in M. Sc. (Applied Chemistry)
with a vision to produce graduates with a sound knowledge in Chemistry having international
recognition and the ability to fulfill chemistry based current needs of the country. In lab
experiments our emphasis is on green chemistry elaborating the need for waste minimization,
substitution of non toxic chemicals for toxic ones and increasing the use of computational
techniques.
Block Grant
Details of individual faculty members
1. Name : Dr. (Mrs.) Usha Jha
Date of Birth : 13/07/1962
Qualifications : M.Sc., Ph.D.
Work Experience :
Teaching : 19 Years
Research : 15 Years
Industry : -
Other : 2002 to till date (Head Dept. of Applied Chemistry)
2006 to till date (Dean Academic Infrastructure)
Area of Specialization : Inorganic Chemistry
2. Name : Dr. P. K. Srivastava
Date of Birth : 27/04/1959
Qualifications : M.Sc., PhD
Work Experience :
Teaching : 16 Years
Research : 25 Years
Industry : -
Area of Specialization : Physical Chemistry
3. Name : Dr. R. K. Dey
Date of Birth : 02/06/1968
Qualifications : M.Sc, PhD
Work Experience :
Teaching : 06 Years
Research : 13 Years
Industry : 08 Years
Area of Specialization : Physical Chemistry
4. Name : Dr. Bimal Verma
Date of Birth : 10/08/1959
Qualifications : M.Sc., PhD
Work Experience :
Teaching : 12 Years
Research : 21 Years
Industry : 09 Years
Area of Specialization : Organic Chemistry
5. Name : Dr. J. P. Pandey
Date of Birth : 07/01/1960
Qualifications : M.Sc., Ph.D.
Work Experience :
Teaching : 15 Years
Research : 10 Years
Industry : -
Area of Specialization : Physical Chemistry
6. Name : Dr. Sagar Pal
Date of Birth : 10/06/1977
Qualifications : M.Sc., Ph.D.
Work Experience :
Teaching : 1 Year
Research : 5 Years
Industry : 2 Years
Area of Specialization : Organic Chemistry
7. Name : Mr. G K Agarwal
Date of Birth : 09/09/1970
Qualifications : M.Sc., M. Phil
Work Experience :
Teaching : 3 Years
Research : 3 Years
Industry : -
Area of Specialization : Physical Chemistry
8. Name : Mrs. Sumit Mishra
Date of Birth : 28/07/1978
Qualifications : M.Sc., M. Phil
Work Experience :
Teaching : 2 Years
Research : 4 Years
Industry : -
Area of Specialization : Inorganic Chemistry
9. Name : Dr. R. P. Bhatnagar
Date of Birth : 22/07/1952
Qualifications : M.Sc., Ph.D.
Work Experience :
Teaching : 30 Years
Research : 30 Years
Industry : -
Area of Specialization : Inorganic Chemistry
10. Name : Dr. Subodh Kumar
Date of Birth : 16.02.1966
Qualifications : M.Sc., Ph.D.
Work Experience :
Teaching : 7 ½ Years
Research : 15 Years
Industry : -
Area of Specialization : Inorganic Chemistry
DEPARTMENT OF APPLIED PHYSICS
M.Tech. (New Material & Processing Technology)
Name of the Programme : U.G. (Supported Department)
M.Tech. (New Materials & Processing Technology)
Approved Intake : 18
Fees charged (per annum) in Rs. : Rs. 47,000/-
Pass percentage during the last 5 years: 100%
Teacher Student Ratio : 08:19
No. of Faculty Members : 19
Cadre Number
Professor : 06
Asst. Professor : 06
Lecturer : 07
Faculty Profile :
Qualification No. of Faculty
Ph.D. : 16
Post Graduate : 03
Under Graduate : -
Experience of Faculty :
Number of Faculty with
Less than 5 years : 04
5 to 10 years : 02
More than 10 years : 13
Industrial Consultancy, Research and Development (during the past 5 years):
Amount of Industrial Consultancy earned (in lakhs of Rupees) : Rs. 25,000.00
No. of sponsored research projects completed : 17
No. of patentsz : 08
No. of sponsored research projects in progress : 12
No. of papers published in International journals : 73
No. of papers published in National journals : 32
No. of papers presented in International Conferences / Seminars : 25
No. of papers presented in National Conferences / Seminars : 147
No. of International Conferences conducted : NIL
No. of National Conferences conducted : 06
No. of Training Programmes / Short Term Courses conducted : 01
Placement Record for the previous year :
No. of Companies who visited the Campus 76
Names and Details of companies who visited the campus
along with No. of Students placed
: See Annexure
No. of Students placed through campus recruitment : 01
Maximum salary drawn (in Rs.) : N.A.
Average salary drawn (in Rs.) : N.A.
Budget Allocation for the Programme(in Rs.) :
Recurring :
Non Recurring :
New initiatives and future vision, if any: -
Block Grant
Details of individual faculty members
1. Name : Dr. P. K. Barhai
Date of Birth : 20/03/1948
Qualification : M.Sc., Ph.D.
Professional Experience: 33 years
Research Interest : Plasma Technology, Laser Technology and Materials Science
2. Name : Dr. D. Jairath
Date of Birth : 20/02/1950
Qualification : M.Sc., Ph.D.
Professional Experience: 31 years
Research Interest : Nuclear Physics
3. Name : Dr. R. K. Popli
Date of Birth : 20/03/1948
Qualification : M.Sc., Ph.D.
Professional Experience: 31 years
Research Interest : Nuclear Physics, Science Popularization
4. Name : Dr. A. K. Shrivastva
Date of Birth : 18/03/1946
Qualification : M.Sc., Ph.D.
Professional Experience: 28 years
Research Interest : Fiber Composites, Solid Mechanics
5. Name : Dr. S. Konar
Date of Birth : 31/01/1957
Qualification : M.Sc., Ph.D.
Professional Experience: 13 years
Research Interest : Photonics, Nonlinear Optics, Optical
communications, Nanophotonics, Solitons, Nonlinear Plasma
Physics. Laser Plasma Interactions, Bose Einstein Condensate
6. Name : Dr. G. G. Sarkar
Date of Birth : 06/06/1947
Qualification : M.Sc., Ph.D.
Professional Experience:
Teaching : 05 yrs
Industry : 31 yrs
Research Interest : Laser & its Industrial Application: Holography for NDT and Hi-tech
project co-ordination (Concept to execution)
7. Name : Dr. J. T. Andrews
Date of Birth : 30/06/1972
Qualification : M.Sc, Ph.D.(Both in Appl. Physics. Engg. Discipline)
Professional Experience:
Teaching : 12 yrs
Industrial R&D: 02 yrs
Research Interest : Laser spectroscopy, Nonlinear Optics, Quantum Optics, Biomedical
Imaging, Image Processing, Real-time Holography, Digital
Holography, Optical properties of semiconductor quantum dots,
Optical properties of tissues
8. Name : Dr. S. Medhekar
Date of Birth : 23/08/ 1965
Qualification : M.Sc., Ph.D.
Professional Experience: 14 years
Research Interest : Photonics, All Optical Devices
9. Name : Dr. Sunita Keshri (Shaw)
Date of Birth : 04/04/1964
Qualification : M.Sc., A.D (S.I.N.P), Ph.D
Professional Experience: 12 years
Research Interest : Superconductivity, Low Temperature Physics, Functional materials
10. Name : Dr. S. K. Sinha
Date of Birth : 21/01/1972
Qualification : M.Sc., Ph.D.
Professional Experience: 6 years
Research Interest : Material Science, Surface, Interface, Ion beam Mixing
11. Name : Dr. R. K. Paul
Date of Birth : 12/07/1961
Qualification : M.Sc., Ph.D.
Professional Experience: 6 years
Research Interest : Plasma Physics
12. Name : Dr. Rajeev Kumar
Date of Birth : 13/12/1968
Qualification : M.Sc., Ph.D.
Professional Experience: 5 years
Research Interest : Experimental Plasma Physics
13. Name : Dr. S. K. Mahapatra
Date of Birth : 07/04/1973
Qualification : M.Sc., Ph.D.
Professional Experience: 1 year
Research Interest : Accelerator Physics, Nano-particles, Plasma Physics
14. Name : Dr. I. Banerjee
Date of Birth : 22/09/1976
Qualification : M.Sc., Ph.D.
Professional Experience: 1 year
Research Interest :Plasma spectroscopy, Plasma Induced Nano-synthesis
15. Name : Dr. M. Bafna
Date of Birth : 02/07/1978
Qualification : M.Sc., Ph.D.
Professional Experience: 1 year
Research Interest : Nonliear Optics, Quantum Optics
16. Name : Dr. S. Gupta
Date of Birth :
Qualification : M.Sc., Ph.D.
Professional Experience: 1 year
Research Interest : Plasma Physics
17. Name : Dr. S. K. Gupta
Date of Birth : 20/12/1977
Qualification : M.Sc., Ph.D.
Professional Experience: 1 year
Research Interest : Nonliear Optics, Quantum Optics
18. Name : M. K. Sinha
Date of Birth : 19/09/1969
Qualification : M.Sc.
Professional Experience: 09 years
Research Interest : Thin film, Vacuum, Data acquisition & Plasma
19. Name : B. Pathak
Date of Birth : 12/09/1971
Qualification : M.Sc.
Professional Experience: 1 Year
Research Interest : Thin films, Plasma, Computers
20. Name : K. K. Singh
Date of Birth : 04/01/1956
Qualification : M.Sc.
Professional Experience: 12 Years
Research Interest : Quantum Electronics
DEPARTMENT OF APPLIED MATHEMATICS
P.G. - M.Tech. (Scientific Computing)
Name of the Programme : U.G. (Supported Department)
M.Tech. (Scientific Computing)
Approved Intake : M.Tech. - 16
Fees charged (per annum) in Rs. : 47,000/-
Pass percentage during the last 5 years: 100%
Teacher Student Ratio : 1:4
No. of Faculty Members :
Cadre Number
Professor : 01
Asst. Professor/Reader: 06
Lecturer : 07
Adjunct Faculty : 01
Faculty Profile :
Qualification No. of Faculty
Ph.D. : 14
Post Graduate : -
Under Graduate : -
Experience of Faculty :
Number of Faculty with
Less than 5 years : 09
5 to 10 years : 02
More than 10 years : 03
Industrial Consultancy, Research and Development (during the past 5 years):
Amount of Industrial Consultancy earned (in lakhs of Rupees) : NIL
No. of sponsored research projects completed : 05
No. of patents produced : NIL
No. of sponsored research projects in progress : 03
No. of papers published in International journals : 38
No. of papers published in National journals : 20
No. of papers presented in International Conferences / Seminars : 06
No. of papers presented in National Conferences / Seminars : 08
No. of International Conferences conducted : NIL
No. of National Conferences conducted : 03
No. of Training Programmes / Short Term Courses conducted : NIL
Placement Record for the previous year :
No. of Companies who visited the Campus : 76
Names and Details of companies who visited the campus
along with No. of Students placed
: See Annexure
No. of Students placed through campus recruitment : 4
Maximum salary drawn (in Rs.) : 9.10 Lakhs P.A.
Average salary drawn (in Rs.) : 3.5 Lakhs P.A.
Budget Allocation for the Programme (in Rs.):
Recurring :
Non Recurring:
New initiatives and future vision, if any :
To set up a centre on Mathematical Modeling in
Atmospheric Sciences and Disaster
Management, Initiative has also been taken for
development of forest fire forecasting system
for Jharkhand region.
Block Grant
Details of individual faculty members
1. Name : N. C. Mahanti
Date of Birth : 14/11/1946
Qualification : M.Sc., Ph.D.
Professional Experience: 23 Years
Research Interest : Fluid Mechanics, Mathematical Modelling and Land Surface Process
2. Name : S. S. Roy
Date of Birth : 08/11/1954
Qualification : M.Sc, Ph.D.
Professional Experience: 20 Years
Research Interest : Solid Mechanics
3. Name : S. K. Jain
Date of Birth : 12/07/1961
Qualification : M.Sc., Ph.D.
Professional Experience: 11 Years
Research Interest : Operations Research
4. Name : S. K. Chakroborty
Date of Birth : 01/04/1954
Qualification : M.Sc., Ph.D.
Professional Experience: 07 Years
Research Interest : Seismology
5. Name : S. K. Samal
Date of Birth : 28/01/1962
Qualification : M.Sc., Ph.D.
Professional Experience: 08 Years
Research Interest : Seismology, Differential Equations
6. Name : Dr. B. K. Mishra
Date of Birth : 03/06/1969
Qualification : M.Sc.(O.R.),M.Sc.(Maths), Ph.D.
Professional Experience: 1 Month
Research Interest : Bio Mathematics, Cyber Defense
7. Name : B. Medya
Date of Birth : 03/10/1964
Qualification : M.Sc., Ph.D.
Professional Experience: 1 Year
Research Interest : Bioinformatics, Queueing Theory
8. Name : S. Chakraborty
Date of Birth : 13/09/1967
Qualification : M.Sc., Ph.D.
Professional Experience: 01 Year
Research Interest : Probability and Statistics
9. Name : Seshadev Padhi
Date of Birth : 23/12/1970
Qualification : M.Phil., Ph.D.
Professional Experience: 03 Years
Research Interest : Differential Equations, Difference Equations
10. Name : M. Trivedi
Date of Birth : 21/03/1976
Qualification : M.Sc, Ph.D.
Professional Experience: 03 Years
Research Interest : Sampling theory
11. Name : A. Pradhan Ghorai
Date of Birth : 26/12/1968
Qualification : M.Sc., Ph.D.
Professional Experience: 03 Years
Research Interest : Seismology
12. Name : T. Paul
Date of Birth : 09/12/1966
Qualification : M.Sc., Ph.D.
Professional Experience: 02 Years
Research Interest : Heat & Mass Transfer
13. Name : A. Jayswal
Date of Birth : 30/12/1974
Qualification : M.Sc, Ph.D
Professional Experience: 02 Years
Research Interest : Operations Research
14. Name : Dr. Manoj Kumar
Date of Birth : 05/07/1968
Qualification : M.Sc.(Tech.), Ph.D.
Professional Experience: 02 Years
Research Interest : Geophysics (Meteorology), Micrometeorology,
Land surface processes
15. Name : Dr. Pradumna Sahoo
Date of Birth : 17/07/1977
Qualification : Ph.D.
Professional Experience: 04 Months
Research Interest : Relativity, Cosmology
DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING
U.G. - B.E. (Civil)
P.G. - M.E.
i. Soil Mechanics
ii. Structural & Foundation Engineering
Name of the Programme : B.E. (Civil)
M.E. (Soil Mechanics)
M.E. (Structural & Foundation Engineering)
Approved Intake : B.E. - 60
M.E. - 24
Fees charged (per annum) in Rs. : B.E. - 56,000/-
M.E. - 47,000/-
Pass percentage during the last 5 years: > 90 %
Teacher Students Ratio: : 1:11
No. of faculty Members: :
Cadre Number
Professor : 4
Asst. Professor : 2
Reader : 3
Scientific Officer : 1
Sr. Lecturer : 2
Lecturer : 4
Faculty Profile :
Qualification No. of Faculty
Ph.D. : 9
Post Graduate : 7
Experience of Faculty :
Less than 5 years : 2
5 to 10 years : 2
More than 10 years : 12
Industrial Consultancy, Research and Development (during hr past 5 years)
Amount of Industrial Consultancy earned (in lakhs of Rupees) : 55 Lakhs
No. of sponsored research projects completed : NIL
No. of patents produced : NIL
No. of sponsored research projects in progress : NIL
No. of paper published in International journals : NIL
No. of paper published in National journals : NIL
No. of papers presented in International Conferences/Seminars : NIL
No. of papers presented in National Conferences/Seminars : NIL
No. of International Conferences conducted : NIL
No. of National Conferences conducted : NIL
No. of Training Programs/Short Term Course conducted : NIL
Placement Record for the previous years
No. of Companies who visited the Campus : 76
Names and Details of companies who visited thecampus
along with no. of students placed : See Annexure
No. of Students placed through campus recruitment : 18
Maximum salary drawn (in Rs.) : 9.10 Lakhs P.A.
Average drawn (in Rs.) : 3.5 Lakhs P.A.
Budget Allocation for the Programme (in Rs.):
Recurring :
Non-Recurring:
New initiative and future vision, if any :
Block Grant
Details of individual faculty member
1. Name : K.V. Krishnamurthy
Date of Birth : 05/10/1946
Qualification : B.Sc.(Engg.)Civil, M.Tech (SM & FE),
Ph.D. (Civil Engg.)
Professional Experience:
Teaching : 27 Years
Industry : 2 ½ Years
Research Interest : Site Investigation, Slope Stability
2. Name : K. R. Roychowdhury
Date of Birth : 29/05/1944
Qualification : ME (Civil Engg)
Professional Experience:
Teaching : 37 Years
Industry : -
Research Interest : Shell Structures, Earthquake effects on structures
3. Name : Balram Singh
Date of Birth : 02/02/1957
Qualification : B.Tech.(Civil Engg.), M.E. (HWRE), Ph.D.(Engg.)
Professional Experience:
Teaching : 23 years
Industry : -
Research Interest : Water Resources, Hydraulics and Fluid Mechanics.
4. Name : Anand Kumar Sinha
Date of Birth : 04/02/1966
Qualification : Ph.D.
Professional Experience:
Teaching : 17 Years
Industry : -
Research Interest: Ground Water Flow, Water Resource Engg.
5. Name : Arun Kumar
Date of Birth : 20/01/1954
Qualification : Ph.D.
Professional Experience:
Teaching : 24 Years
Industry : -
Research Interest : Structural Engineering/ Composite materials
6. Name : Bindhu Lal
Date of Birth : 25/04/1963
Qualification : M.E
Professional Experience:
Teaching : 20 Years
Industry : –
Research Interest : Environmental Engg.(Air Pollution)
7. Name : Birendra Kumar Singh
Date of Birth : 06/09/1959
Qualification : M.E.(Structural Engg),Ph.D. [Thesis submitted]
Professional Experience:
Teaching : 21 Years
Industry : -
Research Interest : Open Channel Hydraulics
8. Name : Jitu Kujur
Date of Birth : 04/09/1976
Qualification : B.E.(Civil), M.E.( Structural Engg.)
Professional Experience:
Teaching : 6 ½ years
Industry : -
Research Interest : Structural Engg.
9. Name : Sudeshna Chakravarty
Date of Birth : 27/03/1968
Qualification : Doctorate
Professional Experience: 11 Years
Research Interest : Geotechnical
10. Name : Mainak Mallik
Date of Birth : 19/01/1965
Qualification : Ph.D.(Structural Engineering)
Professional Experience: 20 Years
Research Interest : Earthquake Engineering
11. Name : Siddharth Sengupta
Date of Birth : 27/03/1976
Qualification : B.E.,M.E., Ph.D.
Professional Experience:
Teaching : 3 ½ Years
Industry : -
Research Interest : Slope Stability, Finite Element.
DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE &
ENGINEERING
U.G. - B.E. (Computer Science)
B.E. (Information Technology)
P.G. - M.E. (Software Engineering)
M.Tech. (Computer Science)
Name of the Programme : B.E. (Computer Science)
B.E.(Information Technology)
M.E. (Software Engineering)
M.Tech. (Computer Science)
Approved Intake : B.E. (Computer Science) - 120
B.E. (Information Technology) - 60
M.E. (Software Engineering) - 15
M.Tech.(Computer Science) - 16
Fees charged (per annum) in Rs. : B.E. (Computer Science) - 56,000/-
B.E. (Information Technology) - 56,000/-
M.E. (Software Engineering) - 47,000/-
M.Tech. (Computer Science) - 47,000/-
Pass percentage during the last 5 years: 99%
Teacher Student Ratio : 1:18
No. of Faculty Members :
Cadre Number
Professor : 01
Asst. Professor : 01
Lecturer : 24
Associate Lecturer : 03
Research Associate : 01
Faculty Profile :
Qualification No. of Faculty
Ph.D. : 01
Post Graduate : 29
Experience of Faculty :
Number of Faculty with
Less than 5 years : 14
5 to 10 years : 13
More than 10 years : 03
Industrial Consultancy, Research and Development (during the past 5 years):
Amount of Industrial Consultancy earned (in lakhs of Rupees)
: NIL
No. of sponsored research projects completed
: NIL
No. of patents produced :
NIL
No. of sponsored research projects in progress
: 1
No. of papers published in International journals
: 2
No. of papers published in National journals
: 1
No. of papers presented in International Conferences / Seminars
: 15
No. of papers presented in National Conferences / Seminars
: 25
No. of International Conferences conducted
: NIL
No. of National Conferences conducted
: NIL
No. of Training Programmes / Short Term Courses conducted
1
Placement Record for the previous year :
No. of Companies who visited the Campus
: 76
Names and Details of companies who visited the campus
along with No. of Students placed
: See Annexure
No. of Students placed through campus recruitment
: 115
Maximum salary drawn (in Rs.)
: 9.10 Lakhs P.A.
Average salary drawn (in Rs.)
: 3.5 Lakhs P.A.
Budget Allocation for the Programme (in Rs.) :
Recurring :
Non Recurring:
New initiatives and future vision, if any :
1) To start with M.TECH Programmes on
a) Computer Networking & Security
b) Computational Linguistics
2) To organize national / International Conferences on current trends in IT.
Block Grant
Details of individual faculty members
1. Name : Dr. G. Sahoo
Date of Birth : 25/01/1955
Qualification : Ph.D.
Professional Experience:
Teaching : 19 Years
Research : 23 Years
Research Interest : Theoretical computer Science, Parallel and Distributed Computing,
Grid Computing, Soft Computing, Image processing & Pattern Recog.
2. Name : Sandeep Dutta
Date of Birth : 26/08/1963
Qualification : MCA, MBA
Professional Experience:
Teaching : 6 Years
Research : 3 Years
Industry : 14 Years
Research Interest : Image Processing
3. Name : Abhishek Srivastava
Date of Birth : 23/03/1976
Qualification : M.E.
Professional Experience:
Teaching : 6 Years
Research : 3 Years
Research Interest : Software Engineering
4. Name : Bikash Kanti Sarkar
Date of Birth : 02/10/1969
Qualification : MCA, M.Sc.(Math), B.Ed.
Professional Experience:
Teaching : Years
Research : Years
Research Interest : Machine Learning, Parallel Computing, Genetic Algorithm
5. Name : Vijay Kumar Jha
Date of Birth : 17/04/1971
Qualification : B.E., M.Sc.(Engg.)
Professional Experience:
Teaching : 8 Years
Research : 3 Years
Research Interest : Network Management
6. Name : Satish Chandra Panigrahi
Date of Birth : 09/07/1979
Qualification : B.E.(Computer Sc. & Engg), M.E.(Software Engg)
Professional Experience:
Teaching : 2 Years
Research : -
Research Interest : DNA Computing, Parallel Computing, Data Compression
7. Name : Sanchita Paul
Date of Birth : 12/04/1982
Qualification : B.E.(Computer Science), M.E.(Software Engg)
Professional Experience:
Teaching : 1 Year
Research : -
Research Interest : DNA Computing, Parallel Computing, Data Compression
8. Name : Sabina Pridarshini
Date of Birth : 15/05/1080
Qualification : MCA
Professional Experience:
Teaching : 1 Year
Research : -
Research Interest : Artificial Intelligence, Internet Network Security,
Problem Domain of It, Digital Image Processing
9. Name : Amritanjali
Date of Birth : 22/05/1978
Qualification : B.E. (Computer Science), M.E.(Software Engg.)
Professional Experience:
Teaching : 2 ½ Years
Research : 1 Year
Research Interest : Parallel Computing
10. Name : Partha Paul
Date of Birth : 01/01/1973
Qualification : Me (Computer Science)
Professional Experience:
Teaching : 7 Years
Research : 1 Year
Research Interest : Fiber Optics with Networking, DBMS
11. Name : Shruti Garg
Date of Birth : 30/06/1979
Qualification : M.Tech. (CS)
Professional Experience:
Teaching : 4 Years
Research : -
Research Interest : Algorithms, Image Processing
12. Name : Sudip Kumar Sahana
Date of Birth : 08/10/1976
Qualification : B.E.(CS), M.Tech.(CS)
Professional Experience:
Teaching : 4 Years
Research : -
Research Interest : Grid Computing, Network Security
13. Name : Kishore Kumar Senapati
Date of Birth : 01/06/1974
Qualification : M.Tech.(CS)
Professional Experience:
Teaching : 4 Years
Research : 1 Year
Research Interest : Pattern Matching, Digital Image Processing, Algorithm & Design,
Cryptography
14. Name : Kiran Kumar Pattanaik
Date of Birth : 18/04/1973
Qualification : B.E.(Elect.& Electronics), M.Tech.(CS & E)
Professional Experience:
Teaching : 7 Years
Research : 3 Years
Research Interest : Grid Computing, Power Management Issues In Mobile Devices.
15. Name : Indradeo Ram
Date of Birth : 25/08/1975
Qualification : B.E.(CS), M.E.(CS)
Professional Experience:
Teaching : 7 Years
Research : -
Research Interest : Machine Learning, Information Retrieval, Multimedia
16. Name : K. Sridhar Patnaik
Date of Birth : 22/11/1976
Qualification : B.E.(EE), M.E.(SE)
Professional Experience:
Teaching : 4 Years
Research : 2 Years
Research Interest : Machine Learning, Soft Computing, Rough Sets, Software Engg.
