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PROGRAMMES THROUGH INFORMATION COMMUNICATION CENTRES

PROGRAMMES THROUGH INFORMATION COMMUNICATION CENTRES

The Distance Education Programme of DEI was launched in the year 2004 to extend the benefits of its high quality, innovative, value-based and affordable education to all sections of society, especially the weaker sections and women residing in remote, backward and tribal areas. Aimed at their empowerment and economic development, a number of employment-oriented vocational programmes are offered with very nominal fee mainly to meet the cost of the Resource Material, which is made available free to students.

Well-equipped laboratories, workshops and state-of-the-art communication technology including EDUSAT satellite-interactive terminals/Polycom based internet connectivity provide two-way interaction between the DEI and its Centres. Presently, the Distance Education Programmes are offered at 87 Centres in India (For details about the Centres, please visit http://www.dei.ac.in/dei/index.php/distance-education). Some of the programmes are taught via the synchronous on-line mode and some areweb-based.

A. STAFF at HQ

Dr. V. B. Gupta, Coordinator,
Mr. Rakesh Mehta, Assistant Registrar and Coordinator-Placement

B. PROGRAMMES OFFERED

The programmes offered are of certificate, undergraduate degree, postgraduate diploma and post-graduate degree levels. The certificate programmes are all in the modular format. The 3-year MBA programme is also in the modular format. In addition to these, some stand-alone short-term modular programmes of 9-week duration are also offered. A programme will be conducted in a Centre if a minimum of 5 students get enrolled in it.

DETAILS OF PROGRAMMES

A.     CERTIFICATE PROGRAMMES:

All the 10 certificate programmes listed later in this section are being offered in the modularized form of 9-week modules with certifiable skills. As and when the candidate completes all the modules, he/she gets an additional certificate, otherwise they get the certificates for the modules they have completed:

 Students registering for the one or two-year Certificate Programmes will be required to take the modules as per the broad schedule indicated below:

1st Module            Mid July to mid Oct.  (9 weeks)

2nd Module           Mid Oct. to end Dec. (9 weeks)

3rd Module            Early Jan. to mid March (9 weeks)

4th Module            Mid March to May end (9 weeks)

The modular structures of the certificate Programmes are shown in the next few pages. Those students who wish to complete the certificate programme will register for the modules in order of the sequence indicated. Those who wish to register only for some individual modules can do so if the requirements indicated are fulfilled. Such a facility does not exist at present in the case of some programmes and in the case of those programmes where such facility exists, the status of the various modules is indicated in the tables.

 Certificate Programmes (All in Modular Form)

Number of Seats:20 in each module of the Certificate Programmes (Sl. No. 1 to 10 below) at each centre, where the programme is being offered.

Age Limit:There is no age limit in the Certificate Level Programmes offered in Distance Education Mode (Sl. No. 1 to 10 below)

S. No.

Title of Module

Duration

Pre-requisite/any other requirement

Eligibility

DEI Course Coordinator

Resource Material Cost

(In Rs.)

  1.  

Certificate Programme: Motor Vehicle Mechanic (4-wheeler)

  1.  

Automobile Running System and Power Train

9 weeks

Stand-alone (no pre-requisite)

 

 

 

Xth pass with Science (only for males at present)

 

 

 

 

Mr. V. P. Malhotra

750/-

  1.  

Automobile Electrical and Electronic Systems

9 weeks

For those seeking direct admission in these modules, their knowledge and skill of basic hand tools will be evaluated by a test at the centre before admission

750/-

  1.  

Automobile Engines and Engine Systems

9 weeks

750/-

  1.  

Automobile Engines: Overhaul and Tuning of

9 weeks

Must have completed Module (iii)

750/-

  1.  

Certificate Programme: Motor Vehicle Mechanic (2-wheeler)

  1.  

Two-wheeler Running System

9 weeks

In order of sequence

i

 

 

ii

 

 

iii

 

 

iv

 

Xth pass with Science (only for males at present)

 

 

 

 

Mr. V. P. Malhotra

750/-

  1.  

Two-wheeler Maintenance and Repair

9 weeks

750/-

  1.  

Two-wheeler Engines: Overhaul & Tuning of

9 weeks

750/-

  1.  

Two-wheeler Electrical & Electronic Systems

9 weeks

750/-

  1.  

Certificate Programme: Cutting & Sewing

  1.  

Basics of Sewing

9 weeks

Stand-alone (no pre-requisite)

 

VIIIth pass (only for females at present)

 

 

Prof. Sangita Saini

750/-

  1.  

Clothing for Children (Elementary)

9 weeks

For those seeking direct admission in these modules, their individual basic knowledge and skill will be evaluated by a test conducted at the centre before admission

750/-

  1.  

Fabric to Garment

9 weeks

750/-

  1.  

Clothing for Adults (Elementary)

9 weeks

750/-

 

  1.  

Certificate Programme: Dress Designing & Tailoring

  1.  

Basics of Sewing

9 weeks

Stand-alone (no pre-requisite)

 

Xth pass (only for females at present)

 

 

 

Prof. Sangita Saini

750/-

  1.  

Clothing for Children and Teenagers

9 weeks

 For those seeking direct admission to these modules, their individual basic knowledge and skill will be evaluated by a test conducted at the centre before admission

750/-

  1.  

Fabric to Garment

9 weeks

750/-

  1.  

Clothing for Adults

9 weeks

750/-

  1.  

Certificate Programme: Office Assistant cum Computer Operator

  1.  

Communication Skills & Office Operations

9 weeks

No pre-requisite

 

XIIth pass

(Both for males & females)

 

 

Dr. M. Radha Krishna

750/-

  1.  

Communication Skills & Typing

9 weeks

Pre-requisite: Module (i)

750/-

  1.  

Computer Applications & Secretarial Practice

9 weeks

No pre-requisite

750/-

  1.  

Management & Secretarial Practice

9 weeks

Pre-requisite: Module (iii)

750/-

  1.  

Certificate Programme: Modern Office Management & Secretarial Practice

  1.  

Communication Skills & Shorthand

9 weeks

No pre-requisite

 

 

XIIth pass

(Both for males & females)

 

 

 

Dr. M. Radha Krishna

750/-

  1.  

Communication Skills & Shorthand – II

9 weeks

Pre-requisite: Module (i)

750/-

  1.  

Accounting & Office Automation

9 weeks

No pre-requisite

750/-

  1.  

Accounting & Office Automation – II

9 weeks

Pre-requisite: Module (iii)

750/-

  1.  

Certificate Programme: Textile Designing & Printing

  1.  

Textiles and their Ornamentation

9 weeks

No pre-requisite

 

Xth pass

(Both for males & females)

 

 

Dr. Parul Bhatnagar

750/-

  1.  

Colour &Texture with Ornamentation

9 weeks

-do-

750/-

  1.  

BlockDesign and Ornamentation

9 weeks

-do-

750/-

  1.  

ScreenPrinting and Ornamentation

9 weeks

-do-

750/-

  1.  

Certificate Programme: Textile Technology

  1.  

Basics of Textiles & Textile Chemical Processing

9 weeks

No pre-requisite

 

 

Xth pass with Science (only for males at present)

 

 

 

Dr. M. Radha Krishna

750/-

  1.  

Textile Chemical Processing& Business Skills

9 weeks

Pre-requisite: Module (i)

750/-

  1.  

Fabric Manufacturing

 

9 weeks

No pre-requisite

 

750/-

  1.  

Fabric Structure & Quality

9 weeks

Pre-requisite: Module (iii)

750/-

  1.  

Certificate Programme:Electrician (The student has the option to exit after successful completion of 1st year)

Ist Year

  1.  

Electrical Wiring and Jointing

9 weeks

 

In order of sequence

i

 

 

ii

 

 

iii

 

 

iv

 

 

Xth pass with science (only for males at present) 

 

 

 

 

Dr. Ankur Das

750/-

  1.  

Electrical Circuits and Measurements

9 weeks

750/-

  1.  

Home Appliances

9 weeks

750/-

  1.  

Industrial Appliances

9 weeks

750/-

IInd Year

  1.  

Practical Training (Electrician) I

9 weeks

  In order of sequence

i

 

 

ii

 

 

iii

 

 

iv

 

Xth pass with science (only for males at present) 

 

 

 

 

Dr. Ankur Das

 

 

750/-

  1.  

Practical Training (Electrician) II

9 weeks

750/-

  1.  

Practical Training (Electrician) III

9 weeks

750/-

  1.  

Practical Training (Electrician) IV

9 weeks

750/-

  1.  

Certificate Programme:Wireman (Xth pass students will have the option to exit after successful completion of 1st year)

Ist Year

  1.  

Electrical Wiring and Jointing

9 weeks

In order of sequence

i

 

 

ii

 

 

iii

 

 

iv

 

 

VIIIth pass (only for males at present) 

 

 

 

 

Dr. Ankur Das

750/-

  1.  

Electrical Circuits and Measurements

9 weeks

750/-

  1.  

Domestic Wiring

9 weeks

750/-

  1.  

Industrial Wiring and Cabling

9 weeks

750/-

 

IInd Year

  1.  

Practical Training (Wireman) I

9 weeks

In order of sequence

i

 

 

ii

 

 

iii

 

 

iv

 

VIIIth pass (only for males at present) 

 

 

Dr. Ankur Das

750/-

  1.  

Practical Training (Wireman) II

9 weeks

750/-

  1.  

Practical Training (Wireman) III

9 weeks

750/-

  1.  

Practical Training (Wireman) IV

9 weeks

750/-

                       
 

 

SENIOR SECONDARY EDUCATION

Session Schedule for Schools under Administrative Control of the
Dayalbagh Educational Institute2016-2017

 

Odd Semester

Session Begins

May 05, 2016 (for classes VI, IX and XI only)

April 25, 2016 for remaining classes

Summer Vacations

May 22, 2016 – June 30, 2016

Session Ends

November 05, 2016

 

Even Semester

Session Begins

November 07, 2016

Winter Break

December 25, 2016 – December 31, 2016

Spring Break

(As per DEI Schedule)

Session Ends

April 15, 2017

 

Important Dates for Admission of Secondary Education Programmes

1

Application Forms will be available from the School Office from April 11, 2016 to April 21, 2016 between 10.30 AM and 2.00 P.M. The cost of an Application Form is Rs, 10/-. Last date for submission of Application Forms is April 21, 2016 by 3.00 P.M.

2

Date of Written Test for Class VI, IX & XI is April 25, 26 and 27, 2016 respectively. The Written Test will start at 10.00 A.M. on the said dates. The Roll Numbers and Seating Plan of Written Test may be seen at the SchoolNotice Board before the examination.

3

The Interview of candidates will be held on April 28, 29 and 30, 2016. The exact schedule of Interviews on these dates will be notified on the School Notice Board on the day of the Written Test.

4

List of selected candidates for admission will be put on the Notice Board of the concerned School on May 03, 2016 by 3.00 P.M.  Annual Fees will be charged and Registration Form will be filled up from May 04, 2016 to May 05, 2016.

5

Regular classes for Class VI, IX & XI will start from May 05, 2016.

GENERAL PROVISIONS

All admissions shall close two weeks after the prescribed registration day. The Institute reserves the right to alter/modify any provision(s), including the fee schedule, contained in           this Prospectus, at any time, without prior notice.

DEI WOMEN’S POLYTECHNIC

3.1 ABOUT THE POLYTECHNIC

In order to provide education to women, Prem Vidyalaya Girls’ Intermediate College was established in the year 1930. Later on, UG programs for Women were started in the Women’s Training College in the year 1947. Moving ahead in the area of Vocational Education, the DEI established Women’s Polytechnic in the year 2004. It offers seven one-year vocational Certificate programs to girls and women to improve their socio-economic status. There is no age limit for admission to these programs.

