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UNIVERSITY GRANT COMMISSION BAHADUR SHAH ZAFAR MARG NEW DELHI 110 002 Proforma for submission of information

n by State Private Universities for ascertaining their norms and standards A. Legal Status 1.1 1.2 1.3 Name and Address of the University Headquarters of the University Information about University a. Website www.spsu.ac.in b. Email info@spsu.ac.in c. Phone Nos. 02957-226095-100 d. Fax Nos. 02957-226094 Information about Authorities of the University a. Ph. (including mobile), Fax Nos. and email of Chancellor. Email: yp.singhania@jkcement.com Phone:0512-2371478 b. Ph. (including mobile), Fax Nos. and email of ViceChancellor. Email: pradip.deka@spsu.ac.in Mobile: 9799396289 Phone: 02957-226093 c. Ph. (including mobile), Fax Nos. and email of Registrar. Email: manobi.bose@spsu.ac.i Mobile: 9928717289 Phone: 02957-226095-100 d. Ph. (including mobile), Fax Nos. and email of Finance Officer. Email: mudrika.jain@spsu.ac.in Mobile: 9672989169 Phone: 02957-226095-100 1.4 1.5 Date of Establishment Name of the Society/ Trust promoting the University (information may be provided in the following format) (copy of the registered MoA/ Trust Deed to be enclosed) Sir Padampat Singhania University Bhatewar, Udaipur, Rajasthan

Yadupati Singhania Chancellor

Pradip Chandra Deka Vice Chancellor

Manobi Bose Tagore Registrar

Mudrika Jain Finance Officer

October 22, 2007 JK Cement Ltd. (MoA enclosed as Appendix-l) JK Cement Nimbahera Foundation (Trust Deed enclosed as Appendix- ll)

1.6

Composition of the Society/ Trust


Name Address Occupation Designation in the Society/ Trust

Yadupati Singhania

Ganga Kuti, 11, Cantonment,

Business

Managing Trustee

Kanpur 11/214, Souter Ganj,Kanpur R.G.Bagla O-9, Jaylaylon Colony, Kamla Nagar, Kanpur K.N.Khandelwal 50, MIG- W Block, Keshav Nagar, Kanpur D. Ravisankar JK Cement Works, Kailash Nagar, Nimbahera, Rajasthan Ashok Ghosh House No. 30, Sector 28, Noida J.P.Bajpai

Business

Trustee

Business

Trustee

Business

Trustee

Service

Trustee

Service

Trustee

(Details provided in Appendix lll) 1.7 Whether the members of the Society/ Trust are members in other Societies/ Trusts or in the Board of Governors in companies? If yes, please provide details in the following format :Name of the member Address Name of the society/ trust Designation in the Society/ Trust

No

1.8

Whether the promoting Society/ Trust is involved in promoting/ running any other University/ Educational Institution? If yes, please give details in the following format:Name of the University/ Educational Institution i)Gaur Hari Singhania Institute of Management, Kanpur, UP. ii)Lala Kamlapat Singhania Education Centre, Gotan, Rajasthan. iii) Sir Padampat Singhania School, Kanpur, UP iv) Saraswati Vidyalaya Activities PG in Institute in Management Class XII standard School

Yes

Class XII standard School UG college 2

Kanya College, Lucknow, UP v) Sir Padampat Singhania Education Centre, Kanpur, UP vi) Kailash Vidya Mandir, Nimbahera, Rajasthan vii) JK Institute of Technology, Nimbahera, Rajasthan viii) JKMK Public School, Kanpur, UP ix) Kamla Town Trust for ITI, Kanpur, UP

Class XII standard School

Class XII standard School Training Institute on Cement Technology Class XII standard School Diploma Institute

1.9

Whether the promoting Society/ Trust is involved in promoting/ running activities other than educational? If yes, please give details in the following format:Name of the Organization Activities

No

1.10

Act and notification under which established (Copy of the Act & Notification to be enclosed) Enclosed

i). Sir Padampat Singhania University, Udaipur Ordinance, 2007 (Ordinance No. 8 of 2007). Notification No. F.4(6) Vidhi/2/2007 dated 22.10.2007 (Enclosed as Appendix- lV) ii). Sir Padampat Singhania University, Udaipur Act, 2008. (Act No.4 of 2008). Notification No. F.2(7) Vidhi/ 2/ 2008 dated 29.03.2008 (Enclosed as Appendix- V) Yes

1.11

Whether the University has been established by a separate State Act?