17. Name : P. K. Sharma
Date of Birth : 30/10/1962
Qualification : M.Tech.(CS)
Professional Experience:
Teaching : 19 Years
Research : 1 Year
Research Interest : Computer Vision, Algorithm Analysis
18. Name : Ritesh Jha
Date of Birth : 08/12/1975
Qualification : M.Tech.(CS)
Professional Experience:
Teaching : 5 Years
Research : -
Research Interest : Algorithm Analysis
19. Name : I. Mukherjee
Date of Birth : 11/10/1970
Qualification : MCA
Professional Experience:
Teaching : 7 Years
Research : 2 Years
Research Interest : Data Mining, Genetic Algorithm, Machine Learning, Software Engg.
20. Name : Anup Kumar Keshri
Date of Birth : 01/01/1977
Qualification : M.E.(SE)
Professional Experience:
Teaching : 3 Years
Research : 1 ½ Year
Research Interest : Applicatrion Of Soft Computing Tool In Medicine
21. Name : Sujit Kumar Chatterjee
Date of Birth : 22/10/1969
Qualification : MCA
Professional Experience:
Teaching : 14 Years
Research : 3 Years
Research Interest : Software Maintenance Using OOT
22. Name : Aruna Jain
Date of Birth : 10/11/1965
Qualification : M.TECH. (CS)
Professional Experience:
Teaching : 12 Years
Research : 5 Years
Research Interest : Network & Artificial Intelligence
23. Name : B. K. Chanda
Date of Birth : 16/06/1961
Qualification : MCA
Professional Experience:
Teaching : 3 Years
Research : -
Research Interest : Information Technology
24. Name : D. K. Mallick
Date of Birth : 21/01/1967
Qualification : M.Tech.(CS)
Professional Experience:
Teaching : 8 Years
Research : 3 Years
Research Interest : Parallel Computing, Interconnection Network,
Algorithm & Data Structures
25. Name : Itu Snigdh
Date of Birth : 14/05/1978
Qualification : BE, ME
Professional Experience:
Teaching : 3 Years
Research : 1 Year
Research Interest : DBMS
26. Name : S. Paul
Date of Birth : 11/01/1975
Qualification : MCA
Professional Experience:
Teaching : 4 Years
Research : 1 Year
Research Interest : Computer Graphics
27. Name : V. S. S. Sriram
Date of Birth : 13/05/1976
Qualification : M.Tech.
Professional Experience:
Teaching : 5 Years
Research : 1 Year
Research Interest : Software Engineering, Network Security
28. Name : B. K. Panjiyar
Date of Birth : 25/10/1974
Qualification : MCA
Professional Experience:
Teaching : 2 Years
Research : -
Research Interest : System Marketing Management
29. Name : Rashmi Sahay
Date of Birth : 20/10/1980
Qualification : M.TECH.(CS)
Professional Experience:
Teaching : 2 Years
Research : 1 Year
Research Interest : Robotics
30. Name : Abhijit Mustafi
Date of Birth : 26/05/1975
Qualification : MCA
Professional Experience:
Teaching : 6 Years
Research : 1 Year
Research Interest : Image Processing, Web programming
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONICS AND
COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING
U.G - B.E. (Electronics & Communication Engineering)
P.G. - M.E.
i. Microwave
ii. Instrumentation & Control
Name of the Programme : B.E. (Electronics and Communication Engineering)
M.E. (Microwave Engg.)
M.E. (Instrumentation & Control)
Approved Intake : B.E. - 120
M.E. - 36
Fees charged (per annum) in Rs. : B.E. - 56,000/-
M.E. - 47,000/-
Pass percentage during the last 5 years:
Teacher Student Ratio : B.E. - 1:12
M.E. - 1:4
No. of Faculty Members :
Cadre Number
Professor : 6
Asst. Professor : 4
Lecturer : 30
Faculty Profile :
Qualification No. of Faculty
Ph.D. : 6
Post Graduate : 31
Under Graduate : 3
Experience of Faculty :
Number of Faculty with
Less than 5 years : 16
5 to 10 years : 16
More than 10 years : 8
Industrial Consultancy, Research and Development (during the past 5 years):
Amount of Industrial Consultancy earned (in lakhs of Rupees) : NIL
No. of sponsored research projects completed : 5
No. of patents produced : NIL
No. of sponsored research projects in progress : 2
No. of papers published in International journals : 52
No. of papers published in National journals : 13
No. of papers presented in International Conferences / Seminars : 79
No. of papers presented in National Conferences / Seminars : 151
No. of International Conferences conducted : NIL
No. of National Conferences conducted : 1
No. of Training Programmes / Short Term Courses conducted 3
Placement Record for the previous year :
No. of Companies who visited the Campus : 30
Names and Details of companies who visited the campus
along with No. of Students placed
: See Annexure
No. of Students placed through campus recruitment : BE - 79
ME - 06
Maximum salary drawn (in Rs.) : 5.3 Lakhs P.A.
Average salary drawn (in Rs.) : 3.5 Lakhs P.A.
Budget Allocation for the Programme (in Rs.) :
Recurring :
Non Recurring:
New initiatives and future vision, if any : -
Block Grant
Details of individual faculty members
1. Name : S. C. Goel
Date of Birth : 12/04/1943
Educational Qualification: M.Sc. (Engg.)
Work Experience :
Teaching : 39 years and 3 months
Research : -
Industry : -
Area of Specializations: Communication, Networking, Image Processing,
AdvancedElectronics
2. Name : R. Sukesh Kumar
Date of Birth : 01/10/1955
Educational Qualification: M.E. in Instrumentation and Control
Work Experience
Teaching : 17 years
Research : 03 years
Industry : 09 years
Area of Specializations: Microprocessor, Instrumentation, Data and Computer Network,
Digital Image Processing.
3. Name : Dipankar. Pal
Date of Birth : 02/12/1961
Educational Qualification: B. Tech., Ph.D., Post Doctoral
Work Experience :
Teaching : 09 years
Research : 22 year
Industry : -
Area of Specializations: VLSI Design & Embedded Systems
4. Name : Nisha Gupta
Date of Birth : 01/11/1960
Educational Qualification: Ph.D., M.E., B.E., Post Doctoral
Work Experience :
Teaching : 8 years
Research : 13 years
Industry : 1 ½ years
Others : 3 years
Area of Specializations: RF & Microwave Engg.
5. Name : Jibendu Sekhar Roy
Date of Birth : 20/02/1962
Educational Qualification: Ph.D., Post Doctoral
Work Experience :
Teaching : 9 years
Research : 11 years
Industry : -
Area of Specializations: Antennas, Wireless Communications.
6. Name : S.K.Ghorai
Date of Birth : 27/11/1959
Educational Qualification: Ph. D.
Work Experience :
Teaching : 16 years
Research : 6 year and 6 months
Industry : 6 months
Area of Specializations: Fiber optics and Photonics
7. Name : Madhukar Puri
Date of Birth : 15/08/1947
Educational Qualification: M.E. (Microwave)
Work Experience :
Teaching : 34 years
Research : -
Industry : -
Area of Specializations: Microwave, Digital Communication, Instrumentation,
Telecommunication switching & Networks, Satellite Communication
8. Name : K. K. Masand
Date of Birth : 01/08/1951
Educational Qualification: M.S.
Work Experience :
Teaching : 34 years
Research : -
Industry : -
Area of Specializations: Microwave.
9. Name : N. Poddar
Date of Birth : 30/01/1947
Educational Qualification: M.E.
Work Experience :
Teaching : 10 Years
Research : 3 Years
Industry : 17 Years
Area of Specializations: Instrumentation and Control, PCB Design
10. Name : Basab Bijay Pal
Date of Birth : 14/04/1956
Educational Qualification: M.E. (ECE)
Work Experience :
Teaching : 21 years
Research : 5 years
Industry : -
Area of Specializations: Microwave, Analog Circuit, Biomedical Instrumentation
11. Name : Vibha Rani Gupta
Date of Birth : 30/11/1963
Educational Qualification: M.E., B.E. (ECE)
Work Experience :
Teaching : 13 ½ years
Research : 6 ½ years
Industry : 5 ½ years
Area of Specializations: Microwave Engg & Wireless Communication.
12. Name : Sandeep Singh Solanki
Date of Birth : 18/10/1969
Educational Qualification: M.E.
Work Experience :
Teaching : 6 years and 6 months
Research : 3 ½ year
Industry : 5 years
Area of Specializations: Instrumentation & Control
13. Name : Sanjay Kumar
Date of Birth : 18/01/1967
Educational Qualification: M.Tech., MBA
Work Experience :
Teaching : 6 years 3 months
Research : 3 months
Industry : -
Others : 15.5 yrs (Air Force)
Area of Specializations: Wireless & Mobile Communication
14. Name : Preetam Kumar (On Study Leave)
Date of Birth : 01/10/1973
Educational Qualification: B.E., M.E.
Work Experience :
Teaching : 4
Research : 2
Industry : 1 ½ years
Area of Specializations: Digital Communication, Wireless Communication, Digital Signal
Processing
15. Name : V. K. Singh (On Study Leave)
Date of Birth :
Educational Qualification: B.E., M.Tech.
Work Experience :
Teaching :
Research :
Industry :
Area of Specializations:
16. Name : Prabhat Kumar Upadhyaya
Date of Birth : 27/08/1977
Educational Qualification: M.E. (ECE)
Work Experience :
Teaching : 4 Years
Research : -
Industry : -
Area of Specializations: Digital Signal Processing and VLSI
17. Name : Rajesh Kumar Lal
Date of Birth : 24/07/1976
Educational Qualification: Ph.D. M.Sc. (Electronics)
Work Experience :
Teaching : 1 year and 8 Months
Research : 4 Years 8 Months
Industry : - - --
Area of Specializations: Opto-electronic Devices, Solid State Devices.
18. Name : Mahesh Chandra Shrotriya
Date of Birth : 05/04/1969
Educational Qualification: M.Tech
Work Experience :
Teaching : 07 years
Research : 03 years
Industry : 15 years
Others : 2 1/2 Years
Area of Specializations: Speech Processing, DSP, Digital System
19. Name : Manish Goswami
Date of Birth : 26/11/1975
Educational Qualification: M.E. (Electronics & Comm.)
Work Experience :
Teaching : 4 years 6 months
Research : -
Industry : 1 year 3 months
Area of Specializations: Digital Signal Processing & VLSI Design
20. Name : M. K. Jha
Date of Birth : 19/07/1967
Educational Qualification: B.E.
Work Experience :
Teaching : 9 years
Research : 4 years
Industry : 6 years
Area of Specializations: Communication Engg.
21. Name : Neela Chhttoraj
Date of Birth : 13/04/1965
Educational Qualification: B.E. (ECE)
Work Experience :
Teaching : 4 years
Research : 4 years
Industry : -
Area of Specializations: Microwave Engg., Communication
22. Name : Shweta Srivastava
Date of Birth : 20/11/1976
Educational Qualification: Ph. D.
Work Experience :
Teaching : 5 years
Research : 3 years
Industry : -
Area of Specializations: Microwave Engineering
23. Name : Sukanta Kumar Dash
Date of Birth : 02/06/1972
Educational Qualification: M.E. (ECE)
Work Experience :
Teaching : 3 years
Research : -
Industry : 4 years
Area of Specializations: Fiber Optics, Optical Communication
24. Name : Dambarudhar Seth
Date of Birth : 07/06/1970
Educational Qualification: M. Tech
Work Experience :
Teaching : 9 years
Research : 6 months
Industry : -
Others : 4 ½ years
Area of Specializations: Wireless Communication & Computing, Wireless Networks,
Microprocessor
25. Name : Kartik Mahto
Date of Birth : 01/01/1972
Educational Qualification: M. E.
Work Experience :
Teaching : 9 years
Research : -
Industry : -
Area of Specializations: Instrumentation
26. Name : Bharat Gupta
Date of Birth : 30/11/1976
Educational Qualification: BE, M.TECH
Work Experience :
Teaching : 3 ½ years
Research : ½ years
Industry : -
Area of Specializations : Digital Image Processing, Analog and Digital Electronics
27. Name : Sanjeet Kumar
Date of Birth : 03/02/1976
Educational Qualification: M.E.
Work Experience :
Teaching : 4 Years
Research : 1 Year
Industry : -
Area of Specializations: Wireless communication, Antenna, Multimedia system and Digital
Image and Video processing
28. Name : J. Sahay
Date of Birth : 01/08/1977
Educational Qualification: M.E.
Work Experience :
Teaching : 3 years
Research : -
Industry : -
Area of Specializations: Microwave and communication
29. Name : Sanjay Shankar Tripathy
Date of Birth : 31/05/1981
Educational Qualification: M.E.(Instrumentation & Control)
Work Experience :
Teaching : 7 months
Research : -
Industry : -
Area of Specializations: Speech and Image processing
30. Name : Gajendra Kant Mishra
Date of Birth : 23/02/1983
Educational Qualification: M.E. (Microwave Engg.)
Work Experience :
Teaching : 6 months
Research : -
Industry : -
Area of Specializations: Mobile Communication
31. Name : Somnath Sengupta
Date of Birth : 02/02/1981
Educational Qualification: M.E.
Work Experience :
Teaching : 6 months
Research : -
Industry : -
Area of Specializations: Fiber optics communication and Sensors
32. Name : Aloke Saha
Date of Birth : 02/01/1981
Educational Qualification: M.E.
Work Experience :
Teaching : 6 months
Research : -
Industry : -
Area of Specializations: VLSI Design
33. Name : Vishal H. Saha
Date of Birth : 22/12/1978
Educational Qualification: M.Tech.
Work Experience :
Teaching : 3 years
Research : -
Industry : -
Area of Specializations: Electronics Design and Technology
34. Name : Aminul Islam
Date of Birth : 05/05/1967
Educational Qualification: M.E.
Work Experience :
Teaching : 6 Years
Research : -
Industry : -
Others : 21 years in IAF
Area of Specializations: Instrumentation and Control
35. Name : Avireni Srinivasulu
Date of Birth : 26/02/1963
Educational Qualification: M.E.
Work Experience :
Teaching : 17 ½ years
Research : -
Industry : -
Area of Specializations: Microelectronics and VLSI Design
36. Name : Manoj Kumar Mukul
Date of Birth : 20/11/1978
Educational Qualification: M.Sc.(Engg.)
Work Experience :
Teaching : 01 years
Research : -
Industry : -
Area of Specializations: Control Systems, Robotics
37. Name : Annapurna S.M.
Date of Birth : 08/01/1978
Educational Qualification: M.Tech. (Digital Electronics)
Work Experience :
Teaching : 01 years
Research : -
Industry : -
Area of Specializations: Digital Systems, Digital Signal Processing
38. Name : Vijay Nath
Date of Birth : 01/06/1976
Educational Qualification: PG DCN, M.Sc.(Electronics)
Work Experience :
Teaching : 4 years
Research : 4 years
Industry : -
Area of Specializations: VLSI Design, Embedded Systems
39. Name : Priyank Saxena
Date of Birth : 19/02/1984
Educational Qualification: M.E (Instrumentation & Control)
Work Experience :
Teaching : -
Research : 3 years and 9 months
Industry : -
Area of Specializations: Instrumentation & Control
40. Name : Anjini Kumar Tiwari
Date of Birth : 30/12/1972
Educational Qualification: B.Sc. Engg.
Work Experience :
Teaching : 3 years 5 months
Research : -
Industry : 1 year
Area of Specializations: Wireless Communication
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS
ENGINEERING
U.G. - B.E. (Electrical & Electronics Engineering)
P.G. - M.E.
i. Control System
ii. Power System
Name of the Programme : B.E. (Electrical and Electronics Engineering)
M.E. (Control System)
M.E. (Power System)
Approved Intake : B.E. - 60
M.E. - 24
Fees charged (per annum) in Rs. : B.E. - 56,000/-
M.E. - 47,000/-
Pass percentage during the last 5 years: > 90%
Teacher Student Ratio : 1:12
No. of Faculty Members :
Cadre Number
Professor : 6
Asst. Professor : 5
Lecturer : 13
Assoc. Lecturer : 3
Faculty Profile :
Qualification No. of Faculty
Ph.D. : 7
Post Graduate : 18
Under Graduate : 3
Experience of Faculty :
Number of Faculty with
Less than 5 years : 12
5 to 10 years : 06
More than 10 years : 10
Industrial Consultancy, Research and Development (during the past 5 years):
Amount of Industrial Consultancy earned (in lakhs of Rupees) : 0.04
No. of sponsored research projects completed : 10
No. of patents produced : Nil
No. of sponsored research projects in progress : 1
No. of papers published in International journals : 12
No. of papers published in National journals : 08
No. of papers presented in International Conferences / Seminars : 54
No. of papers presented in National Conferences / Seminars : 109
No. of International Conferences conducted : Nil
No. of National Conferences conducted : 03
No. of Training Programmes / Short Term Courses conducted 16
Placement Record for the previous year:
No. of Companies who visited the Campus : 76
Names and Details of companies who visited the campus
along with No. of Students placed
: See Annexure
No. of Students placed through campus recruitment : 62
Maximum salary drawn (in Rs.) : 9.10 Laksh P.A.
Average salary drawn (in Rs.) : 3.5 Lakhs P.A.
Budget Allocation for the Programme (in Rs.):
Recurring :
Non Recurring:
New initiatives and future vision, if any:
New courses to be introduced for ME program in Power
electronics, drives & Technology development,
Standards and calibration of electrical and electronics
equipments, System Biology to be introduced in ME
program.
Block Grant
Details of individual faculty members
1. Name : Dr. B. M. Karan
Date of Birth : 22/03/1944
Qualification : Ph.D
Professional Experience: 39 Years
Research Interest : Control System, Soft Computing,
Signal Processing and System Biology.
2. Name : D. Bhagat
Date of Birth : 04/04/1947
Qualification : M.Sc.(Eng.) Control System
Professional Experience: 31 Years
Research Interest : Power Electronics & Microprocessor
3. Name : Dr. R. C. Prasad
Date of Birth : 04/07/1942
Qualification : Ph.D.
Professional Experience: 41 Years
Research Interest : Electromagnetic & Plasma,
Electrical Machines, System Theory
4. Name : Dr. R. C. Jha
Date of Birth : 10/03/1960
Qualification : Ph.D.
Professional Experience: 20 Years
Research Interest : Power System.
5. Name : Nagesh Pathak
Date of Birth : 04/07/1943
Qualification : M.Sc.(Eng.)
Professional Experience: 37 Years
Research Interest : Control System.
6. Name : B. P. Roy
Date of Birth : 07/05/1945
Qualification : M.Sc.(Eng.)
Professional Experience: 41 Years
Research Interest : Control System.
7. Name : R. K. Narayan
Date of Birth : 13/10/1949
Qualification : M.E
Professional Experience: 30 Years
Research Interest : -
8. Name : Dr. B. N. Das
Date of Birth : 16/02/1944
Qualification : Ph.D.
Professional Experience: 39 Years
Research Interest : Communication, Digital System Design
9. Name : P. R. Thakura.
Date of Birth : 01/07/1963
Qualification : M.E.
Professional Experience: 19 Years
Research Interest : Power Electronics & Drives
10. Name : N. L. Nath
Date of Birth : 08/10/1954
Qualification : Ph.D.
Professional Experience: 25 Years
Research Interest : Control Eng.
11. Name : Dr. D. K. Mohanta
Date of Birth : 03/05/1968
Qualification : Ph.D.
Professional Experience: 9 Years
Research Interest : Power Systems Reliability,
Digital Signal Processing.
12. Name : Dr. T. Ghose
Date of Birth : 19/11/1966
Qualification : Ph.D.
Professional Experience: 8 Years
Research Interest : Soft Computing in Power Systems Analysis,
Operation & Control.
13. Name : Mrs. S. Ray(Chakraborty)
Date of Birth : 30/05/1965
Qualification : M.Tech.
Professional Experience: 10 Years
Research Interest : Instrumentation and Measurement
14. Name : P. K. Upadhyay
Date of Birth : 12/06/1974
Qualification : M.Sc.
Professional Experience: 6 Years
Research Interest : Neural Network, Signal Processing
15. Name : K. C. Jana
Date of Birth : 01/08/1976
Qualification : M.Tech
Professional Experience: 4 Years
Research Interest : Power Electronics and Drives
16. Name : Avinash Kishore
Date of Birth : 01/03/1979
Qualification : M.Tech.
Professional Experience: 3 ½ Years
Research Interest : Induction Generator, Machines and Drives,
Controland Automation
17. Name : Abhinash Prasad
Date of Birth : 01/03/1979
Qualification : B.Sc.(Eng.)
Professional Experience: 7 Years
Research Interest : Electrical Engg.
18. Name : C. K. Panigrahi
Date of Birth : 06/01/1967
Qualification : Ph.D. (Submitted)
Professional Experience: 16 Years
Research Interest : Power Systems Operation & Control,
Deregulation, Soft computing techniques, Electrical Machines
19. Name : M. Jayabharta Reddy
Date of Birth : 29/08/1980
Qualification : M. E.
Professional Experience: 3 Years
Research Interest : Digital Signal Processing & Power System
20. Name : Mrs. A. Mohapatra
Date of Birth : 03/05/1975
Qualification : B. E.
Professional Experience: 3 Years
Research Interest : Control System
21. Name : Ms. Vijaya Laxmi
Date of Birth : 20/08/1979
Qualification : M. E.
Professional Experience: 5 Years
Research Interest : Robotics, Image Processing, Control System
22. Name : Prem Prakash
Date of Birth : 02/02/1977
Qualification : M. E.
Professional Experience: 6 Years
Research Interest: High Voltage Engineering
23. Name : Ritesh Kumar Keshri
Date of Birth : 09/11/1978
Qualification : M.Tech
Professional Experience: 3 Years
Research Interest : Power Electronics, Modern control system,
Electric Drives and System Modeling, Power System
24. Name : S. G. Kadwane
Date of Birth : 28/08/1977
Qualification : M. E.
Professional Experience: 6 Years
Research Interest : Control System
25. Name : S. Ghosh
Date of Birth : 01/01/1977
Qualification : M. E.
Professional Experience:
Research Interest : Control System
26. Name : S. Samanta
Date of Birth : 01/01/1977
Qualification : M. E.
Professional Experience:
Research Interest : Control System
27. Name : Supriya Kr. Ghosh.
Date of Birth : 02/03/1980
Qualification : M.Tech
Professional Experience: 03 Years
Research Interest : Industrial Drives
28. Name : SUSHMA S. K.
Date of Birth : 05/02/1982
Qualification : B. E.
Professional Experience: 01 Year
Research Interest : Control System
DEPARTMENT OF PRODUCTION ENGINEERING
U.G. - B.E. (Production)
P.G. - M.E. (Automated Manufacturing System)
Name of the Programme : B.E. (Production)
M.E. (Automated Manufacturing System)
Approved Intake : B.E. - 30
M.E. - 25
Fees charged (per annum) in Rs. : B.E. - 56,000/-
M.E. - 47,000/-
Pass percentage during the last 5 years: >90%
Teacher Student Ratio : 18:120
No. of Faculty Members : 18
Cadre Number
Professor : 01
Reader : 06
Lecturer : 11
Faculty Profile :
Qualification No. of Faculty
Ph.D. : 09
Post Graduate : 08
Under Graduate : 01
Experience of Faculty :
Number of Faculty with
Less than 5 years : 01
5 to 10 years : 10
More than 10 years : 07
Industrial Consultancy, Research and Development (during the past 5 years):
Amount of Industrial Consultancy earned (in lakhs of Rupees) : Nil.
No. of sponsored research projects completed : 05
No. of patents produced : 03 (applied for
approval)
No. of sponsored research projects in progress : 02
No. of papers published in International journals : 21
No. of papers published in National journals : 10
No. of papers presented in International Conferences / Seminars : 11
No. of papers presented in National Conferences / Seminars : 69
No. of International Conferences conducted : 02
No. of National Conferences conducted : 20
No. of Training Programmes / Short Term Courses conducted : 05
Placement Record for the previous year :
No. of Companies who visited the Campus : 30
Names and Details of companies who visited the campus
along with No. of Students placed
: See Annexure
No. of Students placed through campus recruitment : 18
Maximum salary drawn (in Rs.) : 4.8 Lakhs P.A.
Average salary drawn (in Rs.) : 3.2 Lakhs P.A.
Budget Allocation for the Programme (in Rs.) :
Recurring :
Non Recurring:
New initiatives : M.E. – 1. Safety & Maintenance Engg.
N.F.D. in Metallurgy for employee of Tata Steel.
Documentation & Standardisation of Lab. & course work.
Self learning concept in syllabus.
Block Grant
Future vision, if any : 1. To make the department a centre of excellence in the field of