3.2 STAFF

Incharge                                  Dr. N.S. Murthy

 

Program Coordinators       Dr. (Ms) Sangita Saini           –   Cutting & Sewing / Dress Designing & Tailoring

                                                    Dr. (Ms) Gul Mathur             –   Food Processing, Preservation & Nutrition

                                                    Mrs. Sneh Lata Srivastava   –   Interior, Exterior Designing & Decoration

                                                    Mrs.  Madhuri Mehta           –   Modern Office Management & Secretarial Practices                                                                                                                                /Office Assistant cum Computer Operator Programs

                                                    Dr. (Ms) Parul Bhatnagar    –   Textile Designing & Printing

A number of qualified and experienced staff members offer  their services on honorary basis

3.3 CERTIFICATE PROGRAMMES (For Female Students)

These programmes of study aim to impart practical training and ample hands-on-experience to students in the vocation concerned for which a nominal amount of Rs. 750/- per module is charged. There are four modules in the one-year Certificate Programme. In the programme of Modern Office Management & Secretarial Practice, Module 1 and Module 3 are pre-requisites for taking admission in the Module 2 and Module 4 respectively.  Entry and Exit options are available to the students after completing each module. A student gets  a Certificate for each module and finally gets an additional one-year certificate after completing all the four modules.  The meritorious students passing out from one-year Certificate programmes have the option to take admission in Diploma programmes of DEI Technical College through Lateral Entry Scheme. The students of MOM & SP have the option to take admission in BCom. through Lateral Entry Scheme. For certificate course registration fee is Rs. 120/- (One time).

Admission criteria: Marks obtained in qualifying examination + interview.

S. No.

Certificate Course,

Duration and Eligibility

Programme Highlights

1.

Modern Office Management & Secretarial Practice

·   Duration : 4 Modules

·   Eligibility : XII Pass

·   Seats : 16

Module Titles are: 1. Communication Skills & Shorthand
2. Communication Skills & Shorthand- II 3. Accounting & Office Automation 4.  Accounting & Office Automation- II

Word Processing, Spread Sheet, Power Point, Database, e-mail &  internet; English Stenography; Typewriting - Hindi/English; Fundamentals of Accounting & Management; Communication Skills (Hindi & English); Modern Office Practice emphasizing the use of state-of the-art equipment like computer, OHP, Fax Machine, Telephone & Photo Copier.

2.

Office Assistant cum Computer Operator

·   Duration : 4 Modules

·   Eligibility : XII Pass

·   Seats : 16

Module Titles are: 1. Communication Skills & Office Operations
2. Communication Skills & Typing 3. Computer Applications and Secretarial Practice 4.  Management & Secretarial Practice

Word Processing, Spread Sheet, Power Point, Database, Basics of Accounting Package; MS Office Tools,  e-mail &  internet, Linux; Management & Secretarial Practices; Communication Skills & Office Etiquettes; Modern Office Practice emphasizing the use of state-of the-art equipment like Laptop, LCD Projector/ Plasma Screen, Fax Machine, Telephone & Photo Copier.

3.

Dress Designing & Tailoring

·         Duration : 4 Modules

·         Eligibility : X Pass

·         Seats : 15

Module Titles are: 1. Basics of Sewing, 2. Clothing for Children and Teenagers, 3. Fabric to Garment, 4. Clothing for Adults

Cutting and stitching of all kinds of children’s garments, Stitching special type of collars, sleeves, skirts, cuffs etc, Preparing drafts and stitching designer-wear garments for children, Drafting basic adult blocks, Designing and preparing the Embroidery work, Designing Women’s garments viz. suits, slips and blouses, Designing and stitching Men’s clothing viz. Trousers, Coats, Jackets, Shirts, T-shirts; Use of computers in Dress Designing.

4.

 

Food Processing, Preservation & Nutrition

·         Duration : 4 Modules

·         Eligibility : X Pass

·         Seats : 15

Module Titles are: 1. Food Preservation -1, 2. Food Preservation -2,
3. Food Processing & Preservation-1, 4. Food Processing & Preservation-2

Fundamentals, Principles, Importance and various methods of Food Processing and Preservation, Food items and their Nutritional values,                                                                                                                                                             Selection and purchase of fruits and vegetables for Processing and Preservation, Chemicals & Equipment required for Food Processing and Preservation, Preparation of Jams, Jellies, Squashes, Sherbets, Toffees, Murabbas, Vegetable Pickles, Tomato puree, Mango juice, Dehydration of vegetables & Preparation of Papads, Nuggets, Chips, Hygiene and sanitation in Food processing Industry, Packing & Canning methods & Equipment, Cold Storage of food items, Costing Techniques, Accounting & Survey & Marketing of the products, Preparation of fruit candies, vinegar, chutneys, Visit to Food Processing & Food Preservation Industries, Cold Storage.

5.

Interior, Exterior Designing & Decoration

·         Duration : 4 Modules

·         Eligibility : X Pass

·         Seats : 15

Module Titles are: 1. Basic Design & Graphic Presentation 2. Human Factor & Product Design 3. Interior Design & Landscape 4. Building Construction & Computer Aided Designing

Principles of Interior Designing, Sketching and coloring techniques, Concepts of House planning viz. Water supply, Electric supply & drainage system, Acoustics, Illumination, Interior accessories, Landscape designing, Home furniture and Interiors, Furniture Styling and Furniture material, Color theory & practical, Office furniture & Interiors, Design & Decoration of house, office & commercial complex and its surroundings, Project work of residential building, corporate office & Restaurants

6.

Textile Designing & Printing

·         Duration : 4 Modules

·         Eligibility : X Pass

·         Seats : 15

Module Titles are: 1. Introduction to Textiles, 2. Colour & Texture,
3.Block Printing &Ornamentation,  4.Screen Printing & Ornamentation

Object drawing- still life, Nature study- sketching, Various color schemes & theory, Various textures and their effects, Various types of impressions, combination & multiple textures, Basic shapes, Handling of art materials, Folk & symbolic designs, Use of Computers for textile design, CAD, Preparation of Screens, Screen and block printing, Various types of dyes, their selection and Dying procedures, Communication and business skills

7.

Cutting & Sewing

·         Duration : 4 Modules

·         Eligibility : VIII Pass

·         Seats : 15

Module Titles are: 1. Basics of Sewing, 2. Clothing for Children (Elementary), 3. Fabric to Garment, 4. Clothing for Adults (Elementary)

Understanding various tools, selecting suitable techniques for different styles and types of Dress designs according to the latest trends, Illustrating and understanding various types of garment sketches and techniques in making them, Stitching garments for men, women and children, setting up an entrepreneurial unit.

 

 

3.4 MODULAR PROGRAMMES (For Female Students)

The programmes of study aim to impart practical training and ample hands-on-experience to the students in the vocation concerned.

S. No.

Course

Duration

Eligibility

DEI Course Coordinator

1

Block Printing

9 Weeks

VIII Pass

Dr. Parul Bhatnagar

2

Tie & Dye

9 Weeks

VIII Pass

Dr. Parul Bhatnagar

3

Screen Printing

9 Weeks

VIII Pass

Dr. Parul Bhatnagar

4

Sewing Operations

9 Weeks

VIII Pass

Prof. Sangita Saini

5

Children’s Clothing

9 Weeks

VIII Pass

Prof. Sangita Saini

6

Hand Embroidery

9 Weeks

VIII Pass

Prof. Sangita Saini

3.5 CORE COURSES

In accordance with the DEI education policy, core courses are a compulsory component in the curriculum of all programmes. One core course in abridged form in each module is offered. These consist of  Cultural Education, Agriculture, Social Service, Comparative Study of Religion, Games & Sports, Cultural & Literary Activities, Environmental Science and Pollution, General Knowledge and Employability & Entrepreneurship Skills.

3.6 STUDENT UNIFORM

Summer: White Kurta, White Salwar, White Dupatta or White Saree

Winter: Grey Cardigan/ Shawl/ Grey Jacket

3.7 ADMISSION

For details, please contact

Dr. N.S. Murthy (Tel: 8171546366), Mr. P.P. Dua (Tel: 9410001772) DEI Women’s Polytechnic, Opposite RS Sabha Office, Dayalbagh, Agra 282005.              

3.8 MEDIUM OF INSTRUCTION

Medium of instruction is primarily Hindi. However, the Polytechnic makes special efforts to enable students to become proficient in written and spoken English.

3. 9 EVALUATION

Continuous Evaluation system, a unique feature of the Institute is followed in all the programmes run by CART. The evaluation components are Class Tests, Class Assignments, Daily Home Assignments, Additional Assignment, and Attendance.

3.10 PLACEMENT

A number of companies conduct campus interview for certificate level students. The student passing out vocational program is also helped by Alumni Placement Assistance Cell (APAC) of the Institute in securing suitable jobs in various industries. Job Fair ‘Swavlamban’ is organized by APAC, where about 30-35 industries /organizations assemble at one location for recruiting the students of vocational programs.

CENTRE FOR APPLIED RURAL TECHNOLOGY

2.1 ABOUT THE CENTRE

The distinguishing feature of the DEI Education Policy is its emphasis on combining excellence with relevance to contemporary needs of society. The Centre for Applied Rural Technology (CART), established in the year 1999, offers a large number of vocational courses through its Certificate level vocational programs in modular form. These programs are employment oriented and offered at a nominal cost. By creating livelihood opportunities, the CART, a self-financing Vocational Training Centre, makes a valuable contribution to the economic development and self-help. The Centre is well equipped with state-of-the-art facilities to train students adequately, thus enabling their good placement. The Centre, offering ITI level programmes, is registered with All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) and recognized as Skill Knowledge Provider (SKP) in the year 2012 in the sectors of Automobile and IT up to level 5 of National Skill Qualification Framework (NSQF) / National Vocational Education Qualification Framework (NVEQF).   

2.2 STAFF

Dr. M. Radha Krishna – Programme Coordinator - Modern Office Management & Secretarial Practices / Office Assistant cum Computer Operator/ Textile Technology Programs

Mr. V. P. Malhotra – Program Coordinators-Motor Vehicle Mechanic (Two/Four-wheeler) Program

Mr. G. P. Misra – Program Coordinators-Welder/Turner/Fitter Programs

Dr. Ankur Das – Program Coordinators-Electrician/Wireman Programs

A number of qualified and experienced staff members provide their service on honorary basis.

2.3 CERTIFICATE PROGRAMMES (For Male Students)

These programmes of study aim to impart practical training and ample hands-on-experience to students in the vocation concerned for which a nominal amount of Rs. 750/- per module is charged.  The Electrician, Wireman, Fitter, Turner programmes are of eight modules, while rests of the programmes are of four modules. Each module is of 9 week. In the programme of Modern Office Management & Secretarial Practice (MOM & SP), Module 1 and Module 3 are pre-requisites for taking admission in the Module 2 and Module 4 respectively.  Enter and Exit options are available to the students after completing each module. A student will get Certificate for each module and finally get additional one-year certificate after completing all the four modules.  The students, who wish to continue in second year i.e. module 5 onwards, of vocational programme, will have to undergo practical training in the industry for rest of the four modules and will have to submit the Practical Training Report and appear in the Module End Examination. The meritorious students passing out from one-year Certificate programmes have the option to take admission in Diploma programmes of DEI Technical College through Lateral Entry Scheme. The students of MOM & SP have the option to take admission in BCom. through Lateral Entry Scheme. For certificate course registration fee is Rs. 120/- (One time).

Admission criteria: Marks obtained in qualifying examination + interview.