B. Organization Description 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 Whether Unitary in nature (as per the UGC Regulation) Territory Jurisdiction of the University as per the Act Details of the constituted units of the University, if any, as mentioned in the Act Whether any off-campus centre(s) established? If yes, please give details of the approval granted by the State Government and UGC in the following format:a. Place of the off-campus ____________________ b. Letter No. & date of the approval of State Government ____________________________ c. Letter No. & date of the approval of UGC _________ 3 Yes State of Rajasthan Not applicable No

2.5

(Please attach attested copy of the approval) Whether any off-shore campus established? If yes, please give details of the approval granted by the Government of India and the host country in the following format:a. Place of the off-shore campus__________ b. Letter No. & date of the approval of host country ______________ c. Letter No. & date of the approval of Government of India_______ (Please attach attested copy of the approval)

No

2.6

2.7

Does the University offer a distance education programme? If yes, whether the courses run under distance mode are approved by competent authority? (Please enclose attested copy of the course-wise approval of competent authority) Whether the University has established study centre(s)? If yes, please provide details and whether these study centres are approved by the competent authority of the University and UGC? (Please enclose attested copy of the approval from the competent authority) C. Academic Activities Description 3. Academic Programmes

No

No

3.1

Details of the programmes permitted to be offered by Gazette Notification of the State Government and its reference [Details provided in Appendix V, Schedule-II, page 39 (77)]

Programme

Sanctioned Intake

Actual enrolment

Phase I - UG
School of Engineering Biotechnology, Chemical Engg., Computer Sci. & Engg., Electronics & Comm. Engg., Information Technology, Mechanical Engg. Not specified Pl. refer to Item 3.2

Later Phases School of Textile Not specified Not started

School of Functional Genomics School of Gastronomy & Hospitality School of Management

Not specified

Not started

Not specified Not specified Not specified

Not started

Pl. refer to Item 3.2 Pl. refer to Item 3.2

PG

Diploma PG Diploma Certificate Course M.Phil Ph.D

Not specified Not specified Not specified Not specified Not specified

No programme No programme No programme No programme Pl. refer to Item 3.2

3.2

Current number of academic programme/ courses offered by the University (Details provided in Appendix VI)

Programme

Sanctioned Intake

Actual enrolment (2012-13) 147 08 03 08

UG B.Tech BBM B.Com (Hons) BBM-MBA integrated PG M.Tech MBA Diploma PG Diploma Certificate Course 5

220 10 10 10

30 30 Not applicable Not applicable Not applicable

20 07

M.Phil Ph.D (Total) Engineering Management

Not applicable 28 23 05

09 08 01

3.3

Whether approvals of relevant statutory council(s) such as AICTE, BCI,DEC, DCI, INC, MCI, NCTE, PCI, etc. have been taken to: a. Start new courses b. To increase intake If yes please enclose copy of approval and give course-wise details in the following format:Name of the course Statutory council Whether approval taken

The University is not offering any academic programme which requires approval from any statutory council. The University has obtained approval from UGC for awarding degree vide letter No. F.9-8/2009(CPP-1) dated 13.04.2009 Copy enclosed as Appendix-VII

3.4

If the University is running courses under distance mode, please provide details about the students enrolled in the following format:Name of the study centre Courses offered No. of students enrolled

Not applicable

3.5

(please enclose copy of the coursewise approval of the competent authority) Temporal plan of academic work in the University Semester system/ Annual system Whether the University is running any course which is not specified under Section 22 of the UGC Act, 1956? If yes, please give details in the following format:a. Name of the course(s) b. Since when started c. Whether the University has applied for permission from UGC?

Semester System

3.6

No

4. 4.1

Student Enrolment and Student Support Number of students enrolled in the University for the current academic year according to region and countries (please give separate information for main campus and off-campus/ off-shore campus) (Academic session 2012-13) No. of students from the same state where the University is located No. of No. of NRI students students from other states No. of overseas students excluding NRIs Grand Total

Particulars

Foreign students

Person of Indian origin students

UG

PG

M.Phil

Ph.D

Diploma

PG Diploma

M F T M F T M F T M F T M F T M F T M F T M

26 02 28 13 10 23 ---03 01 -----------

106 30 136 03 01 04 ---02 01 -------------

Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil ---Nil Nil Nil -------------

Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil ---Nil Nil Nil -------------

Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil ---Nil Nil Nil -------------

132 32 164 16 11 27 ---05 02 07 -------------

Certificate

Any other (pl. specify)

F -T -M-Male, F-Female, T-Total

4.2

Category-wise No. of students (Academic session 2012-13)

Category SC ST OBC PH General Total

Male 09 01 30 00 108 148

Female 01 00 03 00 39 43

Total 10 01 33 00 147 191

4.3

Details of the two batches of students admitted Batch 1 Year of Entry (2007 for UG and 2009 for PG) UG PG Total 104 37 104 16 nil 88 88 01 nil 36 36 16 nil 124 124 Batch 2 Year of Entry (2008 for UG and 2010 for PG) UG PG Total 305 28 333 50 nil 255 255 01 nil 27 27 51 nil 282 282

Particulars

No. admitted to the programme No. of drop outs (a) Within four months of Joining (b) Afterwards No. appeared for final year examination No. passed in the final exam No. passed in first class* CGPA 6.0 to 6.9 7.0 to 7.9 8.0 to 8.9 9.0 and above

47 23 7 1

14 13 09 nil

61 36 16 nil

153 72 17 nil

4 11 12 nil

157 83 29 nil

*University follows cumulative grade point average (CGPA) system for grading the students 4.4 Does the University provide bridge/ remedial courses to the educationally disadvantaged students? If yes, please give details Yes. Remedial courses are offered in all the core subjects whenever required. Any students can attend these courses as per his/her requirements. Yes. Financial assistance from 30 to 90 % of the tuition fee is provided to socially disadvantageous group of students.