micro & precision manufacturing.
2. B.E.- i. Metallurgy
ii. Basics of Design & Manufacturing
iii. Control System & its application
3. B.E. (Elective)
i. Maintenance Technology & Safety Engg.
ii. Eco- Friendly Manufacturing
iii. System Dynamics
4. Advance Welding Technology
Details of individual faculty members
1. Name : Surender Kumar
Date of Birth : 22/05/1944
Qualification : B.E. (Mechanical Engineering), M.E., Ph.D.
Professional Experience:
Teaching & Research : 35 Years
Research Interest : Manufacturing Tribology, Tool Engineering, Industrial Robotics and
Flexible Manufacturing, Mechanics of Forming Processes,
Manufacturing strategies
2. Name : Mr. Rajeev Agrawal
Date of Birth : 01/12/1975
Educational Qualification: M.E. (Production)
Professional Experience: 8 Years 7 Months
Research Interest : E-Manufacturing, Advanced Planning and Scheduling
3. Name : Mr. Joyjeet Ghose
Date of Birth : 19/11/1974
Educational Qualification: M.E., B.E.
Professional Experience: 5 Years
Research Interest : Metallic foams, Material Characterization,
Material Deformation Process, Conventional Machining, & CAD/CAM
4. Name : Dr. Alok Varma
Date of Birth : 16/08/1954
Educational Qualification: Ph.D.
Professional Experience: 29 Years
Research Interest : Industrial Engg., Automation
5. Name : Mr. S. Mutthukumaran
Date of Birth : 24/05/1972
Educational Qualification: M.Tech.
Professional Experience: 07 Years
Research Interest : Friction Stirwelding, Friction Welding and Metallurgy
6. Name : Dr. Vinay Sharma
Date of Birth : 01/07/1970
Educational Qualification: Ph.D.
Professional Experience: -
Research Interest : Precision, Manufacturing
7. Name : Dr. Ritesh Kr. Singh
Date of Birth : 22/06/1974
Educational Qualification: Ph.D., M.E., B.E.
Professional Experience: 7 Years
Research Interest : Continues Improvement Technique. i.e.
Lean Manufacturing, TOC, Six Sigma ctc.
Application of computation Intelligence Techniques in various
aspects of Manufacturing, planning and conduct.
8. Name : Dr. Sanjay Kr. Jha
Date of Birth : 17/07/1973
Educational Qualification: B.E., M.E., Ph.D.
Professional Experience:
Teaching : 10 ½ Years
Research Interest : Casting
9. Name : Mr. A.K. Thakur
Date of Birth : 01/01/1954
Educational Qualification: B.Sc. Engg.(Met), M.Tech.
Professional Experience: 30 Years
Research Interest : Metallurgical Engg.
10. Name : Mr. S. C. Srivastava
Date of Birth : 29/09/1973
Educational Qualification: M.E.
Professional Experience: 6 Years
Research Interest : Industrial Engg., CAD/CAM
11. Name : Mr. Vijay Pandey
Date of Birth : 22/06/1973
Educational Qualification: M.E.(CAD/CAM)
Professional Experience: 7 ½ Years
Research Interest : CAD, CAM, Robotics
12. Name : Dr. B. K. Singh
Date of Birth : 18/07/1960
Educational Qualification: B.Tech.(Prod), M.E.(Mech), Ph.D. (Engg)
Professional Experience: 21 Years
Research Interest : Work design and Ergonomics
Human Factors Engg. Manufacturing Automation, Welding
13. Name : Dr. L . N. Pattanaik
Date of Birth : 20/06/1969
Educational Qualification: Ph.D.(Engg.)
Professional Experience: 9 ½ Years (Teaching & Research)
Research Interest : Manufacturing System optimization, Metal Matrix Composites
Quality Engineering
14. Name : Mr. Saranjit Singh
Date of Birth : 13/12/1972
Educational Qualification: B.E., M.Tech., Ph.D.
Professional Experience: 7 ½ Years
Research Interest : Material Processing Technologies like PM forging,
rolling etc. Sustainable & Innovative Manufacturing,
Quality Engineering & Management
15. Name : Mr. Atul Anand
Date of Birth : 19/07/1952
Educational Qualification: B.E.(Prod), MBA
Professional Experience:
Teaching : 24 Years
Industry : 7 Years
Research Interest : Manufactory & Inf. System
16. Name : Dr. A. N. Sinha
Date of Birth : 13/10/1973
Educational Qualification: Ph.D.
Professional Experience: 3 Years 10 Months
Research Interest : Modeling of Manufacturing Process
17. Name : Kapil Deo Prasad
Date of Birth : 18/01/1960
Educational Qualification: B.Tech. (Prod), M.E. (Prod)
Professional Experience: 14 Years (Industry)
Research Interest : Metal Matrix Composites
DEPARTMENT OF REMOTE SENSING
M.Tech. (Remote Sensing)
Name of the Programme : M.Tech. (Remote Sensing)
Approved Intake : M.Tech. - 18
Fees charged (per annum) in Rs. : 43,000/-
Pass percentage during the last 5 years: 100%
Teacher Student Ratio : 1:3
No. of Faculty Members : 10
Cadre Number
Professor : 2
Reader : 3
Lecturer : 5
Faculty Profile :
Qualification No. of Faculty
Ph.D. : 6
Post Graduate : 4
Under Graduate : -
Experience of Faculty :
Number of Faculty with
Less than 5 years : -
5 to 10 years : -
More than 10 years : -
Industrial Consultancy, Research and Development (during the past 5 years):
Amount of Industrial Consultancy earned (in lakhs of Rupees) : 22 Lakhs
No. of sponsored research projects completed : 2
No. of patents produced : Nil
No. of sponsored research projects in progress : 3
No. of papers published in International journals : 7
No. of papers published in National journals : 17
No. of papers presented in International Conferences / Seminars : 21
No. of papers presented in National Conferences / Seminars : 44
No. of International Conferences conducted : Nil
No. of National Conferences conducted : 2
No. of Training Programmes / Short Term Courses conducted : 1
Placement Record for the previous year NA
No. of Companies who visited the Campus : NA
Names and Details of companies who visited the campus
along with No. of Students placed
: NA
No. of Students placed through campus recruitment : NA
Maximum salary drawn (in Rs.) : NA
Average salary drawn (in Rs.) : NA
Budget Allocation for the Programme (in Rs.) :
Recurring :
Non Recurring :
New initiatives and future vision, if any : -
Block Grant
Details of individual faculty members
1. Name : Dr. M. S Nathawat
Date of Birth : 10/03/1958
Educational Qualification: M.Phill., Ph.D., PG Diploma in RS
Work Experience :
Teaching : 11 Years
Industry : -
Research : 26 Years
Others : 13 Years (Administrative)
2. Name : Dr. Nilanchal Patel
Date of Birth : 01/08/1962
Educational Qualification: M.Tech, Ph.D.
Work Experience :
Teaching : 12 Years
Industry : 1 month
Research : 22 Years
3. Name : Dr. A. K. Singh
Date of Birth : 05/09/1949
Educational Qualification: M.Sc., Ph.D.
Work Experience :
Teaching : 30 Years
Industry : 1 Year
Research : 24 Years
Other : 10 Years (Hostel) + 1 Year (Secretary of Staff Club)
4. Name : Dr. R. Sivakumar
Date of Birth : 10/05/1968
Educational Qualification: M.Sc., M.Tech., Ph.D.
Experience :
Teaching : 11 Years
Industry : 4 Years
Research : 16 Years
Other : 5 Years (Administrative)
5. Name : Dr. A. P. Krishna
Date of Birth : 07/06/1962
Educational Qualification: M.Tech., Ph.D.
Work Experience :
Teaching : 10 Years
Industry : -
Research : 22 Years
Other : 5 Years (Administrative)
6. Name : Dr. A. C. Pandey
Date of Birth : 13/10/1970
Educational Qualification: M.Sc., Ph.D., PG Diploma in RS
Work Experience :
Teaching : 3 Years
Industry : 2 Years
Research : 14 Years
Other : 3 Years (Administrative)
7. Name : Mr. S. Chellaiah
Date of Birth : 28/05/1961
Educational Qualification: M.Sc, M.Tech.
Work Experience :
Teaching : 20 Years
Industry : 1 Year
Research : -
Other : 1 Year
8. Name : Mrs. R. N. K. Sharma
Date of Birth : 13/02/1962
Educational Qualification: M.Sc.
Work Experience :
Teaching : 5 Years
Industry : -
Research : 3 Years
9. Name : Mr. Roheet Bhatnagar (On Study Leave)
Date of Birth : 09/01/1974
Educational Qualification: B.E., M.Tech.
Work Experience :
Teaching : 4 Years
Industry : 4 Years
Research : 4.5 Years
Other : 3 Years
10. Name : Mr. V. S. Rathore
Date of Birth : 07/03/1968
Educational Qualification: M.Sc.
Work Experience :
Teaching : 7 Years
Industry : 2 Years
Research : 15 Years
11. Name : Mrs. P. Zahra
Date of Birth : 07/03/1971
Educational Qualification: Ph. D
Work Experience :
Teaching : 3 Years
Industry : -
Research : -
12. Name : Mr. Nitish Kumar Sinha
Date of Birth : 09/05/1977
Educational Qualification: B.Sc., M.C.A.
Work Experience :
Teaching : 1 Year
Industry : 1 Year
Research : -
DEPARTMENT OF POLYMER ENGINEERING
U.G. - B.E. (Polymer Engineering)
P.G. - M.E. (Polymer Engineering)
Name of the Programme : B.E. (Polymer Engineering)
M.E. (Polymer Engineering)
Approved Intake : B.E. - 30
M.E. - 18
Fees charged (per annum) in Rs. : B.E. - 56,000/-
M.E. - 47,000/-
Pass percentage during the last 5 years: 100%
Teacher Student Ratio : 12:6 (based on intake & all semesters)
No. of Faculty Members :
Cadre Number
Professor : 01
Asst. Professor : 00
Sr Lecturer : 03
Lecturer : 04
Scientific Officer : 01
Faculty Profile :
Qualification No. of Faculty
Ph.D. : 07
Post Graduate : 02
Experience of Faculty :
Number of Faculty with
Less than 5 years : 02
5 to 10 years : 04
More than 10 years : 03
Industrial Consultancy, Research and Development (during the past 5 years):
Amount of Industrial Consultancy earned (in lakhs of Rupees) : Rs. 77,994.00
No. of sponsored research projects completed : 4
No. of patents produced : NIL
No. of sponsored research projects in progress : 1
No. of papers published in International journals : 34
No. of papers published in National journals : 1
No. of papers presented in International Conferences I Seminars: 25
No. of papers presented in National Conferences I Seminars : 8
No. of International Conferences conducted : NIL
No. of National Conferences conducted : NIL
No. of Training Programmes I Short Term Courses conducted : 1
Placement Record for the previous year :
No. of Companies who visited the Campus : 5
Names and Details of companies who visited thecampus
along with No. of Students placed : 1. TCS
2. CTS
3. Lowel Tech USA
4. IIT
5. Sri Chitra Institute
No. of Students placed through campus recruitment : 6
Maximum salary drawn (in Rs.) : 2.5 lakhs PA
Average salary drawn (in Rs.) : 2.5 lakhs PA
Budget Allocation for the Programme (in Rs.) :
Recurring :
Non-Recurring:
New initiatives and future vision, if any:
Major thrust areas for current and future research
are on the areas of Biomaterials, Conducting polymers, composites, polymeric membrane for fuel
cell, fuel from waste polymer, direct contact membrane distillation for water desalination.
Block Grant
Details of individual faculty members
1. Name : Dr. (Mrs.) Mandira Mukherjee
Date of Birth : 16/06/1954
Educational Qualification: B.Tech.(Hons), Chemical Engg., M.Sc.(Engg),
Ph.D. (Chemical Engineering)
Work Experience :
Teaching : 27 years
Research : 29 years
Industry : 1 year
Others : Dean Doctoral Research and Professional
Deveopment Programme, BIT (Dec.2003 –Nov. 04)
Dean Development Programme, BIT (since Dec. 04)
Presently also coordinating World Bank, Funded, TEQIP
Research Interest : Mass transfer, Polymer processing, Polymer Rheology,
Polymer recycling.
2. Name : Chandan Guria
Date of Birth : 03/03/1967
Educational Qualification: B.Sc. (Chemistry), B.Tech.(Chemical Engg.),
M.E.(Chemical Engg.),
Ph.D. (Chemical Engg.) pursuing
Work Experience :
Teaching : 8 Years
Research : 10 Years
Industry : 6 Years
Research Interest : Specialty Polymer (Synthesis & Characterization)
Process Modeling, Simulation & Optimization, Polymer Recycle
3. Name : Akhil Kumar Sen
Date of Birth : 16/03/1968
Educational Qualifications: M.Sc. (Organic Chem.), M.Tech. (Polymer),
Ph.D. (Colloid and Interfacial Science)
Work Experience:
Teaching : 3 Years
Research : 1½ Year
Industry : 4 Years
Research Interest : Polymer Optical Fiber, Conducting Polymer, Interfacial Adsorption,
Microwave Absorbable Coatings, Polymer Light Emitting Diode,
Specialty Polymers.
4. Name : Dr. (Mrs.)Sudipta Sharma (Goswami)
Date of Birth : 24/10/1970
Educational Qualification: B.Sc.(Chemistry),
B.Tech.(Plastics & Rubber Tech.),
M.Tech.(Polymer Science & Tech.),
Ph.D.(Polymer Science Tech.)
Work Experience :
Teaching : 6 Years
Research : 10 Years
Industry : ½ Year
Others : 1 Year (Research Associate)
Research Interest : Specialty Polymer (Synthesis & Characterization), Polymer Blends
and IPNs, composites, Polymers for Biomedical application
5. Name : Dr. Gautam Sarkhel
Date of Birth : 01/01/1975
Educational Qualification: B.Sc. (Chemistry),
B.Tech.(Polymer Science and Tech.),
M.Tech.(Polymer Science and Tech.),
Ph.D. (Chemical Engineering)
Work Experience :
Teaching : 6 Years
Research : 6 ½ Years
Industry : -
Research Interest : Polymer Composites, Polymer synthesis, Thermoplastic Elastomers,
Elastomer processing, Polymer Blends, polymer recycling, polymeric
membrane
6. Name : Dr. Paramartha Mukhopadhyay
Date of Birth : 09/04/1960
Educational Qualification: B.E. (Chemical Engineering),
M.Tech.(Chemical Engineering),
Ph.D. (Chemical Engineering)
Work Experience :
Teaching : 16 Years
Research : 10 Years
Industry : -
Research Interest : Chemical Reaction Engg., Fuels, Transport Phenomena,
Process Control, Polymer Recycle
7. Name : Dr. Chandan Datta
Date of Birth : 13/08/1970
Educational Qualification: B.Sc.(Chemistry),
M.Tech.(Polymer Science and Tech.),
Ph.D.(Polymer Science and Tech.)
Work Experience :
Teaching : 2 ½ Year
Research : 8 years
Industry : -
Research Interest : Polymer Composites, Polymer synthesis,
Thermoplastic Elastomers, Biodegradable and
biocompatible polymers, Surface Coatings
8. Name : Subhash Lahane
Date of Birth : 23/08/1980.
Educational Qualification: B.E. (Mechanical Engineering),
M.Tech. (Fuels & Combustion),
Work Experience :
Teaching : 1 ½ Year
Research : -
Industry : -
Research Interest : Heat Transfer, Computational Fluid Dynamics, Combustion, Rapid
Prototyping, Modeling, Simulation & Optimization.
9. Name : Kaushik Kumar
Date of Birth : 08/05/1968
Educational Qualification: B.Tech.(Mechanical), MBA (Marketing),
Ph.D.(Virtual Manufacturing) ongoing
Work Experience :
Teaching : 7 Years
Research : -
Industry: 11 Years
Research Interest: Virtual Manufacturing, Die and Mould Design, Die and Mould
Fabrication, Rapid Prototyping, Designing and analysis software
10. Name : Dr. Arup Chaudhary
Date of Birth : 14/01/1975.
Educational Qualification: B.Sc.(Chemistry Hons),
M.Sc.(Organic Chemistry),
Ph.D.(Polymer Recycle)
Work Experience :
Teaching : ½ Year
Research : 4 Years
Industry : -
Research Interest : Specialty Polymer (Synthesis & Characterization), Polymer
Composite & Bio-Composite, Polymer Recycling
DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
U.G. - B.E. (Mechanical Engineering)
P.G. - M.E. (Mechanical Engineering)
Name of the Programme : B.E. (Mechanical)
M.E. (Mechanical)
Approved Intake : B.E. - 90
M.E. - 12
Fees charged (per annum in Rs.) : B.E. - 56,000/-
M.E. - 47,000/-
Pass percentage during the last 5 years: 96%
Teacher Student Ratio : B.E. - 1:11
M.E. - 1:2
No. of Faculty Members : 25
Cadre Number
Professor : 03
Asst. Professor : 05
Lecturer : 17
Faculty Profile :
Qualification : No. of faculty
D.Sc. : 01
Ph.D. : 06
Postgraduate : 18
Undergraduate : Nil
Experience of Faculty :
Number of Faculty with
Less than 5 years : 06
5 to 10 years : 06
More than 10 years : 13
Industrial Consultancy, Research and Development (during the past years):
Amount of Industrial Consultancy earned (in lakhs of Rupees) : 6.00
No. of sponsored research projects completed : 02
No. of patents produced : 02
No. of sponsored research projects in progress : 03
No. of papers published in International Journals : 12
No. of Papers published in National Journals : 18
No. of papers presented in International Conferences/Seminar : 14
No. of papers presented in National Conferences/Seminars : 34
No. of International Conferences conducted : 01
No. of National Conferences conducted : 04
No. of Training programmes/Short Term Courses conducted : 03
Placement Record for the previous year 2005-06
No. of Companies who visited the Campus : 29
Names and Details of companies who visited the campus along
With No. of Students placed : Attached
No. of Students placed through campus recruitment : 98
Maximum salary drawn (in Rs.) : Rs. 3.50 Lakhs
Average salary drawn (in Rs.) : Rs. 2.60 Lakhs
Budget Allocation for the Programme (in Rs.) :
Recurring :
Non Recurring :
Block Grant
New initiatives and future vision, if any:
The Department has been concentrating upon the following Major Research Areas:
1. Smart Materials & Intelligent Systems: The Department is actively engaged in developing
Smart Materials and Intelligent Systems based on the discovery of Emission of
Electromagnetic Radiation during Plastic deformation and crack propagation from metals
and alloys, reported by faculty member of this department.
2. Energy: Renewable Energy Resources for the benefit of rural masses have been
systematically explored and established.
3. Solid Modeling in Bio-Engineering: Solid modeling of artificial human Limbs and final
product are under active progress.
4. Micro-Mechanical Systems: Micro-Mechanical behavior of new materials has been an
active area of research.
5. Fuel Cells and Combustion: Research work in this discipline has been initiated.
6. Robotics and Automation: Research work in this area is under progress.
Details of individual faculty members
1. Name : Dr. Ashok Misra
Date of Birth : 01/04/1946
Education Qualification: D.Sc.
Work Experience :
Teaching : 40 Years
Research : 36 Years
Industry : -
Area of Specializations: Fracture, Materials Science, Energy
2. Name : Dr. A.N. Sinha
Date of Birth : 20/01/1957
Education Qualification: B.E.(Mech.), M.Tech., Ph.D.
Work Experience:
Teaching : 22 Years
Research : 15 Years
Industry : 04 Years
Area of Specializations: Tribo-Design, CAD Modeling, Analysis & Optimization
3. Name : Dr. Kaushal Kishore Shrivastava
Date of Birth : 30/06/1951
Education Qualification: B.Sc. (Engg.), M.Sc.(Engg.), Ph.D.
Work Experience :
Teaching : 31 Years
Research : 28 Years
Industry : -
Area of Specializations: Hydraulic & Pneumatic transportation, Cavitation Erosion,
Solar Energy, Acoustics.
4. Name : Dr. Arbind Kumar
Date of Birth : 30/08/1963
Education Qualification: B.E., M.E., Ph.D.
Work Experience :
Teaching : 20 Years
Research : 15 Years
Industry : 08 Months
Area of Specializations: Heat Power, Non-Conventional Energy
5. Name : Sri P. K. Choudhary
Date of Birth : 01/07/1947
Education Qualification: M.E.
Work Experience :
Teaching : 35 Years
Research : -
Industry : -
Area of Specializations: Heat Power, Kinematics of Machinery
6. Name : Dr. Arbind Kumar - II
Date of Birth :
Education Qualification: B.E., M.E., Ph.D.
Work Experience :
Teaching : 12 Years
Research : 06 Years
Industry : 01 Years
Area of Specializations: Design and Production Engg., CAD, Fracture of Materials
7. Name : Dr. Rabindra Prasad Sharma
Date of Birth : 01/08/1960
Education Qualification: M.E.(Heat Power), M.Tech.(Computer Sc.), Ph.D.
Work Experience :
Teaching : 22 years
Research : 07 years
Industry : -
Area of Specializations: Heat Transfer, N.C.E. & CAD
8. Name : Apurba Kumar Roy
Date of Birth : 20/01/1965
Educational Qualification: Ph.D.
Work Experience :
Teaching : 08 years
Research : 01 years
Industry : 07 years
Area of Specializations: Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Engineering
9. Name : Sri Devdas Bhikulal Lata
Date of Birth : 16/06/1963
Education Qualification: M.E. (Mechanical)
Work Experience :
Teaching : 08 years
Research : -
Industry : 12 Years
Area of Specializations: I.C. Engines
10. Name : Sri Girish Pathak
Date of Birth : 15/01/1958
Education Qualification: M.E.(Mech.)
Work Experience :
Teaching : 23 years
Research : -
Industry : -
Area of Specializations: Mechanical Design
11. Name : Sri S. K. Sinha
Date of Birth : 07/05/1953
Education Qualification: B.Sc., B.E., LLB, M.B.A., M.Tech.
Work Experience :
Teaching : 21 years
Research : -
Industry : 02 years
Area of Specializations: Industrial Engineering & Thermal Turbo Machines
12. Name : Sri B. S. Choudhary
Date of Birth : 31/05/1968
Education Qualification: B.Sc.(Engg.) Mechanical, M.Tech
Work Experience :
Teaching : 06 years
Research : -
Industry : 05 years
Area of Specializations: Design
13. Name : Sri Rajeev Kumar
Date of Birth : 26/02/1976
Education Qualification: B.E.(Mechanical), M.E.(Heat Power)
Work Experience :
Teaching : 04 years
Research : 04 Months
Industry : 01 year
Others : ½ Year (sales engineer)
Area of Specializations: Thermal, Material Science
14. Name : Ms. Richa Pandey
Date of Birth : 06/07/1972
Education Qualification: M.E. (CAD/CAM)
Work Experience :
Teaching : 04 years
Research : 02 years
Industry : 02 Years
Area of Specializations: Mechatronics, CAD/CAM
15. Name : Sri Jeeoot Singh
Date of Birth : 01/01/1975
Education Qualification: M.Tech.
Work Experience :
Teaching : 4 ½ years
Research : -
Industry : 1 year
Area of Specializations: C.F.D, Design Engg.
16. Name : Sri Vishal Singh Chauhan
Date of Birth : 06/12/1977
Education Qualification: M.Tech.
Work Experience :
Teaching : 04 years
Research : -
Industry : -
Area of Specializations: Design Engg.
17. Name : Sri Ranjeet Ranjan
Date of Birth : 01/03/1977
Education Qualification: M.E, B.Tech.(Mechanical)
Work Experience :
Teaching : 03 years
Research : -
Industry : 03 years
Area of Specializations: Heat Power
18. Name : Sri Raghvendra Kumar Mishra
Date of Birth : 11/02/1972
Education Qualification: M. Tech.
Work Experience :
Teaching : 05 years
Research : 1.5 years
Industry : 04 years
Area of Specializations: Analysis of Composites, Meshless Methods
19. Name : Sri Vivek Kumar Gaba
Date of Birth : 10/10/1978
Education Qualification: M.E.
Work Experience :
Teaching : 2 ½ Years
Research : -
Industry : -
Area of Specializations: Thermal Engineering
20. Name : Sri Om Prakash Pandey
Date of Birth : 28/08/1973
Education Qualification: M.E.
Work Experience :
Teaching : 4½ Years
Research : -
Industry : -
Area of Specializations: Design of Process Machine
21. Name : Sri Sabin Kumar Mishra
Date of Birth : 05/09/1973
Education Qualification: M.Tech.(CAD/CAM)
Work Experience :
Teaching : 02 Years
Research : ½ Year
Industry : 03 years
Area of Specializations: CAC/CAM
22. Name : Sri Praveen Mishra
Date of Birth : 04/11/1976
Education Qualification: M.Tech.
Work Experience :
Teaching : 2 Years
Research : 1 ½ Year
Industry : 3 Years
Area of Specializations: CAD/CAM, Fluid Mechanics
23. Name : Sri Anand Kumar
Date of Birth : 05/12/1975
Education Qualification: M.Tech.
Work Experience :
Teaching : 3 Years
Research : ½ Months
Industry : -
Area of Specializations: Design
24. Name : Sri Bal Krishan Prabhakar
Date of Birth : 10/06/1953
Education Qualification: B.E., M.E., Ph.D. (Ongoing)
Work Experience :
Teaching : 17 Years
Research : -
Industry : 2 Years
Area of Specializations: Environment, Industrial Pollution Control
25.Name : Sri Sujeet Kumar Mishra
Date of Birth : 19/02/1975
Education Qualification: M.E.
Work Experience :
Teaching : 3 Years
Research : -
Industry : 8 Months
Area of Specializations: CAD/CAM, FEA, Fracture Mechanics
Names and Details of companies who visited the campus along With No. of
Students placed