 

S. No.

Certificate Course,

Duration and Eligibility

Programme Highlights

1.

Modern Office Management & Secretarial Practice

·   Duration : 4 Modules

·   Eligibility : XII Pass

·   Seats : 16

Module Titles are: 1. Communication Skills & Shorthand
2. Communication Skills & Shorthand- II 3. Accounting & Office Automation 4.  Accounting & Office Automation- II

Word Processing, Spread Sheet, Power Point, Database, e-mail &  internet; English Stenography; Typewriting - Hindi/English; Fundamentals of Accounting & Management; Communication Skills (Hindi & English); Modern Office Practice emphasizing the use of state-of the-art equipment like computer, OHP, Fax Machine, Telephone & Photo Copier.

2.

Office Assistant cum Computer Operator

·   Duration : 4 Modules

·   Eligibility : XII Pass

·   Seats : 16

Module Titles are: 1. Communication Skills & Office Operations
2. Communication Skills & Typing 3. Computer Applications and Secretarial Practice 4.  Management & Secretarial Practice

Word Processing, Spread Sheet, Power Point, Database, Basics of Accounting Package; MS Office Tools,  e-mail &  internet, Linux; Management & Secretarial Practices; Communication Skills & Office Etiquettes; Modern Office Practice emphasizing the use of state-of the-art equipment like Laptop, LCD Projector/ Plasma Screen, Fax Machine, Telephone & Photo Copier.

3.

Textile Technology

·   Duration : 4 Modules

·   Eligibility : X Pass (Science)

·   Seats : 16

Module Titles are: 1. Basics of Textiles & Textile Chemical Processing
2. Textile Chemical Processing & Business Skills 3. Fabric Manufacturing  
4. Fabric Structure & Quality

Textile Fibers; Different Textile processes viz. Spinning, Winding/ Preparatory Processes, Weaving, Knitting, Dying, Printing etc; Latest machinery in the field of Textile Industry; Different types of Weaving designs & Designing of Cloth; Textile Testing- Fiber, Yarn, Cloth; Operation of Winding & Warping Machines; Operation of Weaving & Knitting Machines

4.

 

Motor Vehicle Mechanic (Two-wheeler)

·   Duration : 4 Modules

·   Eligibility : X Pass (Science)

·   Seats : 32

Module Titles are: 1. Two-wheeler Running System 2. Two-wheeler Maintenance and Repair 3. Two-wheeler Engines Overhaul and Tuning 4. Two-wheeler Electrical & Electronic System

Use of tools and other workshop equipment, Servicing of a Motor Vehicle, Fault diagnosis and repair to various systems of vehicle, Test – Drive of  vehicle, Tuning engine for optimum performance, Dismantle, overhaul and re-assembling of engine.

5.

Motor Vehicle Mechanic (Four-wheeler)

·   Duration : 4 Modules Eligibility : X Pass (Science)

·   Seats : 32

Module Titles are: 1. Automobile Running System 2. Automobile Electrical & Electronic System 3. Automobile Engines and Engine Systems
4. Automobile Engines Overhaul and Tuning

Use of tools and other workshop equipment, Servicing of a Motor Vehicle, Fault diagnosis and repair to various systems of vehicle, Test – Drive of  vehicle, Tuning engine for optimum performance, Dismantle, overhaul and re-assembling of engine.

6.

Electrician*           

·   Duration : 8 Modules

·   Eligibility : X Pass (Science)

·   Seats : 32

Module Titles are: 1. Electrical Wiring & Jointing 2. Electrical Circuits and Measurements 3. Home Appliances 4. Industrial Appliances 5. Practical Training (Electrician)-I 6. Practical Training (Electrician)-II 7. Practical Training (Electrician)-III 8. Practical Training (Electrician)-IV 

Tools & Measuring Instruments used in Electrical Trade; Different types of wiring & jointing; Repair & Servicing of all types of domestic Electrical equipment; Different types of Wiring, domestic & Commercial Lamps & their connection; Different types of AC/DC Motors & Generators & their connection; Fault diagnosis/Repair of Motors & Generators; Domestic & Industrial wiring.

7.

Fitter*

·   Duration : 8 Modules

·   Eligibility : X Pass (Science)

·   Seats : 32

Module Titles are: 1. Fundamentals of Fitter Trade 2. Comparators and Machining Process 3. Fastening and Measuring 4. Fasteners & Advanced Machining Process

The concepts of Engineering Drawing, Study of a blue print, Part/Assembly drawing, Fitting Workshop Practices, Advance Fitting Workshop Practices using mechanical tools and equipment, Use of machines like drilling machine, surface finishing machine, welding machine.

8.

Turner*

·   Duration : 8 Modules

·   Eligibility : X Pass (Science)

·   Seats : 16

Module Titles are: 1.Basic Machine Operations 2. Basic Lathe Operations 3. Drilling and Knurling Operations 4. Advanced Machining Processes

Identifying the parts of a Lathe machine and accessories; Machine tools; Performing plain turning, Facing, Step turning, Taper turning, Threading, Drilling and boring operations on machine; Elements of Computer Integrated Manufacturing; Identifying the parts of a Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Machine; Writing Computer Program for different machining operations using a CNC machine.

9.

Welder

·   Duration : 4 Modules

·   Eligibility : VIII Pass

·   Seats : 16

Module Titles are: 1.Gas Welding 2. Advanced Gas and Fusion Welding
3. Resistance Welding 4. Advanced Welding Techniques

Identifying the types of welding, welding tools, equipment and accessories; performing simple gas welding, electric arc welding, spot welding, and TIG/MIG welding operations

10.

Wireman

·   Duration : 8 Modules

·   Eligibility : VIII Pass

·   Seats : 32

Module Titles are: 1. Electrical Wiring & Jointing 2. Electrical Circuits and Measurements 3. Domestic Wiring 4.  Industrial Wiring and Cabling
5. Practical Training (Wireman)-I 6. Practical Training (Wireman)-II
7. Practical Training (Wireman)-III 8. Practical Training (Wireman)-IV

Basic principles of Physics with emphasis on Electricity, Light, Magnetism etc.; Basic principles of  Chemistry and Applied Sciences; Fundamentals of Mathematics; Communication Skills covering Hindi and English; Tools and Measuring Instruments used in Electrical Trade; Different types of wiring & jointing; Repair & Servicing of all types of Domestic Equipment; Different Types of Wiring, Domestic & Commercial Lamps & their Connection; Different Types of AC/DC Motors & Generators & their Connection; Fault Diagnosis/Repair of Motors & Generators; Domestic & Industrial Wiring.

* Students have the option to leave the program with a one year certificate  after successfully completing one year.

 

2.4 MODULAR PROGRAMMES (For Male Students)

The programme of study aim to impart practical training and ample hands-on-experience to the students in the vocation concerned.

S. No.

Course

Duration

Eligibility

DEI Course Coordinator

1

Industrial Painting

9 Weeks

VIII Pass

Mr. G. P. Mishra

2

Welding

9 Weeks

VIII Pass

Mr. G. P. Mishra

3

Basic Electronics & Repair of Inverter,

UPS and Stabilizer

9+9 Weeks

X Pass

Dr. Ankur Das

4

Operation & Maintenance of Solar

Power Plants

9 Weeks

X Pass

Dr. Ankur Das

2.5 CORE COURSES

In accordance with the DEI education policy, core courses are a compulsory component in the curriculum of all programs. One core course in abridged form in each module is offered. These consist of Cultural Education, Agriculture, Social Service, Comparative Study of Religion, Games & Sports, Cultural & Literary Activities, Environmental Science and Pollution, General Knowledge and Employability & Entrepreneurship Skills

2.6 STUDENT UNIFORM

Summer: White Shirt, Grey trousers and Black Shoes

Winter: Navy Blue Blazer/ Grey Cardigan / Grey Jacket

2.7 HOW TO APPLY:

Candidates seeking admission to vocational programmes may apply online through the Institute website www.dei.ac.in.

2.8 ADMISSION

For details, please contact           Dr M Radha Krishna,
Incharge, CART, Technical College Campus,
DEI Dayalbagh, Agra. 282005.
Tel- 0562-2572004, 09457278970 email-id: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

2.9 MEDIUM OF INSTRUCTION

Medium of instruction is primarily Hindi. However, the Centre makes special efforts to enable students to become proficient in written and spoken English.

2. 10 EVALUATION

Continuous Evaluation system, a unique feature of the Institute is followed in all the programmes run by CART. The evaluation components are Class Tests, Class Assignments, Daily Home Assignments, Additional Assignment, and Attendance.

2.11 PLACEMENT

A number of companies, which include Hero Motocorps, Honda Motors, Yamaha Motors, TVS Motors, conduct campus interviews for certificate level students. The student completing the vocational program is also helped by Alumni Placement Assistance Cell (APAC) of the Institute in securing suitable jobs in various industries. Job Fair ‘Swavlamban’ is organized by APAC, where about 30-35 industries / organizations assemble at one location for recruiting the students of vocational programs. 

 

NON UNIVERSITY AND OTHER PROGRAMMES

D.E.I. TECHNICAL COLLEGE

ABOUT THE COLLEGE

Dayalbagh has always laid maximum emphasis on technical education. Accordingly, a Technical School was founded in 1927, which later developed into a Technical College. Presently, the College is offering Diploma Programmes in Engineering and other disciplines: Automobile, Electrical, Mechanical, Civil, Electronics, Architecture Assistantship, Textile, Interior Design and Decoration, Leather Technology. In addition it also offers 2 year Diploma Programmes in Garment Technology, Home Science and Modern Office Management & Secretarial Practice. From the session 1986-87, the DEI Technical College has been brought under the academic and administrative control of Dayalbagh Educational Institute.It is one of the most reputed colleges for technical education in the country.

STAFF

Principal 
Dr. B. Bhupinder Rao, PhD

Department of Automobile Engineering
Mr. V.P. Malhotra, MTech, Senior Lecturer & Head
Mr. Majer Singh, MTech, Lecturer

Department of Electrical Engineering
Dr. Ankur Das, PhD, Senior Lecturer & Head
Dr. Sinha Anand Prem Dayal, PhD, Lecturer
Vacant, Lecturer

Department of Mechanical Engineering
Mr. G. P. Misra, MTech, Senior Lecturer & Head
Mr. V Prem Prasad, MTech Emeritus Teacher
Mr. P P Dua, MTech, MIE (India) Emeritus Teacher
Dr. Purushottam Kumar, PhD, Lecturer
Mr. Rajeev Satsangi, MTech Lecturer
Mr. Mayank Kumar Agarwal, BSc (Engg.), Lecturer
Mr. Bhuvnesh Singhal, MTech Lecturer
Maj. Pritam Singh, MTech, Workshop Supdt.

Others
Dr. J.K. Arora, PhD, Lecturer
Dr. A.K. Sharma, PhD, Lecturer
Dr. M. Radha Krishna, PhD, Lecturer
Mr. R.R. Singh, MA, Lecturer

A.                     Staff as per AICTE norms  have  been provided to offer Self financing  diploma programs

 

1.3 PROGRAMMES OFFERED  

GROUP – A

                Diploma in Engineering

                                Civil*

                                Automobile

                                Electrical

                                Mechanical

                                Electronics*

                Diploma in Leather Technology

                                Footwear CASD

                Diploma in Architecture Assistantship*

                Vocational Diploma*

                                Automobile

                                Information Technology

                Vocational Diploma *

                                Integrated with BSc Computer Science

GROUP – B

                Diploma in Textile Designing*

                Diploma in Interior Designing & Decoration*

GROUP – C

                Diploma in Garment Technology*

GROUP – D

        a. : Diploma in Modern Office Management & Secretarial Practice*

* Self Sustained Diploma Programmes.