4.5

Does the University provide any financial help to the students from socially disadvantageous group? If yes, please give details

4.6

4.7

In case the University is running M.Phil/ PhD programme, whether it is full time or part time and whether these programmes are run as per UGC Regulations, 2009 on M.Phil/ Ph.D. Whether the University has a website? If yes please give website address and whether the website is regularly updated?

Offers full time Ph.D degree programme as per the UGC Regulations 2009. Yes. Website address: www.spsu.ac.in website is regularly updated Through News papers, University Prospectus and website Yes. Students can report to the Hostel Warden regarding any grievance related to hostel and mess. For any grievance related to academic matters, students can report to the respective Head of the Department. The Hostel Warden and the Head of the Departments are empowered to take appropriate action. However, if required, they will forward the matter to the Dean, Registrar, and ViceChancellor for taking appropriate action. Apart from the above procedure, the University has adopted a Mentorship Programme. Under this, a group of 10 students are put under a faculty member, who acts as their mentor. Students are encouraged to discuss their academic, hostel, mess, and personal problems with the mentor. The mentor in turn tries to resolve their problems and provide guidance. The mentor may involve higher authorities, if required. Further, there exist a Proctor and a Proctorial Board to maintain discipline in the campus and also to keep the various students bodies

4.8

How are the prospective students informed about the criteria for admission, rules & regulations, facilities available, etc.? Whether any grievance redressal mechanism is available in the University? If yes, please provide details about the complaints received against malpractices, etc in the University in the following format:No complaints have been received against malpractice. However some of the other complaints received are listed below: Name of the complaint Menu of the food served in the mess Complaint Date of against complaint Head, 04.08.2008 Administration Action taken by the University A mess committee was constituted with representatives from students and wardens to develop monthly menu. Head, 10.08.2008 Stationary Administration shop opened in the campus

4.9

Nonavailability of stationary shop in the campus NonLibrarian 12.08.2008 Photocopying availability of facility photocopying provided facility in the campus NonHead, 22.08.2008 An ATM was availability of Administration installed by Bank facility IOB on 24.07.2009 Lack of non- Head, 29.08.2008 A new nonveg. meals in Administration veg. mess was the mess introduced from 01.07.2010 Loss of Hostel 06.09.2008 Recovered mobile Warden after search in phone from the hostel. 9

hostel Nonavailability of complaint box for the students Loss of laptop from hostel Registrar

Warning issued. 19.09.2008 Complaint box provided for the students

advised of the various policies and practices in the university.

Hostel Warden

NonHead, IT availability of Internet for 24 hrs for PG students NonHead, IT availability of adequate computers in the labs.

16.01 2009 Recovered after search in the hostel. Warning issued. 23.07.2009 Allowed

Nonavailability of Ambulance Nonavailability of restaurant in the campus Nonavailability of parking for two wheelers of students Nonavailability of shade (to provide protection from rain & sun) in the foot-paths. Nonavailability of TV in the mess Increase of library hours during exam period

23.09.2009 Additional numbers of computers procured as per requirement and installed in labs. Head , 15.10.2009 An Ambulance Administration was procured on 28.04.2010 Head, 09.11.2009 A restaurant Administration was set- up on 04.10.2010 Head, 10.02.2010 Parking facility Administration for two wheelers was created Head, 17.02.2010 Foot-paths Administration were covered on 15.09.2011

Hostel Wardens

29.03.2010 TV provided in the mess

Librarian

13.04.2011 Library hours extended

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Nonavailability of flood light facility for playing outdoor games during night Inadequate number of text books in the Library

Head, 07.10.2011 Flood lights Administration provided in the play ground.

Librarian

12.01.2012 Additional numbers of text books were procured wherever required.

5. 5.1

Curriculum, Teaching Learning Process/ Method, Examination/ Evaluation System Which University body finalized the curriculum? The composition of the body may be given (Board of Studies, Academic Council, Board of Management) The Academic Council finalizes the curriculum. Composition of: i). Board of Management (composition: Appendix- VIII; other details: Appendix - IX) ii). Academic Council (composition: Appendix- X) iii). Board of Studies (composition: Appendix- XI) Procedure for revision of the curriculum: i). Each Department proposes for revision of curriculum to the Board of Studies. ii).The Board of Studies sends its recommendations to the Academic Council iii). The Academic Council sends its recommendations to the Board of Management, and iv). The Board of Management approves the proposals. The curriculum was last updated on 27.09.2012

5.2

What are the Rules/ regulation/ procedure for revision of the curriculum and when was the curriculum last updated?

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5.3

5.4

Whether approval of statutory bodies such as Board of Studies, Academic Council and Board of Management of the University has been taken to start various courses? If yes, please enclose extracts of the minutes. Furnish details of the following aspects of curriculum design: Innovation such as modular curricula Inter/ multidisciplinary approach

Yes Extracts of the minutes enclosed as Appendix- XII. Each academic programme has two components: Core Subjects and Elective Subjects. Elective subjects are offered in modular configuration. (Appendix- XIII) Several Inter-disciplinary Electives are also offered. (Appendix- XIV)

5.5

Has the University conducted an academic audit? If yes, please give details regarding frequency and its usage.