DEPARTMENT OF BIOTECHNOLOGY
B.E. (Biotechnology)
Name of the Programme : B.E. (Biotech)
Approved Intake : 60
Fees charged (per annum) in Rs. : 56,000/-
Pass percentage during the last 5 years : 98%
Teacher Student Ratio : 1:10
No. of Faculty Members :
Cadre Number
Professor : 2
Asst. Professor : 1
Lecturer : 14
Faculty Profile :
Qualification No. of Faculty
Ph.D. : 11
Post Graduate : 6
Under Graduate : -
Experience of Faculty :
Number of Faculty with
Less than 5 years : 10
5 to 10 years : 4
More than 10 years : 3
Industrial Consultancy, Research and Development (during the past 5 years)
Amount of Industrial Consultancy earned (in lakhs of Rupees) : NIL
No. of sponsored research projects completed : NIL
No. of patents produced : NIL
No. of sponsored research projects in progress : 2
No. of papers published in International journals : 3
No. of papers published in National journals : 2
No. of papers presented in International Conferences / Seminars : 6
No. of papers presented in National Conferences / Seminars : 12
No. of International Conferences conducted : 1
No. of National Conferences conducted : 2
No. of Training Programmes / Short Term Courses conducted : NIL
Placement Record for the previous year
No. of Companies who visited the Campus : 76
Names and Details of companies who visited the campus
along with No. of Students placed
: See Annexure
No. of Students placed through campus recruitment : 53
Maximum salary drawn (in Rs.) : 9.10 Lakhs P.A.
Average salary drawn (in Rs.) : 3.5 Lakhs P.A.
Budget Allocation for the Programme (in Rs.) :
Recurring :
Non Recurring :
New initiatives and future vision, if any : -
Block Grant
Details of individual faculty members
1. Name : Dr. Ambarish S. Vidyarthi
Date of Birth : 22/02/1966
Qualifications : B.Tech., M.Tech., Ph.D.
Professional Experience: 16 Years
Research Interest : Bioprocess Engineering, Food Biotechnology,
Environmental Biotechnology, Down Stream Processing,
Value Addition to Waste Material, Pharmaceutical Biotechnology
2. Name : Dr. Kunal Mukhopadhyay
Date of Birth : 10/09/1963
Qualifications : M.Sc., Ph.D.
Work Experience :
Teaching : 04 Years
Research : 12 Years
Research Interest : Molecular Biology & Genetic Engineering
3. Name : Dr. Pratyoosh Shukla
Date of Birth : 02/04/1977
Qualifications : M.Sc., Ph.D.
Work Experience :
Teaching : 07 Years
Research : 05 Years
Research Interest : Microbial Biotechnology (Enzyme Technology),
Fungal Biotechnology, Medical Mycology
4. Name : Dr. Dev Mani Pandey
Date of Birth : 13/03/1972
Qualifications : M.Sc., Ph.D.
Work Experience :
Teaching : ½ Year
Research : 7 ½ Years
Research Interest : Plant Molecular Physiology, Proteomics, Functional Genomics
5. Name : Dr. Rajib Bandopadhyay
Date of Birth : 01/01/1974
Qualifications : M.Sc., Ph.D.
Work Experience :
Teaching : 1.7 Year
Research : 3 ½ Years
Research Interest : Plant Biotechnology
6. Name : Mr. Debabrata Garai
Date of Birth : 13.12.1973
Qualifications : B.Tech., M.Tech.
Work Experience :
Teaching : 4 Years
Research : 4 Years
Research Interest : Bioprocess Engineering
7. Name : Dr. Shashwati Ghosh (Sachan)
Date of Birth : 16/08/1976
Qualifications : MSc., PhD.
Work Experience :
Teaching : -
Research : 5 Years
Research Interest : Applied Microbiology
8. Name : Mr. Raju Poddar
Date of Birth : 03/01/1978
Qualifications : M.Sc., M.Tech. (Biotech)
Work Experience :
Teaching : 2 Years
Research : 4 Years
Research Interest : Molecular Modelling & Drug design, Bioinformatics, Biophysics
9. Name : Mr. Santosh Kumar Jha
Date of Birth : 26/01/1982
Qualifications : M.Sc. (Biotech), M.Tech. (Biochemical Engg.)
Work Experience :
Teaching : -
Research : -
Research Interest : Enzyme Technology, Immunology, Genetic Engineering
10. Name : Mr. Ashish Sachan
Date of Birth : 27/11/1976
Qualifications : M.Sc., M.Tech. , PhD. (Submitted)
Work Experience :
Teaching : -
Research : 4 ½ Years
Research Interest : Applied Microbiology, Environmental Biotechnology
11. Name : Dr. Padmini Padmanabhan
Date of Birth : 16/05/1961
Qualifications : B.Tech. (Chemical Engg.)
M.Tech. (Chemical Engg.), Ph.D.
Work Experience :
Teaching : 15 Years
Research Interest : Bioprocess Engineering, Enzyme Technology, Fermentation-
Technology
12. Name : Dr. Manoj Kumar Singh
Date of Birth : 15/01/1975
Qualifications : M.Sc., Ph.D.
Work Experience :
Teaching : -
Research : -
Research Interest : Bio-Physics, Nanoscience and Nanotechnology
13. Name : Dr. Pankaj Kr. Mishra
Date of Birth :
Qualifications : M.Sc., Ph. D.
Work Experience :
Teaching : -
Research : -
Research Interest : Medical Biotechnology
14. Name : Dr. Kanchan Phadwal
Date of Birth : 24/06/1973
Qualifications : M.Sc., Ph. D.
Work Experience :
Teaching : -
Research : -
Research Interest : Bioinformatics
15. Name : Dr. Sanjay Ghosh
Date of Birth : 25/04/1973
Qualifications : M.Sc., Ph. D.
Work Experience :
Teaching : -
Research : -
Research Interest : Molecular Genetics
16. Name : Mr. Harmeet Singh
Date of Birth : 03/01/1973
Qualifications : M.Sc.
Work Experience :
Teaching : -
Research : -
Research Interest : Cellular & Molecular Biology
17. Name : Ms. Supreet Kaur
Date of Birth : 06/09/1978
Qualifications : M.Sc.
Work Experience :
Teaching : -
Research : -
Research Interest : Biochemistry
DEPARTMENT OF SPACE ENGINEERING &
ROCKETRY
M.E. (Space Engg. and Rocketry)
i. Aerodynamics
ii. Rocket Propulsion
M.Tech. ( Fuels & Combustion)
Name of the Programme : M.E. (Space Engg. and Rocketry)
i. Aerodynamics
ii. Rocket Propulsion
M.Tech. ( Fuels & Combustion)
Approved Intake : M.E. - 24
M.Tech. - 25
Fees charged (per annum) in Rs. : 47,000/-
Pass percentage during the last 5 years: 100 %
Teacher Student Ratio : 1:3
No. of Faculty Members : 8
Cadre Number
Professor : 4
Asst. Professor : -
Lecturer : 4
Faculty Profile :
Qualification No. of Faculty
Ph. D. : 5
Post Graduate : 3
Under Graduate : -
Experience of Faculty :
Number of Faculty with
Less then 5 years : 2
5 to 10 years : 1
More than 10 years : 5
Industrial Consultancy, Research and Development (during the past 5 years)
Amount of Industrial Consultancy earned (in lakhs of Rupees) : Nil
No. of sponsored research projects completed : 03
No. of patents produced : Nil
No. of sponsored research projects in progress : 07
No. of papers published in International Journals : 08
No. of papers published in National Journals : 05
No. of papers presented in International Conferences / Seminars : 11
No. of papers presented in National Conferences / Seminars : 31
No. of International Conferences conducted : 01
No. of National Conferences conducted : 03
No. of Training Programmes / Short Term Courses conducted : 02
Placement Record for the pervious year
No. of Companies who visited the Campus : NA
Name and Details of companies who visited the Campus : NA
along with No. of Students placed
No. of Students placed through Campus recruitment : 1
Maximum salary drawn (in Rs.) : 3.2 Lakhs P.A.
Average salary drawn ( in Rs.) : 3.2 Lakhs P.A.
Budget allocation for the Programme (in Rs.)
Recurring :
Non Recurring:
Block Grant
New initiatives and future vision, if any :
The Department, first and only in the country, established in 1964, aims to continue
training and providing research exposure to engineers and scientists in the broad area of Space
Technologies and Engineering. The Department has taken initiatives to become a Centre of
Excellence by undertaking collaborative programmes with ISRO and DRDL as well as with foreign
Universities. Several areas including Characterization of Rocket Propellants and Igniters, Gelled
Reaction Control Systems, Combustion Studies of Eco-friendly Composite Propellants, Cryogenic
Propulsion Systems, Flight Hybrid Propulsion Systems, Aerodynamic Studies of Bodies with
Protrusions and Fins, Aerodynamics of Re-entry Vehicles, Characterization of Intake Flow Field at
Supersonic Speeds, CFD Studies of Flow Fields, Mechanical Behaviour Studies of GRPF and
CRPF, and such others have already been identified for the purpose and research work in these
areas have already been initiated.
Details of individual faculty members
1. Name : Dr. A.K.Chatterjee
Date of Birth : 15/09/1947
Qualifications : B. Sc (Engg.), M. Sc (Engg.), Ph. D.
Work Experience :
Teaching : 36 Years
Research : 36 Years
Research Interest : Aerodynamics, Rocket Propulsion, Combustion, Composite
Materials, Environmental Engg.
2. Name : Dr. P. C. Joshi
Date of Birth : 06/05/1950
Qualifications : B. Sc, M. Sc, Ph. D.
Work Experience :
Teaching : 25 Years
Research : 34 Years
Research Interest : Rocket Propellant, Fuels, High Energy Materials and Rocket-
Propulsion.
3. Name : Dr. Mohan Varma
Date of Birth : 01/08/1956
Qualifications : B. Sc., M. Sc., Ph. D.
Work Experience :
Teaching : 23 Years
Research : 30 Years
Research Interest : Gelled Propellant Technology, Thermal Analysis, Rheology and
Combustion.
4. Name : Dr. J. K. Prasad
Date of Birth : 04/06/1950
Qualifications : B. Sc (Engg.), M. Tech, Ph. D.
Work Experience :
Teaching : 5 Years
Research : 30 Years
Research Interest : Aerodynamics, Fluid Mechanics, Heat Transfer, Jet Acoustics.
5. Name : Dr. P. K. Dash
Date of Birth : 27/01/1963
Qualifications : A.M.Ae.S.I, M.E., Ph. D.
Work Experience :
Teaching : 13 Years
Research : 8 Years
Research Interest : Composite Structures, Space Technology, Rocket Propulsion.
6. Name : Shri Sudip Das
Date of Birth : 24/10/1973
Qualifications : M.E.
Work Experience :
Teaching : 6 Years
Research : 1 Year
Research Interest : Aerodynamics, Fluid Mechanics.
7. Name : Shri C. R. Chodankar
Date of Birth : 02.12.1979
Qualifications : B.E., M.Tech.
Work Experience :
Teaching : -
Research : -
Industry : -
Research Interest : Heat Transfer, Combustion.
8. Name : Shri S. K. Ghosh
Date of Birth : 02/05/1977
Qualifications : B.E., M.Tech.
Work Experience :
Teaching : 3 Months
Research : 4 Years
Industry : -
Research Interest : Cryogenics, Expansion Machines, Heat Transfer
DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE &
ENGINEERING GROUP
M-Tech Environmental Science & Engineering
Name of the Programme : M-Tech Environmental Science & Engineering
Approved Intake : 18
Fees charged (per annum) in Rs. : 47000/-
Pass percentage during the last 5 years: 100%
Teacher Student Ratio : 1:3
No. of Faculty Members : 11
Cadre Number
Professor : 05
Asst. Professor : 02
Lecturer : 04
Faculty Profile :
Qualification No. of Faculty
Ph.D. : 09
Post Graduate : 02
Under Graduate : -
Experience of Faculty :
Number of Faculty with
Less than 5 years : 02
5 to 10 years : 04
More than 10 years : 05
Industrial Consultancy, Research and Development (during the past 5 years):
Amount of Industrial Consultancy earned (in lakhs of Rupees) : NA
No. of sponsored research projects completed : 01
No. of patents produced : NA
No. of sponsored research projects in progress : 01
No. of papers published in International journals :
No. of papers published in National journals :
No. of papers presented in International Conferences / Seminars :
No. of papers presented in National Conferences / Seminars :
No. of International Conferences conducted : NA
No. of National Conferences conducted : 01
No. of Training Programmes / Short Term Courses conducted NA
Placement Record for the previous year :
No. of Companies who visited the Campus :
Names and Details of companies who visited the campus
along with No. of Students placed
: TCS
01
No. of Students placed through campus recruitment : 01
Maximum salary drawn (in Rs.) : 3.00lacs/annum
Average salary drawn (in Rs.) : 3.00lacs/annum
Budget Allocation for the Programme (in Rs.) :
Recurring :
Non Recurring :
New initiatives and future vision, if any
Environmental Science & Engineering Group plans to initiate a M.Tech course on natural Resource
Management & Sustainable Development in the current XIth five year Plan.
Environmental Science & Engineering Group is planning to organizing a National Conference on
Green Computing during 10-11th December 2007 jointly with Department of Computer science &
Engineering.
Block Grant
Details of individual faculty members
1. Name: Dr. Gopal Pathak
Date of Birth: 02.07.1954
Educational Qualification: B.Sc. (Engg.), M.E, Ph.D.
Professional Experience:
Teaching : 26 Years
Research : 19Years
Area of Specializations: Environmental Engineering: Water Quality, Fluoride Mitigation,
2. Name : Dr. A.K.Chatterjee
Date of Birth : 15/09/1947
Qualifications : B. Sc (Engg.), M. Sc (Engg.), Ph. D.
Work Experience :
Teaching : 36 Years
Research : 36 Years
Research Interest : Aerodynamics, Rocket Propulsion, Combustion,
Composite Materials, Environmental Engg.
3. Name : Dr. M. S Nathawat
Date of Birth : 10/03/1958
Educational Qualification: M.Phill., Ph.D., PG Diploma in RS
Work Experience :
Teaching : 11 Years
Industry : -
Research : 26 Years
Others : 13 Years (Administrative)
4. Name : Dr. (Mrs.) Mandira Mukherjee
Date of Birth : 16/06/1954
Educational Qualification: B.Tech.(Hons), Chemical Engg., M.Sc.(Engg),
Ph.D. (Chemical Engineering)
Work Experience :
Teaching : 27 years
Research : 29 years
Industry : 1 year
Others : Dean Doctoral Research and Professional
Deveopment Programme, BIT (Dec.2003 –Nov. 04)
Dean Development Programme, BIT (since Dec. 04)
Presently also coordinating World Bank, Funded, TEQIP
Research Interest : Mass transfer, Polymer processing, Polymer Rheology,
Polymer recycling.
5. Name : Dr. R. K. Dey
Date of Birth : 02/06/1968
Qualifications : M.Sc, PhD
Work Experience :
Teaching : 06 Years
Research : 13 Years
Industry : 08 Years
Area of Specialization : Physical Chemistry
6. Name : Dr. P. K. Srivastava
Date of Birth : 27/04/1959
Qualifications : M.Sc., PhD
Work Experience :
Teaching : 16 Years
Research : 25 Years
Industry : -
Area of Specialization : Physical Chemistry
7. Name : Dr. A. C. Pandey
Date of Birth : 13/10/1970
Educational Qualification: M.Sc., Ph.D., PG Diploma in RS
Work Experience :
Teaching : 3 Years
Industry : 2 Years
Research : 14 Years
Other : 3 Years (Administrative)
8. Name : Dr. Arbind Kumar
Date of Birth : 30/08/1963
Education Qualification: B.E., M.E., Ph.D.
Work Experience :
Teaching : 20 Years
Research : 15 Years
Industry : 08 Months
Area of Specializations: Heat Power, Non-Conventional Energy
9. Name : Mr.Kirti Avishek
Date of Birth : 11.07.1977
Educational Qualification: M-Tech,
Professional Experience:
Teaching: 3 yrs
Research: 3 yrs.
10. Name : Chandan Guria
Date of Birth : 03/03/1967
Educational Qualification: B.Sc. (Chemistry),
B.Tech.(Chemical Engg.),
M.E.(Chemical Engg.),
Ph.D. (Chemical Engg.) pursuing
Work Experience :
Teaching : 8 Years
Research : 10 Years
Industry : 6 Years
Research Interest : Specialty Polymer (Synthesis & Characterization)
Process Modeling, Simulation & Optimization, Polymer Recycle