 

B. DURATION: Duration varies from Programme to Programme

                GROUP – A                         6 Semesters

                GROUP – B                         6 Semesters (12 Modules)

                GROUP – C                         4 Semesters (8 Modules)

                GROUP – D                         4 Semesters (8 Modules)

 

C. NUMBERS OF SEATS

GROUP – A

                Diploma in Engineering

                             Architecture Assistantship                                           (Female - 30)

                             Automobile                                                                        (Male + Female - 60)

                             Civil                                                                                        (Male - 60)

                             Electrical                                                                              (Male + Female - 120)

                             Electronics                                                                          (Male + Female - 60)

                             Mechanical                                                                         (Male - 60)

             Diploma in Leather Technology

                                Footwear CASD                                                                                (Male - 30)

                Vocational Diploma

                                Automobile                                                                        (Male + Female - 100)

                                Information Technology                                                                                                                              

  Vocational Diploma                                                                                      (Male + Female - 100)

            Integrated with BSc Computer Science                                                     

 

GROUP – B

                Diploma in Textile Designing                                                       (Female - 30)

                Diploma in Interior Designing & Decoration                          (Female - 30)

GROUP – C

                Diploma in Garment Technology                                               (Female - 30)

GROUP – D

                Diploma in Modern Office Mgmt & Secretarial Practice   (Male + Female - 60)

 

D. ELIGIBILITY

GROUP – A

Diploma in Civil, Automobile, Electrical, Mechanical, Electronics, Leather Technology (Footwear CASD),

Architecture Assistantship, Vocational Diploma Automobile, Information Technology

High School with at least good second division OR Intermediate with 50% marks from U.P. Board or equivalent examination, with Science and Mathematics as main subjects

Note : For vocational diploma Candidates with vocational qualification will be preferred.

 

Vocational Diploma Integrated with BSc Computer Science

Intermediate or equivalent examination with Science subjects

GROUP – B

Diploma in Textile Designing, Interior Designing & Decoration

High School Science with at least good second division (50%)

GROUP – C

Diploma in Garment Technology

High School

GROUP – D

Diploma in Modern Office Management & Secretarial Practice

Intermediate with Hindi and English as subjects

 

E. AGE LIMIT

There is no minimum age limit for admission. However, the maximum age should not exceed 22 years (25 years in case of SC/ST) on the first of July of the year of admission.

 

F. GENDER                         

GROUP – A

                Diploma in Civil, Mechanical, Leather Technology                                           Only for Male

                Diploma in Automobile, Electrical, Electronics                                                  For all

                Diploma in Architecture Assistantship                                                                   Only for Female 

                Vocational Diploma Automobile, Information                                                   For all

                Technology, Integrated with BSc Computer Science

GROUP – B

                Diploma in Textile Designing, Interior Designing & Decoration                 Only for Female

GROUP – C

                Diploma in Garment Technology                                                                              Only for Female

GROUP – D

                Diploma in Modern Office Management & Secretarial Practice                 For all

 

G. SUBJECTS OF WRITTEN TEST: 

H.   COMPUTATION OF ADMISSION MERIT : The following components will be used for computing the admission merit:  Academic Merit, Written Objective test and Personal Interview.

LATERAL ENTRY

A few selected meritorious students admitted in the Institute may be given admission to higher level programmes through lateral entry at appropriate stages of the Certificate/ Diploma Programmes as below:

(A)    Certificate to Three/Two Year Diploma (Mechanical/Automobile/Electrical/Interior Designing    Decoration / Garment Technology/Textile Designing/Leather Technology.)

(B)    Vocational Diploma to Diploma in Engineering (Electronics/Automobile)

(C)    Diploma in Engineering to BTech (Mechanical/Electrical/Civil/Footwear)

(D)    Certificate/Diploma of MOM & Secretarial Practiceto BCom. (Honours)

(For details candidates may contact Principal, Technical College)

ADMISSION CRITERIA:

Marks obtained in qualifying examination (20%) + written test (60%) + interview (20%).

Admission criteria: Marks obtained in qualifying examination (20%) + written test (60%) + interview (20%).

Program

Branch

Seats

Eligibility

GROUP – A      Duration – 6 Semesters

Diploma in Engineering

Civil*

Automobile

 

Electrical

 

Mechanical

Electronics*

 

Male - 60

Male+

Female-60

Male +

Female-120

Male - 60 

Male  + 

Female - 60                                  

High School with at least good second division OR Intermediate with 50% marks from U.P. Board or equivalent examination, with Science and Mathematics as main subjects

Diploma in Leather Technology

Footwear * (CASD)

Male – 30

Diploma in Architecture

   Assistantship*

 

Female – 60

(a) Vocational Diploma*

 

 

 

(b) Vocational Diploma *

Integrated with BSc

Computer Science

 

Automobile

 

 (a) Information Technology

 

(b) Information

Technologhy

Male+Female

100

 

 

 

(a)+(b)= 100

As above

Note: Candidates with vocational qualification will be preferred.

 

 

Intermediate or equivalent examination with Science subjects


GROUP – B      Duration – 6 Semesters (12 Modules)

Diploma in Textile Designing*

 

Female– 30

High School Science with at least good second division (50%)

Diploma in Interior Designing & Decoration*

 

Female– 30

GROUP – C      Duration – 4 Semesters (8 Modules)

Diploma in Garment Technology*

 

Female– 30

High School

GROUP – D      Duration – 4 Semesters (8 Modules)

Diploma in Modern Office Management & Secretarial Practice*

 

Male +  

Female -60

Intermediate with Hindi and English as subjects

*Self Financing diploma programs.

         

1.4 CORE COURSES

In accordance with the DEI Education Policy, core courses are a compulsory component in the curriculum of all Programmes. For details, refer 6.1 (Core Courses) in Section A of the Prospectus.

1.5 AGE LIMIT

There is no minimum age limit for admission. However, the maximum age should not exceed 22 years (25 years in case of SC/ST) on the first of July of the year of admission.

1.6 STUDENT UNIFORM

Students are required to wear the prescribed uniform. Failure to do so may result in a fine and/or loss of marks in discipline, or any other disciplinary action.

For Summer:

Girls  -

White Kurta, White Salwar, White Dupatta or White Saree.

Boys  -

White Shirt and Grey Trousers.

For Winter: (Over and above the summer dress)

Girls  -

Grey Cardigan/Grey Jacket.

Boys  -

Navy-blue Blazer/Grey Cardigan/ Grey Jacket.

1.7 ADMISSION

1.7.1 Online Application

Candidates seeking admission must apply online through the Institute website http://www.dei.ac.in on or before the last date of submission. Instructions given there must be read carefully before filling up the Form. Facility for online filling up of the Application Forms would be available at the Institute for which the candidates may contact Help-Desk Counter in the Institute. Applicants may use the Common Application Form for this purpose.

Alternatively, candidates can also apply through paper-based application as explained under 1.7.2 below:

1.7.2      Paper Based Application:

Paper-based Application Form and the Prospectus would be available at the Institute Counter. The filled Application Form must be submitted on or before the last date of submission.

1.7.3      For online and paper-based Application Forms the sum of `270/- Per Course   can be deposited using SBI site http://wwwonlinesbi.comas under:

a)    Payment can be made online (Net banking or Debit/Credit Card) using State Bank of India site mentioned above by choosing option “State Bank Collect”.

b)    In case the payment is being made in cash, the applicant needs to download and print the challan from SBI site mentioned above and submit the fee in any branch of State Bank of India using this printed challan.

Please note that the bank charges for deposit of fee through Net banking will be nominal i.e.Rs.12/- in the case of net transfer from State Bank of India and Rs.17/- in the case of other banks whereas the charges would be Rs.57/- for cash deposit in any branch of State Bank of India. 

Please mention in the challan the correct application form number, name, date of birth, contact number and amount failing which application form will not be processed.

Completed Application Form for Diploma courses must reach the office of the Registrar, Dayalbagh Educational Institute, Dayalbagh, Agra-282 005 on or before June 01, 2016.

All candidates will be called for written test while only selected candidates will be called for interview.  Admits Cards for Written Test/Interview will be uploaded on website of the Institute. They can also be downloaded from the Institute Website.

  • Admission is based on the merit prepared by considering the marks obtained in the qualifying examination, written test and interview.
  • Branch allotment is on the basis of overall merit in the entrance examination.
  • Limited hostel accommodation is available. Allotment is on the basis of merit.

1.8 MEDICAL EXAMINATION

Candidates selected for admission will be examined by the Medical Officer of the Institute (Saran Ashram Hospital, Dayalbagh) for due physical fitness for the academic programme. Candidates will themselves bear the expenditure in this connection. Candidates who fail to appear before the Medical Officer on the date fixed for the purpose or found medically unfit, shall be rejected and their selection shall be cancelled.

1.9 LATERAL ENTRY

A few selected meritorious students admitted in the Institute may be given admission to higher level programmes through lateral entry at appropriate stages of the Certificate/ Diploma Programmes as below:

(A)          Certificate to Three/Two Year Diploma (Mechanical/Automobile/Electrical/Interior Designing & Decoration/ Garment Technology/Textile Designing/Leather Technology.)

(B)          Vocational Diploma to Diploma in Engineering (Electronics/Automobile)

(C)          Diploma in Engineering to BTech (Mechanical/Electrical/Civil/Footwear)

(D)          Certificate/Diploma   of MOM & Secretarial Practiceto BCom. (Honours)

(For details candidates may contact Principal, Technical College)

1.10 INTEGRATED PROGRAMMES

College offers a Six Semester Vocational Diploma Programme in Information Technology Integrated with
BSc Computer Science along with 3 Summer Terms

 

 

CANCELLATION OF ADMISSION

7.1 If a candidate who has been admitted after selection and payment of all dues, remains absent continuously for more than seven days, during the first two weeks without permission, his/her admission will be cancelled.

7.2 Admission granted to a student in the Institute shall be cancelled if it is discovered at a later date even after the completion of the course of study, that the student had obtained admission by fraudulent means or by misrepresentation of facts. In such a case, he/she shall forfeit all the accruing benefits and if the degree/diploma has been awarded, it shall be cancelled.

RESERVATION OF SEATS

Reservation policy of Government of India or Government of Uttar Pradesh is followed as applicable.

It may be further noted that:

(i)      No SC/ST/OBC student can seek admission or claim reservation, unless he/she appears in national or State/Common or University/Institution tests held for the purpose.

(ii)     Where National or Common/State or University/Institution test is not prescribed as necessary, the selection shall be arranged in the order of merit among themselves as per the   merit position obtained in the qualifying examination.

(iii)   Rule of interchangeability between SCs and STs would be applicable.

(iv)  If no eligible reserved candidates are available; the vacant seats in the reserved quota shall not be filled by any unreserved candidates.

SUBMITTIING THE APPLICATION FORM

7.1 (a)          Duly filled in Common Application Forms for Diploma, UG and BVoc Programmes must be submitted online/at the Institute before 1st June 2016

        (b)         Duly filled in Common Application Forms for BEd, MVoc, Post Graduateand P.G. Diploma Programmes must be submitted online/at the Institute latest by 13th June 2016.

        (c)           Duly filled in Common Application Forms for Certificate and Modular courses must be submitted online/at the Institute up to 30th June 2016.

7.2 Incomplete Application Forms will be rejected. No addition subsequently will be allowed and a new Applicaton Form has to be submitted in this case. The cost of the form will not be refunded for any reason whatsoever.