Yes. After completion of every two academic years, each School reviews its academic performance for each Department. Following aspects are included in the review: Relevance of the course content Coverage of syllabus Remedial courses required Students performance Lab/ equipment required Requirement of additional faculty with specialization(s) Up-gradation required for existing faculty Based on the review, each School takes appropriate actions as per their requirements. Following other avenues of learning are provided: i).Summer internships ii). Seminars iii). Minor Projects iv). Major Projects v). Project Endeavour Examination System is composed of the following components: i).Mid Term- I(Theory & Practical)

5.6

Apart from classroom instruction, what are the other avenues of learning provided for the students? (Example: Projects, Internships, Field training, Seminars etc.)

5.7

Please provide details of the examination system (whether examination based or practical based)

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5.8

What methods of evaluation of answer scripts do the University follows? Whether external experts are invited for evaluation?

ii). Mid Term-II(Theory) iii). Tutorial (Quiz, Seminar, Viva) iv). End Term(Theory & Practical) All the examinations are evaluated internally, except the M.Tech dissertation and Ph.D thesis. M.Tech dissertation is evaluated by an external examiner, who also conducts the viva-voce examination. Ph.D thesis is sent for evaluation to two experts; one from India and other from abroad. One of the experts is invited to conduct viva-voce examination. Number of malpractice cases reported during last 3 years: ________________ Year Number ________________ 2009-10 - 24 2010-11 - 18 2011-12 - 19 ________________ These cases were placed in the Disciplinary Committee and disciplinary actions were taken as per the rules. Yes Pl. refer to Item 5.7 Course content of all the paper offered in the semester are translated into Lesson Plans. The course instructor teaches the paper as per the Lesson Plan. The Dean and the Head of the departments monitors the course coverage in each department. The question papers are set in such a way that it covers the entire course content of the subject. The Dean and the Head of the department ensures compliance of the same.

5.9

Mention the number of malpractice cases reported during the last 3 years and how they are dealt with.

5.10 5.11

Does the University has continuous internal evaluation system? How are the question papers set to ensure the achievement of the course objectives?

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5.12

State the policy of the University for constitution of board of question paper setters, board of examiners and invigilators.

The policy for setting of the question paper, evaluation & invigilation are as follows: i). Question papers are set by the respective teacher(s) who have taught the particular paper. Question papers are set as per the guide lines given by the Academic Council. As per the present guidelines question papers should be set in such a way that 50% of the questions can be attempted by all the students (below-average, average and above-average students), 30% by average and above average students, and 20% by above-average students. ii). Each question paper is checked by the moderation committee of the department. iii). The Answer Scripts are evaluated centrally by the teacher who has set the question paper. iv). Invigilation duties during examinations are carried out by the teachers. In every semester, examinations are conducted as per the dates indicated in the Academic Calendar. The results are also declared as per the date indicated in the Academic Calendar, in every semester.

5.13

How regular and time-bound are conduct of examinations and announcement of result? Substantiate with details of dates of examination and announcement of result for the last 3 years. Details to be provided in the following format:Year Date of exams Date of announcement of results Semester-l 01.12.209 Semester-ll 12.05.2010 Semester-l 02.12.2010 Semester-ll 20.05.2011 Semester-l 12.12.2011 Semester-ll 21.05.2012 14

2009-10

2010-11

2011-12

Semester-I 17.11.2009 Semester-II 25.04.2009 Semester-l 10.11.2010 Semester-ll 25.04.2011 Semester-l 09.11.2011 Semester-ll 23.04.2012

2012-13

Semester-l 20.11.2012

Semester-l 07.12.2012

D. Admission Process 6.1 How are students selected for admission to various courses? Please provide faculty-wise information a. Through special entrance tests b. Through interviews c. Through their academic record d. Through combination of the above Please also provide details about weightage given to the above

B.Tech programme i).Through AIEEE conducted by CBSE ii).Through RPT conducted by Rajasthan Technical University iii).Through UJET conducted by the Association of Self Financed Universities of Rajasthan M.Tech programme i). Through GATE & interview ii). Through Entrance Test conducted by the University & interview. BBM, B.Sc(H) programme i).Through Entrance Test conducted by the University & interview. MBA programme i).Through CAT,MAT,CMAT,XAT, interview and micro-presentation. Ph.D programme i).Through CSIR-UGC NET and personal interview. ii).Through Entrance Test conducted by the University and interview.

6.2

Whether the University is admitting students from national level entrance test or state level entrance test? If yes, please provide following details:
Name of the National/ State level entrance exam No. of students admitted % of students from the total admitted Remarks

Yes

B.Tech National level (AIEEE)

2010-11: 336

91.27 15

2011-12: 312 2012-13: 128 2010-11:35 2011-12: 31 2012-13: 15 2010-11: 15 2011-12: 04 2012-13: 04 2010-11: 12 2011-12: 03 2012-13: 03 2011-12: 04 2012-13: 06 2011-12: 08 2012-13: 14

90.96 88.89

State level (RPT, UJET etc) MBA National level (CAT/MAT) State level (RMAT/ UJAT) M.Tech National level (GATE) State level (UJET) M.Tech Ph.D National level (CSIR-UGC NET)

08.72 09.03 10.42 55.55 70.00 57.15 44.44 30.00 42.85 33.33 30.00 66.66 70.00

2011-12:01

09.09

6.3 6.4

Whether admission procedure is available on the University website and in the prospectus. Please provide details of the eligibility criteria for admission in all the courses.