May 18, 2008






:: MANDATORY DISCLOSURE ::------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
NAME OF THE INSTITUTION

Address including telephone, Fax, e-mail.
Name R.V. S. College of Engineering & Technology
Address EDALBERA, BHILAI PAHARI, NH 33, JAMSHEDPUR:831012, JHARKHAND
Pin Code 831012 STD CODE 0657

Phone 0657 - 6543656/6543657/6573009
Fax No. 0657 – 2435439

E-Mail info@rvscet.com website www.rvscet.com



NAME & ADDRESS OF THE PRINCIPAL

Address including telephone, Fax, e-mail.
Name Prof. (Dr.) Janak Prasad Singh
Address H - 33, Singh Niwas RIT Co-operative Housing Colony Jamshedpur : 831 013
STD Code 0657 Phone No. 6543657(O)2373113(R)

STD Code 0657
Fax No. 0657 – 2435439

E-Mail info@rvscet.com Mobile No. 094313 - 01902



NAME OF THE AFFILIATING UNIVERSITY


Name Ranchi University
Address Ranchi :834 001
STD Code 0651 Period of Affiliation 2004-05, 2005-06, 2006-07,

Fax No. 2301077
2007-08 (under process)

E mail / Website None 2205177



GOVERNANCE


Members of the Board and their brief background
01. Mr. R. S. Singh, Board of Governor’s Member
02. Mr. Shatrughana Singh, Board of Governor’s Member
03. Mr. Rajesh Kumar Tiwari, Head of Deptt.of Computer Science & Engineering
04. Mr. Vikram Sharma, Head of Deptt. of Science & Humanities
05. Mr. Vijay Singh, Head of Deptt. of Electronics & Communication Engineering


Members of Academic Advisory Body
01. Mr. Rameshwar Prasad Singh, H. O. D., Mechanical Engineering
02. Mr. Rajesh Kumar Tiwari, H. O. D., Computer Science & Engineering
03. Mr. Vijay Singh, H. O. D., Electrical & Electronics Engineering
04. Mrs. Pushpalata, H. O. D., Electronics & Communication Engineering
05. 05. Mr. Vikram Sharma, H. O. D., Science & Humanities


Frequency of the Board Meetings and Academic Advisory Body
Frequency of Board of Governance Meeting : 4 times in a Year (3 Months Interval)
Frequency of Academic Advisory Body Meeting : Monthly (Once in a Month)

Organizational chart and processes



Nature and Extent of involvement of faculty and students in academic affairs/improvements
The entire Students have been distributed among Faculty Member. Faculty Members are responsible for the Performance of Students under them.

Mechanism/Norms & Procedure for democratic/good Governance
01. Major decisions are being taken in the Meeting of Faculty Members.
02. Calling a Meeting of Head of Departments before taking any Decision regarding Academic, Administration & Future Plans.
03. Students are being Consulted by concerned Head of Departments for their Activities.
04. Academic Advisory Body Meeting is being held every Month.

Student Feedback on Institutional Governance / faculty performance
Each Student is being given White Piece of Paper to write/to give the Rating of each Faculty Members without writing his Name & Roll No. on the Sheet.

Grievance redressal mechanism for faculty, staff and students
Redressals of Grievances of Students & Faculty & Staff are taken up by calling the Meeting of Advisory Body & Head of Departments. If required, Redressal of Grievance of Faculty & Staff may be done after seeking the Advice of the Chairman / Board of Governors.

PROGRAMMES


Name of the Programmes approved by the AICTE
01. Computer Science & Engineering (CSE)
02. Electronics & Communication Engineering (ECE)
03. Electrical & Electronics Engineering (EEE)
04. Mechanical Engineering (ME)

Name of the Programmes accredited by the AICTE
We are not eligible to Apply for Accreditation as per AICTE Norms as we have No Pass-Out Batch.

For each Programme the following details are to be given:
Name of Course Approved Number of seats Duration
Computer Science & Engineering (CSE) 60 4 years
Electronics & Communication Engineering (ECE) 60 4 years
Electrical & Electronics Engineering (EEE) 60 4 years
Mechanical Engineering (ME) 60 4 years


Cut off mark/rank for admission during the last three years
Candidates are Admitted through Counselling Procedure of Jharkhand Combined Entrance Competitive Examination Board, Ranchi, i.e. Jharkhand Combined Entrance Competitive Examination Board, Ranchi.