COMPLETIING THE APPLICATION FORM

6.1  Fill in the Application Form only if you satisfy yourselves about your eligibility for admission to the program.

6.2 The Application Form has to be filled in black/blue ink and undertaking is to be signed by you only.

6.3 The instructions in the Application Form are self-explanatory. Please follow them strictly.

6.4  It is mandatory to provide your email address and mobile number clearly as it will be used in all communication related to your admission.

6.5 For modes of payment of registration & processing fee please refer the relevant section of the prospectus.

6.6 Application Form will be considered for all procedures related to admission. Any discrepancy found during original document verification, will result in cancellation of admission.

6.7 It may be noted that no request for change in the particulars filled in the Application Form will be entertained.

ADMISSION AND ENROLMENT

5.1 CRITERIA FOR SELECTION:

  • Admissions are made on the basis of Academic Merit, Written Objective test and Personal Interview, as specified.
  • Candidates will be called for interview on the basis of marks obtained in various pre-qualifying and/or qualifying examinations as well as marks obtained in the written test. A candidate must obtain at least 30% marks in the written test of the concerned programme to be eligible to be called for interview. However, all Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe candidates who satisfy the eligibility criteria and appear in the concerned Written Test Shall be called for personal interview.
  • Final selection is made from the merit list prepared on the basis of Academic Merit, performance in the written objective test as applicable and personal interview. Further details are given in the subsequent paragraphs.

5.2 WRITTEN TEST:

As a part of selection process, all candidates will be called for written and/or practical test whereas, for admission to BTech (Full-Time), no written test will be conducted as their JEE (Mains) score will be considered:

Normally, such lists are ready at least 4-5 days  before the scheduled date of the written entrance test  and uploaded on the website of the Institute. Call letters/Admit Cards for written objective test and interview are posted on the website and these shall be available on admission portal http://www.dei.ac.in. The Institute will not be responsible if the admit cards posted on the website are not watched and downloaded by the candidates.

5.3 WRITTEN OBJECTIVE TEST:

Appearance in written objective test is mandatory for admission and the applicant will appear in it at his/her own expense. Questions will be of objective type with each question having four possible answers (only one correct). The scope of the written test would span over the level of the qualifying examination along with questions on General Knowledge. There will be no negative marking.

5.4 PERSONAL INTERVIEW

Candidates, who satisfy all eligibility conditions for the courses they have applied for and have also appeared in the relevant written test and obtained at least 30% marks, will be called for Personal Interview subject to a maximum of approximately five times the number of available seats in each course. However, all Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe candidates who satisfy the eligibility conditions and have appeared in the concerned written test shall be called for personal interview. Candidates will be required to produce their original certificates along with a set of self-attested photocopies at the time of the interview, failing which their candidature will be rejected forthwith. The set of photocopies will be retained for institute record. A candidate eligible for interview in more than one course will appear for interview only once and the marks he/she scores in that interview, will be considered while preparing the merit lists of all courses for which he/she  is eligible.

5.5 FINAL SELECTION

Final selection for admission will be made on the basis of the merit including marks allotted for extra-curricular activities on the following parameters.

•     Academic Merit computed from the marks in various pre-qualifying and/or qualifying examinations.*

•     Marks obtained in the Written Objective Test or Practical Test

•     Interview

*   For selection to MBA (Business Management), Group Discussion will be considered instead of marks obtained in pre-qualifying and qualifying examination. In the Group Discussion, applicants will be required to discuss a case study in groups.

      However, for BTech (Full-Time) admissions, JEE (Mains) score will be considered in lieu of written test marks.

5.6 COMMUNICATION

All information regarding the admission process, including the points obtained by the candidates in the various components (prior merit, written test, interview, group discussion and points awarded on the basis of certificates for participation in games, sports, cultural and co-curricular activities and social service, etc.) will be available on the admission portal of the Institute from time to time:

                           http://edrp.dei.ac.in:8085/AdmissionApplication

Candidates must refer to and check the admission portal regularly for the list of candidates shortlisted for written tests and interviews, admit cards and the order of merit after the final selection, based on which the admissions to the Institute will be made in the various programmes of the Institute.

In any case the Institute does not own any responsibility for non-delivery or late delivery of the communications. Candidates, who fail to appear at the test/interview on the date and time fixed for the purpose, shall not be given another opportunity and their candidature shall stand rejected. No further correspondence will be entertained in this connection.

5.7 MEDICAL EXAMINATION

Candidates selected for admission to BTech course will be examined by the Medical Officer of the Institute (Saran Ashram Hospital, Dayalbagh) for due physical fitness for the academic programme. Candidates will themselves bear the expenditure in this connection. Candidates who fail to appear before the Medical Officer on the date fixed for the purpose or found medically unfit, shall be rejected and their selection shall be cancelled.

5.8 PAYMENT OF FEE

·         Selected candidates will be considered admitted to the Institute only when they have paid the first installment of the required fee as indicated in the enclosed Fee Schedule, by the prescribed date. Failure to pay the fees in time will result in automatic cancellation of their selection.  At any given time, fee for an integrated course would be that of lower degree if both are running concurrently.

·         Candidates are required to bring their fees at the time of admission in cash or by Bank Draft. During the entire course of study, the fees, as indicated in the fee schedule, must be paid on the dates notified from time to time.

·         In the event of a newly admitted candidate surrendering his/her seat before the commencement of the course, the entire fee collected from the student shall be refunded (after a deduction of the processing fee of not more than Rs.1000/-) along with the original certificates/documents (if deposited) provided the seat falling vacant has been filled by another candidate by the last date of admission. Claim for refund of fee after forfeiting admission in a programme of study is admissible only up to 2 months from the prescribed day of registration in that programme.

·         All students, after the completion of their course and the clearing of all Institute dues, can make claim for refund of deposited caution money within 2 years from the date of completion of the course. Thereafter no claim would be entertained and the caution money shall stand forfeited.

5.9 ENROLMENT

·         A candidate shall be considered to be admitted as a student in the Institute as soon as he/she is admitted by the Dean/Principal concerned, registered for admission on the prescribed registration day or the next working day following and has paid the prescribed fees in cash on the scheduled fee collection day or through bank draft by the next working day, otherwise he/she shall forfeit his/her claim for admission.

·         After their admission, the candidates are required to enroll themselves in the Institute. Those coming from outside Institutions and seeking admission in the Institute, shall submit their complete enrolment forms along with their transfer/migration certificates to the respective Dean/Principal on the prescribed registration day, i.e., the first day of scheduled opening of classes.  However, transfer/migration certificates can be submitted up to two more weeks. A student shall be considered as enrolled if, after admission as per clause mentioned in the above paragraph; he/she has submitted the completed enrolment form and transfer/migration certificate.

·         Students taking admission for the first time in a degree course of the Institute are required to submit the transfer/migration certificate issued from the last institution attended by them. Students taking admission in BEd or other Post Graduate courses of the Institute are required to submit the migration certificate issued from the last Institution/University attended by them. Those students, who have passed their Intermediate examination as private candidates, should submit the transfer certificate from the Institution last attended by them and also submit a photocopy of the mark sheet of their Intermediate examination duly attested by themselves and their respective Deans/Principals along with their enrolment forms.

·         A student admitted within the first two weeks from the prescribed day of registration after commencement of the session, shall be required to pay the prescribed fee from the beginning of the session. However, due to non-payment of fee in time, if a candidate’s admission is forfeited, he/she may claim it again by paying an additional late fee of Rs. 100 each for registration and fee submission, provided there still exists a vacancy in the said program.

·         Students failing to submit their enrolment forms by the prescribed registration day, shall be allowed to submit thesis within two more weeks by paying a late fee of Rs.100/-.

·         Students failing to submit their transfer/migration certificates within two weeks from the prescribed registration day, shall be allowed to  submit these within two more weeks by paying a late fee of Rs.100/-.

·         Students who have submitted their enrolment forms within two weeks from the prescribed registration day but have failed to submit their valid transfer/migration certificates within four weeks from the prescribed registration day, may be allowed to submit these with late fee of Rs.100/-, on furnishing a written undertaking seeking further time for submission of their transfer/migration certificates at the latest up to the 31st August of their first semester. Names of students failing to submit their transfer/migration certificates by 31st August of the first semester shall be struck-off the rolls of the Institute.

·         Provided further that the Director may, for special reason(s) to be recorded, allow further time for submission of enrolment forms and/or transfer/migration certificates up to the 30th September of the first semester on payment of a late fee each of Rs.200/- .

·         The schedule of starting of classes will be notified through a notification issued by the concerned Dean/Principal.

ADMISSION PROCEDURE

1.1 Online Application: Candidates seeking admission must apply on or before the last date using the submission of Common Application Form which is available on the Institute’s website http://www.dei.ac.in. Instructions given therein must be read carefully before filling up the Form. Facility for online filling up of the Application Form would also be available at the Institute for which the candidates may contact Help-Desk Counter in the Institute. Applicants can apply for more than one course in one application form.

        As an alternative, the candidates can also apply through paper-based application as explained in point 1.2.

1.2 Paper-Based Application: Paper-based Prospectus alongwith the Application Form will be available at the Institute Counter. The filled Common Application Form with no enclosures must be submitted on or before the last date of submission. As with online applications, multiple courses can be applied for using only one Paper- based Application Form.

 1.2.1     The Application Form giving full particulars must be submitted in the Institute on or before the last date along with the fee towards the Registration and Application Processing as under:

Non-Professional Courses: BA (Honours)/BA (Social Science) (Honours)/BCom (Honours)/BSc(Home Science) (Honours)/ BSc (Honours)/MA (Arts)/MA (Social Science)/MCom/MSc(Home Science)/MSc

Registration Fee (Rs. 5) + Application Processing Fee (Rs. 225/-) = Total: Rs. 230/- Per Course.

Professional courses:  BTech/MTech/BEd/MEd/BBA (Honours)/BVoc/MVoc./MBA/PG Diploma Courses/Diploma inAyurveda/MPhil/PhD

Registration Fee (Rs. 5) + Application Processing Fee (Rs. 265/-) = Total: Rs. 270/- Per Course.

1.3 For online and paper-based Application Forms, the sum of`230/- or`270/- per course as the case may be, can be deposited using SBI site http://www.onlinesbi.comas under:

a)    Payment can be made online (Net banking or Debit/Credit Card) using State Bank of India site mentioned above by choosing the option “State Bank Collect”.

b)    In case the payment is being made in cash, the applicant needs to download and print the challan from SBI site mentioned above and submit the fee in any branch of State Bank of India using this printed challan.

Please note that the bank charges  for deposit of fee through Net banking will be a nominal amount of Rs.12/- in the case of net transfer from State Bank of India and Rs.17/- in the case of other banks whereas the charges would be Rs.57/- for cash deposit in any branch of State Bank of India. 

Please mention in the challan the correct application form number, name, date of birth, contact number and amount failing which the Application Form will not be processed.

1.4 If any information is missing or any question is left unanswered in the Application Form, it will not be considered.

DIRECT ADMISSION TO PG/UG PROGRAMMES

A.      Postgraduate Programme:

Students who pass their three year Honours degree, BTech or BEd Course from this Institute with CGPA of 9.0/10 or above may be directly admitted to the Postgraduate programme of study in the same discipline whereas students with a CGPA of 8.5/10 to below 9.0/10 may be directly admitted to the Postgraduate programme of study in the same discipline, if they perform satisfactorily in the interview, subject to the following conditions:

1.       They submit their applications in the prescribed form in time for the next academic session.

2.       The number of such candidates shall not exceed 50% of the sanctioned strength of the concerned Post-graduate class. Admissions shall be made in order of merit of the graduation examination. Candidates not admitted as above shall be considered along with other general applicants.

3.       Admissions up to 40% over and above the sanctioned strength of the Post-graduate class concerned may be allowed by the Director on the recommendation of the Admission Committee.