Yes B.Tech programme 10+2 in Science with 50% (45% for ST/SC) marks with Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics or Biology. M.Tech programme B.Tech with 50% (45% for ST/SC) marks. BBM and B.Sc(H) programme !0+2 in any branch with 50% (45% for ST/SC) marks. MBA programme Graduate in any discipline with 50% (45% for ST/SC) marks.

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Ph.D programme Post Graduate in the relevant field with 50% (45% for ST/SC) marks 6.5 Whether University is providing any reservation/ relaxation in admission? If yes, please provide details in the following format:Category No. of students admitted % of quota provided for reservation and preparation in respect of actual enrollment Remarks

Yes The qualifying mark for admission of SC/ST candidates for all academic programmes is 45%.

6.6

Whether any management quota is available for admission in the University? If yes, please provide details in the following format:Total No. of Seats (Coursewise) No. of total students admitted No. of students admitted under Management Quota % of students admitted under management quota

There is no management quota.

6.7

What is the admission policy of the University with regard to NRI and overseas students?

Not applicable

E. Fee Structure 7.1 Present Course-wise fee structure of the University (Please provide head-wise details of total fee charged) 7.2 Any other fee charged by the University other than the fee displayed in the UGC website (e.g. Building Fee, Development Fee, Fee by any name etc.) 7.3 Whether fee structure is available on the University website and in the prospectus? 7.4 Whether fee is charged by the University as per fee structure displayed in the University website and in the prospectus or some hidden charges are there? 7.5 Mode of Fee collection?

Please refer to Appendix- XV.

No

Yes Fees are displayed on the University website. There are no hidden charges whatsoever.

Through Demand Draft or money transfer through Bank account.

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7.6

Whether University is providing any concession in fee to students? If yes, please provide details.

Yes

Concession in fee is given to the following category of students: i).Wards of the employee of JK Cements and the University: The Board of Management decides about the quantum of concession in fee to be given. At present the students of this category are given 30% concession in their fee. ii). Students from Economically Disadvantaged family: The Board of Management decides on case by case basis about the quantum of concession in fee to be given. At present the concession in fee varies from 20 to 90%. Rs.39,500/- per semester per student which include seat rent, electricity charge, and mess charges. No Please refer to Appendix- XVI No

7.7

Details of the Hostel Fee including mess charges Any other fee Basis of Fee Structure Whether the University has received any complaint regard to fee charged or fee structure? If yes, please give details about the action taken. Whether the University is providing any scholarship to students? If yes, please provide details.

7.8 7.9 7.10

7.11

Yes i).Merit Scholarship Merit Scholarships are awarded to the students pursuing in all the academic programmes. The norms of awarding Merit Scholarship is as follows: i) ii) Overall topper of university in the semester -100% of the fee. Students securing GPA of 9.0 and above in the semester - 70% of the fee. Students who stand first in each discipline securing GPA of 8.5 and above - 60% of the fee.

iii)

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F. Faculty 8.1 Total no. of sanctioned and filled up posts (Institution-wise and Department-wise)

Dept

Professor Sanctioned Filled

Associate Professor Sanctioned

Filled

Assistant Professor Sanctioned

Filled

School of Engineering Biotechnology Civil Engg. Computer Science & Engg. Electrical Engg. Electronics & Comm. Engg. Mechanical Engg. Physics Chemistry

01 01 01

-01 --

02 02 02

--01

04 10 22

05 07 21

01 01 01 01 --

-01 01 ---

02 02 04 01 01

---02 --

08 18 16 02 02

04 14 12 02 02

8.2

Mathematics 01 01 01 -05 05 English --01 -04 04 School of 02 01 02 02 07 05 Management Details of teaching staff in the following format (Please provided details Institution-wise and Department wise) (Details provided in Appendix XVII)

Dept

Name of the teacher

Designation

Age

Educational Qualification (Whether qualified as per UGC regulations)

Teaching Experience in years

Date of appointment

Whether full time or part time

Regular or adhoc

Scale of pay

No. of publications

8.3

Category-wise No. of Teaching staff

Category SC ST OBC PH General Total

Female 01 -02 -17 20

Male 01 01 11 01 58 72

Total 02 01 13 01 75 92

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8.4

Details of the permanent and temporary faculty members in the following format Female Male Total

Particulars Total no. of permanent teachers No. of teachers with Ph.D as the highest qualification No. of teachers with M.Phil as the highest qualification No. of teachers with PG as the highest qualification Total no. of temporary teachers No. of teachers with Ph.D as the highest qualification No. of teachers with M.Phil as the highest qualification No. of teachers with PG as the highest qualification Total no. of part-time teachers No. of teachers with Ph.D as the highest qualification No. of teachers with M.Phil as the highest qualification No. of teachers with PG as the highest qualification 8.5 8.6 Ratio of full-time teachers to part-time/ contract teachers Process of recruitment of faculty Whether advertised? (pl. attach copy of the ad)

11 22 02 02 08 47 Not applicable

33 04 55

Not applicable

Not applicable Process of recruitment is as follows: a). Advertised in: i). News Papers.(copy of the AD enclosed in Appendix-XVIII) ii). website, and iii). Recruiting Agencies. b). Called for personal interview and presentation