Fee
As per Decision of Department of Science & Technology, Government of Jharkhand.

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:

FACULTY


Branch wise list faculty members:

Name of the Faculty Members of R. V. S. College of Engineering & Technology, Jamshedpur DEPARTMENT WISE :

Permanent Faculty *View the profile of every faculty, please Click on faculty name.
Department
Sl.
Name of the Faculty
Designation

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
01.
DR. MAHENDRA PRASAD SINGH
PROFESSOR

02.
DR. BHUMENDRA KUMAR
PROFESSOR

03.
ANANT RAJ
PROFESSOR

04.
RAMESHWAR PRASAD SINGH
ASST. PROFESSOR

05.
SANATAN PRASAD
ASST. PROFESSOR

06.
PANCHANAN CHATTOPADHYAY
ASST. PROFESSOR

07.
JYOTI PRAKAS MAJUMDAR
ASST. PROFESSOR

08.
NILIMA SOREN PATTANAYAK
ASST. PROFESSOR

09.
PRASHANT LOCHAN
LECTURER

10.
MUKESH KUMAR PATHAK
LECTURER

11.
GYAN SHANKER SHARMA
LECTURER

12.
GOPAL JHA
LECTURER

13.
BANGSHIDHAR GOSWAMI
LECTURER

14.
VIJAY KUMAR CHOUDHURI
LECTURER

15.
SHAILENDRA KUMAR PRASAD
LECTURER

16.
MANVENDRA TIWARI
LECTURER

17.
ARUN DAYAL UDAI
LECTURER

ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING
01.
DR. JANAK PRASAD SINGH
PROFESSOR

02.
AMAR NATH BANERJEE
PROFESSOR

03.
PURUSHOTTAM NARAYAN MISHRA
PROFESSOR

04.
PUSHPALATA
ASST. PROFESSOR

05.
ANANT KUMAR CHATTERJEE
ASST. PROFESSOR

06.
PRAMOD KUMAR
ASST. PROFESSOR

07.
KUMAR DHIRAJ
ASST. PROFESSOR

08.
RAKESH KUMAR 1
LECTURER

09.
PRAKASH KUMAR
LECTURER

10.
GHAZALA NISHAT
LECTURER

11.
ANUSHREE SHRIVASTAVA
LECTURER

12.
SANJEEV KUMAR
LECTURER

13.
SUSHANTA MAHANTY
LECTURER

14.
AMOL KUMAR
LECTURER

15.
SOMNATH GHOSH
LECTURER

16.
RAKESH KUMAR 2
LECTURER

17.
RICHA MISHRA
LECTURER

COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING
01.
RAJESH KUMAR TIWARI
ASST. PROFESSOR

02.
YOGENDRA KUMAR
LECTURER

03.
ABHRA PAUL
LECTURER

04.
TAPAN KUMAR DEY
LECTURER

05.
SOUMENDU CHAKRABORTY
LECTURER

06.
BIRESH KUMAR
LECTURER

07.
SABINA PRIYADARSHINI
LECTURER

08.
PRABHASH KUMAR CHHABRA
LECTURER

09.
SUBRATA SAHANA
LECTURER

10.
ABIRA GHOSH
LECTURER

11.
ABHISHEK RAJ SINGH
LECTURER

12.
KAMLESHWAR KUMAR PANDEY
LECTURER

13.
SUNIL KUMAR SINGH
LECTURER

14.
RAJEEV RANJAN DAS
LECTURER

15.
SRABONI MANDAL
LECTURER

16.
GHASI RAM SARDAR
LECTURER

ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING
01.
PARAS NATH
PROFESSOR

02.
VIJAY SINGH
ASST. PROFESSOR

03.
REKHA CHAUDHARY
ASST. PROFESSOR

04.
PREETA JOHN
SR. LECTURER

05.
AJIT KUMAR
LECTURER

06.
RASMIMAYEE RAUTA
LECTURER

07.
SUKUMAR GHOSH
LECTURER

08.
SEEMA
LECTURER

09.
SUBHASH CHANDRA PANDEY
LECTURER

10.
MD. FIROZ ALAM KHAN
LECTURER

11.
KUNTAL BHATTACHARJEE
LECTURER

12.
ANIL KUMAR SINHA
LECTURER

13.
SHOUVIK KUMAR SAMANTA
LECTURER

SCIENCE & HUMANITIES MATHEMATICS
01.
DR. SAVITA MISHRA
ASST. PROFESSOR

02.
SURYA BAHADUR
LECTURER

03.
REKHA TIWARY
LECTURER

04.
INDEEWAR KUMAR
LECTURER

05.
SUMITA PALIT
LECTURER

06.
MITALI ROY CHOUDHARY
LECTURER

07.
ARNAB BANDYOPADHYAY
LECTURER

SCIENCE & HUMANITIES PHYSICS
08.
BANI KANTA NATH
ASST. PROFESSOR

09.
RAJENDRA KUMAR JAYASWAL
LECTURER

10.
KUMARI MAMTA
LECTURER

SCIENCE & HUMANITIES CHEMISTRY
11.
KALPANA MAHATO
ASST. PROFESSOR

12.
VIKRAM SHARMA
LECTURER

13.
SUBRATA MAHATO
LECTURER

14.
RESHMI DEY
LECTURER

SCIENCE & HUMANITIES ENGLISH
15.
SANJEEV SRIVASTAVA
ASST. PROFESSOR

16.
SUMAN ROY
LECTURER

17.
SHILPI ALPANA BARLA
LECTURER

18.
ARUN KUMAR SINGH
LECTURER


Number of faculty employed and left during the last three years :
Three

PROFILE OF DIRECTOR/PRINCIPAL WITH QUALIFICATIONS, TOTAL EXPERIENCE, AGE AND DURATION OF EMPLOYMENT AT THE INSTITUTE CONCERNED

01. Name : Dr. Janak Prasad Singh
02. Father's Name : Late Yogendra Prasad Singh
03. Address : H - 33, Singh Niwas, R. I. T. Co-operative Housing Colony Adityapur - 2, Jamshedpur : 831 013
04. Phone : 094313 - 01902, 0657 - 2373113
05. Nationality : Indian
06. Date of Birth : 21/09/1944

07. Educational Qualification :

Examination Year of Passing Name of Board/University Division
HIGHER SECONDARY 1962 BSEB PATNA 1ST
B. SC. ENGG. 1967 RANCHI UNIVERSITY RANCHI 1ST
M. TECH. 1978 I. I. T. KHARAGPUR GRADE A
PH. D. - STRUCTURAL ENGG. 1990 I. I. T. KHARAGPUR -

Experience :

Designation Period Institution
ASST. LECTURER 03/01/1968 - 02/02/1972 R. I. T. JAMSHEDPUR
LECTURER 02/02/1972 - 03/01/1984 R. I. T. JAMSHEDPUR
ASST. PROFESSOR 03/01/1984 - 01/02/1985 R. I. T. JAMSHEDPUR
PROFESSOR 01/02/1985 - 30/09/2006 R. I. T. JAMSHEDPUR
CENTRE SUPERINTENDENT - POST GRADUATE EXAMINATION 1995 - 1996 R. I. T. JAMSHEDPUR
HEAD OF DEPARTMENT - APPLIED MECHANICS 1997 - 2000 R. I. T. JAMSHEDPUR
ACTING PRINCIPAL 2001 - 2002 R. I. T. JAMSHEDPUR
CHAIRMAN - NON-FORMAL EDUCATION 2001 - 2002 R. I. T. JAMSHEDPUR


FEE


Details of fee, as approved by State fee Committee, for the Institution.
Serial no. Particulars Fixed by the State Fee Committee
01. Tuition Fee 33,800/-
02. Development Fee 5,000/- (One Time)


Time schedule for payment of fee for the entire programme
Not yet decided

No. of Fee waivers granted with amount and name of students
No such Student whose Fee has been Waived, till date

Number of scholarship offered by the institute, duration and amount
Nil

Criteria for fee waivers/scholarship
N. A.

Estimated cost of Boarding and Lodging in Hostels
Rs.30,000/- (Rupees Thirty Thousand) per Annum

ADMISSION


Number of seats sanctioned with the year of approval
No. of seats Sanctioned by AICTE
Course 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08
Computer Science & Engineering (CSE) 60 60 60 60
Electronics & Communication Engineering (ECE) 60 60 60 60
Electrical & Electronics Engineering (EEE) 60 60 60 60
Mechanical Engineering (ME) 60 60 60 60


Number of students admitted under various categories each year in the last Four years
No. of Students Submitted
Course 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08
Computer Science & Engineering (CSE) 50+18=68 42+13=55 47 57
Electronics & Communication Engineering (ECE) 56+58=114 63+24=87 57 60
Electrical & Electronics Engineering (EEE) 52+40=92 37+18=55 34 57
Mechanical Engineering (ME) 62+00=62 50+00=50 50 60


2004-2005: 116 Students were transferred from Alice Institute of Technology, Ranchi, to R. V. S. College of Engineering & Technology, Jamshedpur, vide Order, No. 1155 Dtd. 10/07/2007, of Deptt. of Science & Technology, Govt. of Jharkhand, Ranchi.

2005-2006: 55 Students were transferred from Alice Institute of Technology, Ranchi, to R. V. S. College of Engineering & Technology, Jamshedpur, vide Order, No. 173 Dtd. 24/01/2007, of Deptt. of Science & Technology, Govt. of Jharkhand, Ranchi.

2004-2005 & 2005-2006: Increase in the Intake Capacity by 10% for Students to be Admitted under Diploma to Degree Entry Scheme in the 2nd Year of B. Tech., in accordance to Jharkhand Combined Entrance Competitive Examination Board, Ranchi.

Number of applications received during last two years for admission under Management Quota and number admitted. Not Applicable

ADMISSION PROCEDURE


Mention the admission test being followed, name and address of the Test Agency and its URL (website)
Jharkhand Combined Entrance Competitive Examination, AIEEE & Common Entrance Test

Number of seats allotted to different Test Qualified candidates separately [AIEEE/CET (State conducted test/University tests)/Association conducted test]
In accordance to Jharkhand Combined Entrance Competitive Examination Board, Ranchi

*Calendar for admission against management/vacant seats: NA 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)
*Last date for closing of admission.
*Starting of the Academic session.
*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 notified

CRITERIA AND WEIGHTAGES FOR ADMISSION


* Describe each criteria with its respective weightages i.e. Admission Test, marks in qualifying examination etc.
* Mention the minimum level of acceptance, if any.
* Mention the cut-off levels of percentage & percentile scores of the candidates in the admission test for the last three years.
* Display marks scored in Test etc. and in aggregate for all candidates who were admitted


ADMISSION FORM





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.


RESULTS OF ADMISSION UNDER MANAGEMENT SEATS/VACANT SEATS


* 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)

* Score of the individual candidates admitted arranged in order of merit.

* List of candidates who have been offered admission.

* Waiting list of the candidates in order of merit to be operative from the last date of joining of the first list candidates.

* List of the candidates who joined within the date, vacancy position in each category before operation of waiting list.



INFORMATION ON INFRASTRUCTURE AND OTHER RESOURCES AVAILABLE


Library:

*Number of Library books/Titles/Journals available (programme-wise)

*List of online National/International Journals subscribed.


Branch
No. of Titles
No. of Volumes
Journals

National
International

CSE
180
1191
20
3

ECE
200
1427
9
5

EEE
170
1359
12
2

M E
396
3047
13
9

SC. & HUMANITIES
279
2289
8
2

Material Science & Technology (MST)
40
280
2
1

Master of Computer Application (MCA)
60
375
2
2


*E-Library facilities – Yes


Laboratory:

For each Laboratory

*List of Major Equipment/Facilities

MAJOR EQUIPMENTS – BRANCH WISE & LABORATORY WISE : R. V. S. COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY, JAMSHEDPUR


Name of Laboratory
Major Equipments

Chemistry
(i) Distillation Plant

(ii) Digital pH meter

(iii) Oven

(iv) Digital Balance

(v) Physical Balance

(vi) Pensky- Martins closed cup flash point apparatus

(vii) Cleveland open cup flash and fire point apparatus

(viii) Or sat gas analyzer

(ix) Water Bath

(x) Hot Plate

(xi) Ostwald Viscometer

(xii) Redwood Viscometer

(xiii)Stalagmometer (Surface Tension

(xiv) Hirsh Funnel (Filtering apparatus)

(xv) Conductivity Meter

Physics
(i) Tangent Galvanometer

(ii) Ballistic Galvanometer

(iii)Hibbert’s Magnetic Standard

(iv) Melde’s Set

(v)Potentiometer

(vi) Carey-Foster Bridge

(vii) Spectrometer

(viii)Viscometer

(ix) Callender Griffith Bridge

(x) Newton’s Ring Apparatus

(xi)Optical bench for Fresnels’ biprism related to interference

(xii)Searl’s Apparatus

(xiii)Lee Charlton’s Apparatus

(xiv)Sodium Vapour Lamp

(xv)Digital Multimeter

(xvi)Travelling Microscope

(xvii)Induction Coil

(xviii) Thomson’s apparatus to measure e/m ratio.

(xix) Physical balance

(xx) Thermocouple sets.



COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING

LIST OF EQUIPMENTS


DATABASE LAB


Sl.No.
Name of Equipments
Equipment Description
Name of Manufacturer
Quantity

1
CPU
Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU

3.06 GHz, 128 Mb RAM, 40GB HDD.
Zenith
60

2
CD ROM
52 X max
Zenith
01

3
Monitor
CRT 15”
Zenith
60

4
Keyboard
Keyboard
Zenith
60

5
Mouse
Mouse
Zenith
60

6
UPS
15 KVA
NUMERIC
01

7
AC
2 TON
Blue Star
04



COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING

LIST OF EQUIPMENTS


NETWORK LAB


Sl.No.
Name of Equipments
Equipment Description
Name of Manufacturer
Quantity

1
CPU
Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 3.06GHz, 256 Mb RAM, 80GB HDD.
Zenith
60

2
Monitor
CRT 15”
Zenith
60

3
Keyboard
Keyboard
Zenith
60

4
Mouse
Mouse
Zenith
60



COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING

LIST OF EQUIPMENTS


ORGANIZATION LAB


Sl.No.
Name of Equipments
Equipment Description
Name of Manufacturer
Quantity

1
CPU
Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 3.06GHz, 128 Mb RAM, 40GB HDD.
Zenith
60

2
CD ROM
52 X max
Zenith
10

3
Monitor
CRT 15”
Zenith
60

4
Keyboard
Keyboard
Zenith
60

5
Mouse
Mouse
Zenith
60

6
UPS
20 KVA
HITA
01

7
AC
2 TON
Blue Star
03



COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING

LIST OF EQUIPMENTS


COMPUTER PROGRAMMING LAB


Sl.No.
Name of Equipments
Equipment Description
Name of Manufacturer
Quantity

1
CPU
Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 3.06GHz, 128 Mb RAM, 40GB HDD.
Zenith
60

2
CD ROM
52 X max
Zenith
04

3
CD WRITER
RW 52.32.52
Zenith
01

4
Monitor
CRT 15”
Zenith
60

5
Keyboard
Keyboard
Zenith
60

6
Mouse
Mouse
Zenith
59

7
Switch
16 port
Quantum
03

8
CD
WINDOWS XP O/S
MICROSOFT
01

9
Floppy
PASCAL
ANSI
01

10
CD
FOTRAN
Intel
01

11
Floppy
COBOL
ANSI
01

12
CRIMPER
RJ-45 Crimping Tool
D-link
01

13
Connector
RJ-45
D-link
38

14
UPS
16 KVA
HITA
01

15
Tools
Screw driver set
Taparia
01

16
AC

Blue Star
05



MASTER OF COMPUTER APPLICATION (M.C.A)

LIST OF EQUIPMENTS


LAB-I


Sl.No.
Name of Equipments
Equipment Description
Name of Manufacturer
Quantity

1
CPU
Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 3.06GHz, 128 Mb RAM, 40GB HDD.
Zenith
30

2
CD ROM
52 X max
Zenith
04

3
CD WRITER
RW 52.32.52
Zenith
01

4
Monitor
CRT 15”
Zenith
30

5
Keyboard
Keyboard
Zenith
30

6
Mouse
Mouse
Zenith
30

7
Switch
16 port
Quantum
01

8
Catalyst Switch
24 Port
CISCO
01

9
Forty Gate
Firewall
Forty Gate
01

10.
AC

Blue Star
02



COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING

LIST OF EQUIPMENTS


INTERNET LAB


Sl.No.
Name of Equipments
Equipment Description
Name of Manufacturer
Quantity

1
COMPUTER SYSTEM
Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 3.06GHz, 128 Mb RAM, 40GB HDD.
Zenith
16



DIGITAL LIBRARY


Sl.No.
Name of Equipments
Equipment Description
Name of Manufacturer
Quantity

1
COMPUTER SYSTEM
Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 3.06GHz, 128 Mb RAM, 40GB HDD.
Zenith
4



TRAINING & PLACEMENT, ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING, & ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT


Sl.No.
Name of Equipments
Equipment Description
Name of Manufacturer
Quantity

1
COMPUTER SYSTEM
Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 3.06GHz, 128 Mb RAM, 40GB HDD.
Zenith
3 in each Department i.e. 3 X 3 = 9 Systems



Electrical & Electronics Engineering

(1) BASIC ELECTRICAL LAB:

Sl. No.
DESCRIPTION





1
ENERGY METER (kWH METER), AC, SINGLE-PHASE, 240 V, 50 Hz, 5 - 10 AMP, 1200 RPU, MAKE - POWER, JAIPUR





2
ENERGY METER (kWH METER), AC, SINGLE-PHASE, 240 V, 50 Hz, 5 - 20 AMP, 900 RPU, MAKE - ALSTOM

9201523
1


3
STATIC kWH METER (ENERGY METER), AC, SINGLE-PHASE, 240 V, 50 Hz, 10 - 40 AMP, MAKE - BENTEC

N6465
1


4
SINGLE-PHASE TRANSFORMER, 220 / 110 - 110 V, 3 kVA, 13.6 / 27 AMP, MAKE - ELECTRIC ENTERPRISES, CALCUTTA


1


5
SINGLE PHASE AUTO TRANSFORMER, INPUT: 240 V, 50 Hz, OUTPUT: THREE-PHASE, 0 TO 270 V, 15 AMP; MAKE - PENTA


1


6
SINGLE PHASE AUTO TRANSFORMER, INPUT: 240 V, 50 Hz, OUTPUT: THREE-PHASE, 0 TO 270 V, 8 AMP; MAKE - PENTA


2


7
SINGLE PHASE AUTO TRANSFORMER, INPUT: 230 V, 50 Hz, OUTPUT: THREE-PHASE, 0 TO 270 V, 4 AMP; MAKE - PENTA


1


8
SINGLE PHASE AUTO TRANSFORMER, INPUT: 230 V, 50 Hz, OUTPUT: THREE-PHASE, 0 TO 270 V, 4 AMP; MAKE - GREEN DOT


1


9
SINGLE-PHASE LOADING RHEOSTAT, 220 V, 3 kW, 0.25 kW PER STEP, MAKE - TEST MASTER, CALCUTTA


1


10
RHEOSTAT SINGLE TUBE WITH SLIDING JOKEY, 80-OHM, 3.5 AMPS, MAKE - TEST MASTER


1


11
RHEOSTAT SINGLE TUBE WITH SLIDING JOKEY, 85-OHM, 2.3 AMPS, MAKE - TEST MASTER


2


12
RHEOSTAT SINGLE TUBE WITH SLIDING JOKEY, 185-OHM, 1.5 AMPS, MAKE - TEST MASTER


2


13
RHEOSTAT SINGLE TUBE WITH SLIDING JOKEY, 270-OHM, 2 AMPS, MAKE - TEST MASTER


1


14
RHEOSTAT SINGLE TUBE WITH SLIDING JOKEY, 350-OHM, 3.5 AMPS, MAKE - TEST MASTER


6


15
RHEOSTAT DOUBLE TUBE WITH SLIDING JOKEY, 26-OHM, 4.1 AMPS, MAKE - TEST MASTER


2


16
RHEOSTAT DOUBLE TUBE WITH SLIDING JOKEY, 50-OHM, 5 AMPS, MAKE - TEST MASTER


2


17
RHEOSTAT DOUBLE TUBE WITH SLIDING JOKEY, 50-OHM, 6.7 AMPS, MAKE - TEST MASTER


1


18
RHEOSTAT DOUBLE TUBE WITH SLIDING JOKEY, 170-OHM, 2.3 AMPS, MAKE - TEST MASTER


2


19
RHEOSTAT FOUR TUBE WITH SLIDING JOKEY, 10 x 4 - OHM, 6.7 AMPS, MAKE - TEST MASTER


2


20
CURRENT TRANSFORMER (C. T.), 5 / 30 / 50 A, MAKE - TEST MASTER


1


21
POTENTIAL TRANSFORMER, (P. T.), 100/500 V


1


22
WATTMETER, 5 - 10 A, VOLT: 0 - 150 -300 - 600 V, MAKE - MECO


5


23
MOVING COIL AMMETER, 0 - 3 AMP, TABLE TYPE, MAKE - COSMO


5


24
MOVING COIL AMMETER, 0 - 5 AMP, TABLE TYPE, MAKE - COSMO


5


25
MOVING COIL AMMETER, RANGE: 1 - 3 - 10 A, PORTTABLE LAB TYPE, MAKE - MECO


3


26
MOVING COIL AMMETER, RANGE: 5 - 10 - 25 A, PORTTABLE LAB TYPE, MAKE - MECO


3


27
MOVING COIL AMMETER, RANGE: 7.5 - 15 - 30 A, PORTTABLE LAB TYPE, MAKE - MECO


3


28
MOVING COIL AMMETER, RANGE: 0 - 75 - 150 - 300 V, PORTTABLE LAB TYPE, MAKE - MECO


3


29
MOVING COIL VOLTMETER, 0 - 75 V, TABLE TYPE, MAKE - COSMO


5


30
MOVING COIL VOLTMETER, 0 - 150 V, TABLE TYPE, MAKE - COSMO


10


31
MOVING COIL VOLTMETER, RANGE: 0 - 75 - 150 - 300 V, PORTABLE LAB TYPE, MAKE - MECO


3


32
MOVING IRON AMMETER, 0 - 5 AMP, TABLE TYPE, MAKE - COSMO


5


33
MOVING IRON AMMETER, 0 - 10 AMP, TABLE TYPE, MAKE - COSMO


5


34
MOVING IRON AMMETER, RANGE: 0 - 1 - 3 - 10 A, TABLE TYPE, MAKE - MECO


3


35
MOVING IRON VOLTMETER, 0 - 300 V, TABLE TYPE, MAKE - COSMO


4





Sl. No.
MEASUREMENT & INSTRUMENTATION LAB

DESCRIPTION



1
KELVIN DOUBLE BRIDGE



2
SCHERING BRIDGE



3
AC BRIDGE (ANDERSON)



4
LCRQ METER



5
LINEAR VARIABLE DIFFERENTIAL TRANSFORMER WITH POWER SUPPLY TECHNO INSTRUMENT



6
TIME DIVISION MULTIPLEXING (TDM)



7
FREQUENCY DIVISION MULTIPLEXING (FDM)



8
C. R. O., DUAL TRACE, 20 MHz, MAKE - METRAVI



9
DIGITAL MULTIMETER, MAKE – METRAVI





Sl. No.
ELECTRICAL MACHINE LAB – I

DESCRIPTION



1
M-G SET - 3-PHASE ALTERNATOR & DC SHUNT MOTOR, MAKE - GE MOTOR, CALCUTTA



2
DC SHUNT GENERATOR, 220 V, 1.5 kW, 10 AMPS, 1500 RPM, WAVE WOUND, MAKE - GE MOTOR, CALCUTTA



2
CAPACITOR START INDUCTION MOTOR, SINGLE-PHASE, 2 H. P., 220 V, 10 AMPS, 1500 RPM, TEST MASTER, CALCUTTA



3
SINGLE PHASE TRANSFORMER, 220/220 V, 50 Hz, 3 kVA, 220 V, WITH TAPPING AT 50%, 86.6%, 100% ON SECONDARY SIDE, MAKE - A. E., CALCUTTA



4
THREE PHASE TRANSFORMER, 440/220 V, DELTA/STAR, 50 Hz, 3 kVA, MAKE - A. E., CALCUTTA



5
THREE PHASE TRANSFORMER, 440/220 V, STAR/DELTA, 50 Hz, 3 kVA, MAKE - A. E., CALCUTTA



6
THREE PHASE AUTO TRANSFORMER, INPUT: THREE- PHASE, 440 V, OUTPUT: THREE-PHASE, 0 TO 470 V, 15 AMP; MAKE - A. E., CALCUTTA



7
SINGLE PHASE AUTO TRANSFORMER, INPUT: 220 V, 50 Hz, OUTPUT: THREE-PHASE, 0 TO 270 V, 15 AMP; MAKE - A. E., CALCUTTA



8
THREE PHASE LOADING RHEOSTAT, 440 V, 5 kW, 0.25 kW PER STEP; MAKE - OSWAL, CALCUTTA



9
SINGLE PHASE LOADING RHEOSTAT, 440 V, 5 kW, 0.25 kW PER STEP; MAKE - OSWAL, CALCUTTA



10
PRECISION CURRENT TRANSFORMER, CLASS A, 15 VA, PRIMARY CURRENT: 0 - 10 - 30 - 50 - 150 - 300 A, SECONDARY: 5 A; MAKE - AE, CALCUTTA



11
PRECISION POTENTIAL TRANSFORMER, CLASS 0-A, 15 VA, 50 Hz, PRIMARY VOLTAGE: 0 - 10 - 220 - 380 V, SECONDARY: 100 V; MAKE - AE, CALCUTTA



12
WATT-METER, 5 - 10 AMPS; 75 - 150- 300 V, MAKE - MECO



13
DC MILLI-AMMETER, 0 - 300 mA, MAKE - MECO



14
DC MILLI-AMMETER, 0 - 500 mA, MAKE - MECO



15
POWER FACTOR METER, SINGLE-PHASE, SINGLE ELEMENT, PORTABLE TYPE, MAKE - BOMBAY



16
MOVING IRON AMMETER, 0 - 1 - 5 - 10 AMPS, PORTABLE TYPE, MAKE - MECO



17
MOVING IRON AMMETER, 0 - 10 - 30 - 100 AMPS, PORTABLE TYPE, MAKE - MECO



18
MOVING IRON AMMETER, 0 - 150 - 300 - 600 AMPS, PORTABLE TYPE, MAKE - MECO



19
PORTABLE MULTIMETER, MAKE - MOTVANE



20
RHEOSTAT SINGLE TUBE WITH SLIDING JOKEY, 350-OHM, 1.1 AMPS



21
RHEOSTAT SINGLE TUBE WITH SLIDING JOKEY, 185-OHM, 1.5 AMPS



22
RHEOSTAT SINGLE TUBE WITH SLIDING JOKEY, 85-OHM, 2.3 AMPS



23
RHEOSTAT SINGLE TUBE WITH SLIDING JOKEY, 26-OHM, 4.1 AMPS



24
RHEOSTAT SINGLE TUBE WITH SLIDING JOKEY, 35-OHM, 3.7 AMPS



25
RHEOSTAT SINGLE TUBE WITH SLIDING JOKEY, 10-OHM, 6.7 AMPS



26
RHEOSTAT DOUBLE TUBE WITH SLIDING JOKEY, 20-OHM, 6.7 AMPS



27
RHEOSTAT SINGLE TUBE WITH SLIDING JOKEY, 50-OHM, 5 AMPS



28
RHEOSTAT SINGLE TUBE WITH SLIDING JOKEY, 170-OHM, 2.3 AMPS



29
PHASE SEQUENCE DETECTOR, ROTATING DISC TYPE, 0 - 500 V AC



30
SINGLE-PHASE TRANSFORMER, 220/110 + 100 V, 3 kVA, SHELL TYPE, AIR COOLED



31
MEGGER (INSULATION TESTER), 1000 V, RANGE: 0 TO 2000 M-OHM, METAL BODY,



32
MEGGER (INSULATION TESTER), 500 V, RANGE: 0 TO 2000 M-OHM, METAL BODY,





Sl. No.
ELECTRICAL MACHINE LAB – II

DESCRIPTION



1
DC SHUNT GENERATOR, 230 V, 3 kW, 7.5 AMPS, 1500 RPM, WAVE WOUND, MAKE - GE MOTOR, CALCUTTA



2
DC SHUNT MACHINE, 220 V, 5 kW, 20 AMPS, 1500 RPM, MAKE - GE MOTOR, CALCUTTA



3
DC SHUNT GENERATOR, 220 V, 3 H. P., 10 AMPS, 1500 RPM, MAKE - GE MOTOR, CALCUTTA



4
DC SHUNT GENERATOR, 220 V, 2 H. P., 1500 RPM, MAKE - GE MOTOR, CALCUTTA



5
DC COMPOUND GENERATOR, 230 V, 3 H.P., 13 AMPS, 1500 RPM, MAKE - GE MOTOR, CALCUTTA



6
DC SERIES MOTOR, 220 V, 3 H.P., 13 AMPS, 1500 RPM, WITH OVER SPEED PROTECTION UNIT, MAKE - GE MOTOR, CALCUTTA



7
3-PHASE SQUIRREL CAGE INDUCTION MOTOR, 415 V, 1.5 H.P., 50 Hz, 3.6 AMP, 1425 RPM, MAKE - GE MOTOR, CALCUTTA



8
3-PHASE SQUIRREL CAGE INDUCTION MOTOR, 440 / 230 V, 50 Hz, 3 H.P., 5 AMP, 1440 RPM, MAKE - GE MOTOR, CALCUTTA



9
3-PHASE SLIP-RING INDUCTION MOTOR, 440 V, 50 Hz, 3 H.P., 1440 RPM, MAKE - GE MOTOR, CALCUTTA



10
SINGLE-PHASE CAPACITOR-MOTOR, 220 V, 3 H.P., 18 AMPS, 1425 RPM, MAKE - GE MOTOR, CALCUTTA



11
SINGLE-PHASE CAPACITOR-MOTOR, 220 / 240 V, 3 H.P., 18 AMPS, 1425 RPM, MAKE - GE MOTOR, CALCUTTA



12
UNIVERSAL MOTOR, 220 V, AC/DC, 2 H.P., 2800 RPM



13
SINGLE-PHASE AUTO TRANSFORMER, INPUT: 230 V AC, 50 Hz, 15 AMP, OUTPUT: 0 - 270 V, 50 Hz



14
SINGLE-PHASE LOADING RHEOSTAT, 220 V, 3 kW, 0.25 kW PER STEP, MAKE - OSWA



15
MOVING COIL AMMETER, 0 - 5- 10 AMP, PORTABLE TYPE, MAKE - MECO



16
MOVING COIL AMMETER, 7.5 - 15 - 30 AMP, PORTABLE TYPE, MAKE - MECO



17
MOVING IRON AMMETER, 0 - 1 - 3 - 5 AMP, PORTABLE TYPE, MAKE - MECO



18
MOVING IRON VOLTMETER, 0 - 75 - 150- 300 AMP, PORTABLE TYPE, MAKE - MECO



19
DC MILLI-AMMETER, 50 - 100 AMP, PORTABLE TYPE, MAKE - MECO



20
DC MILLI-AMMETER, 100 - 300 AMP, PORTABLE TYPE, MAKE - MECO



21
WATTMETER, 5 - 10 A, 125 - 250 - 500 V LPF, BOMBAY MAKE



22
ROTOR RESISTANCE STARTER FOR 3-PHASE, SLIP-RING INDUCTION MOTOR, 440 V, 3 H.P., 1440 RPM



POWER SYSTEM LAB:



Sl. No.
DESCRIPTION



1
SIMULATION OF DC DISTRIBUTION BY NETWORK ANALYZER TRAINER PANEL



2
DETERMINATION OF GENERALIZED CONSTANT A, B, C, D OF GIVEN SYSTEM TRAINER PANEL



3
TRANSFORMER OIL TESTING INSTRUMENT



4
DETERMINATION OF IMPEDANCE AND ADMITTANCE PARAMETERS OF A 2-PORT NETWORK








CICRCUIT THEORY LAB:



Sl. No.
DESCRIPTION



1
TRANSIENT RESPONSE IN R-L-C SERIES AND PARALLEL NETWORK



2
TRANSIENT RESPONSE IN R-L SERIES AND PARALLEL NETWORK



3
ACTIVE LOW PASS FILTER TRAINER



4
ACTIVE HIGH PASS FILTER TRAINER



5
ACTIVE BAND PASS FILTER TRAINER



6
BAND REJECTTION NOTCH FILTER TRAINER



7
CONSTANT K BAND PASS FILTER TRAINER



8
CONSTANT K HIGH PASS FILTER TRAINER



9
CONSTANT K LOW PASS FILTER TRAINER



10
M-DERIVED BAND PASS FILTER TRAINER



11
M-DERIVED BAND PASS FILTER TRAINER



12
M-DERIVED BAND PASS FILTER TRAINER



POWER ELECTRONICS LAB:



Sl. No.
DESCRIPTION



1
SCR CHARACTERISTICS TRAINER KIT



2
DIAC & TRIAC CHARACTERISTICS TRAINER KIT



3
DC CHOPPER TRAINER KIT



4
MOSFET CHARACTERISTIC TRAINER KIT



5
BJT CHARACTERISTICS TRAINER KIT



6
IGBT & MOSFET CHARACTERISTICS TRAINER KIT








MICROPROCESSOR LAB:



Sl. No.
DESCRIPTION



1
MICROPROCESSOR 8085 KIT 'MICRO FRIEND STAR-85 WITH POWER SYPPLY



2
MICROPROCESSOR 8085 KIT MICRO FRIEND MF DYNA-85 WITH POWER SYPPLY



3
MICROCONTROLLER 8051 TRAINER KIT WITH POWER SYPPLY





DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGG.


NAME OF LABORATORY MAJOR EQUIPMENTS


Basic electronics lab




Digital Multimeter- Metravi.
Digital Multimeter- Unity.
Analogue Multimeter.
Universal trainer, Micro.Lab II
Cathode Ray Oscilloscope.
Power supply.
Transformer-230/(12-0-12).
Transformer-230/(15-0-15).
Moving coil voltmeter.
Moving iron ammeter.



Electronics II lab


Hartley oscillator trainer Kit.
Colpitts oscillator trainer Kit.
RC-phase shift oscillator trainer Kit.
Wein bridge oscillator trainer Kit.
Sawtooth generator trainer Kit.
Class A-amplifier trainer Kit.
Class B-amplifier trainer Kit.
Class C- amplifier trainer Kit.
Cathode ray oscilloscope.
Digital Multimeter; metravi-702.
Universal trainer, Micro.Lab II
Function generator.




Switching & pulse theory lab




Jk flip flop trainer Kit..
Decade counter trainer Kit.
4-bit register trainer Kit..
R/s/d/t flip-flop trainer Kit..
Switch mode –power supply trainer Kit.
Cathode ray oscilloscope.
Digital multimeter; metravi-702.
Universal trainer, Micro.Lab II
Function generator.






Solid state device lab




Instrumentation amplifier Trainer Kit.
H-parameter Trainer Kit.
Two stage RC-coupled amplifier Trainer Kit.
Ujt trainer board
Mosfet char. Trainer board.
V-I characteristics of a SCR Trainer Kit.
Crystal oscillator trainer board
Switch Mode Power Supply trainer board.
Cathode ray oscilloscope
Digital multimeter; metravi-702.




Electronic measurement
Wheatstone bridge trainer board
Schearing’s bridge trainer board.
Maxwel’s bridge trainer board.
Experimental model of digital frequency meter
Hay’s bridge trainer kit
Anderson’s bridge trainer kit
Dual trace cathode ray oscilloscope (CRO)
3&1/2 digital multimeter - metravi 702
Function generator
Digital storage oscilloscope-60 MHz with 1:1&1:10 probe
Tachometer
Digital multimeter; metravi-702.


Linear integrated circuit lab


Constant k high pass filter trainer board
Constant k low pass filter trainer board.
M derived low pass filter trainer board.
M derived band pass filter trainer board.
Universal trainer micro-lab II.
Dual trace cathode ray oscilloscope (CRO)
3&1/2 digital multimeter - metravi 702








Digital circuit theory lab
Bcd Decoder trainer board
Dac Trainer board
Adc Trainer board
Jk flip flop Trainer Kit..
Decade Counter Trainer Kit..
4-Bit Register Trainer Kit..
R/s/d/t flip-flop Trainer Kit.
Switch Mode –Power Supply Trainer Kit..
Cathode Ray Oscilloscope.
Digital Multimeter Metravi-702.
Function generator.
Universal Trainer Micro-lab II.



MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT

NAME OF LABORATORY : :ENGINEERING MECHANICS LAB .


SL. NO
MAJOR EQUIPMENTS

1
BAND FRICTION APPARATUS

2
SIMPLE MACHINE (WORM &WORM WHEEL)

3
LIMITING FRICTION APPARATUS

4
FORCE POLYGON APPARATUS

5
MOMENT OF INERTIA OF ROTATING MASS (FLY WHEEL )

6
NEWTON SECOND LAW OF MOTION BY “ FLETCHER TROLLEY “

7
DIFFERENTIAL WHEEL & AXLE APPARATUS

8
SPRING STIFFNESS APPARATUS

9
SIMPLE SUPPORTED BEAM WITH WEIGHT

10
SIMPLE SUPPORTED BEAM WITHOUT WEIGHT

11
TOSION TEST MACHINE VERTICAL

12
TORSIN TEST MACHINE HORIZONTAL



NAME OF LABORATORY : STRENGTH OF MATERIAL LAB


S.NO
MAJOR EQUIPMENTS

1
UNIVERSAL TESTING MACHINE ( 60TON) MODEL FUN 600

2
TORSION TESTING MACHINE (MODEL FTT100 NM)

3
IMPACT TESTING MACHINE (MODEL FIT 300N)

4
COMPRESSION TESTING MACHINE

5
ROCKWELL HARDNESS TESTING MACHINE (MODEL ORS)

6
VICKERS HARDNESS TESTING MACHINE (BV 120(S) )

7
BRINELL HARDNESS TESTING MACHINE (MODEL TKB 3000N)

8
FATIGUE TESTING MACHINE



NAME OF LABORATORY : FLUID MECHANICS LAB .