Additionally, students who pass their three year Honours degree, BTech or BEd course from this Institute with CGPA between 8.5/10 and 9.0/10 are exempted from appearing in the written test but must appear for personal interview to be admitted to the PG programme of study in the same discipline, subject to the conditions given above.

B.      Undergraduate Programme:

Students from the DEI Prem Vidyalaya Girls’ Intermediate College, REI Intermediate College and other Intermediate Colleges of the Institute, being the feeder stream for undergraduate courses of the Institute, who pass their Intermediate examination in Arts, Commerce and Science with CGPA of 6.0/10 or above, may be admitted to the undergraduate classes, for which they are eligible, directly in the concerned faculty, that is, Arts, Commerce, Social Sciences and Science, subject to the following conditions:

1.       They submit their applications in the prescribed form on or before the last date of submission for the next academic session.

2.       Such admissions shall be considered against supernumerary seats only which shall be over and above the sanctioned strength of the concerned undergraduate classes and shall not exceed 20% of the sanctioned strength.  Also, these admissions shall be made in order of merit of the result of the Intermediate examination of the Institute.  Students not admitted as above shall be considered along with other general applicants.

Such admissions against supernumerary seats upto 20% over and above the sanctioned strength of the undergraduate classes concerned may be allowed by the Director on the recommendation of the Admission Committee.

DOCTORAL PROGRAMME (PhD)

The Institute has a full-time Doctoral programme through research in all subjects/areas which have Master’s Programmes leading to the award of PhD degree. Students are encouraged to work in frontline and emerging areas in Arts, Commerce, Education, Management, Science, Social Sciences and Technology. Additionally, the employees of the institute are encouraged to improve their qualifications and enrich their knowledge by undertaking part-time research.

1.1 Research Entrance Test (RET) for PhD Programme:

Candidates possessing minimum qualifications with requisite percentage of marks and academic record, as mentioned below shall be eligible to appear in the Research Entrance Test & Interview.

1.2 Details of Qualifying Examinations:

  • Master’s degree in the concerned subject with at least 55% marks in the aggregate or equivalent CGPA of 5.5/10 in the qualifying examination (first postgraduate degree).
  • For candidates from Engineering discipline:  Applicants having a BTech or an equivalent Engineering degree with at least 75% marks, or equivalent CGPA of 7.5/10, or 90 percentile or  more in GATE (Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering), with at least  one year relevant professional experience or one published paper  in a standard journal are also eligible.
  •  There shall be a relaxation of 5% marks (or equivalent grade point average) forScheduled Caste (SC)/Scheduled Tribe (ST)/ Physically Challenged candidates in the qualifying examination.

(i)      There shall be a separate Research Entrance Test (RET) for each Department.

(ii)    In case a large number of applications are received by a department, only a limited number of candidates will be called for written test. The list will be prepared on the basis of marks (or CGPA) obtained in various pre-qualifying and/or qualifying examinations.

(iii)   Candidates are required to check the number of available seats in the respective departments before applying for admission.

(iv)  The written test shall be of 1½ hour duration and will have the following 3 sections:

·         Section A – Questions of (i) General Awareness (ii) Logical Reasoning (iii) Quantitative Ability and (iv) Computer Awareness.

·         Section B - Questions to assess the research-related reasoning and writing skills of the candidates.

·         Section C - Subject related questions of specialized nature related to the particular discipline/subject of the concerned Faculty.

 All questions will be of multiple-choice type in nature. There is no negative marking for a wrong answer.

(v)    No revaluation of the answer books of the written test shall be allowed.

(vi)              The Institute reserves the right to modify the pattern of the conduct of RET as well as minimum qualifying mark(s).

(vii)             Reservation for SC/ST/PC category will be applicable as per norms based on the available seat in each department.

(viii)           The RET written examination will be of 75 marks, and the interview will be of 25 marks. Final merit list will be prepared out of a total of 100 marks.

(ix)              For those candidates who are exempted from appearing in the written test, the Interview marks will be multiplied by 4 to bring all candidates on a common scale of 0 to 100.

(x)                At the time of the Interview, the candidates are required to produce all relevant original certificates, such as, NSS, Games and Sports, Co-curricular Activities, Community Service, Additional Academic Qualifications, Participation in Workshops/Seminars/Conferences, Publications in journals/ Proceedings, etc.

(xi)              If a candidate who has been admitted after selection and payment of all dues, remains absent continuously for more than seven days during the first two weeks without permission, his/her admission will be cancelled.

(xii)             Admission granted to a student in the Institute shall be cancelled if it is discovered at a later date even after the completion of the course of study that the student had obtained admission by fraudulent means or by misrepresentation of facts. In such a case, he/she shall forfeit all the accruing benefits and if the degree/diploma has been awarded, it shall be cancelled.

(xiii)           All such candidates whose result of the final year of the qualifying degree (MA/MCom, etc.) in the concerned subject is still awaited or those who have not attached their final year marksheets, will be given provisional permission to appear in the RET, based on the details submitted in their application forms. They are required to produce the final year/semester marksheets in original at the latest, one hour before the commencement of the RET, failing which their candidature will be cancelled.

1.3 Exemption from Research Entrance Test (RET)

A candidate who fulfils one of the following requirements may be considered for admission to PhD programme without having to appear in the written Test. However, he/she will have to appear for the Interview and obtain minimum marks (to be specified) in the Interview:

·         A candidate who has qualified National Eligibility Test as NET-JRF (Junior Research Fellowship). However, candidates qualifying NET-LS (National Eligibility Test for Lectureship), or SLET (State Level Eligibility) only, shall not be eligible for the RET exemption.

·         A permanent teacher of the Institute with post-graduate qualification and at least two papers published in a standard journal or two full papers in reputed conference proceedings.

·         MPhil students of the Institute who have qualified the RET of the Institute for admission to MPhil are exempted from appearing in the RET for PhD admission.

·         Graduate Aptitude Test for Engineering (GATE) will be considered for admission to disciplines under Faculty of Engineering only.

·         A candidate who is a recipient of National Doctoral Fellowship or any other research fellowship of government/semi-government organizations, such as, Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), University Grants Commission (UGC), All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), Department of Science and Technology (DST), Defence Research and Development Organization (DRDO), Department of Atomic Energy (DAE), Department of Biotechnology (DBT), and similar national-level organizations awarded through an All India selection procedure conducted by the agency/organization concerned. (However, candidates selected/working in research project funded by such organizations shall not be eligible for the RET exemption).

1.4 Direct Admission

·         Those candidates of the Institute who have (A) been awarded Director’s Medal in their post-graduate   qualifying  examination (such as MA/MCom, etc.), (B) passed the post-graduate qualifying examination from respective departments of the DEI, and (C) scored CGPA 9.0/10.0 or above may be granted direct admission to the PhD programme. In the absence of an applicant with Director’s Medal, the best candidate of the discipline concerned satisfying criteria (B) and (C) may be considered, subject to availability of seats. Number of seats in such cases shall be treated supernumerary subject to a maximum of 20% of the total available seats.

 

2. DOCTORAL PROGRAMME (PhD) UNDER THE PART-TIME OPTION IN THE INSTITUTE

(Applicable for the Faculty & Staff Members of the Institute and other candidates who are eligible for part-time registration under joint supervision of a teacher at DEI and a teacher of another Institute with which DEI has signed a Memorandum of Understanding)

Part-time PhD admissions in the Institute against a rolling advertisement will be held as under:

(i)    Details of Qualifying Examinations:

a.       Master’s degree in the concerned subject with at least 55% in the aggregate or equivalent CGPA of 5.5 / 10 in the qualifying examination (first post-graduate degree)

b.      BTech or an equivalent Engineering degree with at least 75% marks or equivalent CGPA of 7.5 / 10, or 90 percentile or more in GATE (Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering), with at least one year relevant professional experience or one published paper in a standard journal (for candidates without Master’s Degree in Engineering/ Technology).

c.   There shall be a relaxation of 5% marks (or equivalent grade point average) for Scheduled Caste (SC)/ Scheduled Tribe (ST)/ Differently Abled candidates in the minimum marks (or CGPA) required in the qualifying examination.

(ii)   The candidates under this option would be required to appear for a Research Entrance Test (RET) before a Central Committee.

(iii) The candidates willing to avail of this opportunity can apply for admission to the PhD programme in the department concerned against the rolling advertisement. Their applications will be considered every quarter, subject to the availability of supervisory vacancies in the department.

(iv)                 On selection into the PhD programme, a Research Advisory Committee (RAC) would be formed for such candidates in the same way as is followed for regular PhD candidates.

(v) The functions of the RACs for the part-time PhD candidates would be the same as that for the regular PhD candidates.

(vi) For any other modality, these candidates shall be governed by the Bye-Laws of the Institute on the degree of Doctor of Philosophy.

DETAILS OF SUBJECT OPTIONS

(1)  Bachelor of Arts (BA) Honours

A.  Major Subjects - Two subjects for the first 4 semesters, selecting not more than one from any of the following three groups, such that at least one should be English or Hindi or Drawing & Painting or Sanskrit or Home Science or Music. The number of students which can be accommodated in a Major Subject (taking BA and BA Soc. Sc. together) is given below in parentheses against each:

Group 1: English (100), Hindi (100)

Group 2: Drawing & Painting (40), Sanskrit (30), Economics (50), Psychology (50)

Group 3: Home Science (30), Music (40), Political Science (50), Sociology (50)

Note:

1)      If a language is not offered as a major course, it shall be compulsory to offer one language as a Half Course.

2)      Candidates opting for the subjects of Music and Drawing & Painting may be required to appear for an aptitude test and these subjects will be allowed only to those who pass in the test.

3)      Candidates shall not be allowed to take the same subject both as a major and as an ancillary elective.

B.    Inter-disciplinary and ancillary electives - Two, at least one from the non-faculty courses.

(a)                                                                                                                Faculty Half Course: Drawing & Painting/English/Hindi/Home Science/Music (Sitar/Tabla/Vocal)/ Sanskrit.

(b)                                                                                                                Non-faculty Half Courses: Psychology/Sociology/Education/ Accountancy & Law/Applied Business Economics/Business Administration/Environmental Education/Botany/Chemistry/Mathematics & Statistics/ Physics/Zoology.

C.    (i)   Work-based Training: One, allied to a Major Subject (see below).

        Major Subjects                         Work-based Training

a)    Drawing & Painting                  Commercial Art/Batik Painting/Textile Designing and Fabric Painting/ Sculpture- Clay Modeling

b)    English                                          Secretarial and Journalistic Skills/Journalism & Mass Communication/ English for Secretarial and Office Management Skills

c)    Hindi                                              Patrakarita/Creative Writing

d)    Home Science                           Food Preservation/Quilting and Knitting/Hand Embroidery/Cooking

e)    Music                                            Repair & Maintenance of Musical Instruments/Applied Music

f)     Sanskrit                                        Secretarial and Journalistic Skills/Applied Sanskrit

g)    Economics, Political Sc.,
 Psychology, Sociology           For details please see para 2.C

(ii)   Additional Work- based Training (optional)

Note: Option in any subject (major subject/half-course/work-based training) will be allowed only when a sufficient number of students offer to take that subject.