8.7

Whether selection committee was constituted as per the UGC Regulation? Does the University follow self-appraisal method to evaluate teachers on teaching, research and work satisfaction? If yes, how is the self-appraisal of teachers analysed and used? Whether:Self Appraisal Evaluation Peer review Student evaluation Others (specify)

Yes. Selection Committees are constituted as per the UGC Regulations Yes. In the self-appraisal report the teacher provides all the information about his/her teaching/ research/ extension activities during the previous year. The report also contains assessment of the Head of the Department and the Dean of the School. This report is used to evaluate the performance of the teacher during the previous year. Feed-back from the students on the teachers, who taught them in the semester, are taken after completion of each semester. Feedbacks thus received are reviewed. Copies of the feed-back(s) along with the suggestions are sent to the teacher to improve on their deficiencies, if applicable.

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8.8

Institution-wise and Department-wise teacher student ratio (only full time faculty)

School of Engineering 1: 16 Departments Teacher-student ratio 1: 2 1:15 1: 13 1: 9 1: 19 1: 21

Biotechnology -Civil Engineering-Computer Science & Engineering -Electrical Engineering -Electronics & Comm. Engg. -Mechanical Engineering --

School of Management- 1: 4 8.9 Whether the University is providing UGC Pay Scales to the permanent faculty? If yes, please provide the following details:Scale of Pay with all the allowances Professor Associate Professor Assistant Professor Mode of payment (Cash/ Cheque) Sr. Professor : 55000 1650 88000. Professor : 47500 1425 78850. Associate Professor : 46500 1395 77190. Asstt. Prof. (A) : 34000 1020 54400. Asstt. Prof (B) : 26500 795 50353. Asstt Prof (C) : 22000 660- 45760. Allowances ____________ DA : 80 % of Basic PF : 12 % of Basic + DA Medical : 10 % of Basic Research allowance : 10% of Basic Mode of Payment: money transfer through Bank Account Not applicable Yes. Scale of pay _______________

8.10

8.11

Pay/ Remuneration provided to:Part-time facultyTemporary faculty Guest faculty Facilities for teaching staff (Please provide details about Residence, Rooms, Cubicals, Computers/ Any other)

Faculty members are given the following facilities: i).Free furnished accommodation ii). A/C Office room with furniture iii). Lap top iv). Bus facilities for staff and children v). Internet facilities vi). Medical facilities vi). Book/Journal Allowance viii). Security in the campus

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G. Infrastructure 9.1 Does the University have sufficient space for Land & Building? Does the University have sufficient Class Rooms? Yes The University has 100 acres of land of its own. Yes Class room 24 Tutorial room 08 Seminar Hall 03 Laboratories: Physics 02 Chemistry - 01 Biotechnology 03 Civil Engg. 03 Computer Sci. & Engg. 05 Electrical Engg. 01 Electronics & Comm. Engg. 07 Mechanical Engg. 05 Workshop 01 9.3 Laboratories & Equipment Department-wise name of the laboratories : Please refer to Appendix XlX. List of equipments : Please refer to Appendix XX. Appendix XX -do-do-do-do-

9.2

A B C D E 9.4 a) b)

Item Description (make and model) Location (Department) Value (Rs.) Present Condition Date of Purchase Library Total Space (All kinds) Computer/ Communication facilities

c)

Total no. of Ref. Books (each department)

751.40 sq. m.(35.93m X 20.90 m) 09 desk top computers with internet connections. 01 dedicated server. Library Automation through Total Library Software Solutions (TLSS) Total No. of books 11245 Total No. of Titles 4035 Department Number English 125 Physics 191 Chemistry 27 Mathematics 287 Biotechnology 416 Civil Engg. 116 Computer Sci. & Engg. 1063

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d)

All Research Journals subscribed on a regular basis

Electronics & Comm. Engg. 324 Electrical Engg. 84 Mechanical Engg. 249 Management 1115 Miscellaneous 38 Total 4035 i).Printed Journals 33. ii).Online Journal Database a).IEEE- ASPP 145 online Journals. b).EBESCO Business Source Elite 400 (appx.) online Journals. iii).Magazines 30. (for details refer to Appendix XXI)

9.5 a)

Sports Facilities Open Play Ground(s) for outdoor sports (Athletic, Football, Hockey, Cricket etc.) Track for Athletics Basketball Courts Squash/ Tennis Courts Swimming Pool (size) Indoor Sports facilities including Gymnasium Football ground- 1(one) Cricket ground- 1(one) Volley Ball Court- 1(one) 1 (one) 1 (one) 1 (one) Nil Table Tennis Board- 6 (six) Carom Boards- 6 (six) Badminton Court- 4 (four) Chess Boards- 10 (ten) Yes. The University is fully residential. Number and capacity of the hostels are as follows: Name Capacity Boys Hostel- 5 unit- 1310 Girls Hostel- 3 units - 320 Total 1630

b) c) d) e) f)

g) 9.6

Any other Does the University has provision for Residential Accommodation including hostels (boys & girls separately)

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H. Financial Viability 10.1 Details of the Corpus Fund created by the University Amount FDR No. date Period (Documentary evidence to be given)

i)

Rs. 2.00 crores deposited with the State Govt. of Rajasthan

(vide Challan No.nil dt. 26.03.2007) Copy of the Challan enclosed as Appendix XXII. ii) Rs. 1.35 crore as FD

(vide FD No.61124242946 dt. 25.12.10; No.61124242822 dt. 24.12.10; No. 61124243100 dt. 24.12.10; No. 61124240529 dt 25.12.10). Period : renewed for one year Copy of the FDs enclosed as Appendix XXIll.