S.NO
MAJOR EQUIPMENTS

1
METACENTRIC HEIGHT APPARATUS

2
BERNOULLIS THEOREM VERIFICATION APPARATUS

3
VENTURIMETER (HORIZONTAL )

4
APPARATUS FOR DETERMINATION OF LOSSES IN PIPE

5
PIPE FRICTION SET

6
REYNOLDS LAW APPARATUS

7
STOCK S LAW APPARATUS

8
PRESSURE GUAGE

9
VISCOSITY CAPILLARY TUBE APPARATUS

10
VACCUM GUAGE



NAME OF LABORATORY : FLUID MACHINERY LAB


S.NO
MAJOR EQUIPMENT S

1
PELTON WHEEL TURBINE PUMP TEST RIG

2
IMPACT OF JET



NAME OF LABORATORY : APPLIED THERMODYNAMICS LAB


S.NO
MAJOR EQUIPMENTS

1
MODEL OF COCHRAN BOILER

2
MODEL OF BABCOCK BOILER

3
MODEL OF LANCASHIRE BOILER

4
MODEL OF VERTICAL WATER TUBE BOILER



NAME OF LABORATORY : HEAT & MASS TRANSFER LAB


S. NO
MAJOR EQUIPMENTS

1
STOKES LAW APPARATUS

2
REYNOLDS LAW APPARATUS

3
THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY OF METAL ROD APPARATUS

4
STEFAN BOLTZ MAN APPARATUS

5
HEAT TRANSFER THROUGH NATURAL CONVECTION APPARATUS



NAME OF LABORATORY : I.C. ENGINE LAB


S.NO
MAJOR EQUIPMENTS

1
FOUR STROKE DIESEL ENGINE TEST RIG

2
FOUR STROKE PETROL ENGINE TEST RIG

3
TWO STROKE PETROL ENGINE TEST RIG



NAME OF LABORATORY REFRIGERATION & AIR CONDITIONING LAB


S.NO
MAJOR EQUIPMENTS

1
REFRIGERATION CYCLE TEST RIG

2
AIR CONDITIONING CYCLE TEST RIG



NAME OF LABORATORY: MATERIAL SCIENCE LAB


S.NO
MAJOR EQUIPMENTS

1
DOUBLE DISC POLISHING MACHINE

2
DRY BELT GRINDER

3
SPECIMEN LEVELER

4
HYDRAULIC MOUNTING PRESS

5
METALLURGICAL MICROSCOPE (MODEL – RMM 7B)

5.1
GRAIN SIZE EYE PIECE FOR MICROSCOPE

6
HORIZONTAL MUFFLE FURNACE (4² ´ 4²´ 9²)

7
CUT OF WHEEL MACHINE

8
HOT AND COLD AIR BLOWER

9
HOT PLATE (12²´10²)

10
STROHLEIN APPARATUS

11
CHEMICAL BALANCE (CAPACITY—200gm)



NAME OF LABORATORY : KINETICS OF MACHINES LAB


S.NO
MAJOR EQUIPMENT

1
VIBRATION LAB EQUIPMENT

2
CAM ANALYSIS APPARATUS

3
WHIRLING OF SHAFT APPARATUS

4
STATIC & DYNAMIC BALANCING APPARATUS

5
MOTORIZED GYROSCOPE

6
JOURNAL BEARING APPARATUS

7
UNIVERSAL GOVERNOR APPARATUS

8
FOUR BAR MECHANISM (MODEL)

9
DOUBLE SLIDER CRANK MECHANISM (MODEL)

10
STEERING GEAR MECHANISM



NAME OF LABORATORY : MECHANICAL MEASUREMENT & METROLOGY LAB


SL. No.
MAJOR EQUIPMENTS

1
VERNIER CALIPER , SIZE 8² ( D- 200 mm )

2
MICRO METER ( 0-50 mm )

3
VERNIER HEIGHT GAUGE ( 0-300mm )

4
DIAL INDICATOR ( STND. )

5
SLIP GAUGE SET ( SET OF 46 PIECES )

6
FEELER GAUGE SET ( 31 /2 ² ) LENGTH

7
MAIN PLUG GAUGE ( GO – NOGO ) , 1-25 mm IN STEPS OF 1 mm TO 1_+ 17 GRADES

8
SPIRIT LEVEL

9
SINE BAR , SIZE 200mm

10
MECHANICAL COMPARATOR , RANGE 0- 120 mm

11
THERMO COUPLE CALIBRATION TEST RIG

12
PYROMETER (i) RADIATION PYROMETER

(ii) OPTICAL PYROMETER

13
PRESSURE MEASUREMENT DEVICE ( 0-10 )KG / CM2

14
TORQUE MEASUREMENT DEVICE WITH TRANSDUCER , 1KG M

15
DISPLACEMENT MEASUREMENT WITH LVDT



WORKSHOP


S.NO
MAJOR EQUIPMENT
QUANTITY

1
LATHE MACHINE (6¢ CENTER )
04

2
LATHE MACHINE (5¢CENTER )
01

3
LATHE MACHINE (4.5¢ CENTER )
01

4
SHAPER MACHINE (26²STROKE ,2H.P.MOTOR
01

5
MILLER MACHINE (HORIZONTAL ) WITH VERTICAL ATTACHMENT


01

6
RADIAL DRILLING MACHINE 1.5”SIZE
01

7
VERTICAL DRILLING MACHINE 0.75” SIZE
02

8
SAWING MACHINE ( HAND OPERATED )
01

9
SAWING MACHINE POWER OPERATED
01

10
GRINDING MACHINE (BENCH GRINDER )0.5
02

11
AIR BLOWER
01



List of Experimental Setup

Applied Physics


1. To find out the wavelength of sodium yellow light forming Newton’s ring.

2. Find out dispersive power of prism.

3. To calibrate a milliammeter using a tangent galvanometer.

4. Findout equivalent focal length of co-axial lens system.

5. To determine the co-efficient of viscosity of water by capillary flow method.

6. To find the thermal conductivity of a bad conductor by Lees and Charlton’s apparatus.

7. Standarisation of potentiometer.

8. Determination of resistance per unit length of carey- foster’s bridge wire and hence

determination of resistance of an unknown resistor.

9. Determination of frequency of a tuning fork by Melde’s method.

10. Determination of Plank’s constant using photocells.

11.To determine the wavelength of light by Fresnel’s biprism.


Applied Chemistry


1. Acid-Base Titration(Estimation of commercial caustic soda)

2. Redox Titration(Estimation of iron using permanganomentry).

3. Complexometric Titration(Estimation of hardness using EDTA titration).

4. Preparation and analysis of metal complex(Copper ammonia complex).

5. Heterogeneous equilibrium(Determination of partition coefficient of acetic acid between n-butanol and water).

6. Viscosity of solutions (Determination of percentage composition of sugar solution from viscosity)

7. Chemical Kinetics (Determination of relative rates of reaction of iodide with H2O2 at room temperature (clock reaction)

8. Photochemical Oxidation reduction (study of photochemical reduction of ferric salts).

9. Synthesis of aspirin.

10. Synthesis of p-nitro aniline from acetanilide.

11. Detection of functional groups in organic compounds.

12. Utilization of paper/thin layer/column chromatographic techniques in the separation of organic compounds.

13. Radical polymerization of vinyl monomers such as styrene, acrylonitrile etc.

14. Conductometric titration (determination of the strength of a given HCl solution by titration against a standard NaOH solution).


Computer Science & Engineering


SL. NO.
TITLE
PARTICULARS

1
MS-DOS
To Execute 10 Commands & observe the output

2
MS-WORD
To Build a Resume

3
POWERPOINT
To Prepare a presentation on R.V.S.C.E.T

4
EXCEL
To prepare Mark Sheet for Different Department

5
PRGRAMMING IN BASIC
i) To ADD TWO numbers

ii) To Write a Program which identifies whether a no is EVEN or ODD

iii) To find the ROOTS of Quadratic Equation

iv) To find the AVG. of SEVEN given numbers

v) To Find the FACTORIAL of the given numbers

vi) To find the PRODUCT of N EVEN INTEGERS

vii) To Write a Program which identifies whether a no is PRIME or NOT

viii) To identify the LOWEST of the Three Given numbers

6
PROGRAMMING IN FORTRAN
i) To ADD TWO numbers

ii) To Write a Program which identifies whether a no is EVEN or ODD

iii) To find the ROOTS of Quadratic Equation

iv) To find the AVG. of SEVEN given numbers

v) To Find the FACTORIAL of the given numbers

vi) To find the PRODUCT of N EVEN INTEGERS

vii) To Write a Program which identifies whether a no is PRIME or NOT

viii) To identify the LOWEST of the Three Given numbers

7
PROGRAMMING IN

PASCAL
i) To ADD TWO numbers

ii) To Write a Program which identifies whether a no is EVEN or ODD

iii) To find the ROOTS of Quadratic Equation

iv) To find the AVG. of SEVEN given numbers

v) To Find the FACTORIAL of the given numbers

vi) To find the PRODUCT of N EVEN INTEGERS

vii) To Write a Program which identifies whether a no is PRIME or NOT

viii) To identify the LOWEST of the Three Given numbers

8
PRGRAMMING IN COBOL
i) To ADD TWO numbers

ii) To Write a Program which identifies whether a no is EVEN or ODD

iii) To find the ROOTS of Quadratic Equation

iv) To find the AVG. of SEVEN given numbers

v) To Find the FACTORIAL of the given numbers

vi) To find the PRODUCT of N EVEN INTEGERS

vii) To Write a Program which identifies whether a no is PRIME or NOT

viii) To identify the LOWEST of the Three Given numbers



Electronics & Communication Engineering


Study of V-A Characteristics of P-N Junction Diode.
Study of V-A Characteristics of a Zener Diode.
Study of C. R. O. (Cathode Ray Oscilloscope) and observation of input and output waves of (i) H-W Rectifier, (ii) Mid-point Full-wave rectifier, and (iii) Bridge Rectifier.
Study of Characteristics Curves of Bipolar Junction Transistor for:
a) Common Base configuration,

b) Common Emitter configuration,

c) Common Collector configuration.

Study of Characteristics of JFET (Junction type Field Effect Transistor).
Study of MOSFET (Metal Oxide Semiconductor FET).
Verification of properties of Operational Amplifier,
Study of working of Data Acquisition System.
Verification of Logic Gates,
Verification and realization of different Flip-Flops (SR, JK and D),
Study of 4-Bit Register,
Study of B. C. D. Counter,
Study of Bi-stable Multi-vibrator (using 555 Timer or TTL).
Study of Astable Multivibrator.
Study of HighPass and Low Pass Single Order Filter
Study of Thermocouple Instruments like VTVM - TVM.
Study of Power Measuring Techniques Bolometer & Calorimeter Method.
Study of A C Wheatstone bridge.
Measurement of Low Value Capacitances.
Measurement of Incremental Inductances.
Study of Digital Frequency Meter.
Phase measurement using C. R. O.
Square Wave Testing of amplifiers.
Study of Transfer Characteristics of Op-amp.
Fabrication of Voltage to Current / Current to Voltage Converter using Op-amp.
Fabrication of Non-linear system Comparator, Zero Crossing Detector using Op-amp.
Study of Band Pass & Band Reject Filter.
Study of R-C Phase Shift Oscillator.
To generate Square Wave, Pulse, Triangular Wave using C. R. O.
Study of Switching Regulator.
Study of Binary Ladder D/A Converters.
Study of Switched Mode Power Supply (S. M. P. S.).
Study of Feedback Amplifier Characteristics Effect of Negative Feedback on Gain.
Study of R-C Phase Shift Oscillator.
Study of Wein Bridge Oscillator.
Study of Crystal Oscillator.
Study of Push Pull Configuration of Power Amplifier.
Rectifying and Breakdown Characteristics of P-N Junction and Point Contact diodes.
Input and Output characteristics of Bipolar Transistor in (a) Common base, and (b) Common Emitter configurations.
Drain Current (ID) Drain to Source Voltage (VDS) Characteristics of Junction Field Effect Transistor (JFET).
Study of SCR Characteristics.
Measurement of h-parameters of Bipolar Junction Transistor.
Study of basic properties of Operational Amplifier.
Measurement of Energy Band Gap and Resistivity of semiconductor sample.
Measurement of Carrier Concentration in a semiconductor by Hall measurements.
Measurement of Junction Capacitance and Ideality Factor of semiconductor diode.
Study of effect of Temperature on Leakage current and Breakdown voltage of P-N Junction.
Study of UJT and Relaxation Oscillator.
Study of Frequency Response of R-C Coupled Amplifier.
Measurement of Power in a three-phase circuit by two-wattmeter method for Balanced & Unbalanced Load and


(i) Power Factor Calculation,

(ii) Reactive Power Calculation.

Polarity Test of Transformer.
Transient Response of R-L, R-C and R-L-C Series & Parallel Circuits for
a) Step Input,

b) Sinusoidal method using Laplace Transform Method.

Synthesis of R-L, R-C and Driving Point Impedance pull using Foster and Cauer Forms.
Electrical & Electronics Engineering

1. To obtain the V-I characteristic of fluorescent lamp.

2. To obtain V-I characteristic of Incandescent lamp.

3. Measurement of current, voltage and power in RLC series circuit excited by single phase A. C. supply.

4. Measurement of electrical energy (KWh) by single phase energymeter.

5. Measurement power in an A. C. circuit using C.T. (Current Transformer) and P.T. (potential transformer).

6. Open circuit and short circuit tests on a single phase transformer and to calculate the efficiency of transformer.

7. To measure the amature and field resistance of a DC machine.

8. Determination of open circuit characteristics (OCC) of a DC machine.

9. Starting and speed control of a DC shunt motor.

10. Two-wattmeter method of measuring power in three-phase circuit (resistive load )

11. Verification of circuit theorems, Thevenin’s and Superposition theorems (with D. C. sources only) .

12. Connection and starting of a three-phase induction motor using direct online (DOL) or star- delta starter.

Mechanical Engineering

Exp. No.
Name of Experiment

1
Band Friction

2
Simple Machine (Worm & Worm Wheel)

3
Limiting Friction

4
Equilibrium of Forces (Force Polygon)

5
Moment of Inertia of a Rotating mass (Flywheel)

6
Newton’s Law of Motion (by Fletcher Trolley)

7
Differential Wheel and Axle




Computing Facilities:

Ø Number and Configuration of Systems 3.06 GHz, INTEL M. Board, 128 DDR RAM, P IV

Ø Total number of systems connected by LAN 150

Ø Total number of systems connected to WAN - NIL

Ø Internet bandwidth 2 mbps Sify Broad Band

Ø Major software packages available FORTRAN, PASCAL, COBOL, WIN XP

Ø Special purpose facilities available Internet Cafe



Workshop:

Ø List of facilities available.

Games and Sports Facilities – 3 Indoor Stadium & 1 Outdoor Stadium

Extra Curriculum Activities – Sports Week – FROLIC 2007 completed successfully.

Soft Skill Development Facilities – Communication & Personality Lab available.

Number of Classrooms and size of each – 16 of 66 Sqm. each

Number of Tutorial rooms and size of each – 10 of 37 Sqm. each

Number of laboratories and size of each – 17 of 150 Sqm. each

Number of drawing halls and size of each – 3 of 170 Sqm. each

Number of Computer Centres with capacity of each – 4 of 150 Sqm. each

Central Examination Facility, Number of rooms and capacity of each – 4 of 60 Capacity each.





TEACHING LEARNING PROCESS

Ø Curricula and syllabi for each of the programmes as approved by the University. Academic Calendar of the University

Ø Academic Time Table

Ø Teaching Load of each Faculty

Ø Internal Continuous Evaluation System and place

Ø Students assessment of Faculty, System in place.



In accordance to the Curriculum & Norms of All India Council for Technical Education.



For each Post Graduate programme give the following:

i. Title of the programme

ii. Curricula and Syllabi

iii. Faculty Profile



SI
Name
Designation
Subject Teaching
1.
YOGENDRA KUMAR
LECTURER
Course to be started from 2008 - 2009 Session.

2.
KAMLESHWAR KUMAR PANDEY

3.
SRABONI MANDAL




Ø Brief profile of each faculty.

· Laboratory facilities exclusive to the PG programme




MASTER OF COMPUTER APPLICATION (MCA)
LIST OF EQUIPMENTS



Sl.No.
Name of Equipments
Equipment Description
Name of Manufacturer
Quantity

1
CPU
Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU

3.06 GHz, 128 Mb RAM, 40GB HDD.
Zenith
60

2
CD ROM
52 X max
Zenith
08

3
CD WRITER
RW 52.32.52
Zenith
02

4
Monitor
CRT 15”
Zenith
60

5
Keyboard
Keyboard
Zenith
60

6
Mouse
Mouse
Zenith
60

7
Switch
16 Port
Quantum
02

8
Catalyst Switch
24 Port
CISCO
02

9
Forty Gate
Firewall
Forty Gate
02

10
AC
2 TON
Blue Star
04


Special Purpose
· Software, all design tools in case

· Academic Calendar and frame work

· Research focus

List of typical research projects.

· Industry Linkage

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

· Placement status

· Admission procedure

· Fee Structure

· Hostel Facilities

· Contact address of co-ordinator of the PG programme

Name:

Address:

Telephone:

E-mail:

IN ACCORDANCE TO ALL INDIA COUNCIL FOR TECHNICAL EDUCATION, NEW DELHI



Note: Suppression and/or misrepresentation of information would attract appropriate penal action.






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ADMINISTRATION


NIT Patna is led by a group of senior and experienced administrators headed by Chairman, Board of Governors and administered by Director, NIT Patna. The administration of NIT Patna is led by following authorities :-

Chairman, Board of Governors : Dr. Ashoka Chandra

Director, NIT Patna : Dr. U. C. Ray

Dean, Academic : Dr. U. S. Triar

Dean, Planning & Development : Dr. Kumar Surendra Prasad Singh

Dean, Students : Dr. S. M. Jha

Dean, Sponsored Research & Industrial Consultancy : Dr. Surendra Kumar

Registrar, NIT Patna : Dr. Vidya Sagar



Service Units

For smooth functioning of Institute and to manage the administrative work efficiently thefollowing 14 service units have been created. Name of persons heading different serviceunits along with their designation are given below:



Sl no Service Unit Head Professor Incharge
1 Faculty Development Services Unit - Prof. Narendra Kumar
2 Linkages Service Unit - Dr. M.M. Choudhary
3 Alumni Services Unit - Dr. Sudarshan Singh
4 Training and Placement Services Unit - Prof. S.J. Hasnain
5 SRIC Services Unit - Dr. Surendra Kumar
6 Academic Services Unit Dean(academics) Prof.(Dr.) U.S. Triar

7 Students Services Unit Dean(students) Dr. S.M. Jha
8 Account Service Unit Registrar Prof. Vidya Sagar
9 Personnel Services Unit Registrar Prof. Vidya Sagar
10 Examinations Services Unit Dy Registrar Dr. L.B. Roy
11 Procurement Services Unit Dy Registrar Dr. S.K. Verma
12 Admission Services Unit Asst. Registrar Dr. Om Prakash
13 I.T. based Management Services unit Asst. Registrar Sri Prabhat kumar
14 Estate Services Unit Executive Engineer Dr. Manoj Kumar









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