 

(2)  Bachelor of Arts (Social Science) [BA (Social Sc.)] Honours

A.  Major subjects: Two subjects for the first 4 semesters, selecting not more than one from any of the following three groups, such that at least one should be Economics or Psychology or Political Science or Sociology. In addition, students can also opt for a combination of Mathematics & Economics as major subjects in the first four semesters and major in Economics in their last two semesters. The number of students that can be accommodated in a major subject [taking BA (Soc. Sc.) and BA together] is given below in parentheses against each:

A.         Group 1: English (100), Hindi (100)

B.         Group 2: Economics (50), Psychology (50), Drawing & Painting (40), Sanskrit (30)

C.         Group 3: Political Science (50), Sociology (50), Home Science (30), Music (40)

Note:

1.    If a language is not offered as a major course, it shall be compulsory to offer one language as a half course.

2.    Candidates opting for the subjects of Music and Drawing & Painting may be required to appear for an aptitude test and these subjects will be allowed only to those who pass in the text.

3.    Candidates shall not be allowed to take the same subject both as a major and as an ancillary elective.

B.    Inter-disciplinary and ancillary electives: Two, at least one from the non-faculty courses:

(a)   Faculty Half Courses: Economics, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, Management

(b)  Non-faculty Half Courses: Drawing & Painting/English/ Hindi/Home Science/Music/Sanskrit/Accountancy and Law/ Applied Business Economics/Business Administration/Education/ Environmental Education/ Botany/Chemistry/Mathematics & Statistics/Physics/Zoology. Students having passed Intermediate with Commerce are not eligible to take Commerce as Non- Faculty Half Course.

C. (i)      Work-based Training: One allied to a Major Subject.

Work-based Training courses offered under different subjects are listed below:

(a)  Economics: Banking Methods/Accounting Applications/Business Applications/Financial Applications

(b)  Political Science: Empirical Study of Local Self Government.

(c)   Psychology: Workshop Practice and Fabrication of Psychological Equipment/Diagnosis and Psychological Treatment of Behavioral Problems.

(d)  Sociology: Upliftment of Weaker Sections. Additional Work -based Training: Construction of Research Tools and their Administration, Project Work.

(e)  English, Hindi, Sanskrit: For details, please see para 1.C.

(ii)   Additional work- based training (optional)

 

(3)   Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) Honours

A.    All Major Subjects from following streams (All Compulsory):

(1) Managerial Sciences     (2) Applied Commerce   (3) Quantitative Analysis   (4) Communicative English

B.    Work-Based Training (Compulsory):

(a) 10 days Practical Training during second semester

(b) 6 weeks Practical Training after fourth semester

 

(4) Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) Honours

A.    Major subjects:  This is an integrated programme covering areas in the field of Commerce in three major subject disciplines in the field of Commerce, as under, in the first 4 semesters leading to BCom and additional 2 semesters for the Honours course:

(1) Accountancy & Law

(2) Applied Business Economics  

(3) Business Administration

B.    Inter-disciplinary and ancillary electives (All compulsory): English and Hindi.

C.    Work-based Training: One, allied to any major subject as listed below:

(a) Accountancy & Law: Book-keeping Practice and Accounting Applications

(b) Applied Business Economics: Banking Methods and Financial Applications

(c) Business Administration: Secretarial Work and Business Applications

(5) Bachelor of Science (Home Science) Honours

A.    Major Subjects (All compulsory):

(i)    Human Development, Food and Nutrition, Family Resource Management, Clothing and Textiles and Extension Education

B.    Inter-disciplinary and ancillary courses (All compulsory):

(a)  Faculty Half Courses: English/Hindi/Sanskrit

(b)  Non-faculty Half Courses: Botany, Applied Physics, Applied Chemistry   

C.    Work-based Training: Food Preservation, Quilting and Knitting, Hand Embroidery, Cooking

 

(6) Bachelor of Education (BEd)

A.      Major Subjects:

                                    I.         Childhood and Growing Up

                                   II.         Contemporary India and  Education

                                 III.         Basics of Pedagogy

                                 IV.         Epistemological  & Sociological Perspectives of Education

                                   V.         Language Across the Curriculum

                                 VI.         Language  and Communication Skills (Hindi)

                                VII.         Learning and Teaching 

                              VIII.         Assessment for Learning

                                 IX.         Guidance and Counseling

                                   X.         Educational & Information Technology

                                 XI.         Language  and Communication Skills (English)

                                XII.         ICT For School Teaching learning & Management

                              XIII.         Pedagogy of School Subjects

                              XIV.         Understanding and Strengthening Self

                                XV.         Creating an Inclusive School

                              XVI.         Knowledge and Curriculum

                             XVII.         Gender School and Society

                           XVIII.         Environmental Education

                              XIX.         Ethics and Values in Teaching Profession

                                XX.         Elective Courses

B.   School Internship will be of 20 weeks in 2 phases-Phase-I of 4 weeks and phase -II of 16 weeks. In phase -I of the internship, focus will be on learning by observation, whereas in phase-II, it will be on learning by working in real school conditions.

C.   Core Course :

      (i)      Indian Civilzation and Culture

      (ii)     General Knowledge and Current Affairs

      (iii)    Co-curricular Activities

D.   Working with community

               (i) Agricultural Operations                             (ii) Social Service

E.  Scouting & Guiding, Yoga & Self Defence

F. Work- based Training

G.Additional Advanced Level Work-Based Training (Optional)

      (i)Kitchen and Ornamental Gardening             (ii) School Craft

 

(7) Bachelor of Science (BSc) Honours

A.    Major subjects: Any two of the following for the first 4 semesters, and out of the two chosen any one for the additional 2 semesters for Honours course:(1) Botany (2) Chemistry (3) Mathematics (4) Physics (5) Zoology (6) Computer Science. Any specific combination of subjects would run only if there are minimum 10 students opting for it. In addition, students can also opt for a combination of Mathematics & Economics as major subjects in the first four semesters and major in Mathematics in their last two semesters.

B.    Inter-disciplinary and ancillary electives: Two; One Faculty Half Course and one Non-Faculty Half Course chosen from the list as given below:

(1)  Faculty Half Courses: Botany, Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics, Zoology.

(2)  Non-faculty Half Courses: English, Hindi, Drawing & Painting, Home Science, Accountancy & Law, Applied Business Economics, Business Administration, General Engineering, Psychology, Workshop Practices, Digital Electronics & Computers.

C.    Work-based Training Course:

One, allied to a major subject, is compulsory for the first two semesters.

In addition, after the second semester, students having CGPA > 8.5 may opt for Modular Courses in any subject of their interest. Modular courses will have the same number of credits as major courses. These will be add-on courses and the credits earned under them would be an overload. If the student is able to acquire credits equivalent to those in the major course, he/she is eligible to pursue Honours Degree in that subject.

Work-based training courses offered by different departments are as:

Botany: (i) Maintenance of Botanical Gardens, (ii) Dairy Products, (iii)Modern Crop Production Technology, (iv) Techniques in Cell & Molecular Biology, (v) Bio-Fertilizers

Chemistry: (i) Soil Testing, (ii) Extraction of Natural Products, (iii)Physical and Chemical aspects of  Leather Processing(iv) Dairy Products, (v) Pollution Control of Air and Water

Mathematics: (i) Computer, Aided Statistical Techniques.

Physics: (i) Practical Electronics, (ii) Entertainment Electronics, (iii) Computer Science Applications

Zoology: (i) Bioinformatics (I – II Semesters) (ii) Cell Biotechnology (I - VI Semesters)

Computer Science: Computer- Aided Statistical Techniques

Note: The inter-disciplinary and ancillary electives, work-based training and core courses are completed during the first four semesters of BA, BSc (Home Science), BBA, BCom., BSc and BA (Social Science) Programmes.

 

(8)  Bachelor of Technology (BTech)

A.    Major subjects: Electrical/Mechanical/Civil Engineering/Footwear Technology

B.    Specialization by Electives: Various electives to be taken up in the last four semesters. For further details, please refer the syllabus.

C.    Non-Faculty Half Courses: Any two of the following in the first two semesters (one in each semester):

        Household Management, Environmental Science, Sociology, English and Art Appreciation.

D.   Work-based Training: One of the following in the fourth semester:

Automobile Engineering/Repair and Maintenance of Electrical Equipment/Photography/Refrigeration and Air-conditioning/Radio & TV Repair/Commercial Art/Furniture Design and Manufacture/Printing Techniques/Metallurgical Analysis/Electronics Design/Computer Maintenance/D.B.M.S./Still Photography, Audio & Video Productions/Physical & Chemical Aspects of Leather Processing/ Rural Technology.

E.    Additional Advanced Level Work-Based Training (optional): Computer Maintenance/Electronic Design/Still Photography, Audio and Video Production.

F.   Five month internship in selected Industries under Co-operative Education Programme of DEI.

 

(9) Bachelor of Vocation [BVoc]:

 (9.1) BVoc in Dairy Tehnology:

A.   Major Subjects

(i)    General Education – Soft skill and Ethics, Biochemistry: Microbiology, ICT application, Workshop Practice, Computer Application, Human Resource Management

(ii)   Skill Education :  Dairy Technology, Dairy Microbiology, Dairy Process Engineering, Technology of Manufacturing Various Milk Products, Dairy Plant Design, Dairy Farm Management Safety & Quality Control, Dairy Business Management, Dairy Plant Operation & Management, Marketing & Packaging of Dairy Product Etc.

B.      Core Components:  Culture Education, Comparative Study of Religion, Agricultural Operation, General Knowledge and Current Affairs, Co-curricular activities, Environmental Education.

Apart from this, there is provision of 6 week summer term industrial internship & Projects and industrial visits during course of study.

 

(9.2) BVoc in Renewable Energy:  Following are the thrust areas in Renewable Energy:

·         Solar Photovltaic Technoligies and System

·         Solar Thermal Technology

·         Bio Mass Systems

·         Wind Energy Systems

·         Smart Grids

·         Green Buildings

 

(9.3) BVoc in Textile:

A.   Major Subjects - All compulsory

                (i)   General Education – Psychology

(ii)  Skill based – Designing, Dyeing, Drawing, Weaving, Printing, Colour matching, Designing using                 softwares like Coral Draw, illustrator, Wilcome.

(iii)  Two (one and a half month each) industrial intership in selected areas are mandatory.

 

(9.4) BVoc in Automobile

A.     Major Subjects (Auto Engines, Motor Vehicle Technology, Auto Electric. Equipment Etc.)

B.     General Education (Physcis, Chemistry, Maths, IT, Soft Skill)

C.     Skill Based in Automobile Fields

                (i)   Fundamental of Automobiles            

                (ii)  Different System of Automobiles (Two & Four Wheelers)

                (iii) Hybrid, Electric & Smart Cars

D.    3 months Co-opt. training in industry after IInd year

E.     Multiple exit option after every year (Diploma, Advance Diploma, BVoc Degree)

 

(9.5) BVoc in Food Processing

A.      Major subjects (All compulsory)  

i)        General Education - Chemistry, Computer Science and Botany.

ii)       Skill-Based subjects in various electives to be taken. For further details, please refer the syllabus,

·         Fruits & Vegetable processing  

·         Milk & Diary products

·         Agro products

·         Entrepreneurship

iii)     Two (One and a half month each) industrial internships in selected areas are mandatory.

 

(9.6)  BVoc in Apparel Design

A.      Major subjects (All compulsory)  

i)        General Education – Home Science, Sociology and Psychology.

ii)       Skill Based – Various papers related to Apparel Manufacturing, Pattern making, Sewing, CAD, Textile Technology and Entrepreneurship to be taken. For further details please refer the syllabus, Two (One and a half month each) industrial internships in selected areas are mandatory.

 

(10) P.G. Diploma in Theology (PGDT)

The programme includes specific study of all the major religions of the world, centering around subjects like Methodology of Science of Religions (Traditional and Modern), Mysticism, Mythology and Symbolism, Religions and Science, Religion and Future Man, etc.