10.2

Financial position of the University (Please provide audited income and expenditure statement for the last 3 years)

S.No. 1 2 3

Year 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Income (Rs. in lacs) 1242.92 2173.66 2873.68

Expenditure (Rs. In lacs) 1137.35 1865.48 2463.74

Audited income and expenditure statement for the last three years enclosed in Appendix - XXIV 10.3 Source of finance and quantum of funds available for running the University (for last audited year) Fees Donations Loan Interest Any other (pl. specify) What is the Universitys unit cost of education? (Unit cost = total annual expenditure (budget accruals) divided by the number of students enrolled) unit cost calculated excluding the salary component may also be given Source of Finance : For the year 2011-12. (Rs. in lacs) Fees 2803.09 Donations nil Loan 400.00 Interest 57.50 Other13.09 (Others include: application fee, document processing fee, library fine etc.) Year _______________________ 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 (Rs. In lacs) _______________________ 1.69 1.66 1.76 1.23 1.24

10.4

Unit cost =

Unit cost (excluding salary) = 1.23

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I.

Governance System

11. Organisation, Governance and Management 11.1 Composition of the statutory bodies of the University (please give names, profession & full postal address of the members and date of constitution):Governing Board Executive Council Board of Management Academic Council Finance Committee Board of Studies Others Composition of the following statutory bodies which are constituted as per the Act of the University are as follows: i).Board of Management (composition: Appendix -VIII; other details Appendix- lX) ii). Academic Council (composition Appendix- X) iii). Board of Studies (composition Appendix- XI) 11.2 Dates of the meetings of the above bodies held during the last 2 years Attested copies of the minutes of the meetings enclosed : Board of Management : Appendix XXV Academic Council : Appendix XXVl

i).Board of Management (Dates)


6th meeting- February 07,2011 7th meeting- October 21, 2011 8th meeting- February 6, 2012 9th meeting- September 27, 2012 10th meeting February 4, 2013

Board of Studies : School of Engineering : Appendix XXVIl School of Management : Appendix XXVIIl

ii).Academic Council (Dates)


11th meeting- January 24,2011 12th meeting- Sept. 30, 2011 13th meeting- January 20, 2012 14th meeting- February 04, 2012 15th meeting- August 03, 2012 16th meeting- August 29, 2012 17th meeting January 28, 2013

iii).Board of Studies (Dates)


a).School of Engineering 7th meeting- January 17, 2011 8th meeting- July 31, 2012 9th meeting December 20,2012 b).School of Management 6th meeting January 10, 2011 7th meeting- September 14, 2011 8th meeting- January 1, 2012 25

9th meeting June 5, 2012 10th meeting January 01, 2013 11.3 What percentage of members of the Board of Studies, or such other academic committees, are external? Enclose guidelines for BOS or such other bodies? Academic Council 10 % Board of Studies 16 %

11.4

Guidelines for BOS enclosed as Appendix XXlX. Are there other strategies to review academic programmes Syllabus of the various besides the academic council? If yes, give details about departments was validated by the what when and how often are such review made? relevant industries. For example, Syllabus of Computer Science & Engg. was validated by M/S Oracle in 2008, by IBM in 2009 and by M/S CISCO in 2011, by M/S Infosys in 2011. Syllabus of Biotechnology was validated by M/S Biocon and M/S Ependoff in 2008. Syllabus of Electronics & Comm. Engg. was validated by M/S Secure Meters and M/S Einfochip in 2011 & 2012. Discussed and taken inputs from Prof. Lennart Lindh, Chairman, FPGAWorld and Prof. at Jokoping Univ., Sweden in 2011. Syllabus of Mechanical Engg. was validated by M/S PTC Ltd. in 2011. Syllabus of the BBM and MBA was discussed with the following specialists and inputs received were incorporated. In 2010 -Prof. S.S. Lodha, Dean, Connecticut Univ., USA in 2010. In 2012 - Ms. Aparna Sharma, VP (HR), Deautche Bank, Mumbai; 26

Mr. Harish Nandwani, VP, Tata Motors, Ahmedabad; Mr. Santosh Singh, Chairman, DHL Infrabulls Int. Pvt. Ltd, Indore; Mr. Mikael Hillerstrom, CEO, Resource Point, Sweden, Mr. Puneet Pundey, Director, HCL , Noida and Mr. K.S.Mogra, President, Chambers of Commerce, Udaipur.