 

(11)  P.G. Diploma in Computer Science & Applications (PGDCSA)

The programme imparts the essential skills required for programming along with an extensive exposure to core areas in computer science. Besides the course work that includes data structures, database management systems, internet technologies,  programming languages, such as, C, C++ and Java, the program offers several electives, such as, Computer Graphics, Computer Networks, Computer Systems Architecture, Operating Systems, Software Engineering and Cryptography and Security. The programme offers intensive hands-on experience through extensive laboratory work, projects and summer internship.

Candidates enrolled through the Distance Education Programme have the option of completing the course part time with one additional semester.

 

(12) P.G. Diploma in Textile Designing & Printing (PGDTDP)

The programme is totally committed to the creative development of the individual. The Institute collaborates with leading design houses to bring in new technology and provides exposure to students. Candidates are expected to have an aptitude for design and capacity to innovate and experiment. A totally integrated curriculum comprises design, projects, production, marketing, general costing and management with creative computer-aided designing. The students are required to visit textile mills and exhibit their works.

 

(13) P.G. Diploma in Big Data, Logistics and Operations Research(PGDBD)

The objective of this programme is to provide a strong foundation in Statistics, Analytics, Information Systems and Operations Research for effective decision making and building systems based on considerations of data mining, risk, prescriptive and predictive analysis and the application of decision tools and techniques.

 

(14)P.G. Diploma in Business Economics (PGDBE)

The programme is centred at the development of skills as applied to the Business Environment. The syllabus includes courses on Principles and Practice of Management, Accounting and Finance, Business Statistics & Mathematics, Business Environment, Economic Policy, Marketing, Communication, Computer Applications and Project.  Students passing PGDBE with CGPA of 5.5 or more are eligible to be admitted to the third term (summer) of MA (Applied Economics) in the Integrated PGDBE-MA (Applied Economics).

 

(15)P.G. Diploma in Devotional & Folk Music (PGDDFM)

The programme is meant to acquaint students with the large variety of musical traditions lying dormant in the Folk Music and Devotional Songs of various regions of our country and thus awaken them to the rich heritage of Indian culture.

 

(16) P.G. Diploma in Safety, Health and Environment (PGDSHE)

The specialized courses are Environmental Law, Environmental Impact Assessment, Social Ecology and Environmental Pollution & Control.

 

(17) P.G. Diploma in Journalism & Mass Communication (PGDJMC)

The programme focuses on various dimensions of Journalism & Mass Communication leading to exposure in news media, i.e., Cyber Journalism, Desktop Printing, Video/Audio Editing, Film and TV Script Writing.

 

(18) P.G. Diploma in Environmental and Green Technology (PGDEGT)

Themain aim of the course is to make students well versed with the concepts of environment, its impact on life, outrages on environment, etc. Students will also be imparted training in various aspects of environmental assessment, techniques to measure pollution, instruments used in environment study. Besides, various legal issues related to environment will also be taught. To contain damage to environment and improve it, knowledge will be imparted on Green Technology interventions, and various aspects of bio-remediation processes. The course will aim at training them in both theoretical and practical aspects of environment study. The major endeavor of the course is value addition to improve employability of Chemistry and Biology students.

 

POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMMES

The postgraduate Programmes have duration of four terms, except for MEd, MBA & MTech, and are designed to acquaint students with the latest developments in the subject concerned and to make them familiar with tools of research. The first two terms (semesters) are devoted to course work and most of the third term (summer term) and the fourth term (semester) to research methodology, dissertation and project work.

 

(19) Master of Arts (MA)

Master’s Programmes in Arts, in addition to traditional subjects, have an essential bias to application and stress on training students in participation and verbal discussions. Thus, seminars and group discussions not only form regular part of the curriculum in each subject, but also form part of the evaluation of the students. The following Programmes are offered at present:

(1) Drawing and Painting: Besides conventional courses, specialization in murals and graphics is available. Students are also required to take part in seminars, group discussions and organize exhibitions of their paintings.

(2) English: Stress is laid both on literature and language. Besides self-study courses, seminars and group discussion in each semester, following electives are available in addition to conventional courses: Business Communication, Translation, ELT, Linguistics, African/American Literature, and Indian Writing in English.

(3) Hindi: A term paper, a seminar and a viva in end semester examinations to be evaluated by external examiners are special features of the curriculum. Besides, the course contents also include specialization in Folk Literature, Journalism, etc.

(4) Music: Provides instructions in Vocal, Sitar or Tabla at present. Greater stress is laid on practical performance rather than theoretical knowledge and the weightage on the two aspects is accordingly distributed for assessment. A special feature is the requirement of giving two stage performances in each semester by a student. Course includes the latest and relatively unknown Ragas and also history and aesthetics of both Indian and Western Music.

(5) Sanskrit & Culture: The course covers, in addition to traditional components like Sanskrit language and literature, Indian Culture, Dharma and Philosophy. Term papers and Seminars & Group Discussion in each semester, all through the medium of Sanskrit language, go a long way to strengthen the comprehension and expression of a student in Sanskrit language.

 

(20) Master of Arts (Social Science) [MA (So. Sc.)]

(1) Applied Economics: Specialized fields are, Analysis & Policy, Computer Application in Business & Economics, Forecasting, and Money & Financial Markets.  Students interested in joining MA (Applied Economics) must apply for PGDBE only.  After completion of PGDBE with CGPA of 5.5 or more, the candidate is admitted to MA third term (Summer) in the Integrated PGDBE-MA (Applied Economics).

(2) Political Science: Specialized fields are International Relations & Politics, Administrative Management & Public Policy.

(3) Psychology - Specialized fields of the course are Clinical and Environmental Psychology.

(4) Sociology: The specialized courses are Sociology of Development, Sociology of Religion, Women Studies, Globalization & Change and Advance Sociological Theories.

 

(21) MSc (Home Science)/MSc (Home Science) with specialization in Human Development

This is a general course with broad-based knowledge of Home Science. MSc(Home Science) with specialization in Human Development is also available.

 

(22) Master of Education (MEd)

This course is a professional programme in the field of teacher education with specialization either in elementary education or in secondary education. It aims at preparing educational administrators and planners, school principals, teacher educators, curriculum developers, educational policy analysts, supervisors and researchers. It seeks to develop specialized knowledge and understanding about the philosophical, sociological and psychological basis of education, curriculum development, measurement and evaluation, teacher education, ICT, and educational administration & planning.  The program also tries to develop knowledge, understanding and skills for educational research.

 

(23) Master of Business Administration (MBA)

The programme has been structured keeping industry’s requirements in view. Case methodology, role plays, group discussions, industry interaction and interactive teaching are used in addition to the traditional teaching system. Keeping in mind future requirements, relevant courses on information technology, projects, industry analysis, etc, in the following categories have been incorporated: Foundation, General Management, Work Term and Specialization. Online courses are offered during the Work Term. The Program envisages both class room instruction and field industrial training so as to provide students an opportunity to learn application of management techniques in real life situations.

 

(24) MCom /MCom with specialization in International Business

The programme has been designed to provide students with advance theoretical and practical knowledge in Commerce and Business. Project work and seminars are the essential part of the programme. Course contents are contributed by all the three streams, i.e., Accountancy & Law, Applied Business Economics and Business Administration. In addition to the general course of MCom, MCom with specialization in International Business is also offered.

 

(25) Master of Science (MSc)

The Institute offers MSc Programmes in Botany, Chemistry, Computer Science, Mathematics, Physics and Zoology, with Specialization in Emerging Areas. The syllabi have contemporary relevance and are continually updated. Dissertations and Seminars are essential parts of all Programmes.

(1) Botany: Besides covering basic Botany, the syllabus provides exposure to modern aspects of ecological management of natural resources. Specialization is available in Plant & Microbial Bio-Technology.

(2) Chemistry: Besides covering basic Chemistry, the course covers several frontier areas, such as, Environmental, Polymer, Photo, Laser and Applied Analytical Chemistry, Instrumental Techniques, Biochemistry and Bio-inorganic Chemistry.

(3) Computer Science: MSc in Computer Science offers the candidates an exposure to all the major areas in Computer Science through core courses with the flexibility for undertaking in-depth study of a chosen area through a flexible system of electives.

(4) Mathematics: (a) MSc Mathematics: The focus of this program is on exposing students to the topics of Mathematics and to train students in the rigour and abstraction required for further research in Mathematics (b) MSc Mathematics with Specialization in Computer Applications: Besides covering core subjects in Mathematics, the program provides a strong specialization in Computer Applications with compulsory subjects, such as, Database Management Systems, Software Engineering, Internet Technologies and Computer Systems Architecture and also through electives.

(5) Physics: Fundamental Physics in the curriculum is supplemented by courses in frontline areas with options, such as, Quantum computing, Quantum Field Theory, Quantum Systmes Modeling, Microwave Techniques, Opto-electronics, Solid State and VLSI Technology, Computer System Architecture, Programming in JAVA and Computer Networks and a number of electives. MSc Physics with Specialization in Electronics and MSc Physics with Specialization in Computer Science are also being offered.

(6) Zoology: The Postgraduate programme is designed to enable a seamless transition from fundamental Zoology to exploitable technology and seeks to provide students with opportunities to develop insight and improve their analytical, communication and professional skills. The Department has its thrust areas in the emerging fields of Molecular Genetics & Biotechnology; Bio-pesticides & Vector Control; Environmental Parasitology; Molecular Evolution & Systematics; Wildlife Biology & Conservation Management.

 

(26) Master of Philosophy (MPhil)

MPhil is a 2 semester term programme intended to develop the foundation required for students to take up research effectively with a broader outlook.

 

(27) Master of Technology (MTech)

MTech programme in Engineering Systems is available in full-time and part-time modes. MTechin Engineering Systems with Specialization in Computer Science is a full-time programme. These programmes lay emphasis on the interdisciplinary nature of several emerging thrust areas in Engineering to meet the requirements of a higher level of skill in planning, analysis, design and operation of Engineering Systems with a strong foundation in computers.

 

(28) Diploma in Ayurveda (Up-Vaid)

Diplomain Ayurveda (Up-Vaid) of two years with additional three month Internship in registered pharmacy is for High school pass out students. The course does not provide the permission for clinical practice but a chance to serve and get employment as Up-Vaid. Students of Up-Vaid course are imparted teaching (Theory and Practical) and training of preparation and dispensing of Ayurvedic medicines. 

MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING WITH OTHER UNIVERSITIES/INSTITUTES AT NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL LEVEL

 The Institute has signed MoUs with following Universities/Institutes:

  • Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi
  • Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur
  • Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore
  • University of Waterloo, Canada
  • University of Maryland, College Park, USA
  • Michigan State University, USA
  • University of Missouri, USA
  • HAN University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands
  • Irwin & Joan Jacobs School of Engineering, Univ.  of California, San Diego, USA
  • OaklandUniversity, Rochester, Michigan, USA
  • Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Mumbai
  • Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai
  • Vocational Training Authority of Sri Lanka, Colombo, Sri Lanka
  • International Centre for Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology, New Delhi
  • Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (CDAC), Pune
  • Mitsubishi Electric India Private Limited, Gurgaon, Haryana                                                         
  • India Yamaha Motor Pvt. Ltd., Noida                                                                                                      
  • Oasis Fabrications, Yamunanagar, Haryana                                                                          
  • Mahatma Gandhi Chitrkoot Gramoudhyog Vishva Vidyalaya, Chitrakoot, Satna, MP        
  • Ministry of Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises, Delhi                                                                    
  • National Dairy Research Instititue, Karnal, Haryana
  • Uttar Pradesh Skill Development Mission (UPSDM), Government of Uttar Pradesh, Lucknow
  • Indian Oil Corporation Limited, Faridabad
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