J. Research Profile 12.1 Faculty-wise and Department-wise information to be provided in respect of the following: Student Teacher Ratio Class Room Teaching labs Research lab (Major Equipments) Research Scholars (M.Tech, Ph.D, Post Doctoral Scholars) Publication in last 3 years (Year-wise list) No. of Books published Patents Transfer of Technology Inter-departmental Research (Inter-disciplinary) Consultancy Externally funded Research Projects Educational Programmes Arranged Electronics & Comm. Engg. i).Digital Signal Processing Lab. ii). Micro-processor & MicroController Lab iv).VLSI Lab Physics i).Computational Physics Lab Computer Sci. & Engg i).Advanced Computer Lab ii).IBM Centre of Excellence Biotechnology i).Molecular Biology Lab ii).Plant Tissue Culture Lab

Student Teacher Ratio: (Please refer to Item No. 8.8 above) ____________________________ Class Rooms (Please refer to Item No. 9.2 above) ____________________________ Teaching Labs (Please refer to Item No. 9.2 above) ____________________________ Research Lab Following Research Labs were developed:

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Department-wise list of Major equipments is presented in Appendix- XX. ____________________________ Research Scholars School of Engineering Physics Ph.D - 04 Biotechnology Ph.D- 01 Computer Sic. & Engg.-10 M.Tech- 13 Ph.D- 13 Electronics & Comm. Engg. M.Tech- 14 Ph.D- 03 Mechanical Engg M.Tech- 06 Ph.D - 05 ____________________________ Publications in last 3 years The School of Management has brought out a research Journal named ESSENCE from 2011.

(for list of publications by the faculty members please refer to Appendix XXX) ____________________________ No. of Books published 13 (for details refer to AppendixXXXl) ____________________________ Patents 07 (for details refer to Appendix XXXIl) ____________________________ 28

Transfer of technologynil ____________________________ Inter-departmental research An inter-disciplinary research project called Project Endeavour was initiated from the year 201112. Under this project 10 students from various disciplines (both UG and PG) forms a group and carryout a research project of their choice, under the guidance of faculty mentors. The projects were carried out over a period of two semesters (one year) and evaluated for 3 credits. ____________________________ Consultancy - nil ____________________________ Externally funded Research Projects: School of Engineering Biotechnology 1 Physics-1 School of Management Human Resource- 1 Marketing 1 (for details please refer to Appendix- XXXIIl) __________________________ Educational Programmes Arranged: (please refer to Appendix XXXIV)

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K. Misc 13. Details of Non-Teaching Staff 13.1 Details of Non-Teaching Staff

Name

Designation

Age

Qualification

Scale of Pay

Date of Appointment

Trained Yes/No if yes, Details

(Details provided in Appendix XXXV)

13.2

Summary of the Non-Teaching staff

Particulars Female Administrative Staff Group A Group B Group C Group D Group E Group F Group G Group H Group I Group J Sub total Technical Staff Group A Group B Group C Group D Group E Group F Group G Group H Group I Group J Sub total Grand Total 01 -02 ---01 01 02 01 08

Male

Total

01 01 03 01 01 01 03 04 05 12 32

02 01 05 01 01 01 04 05 07 13 40

-------02 --02 10

----02 02 01 16 13 19 53 85

----02 02 01 18 13 19 55 95

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13.3

No. of Non-teaching staff category wise

Category SC ST OBC PH Gen Total

Female --02 -08 10

Male 02 01 14 -68 85

Total 02 01 16 -76 95

13.4 13.5

Ratio of Non-teaching staff to students Ratio of Non-teaching staff to faculty

1: 15 1:1

14. Academic Results 14.1 Faculty-wise and course-wise academic results of the past 3 years (only two batch of students have passed out) S.No. Course No. of Candidates appeared Result (No. of candidates passed) 88

201011

School of Engg. B.Tech School of Management MBA School of Engg. B.Tech School of Management MBA

88

36

36

201112

225

225

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15. Accreditation 15.1 Whether Accredited by NAAC? If yes, please provide the following details: Date of Accreditation Period Grade CGPA Grading System Followed 31 No The University has completed 5 (five) years of its existence on 21st October, 2012. We are in the process of submitting our application to NAAC for accreditation.

15.2

Whether course are accredited by NBA? If yes please provide course-wise details as under S. No. Course Whether Accredited Period of Accreditation

No

15.3 15.4

Other Accreditation, if any Any other information (including special achievement by the University which may be relevant for the University)

No For details please refer to Appendix XXXVl.

16. Strength and Weaknesses of the University

16.1

Strength of the University

Contemporary & industry validated syllabus Qualified & experienced faculty Modern class rooms and laboratories/ workshops Fully residential campus 24-hour power supply 24-hour Internet facility International tie-up with renowned Universities Students exchange programme with collaborating institutes from abroad Well stocked Library Transparent evaluation system Providing Industry Certification Courses free of cost Promotion of research activities In campus residence for 90% of faculty Environment friendly campus Comparatively less numbers of sponsored research projects Comparatively less numbers of research publications in high impact factor journals

16.2

Weaknesses of the University

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Inadequate sports and recreational facilities Non-availability of fullfledged dispensary in the campus

Certificate This is to certify that all the information provided above is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. The University will adhere to the rules, regulation and guidelines of the UGC, Central Government and relevant Statutory Council(s) and abide by all the provisions under the UGC regulation. The above information is also posted on the website of the University www.spsu.ac.in

Signed and Sealed by the Head of the Institution

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