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Strengths

  • Interdisciplinary approach of Education: Through courses offered by the departments of Physics & Computer Science, Mathematics, Bio-Sciences, Humanities and Management.

  • Infrastructure: Includes state-of-the-art equipment in all the laboratories and workshops, computing facilities, library and book -bank .

  • Multiuse of Facilities: Through  inter-faculty resource sharing.

  • Semester-Cum-Continuous Evaluation System: To radically improve the learning process, promote regular evaluation and preparedness for examinations.

  • Proctorial System: To ensure closer contact between students and teachers and to redress students' concerns through an existing Proctorial Board.

  • Discipline: To cultivate genial manners and inculcate the habits of regularity and punctuality.

  • Industry  Institute Partnership Cell: To forge meaningful bonds  with industry through  multilevel interaction for mutual benefit.

  • DEI Alumni Placement Assistance Cell (DEIAPAC): A strong Alumni network to improve  the level and quality of placements of the students.

  • Faculty Training & Placement Cell: For facilitating training and   industry-wide recruitment of students.

  • Contact Hours (40 hours per week): For enhanced student-teacher interaction resulting in increased personalized attention.

  • Use of Modern  Teaching Practices: Through state-of-of-the-art instructional/teaching aides including LCD projectors, multimedia equipment and teaching material.

  • Updating Teaching Faculty Knowledge: summer training courses, orientation and refresher programmes, national and international seminars/conferences,consultation with domain-knowledge experts, visitsto premierresearch laboratories and   internet resources.

  • Affordable Quality Education: To impart high quality education at nominal expense (tuition fees, one of the lowest in the country).

Novel Features

  • Value Oriented Education System: To evolve a "complete man" with well-rounded  personality.

  • Design Oriented Teaching: To emphasize design methodology and practical design process by including several project courses.

  • Exposure to Practical Field: Curriculum includes Practical Training, Industrial visits, Work Experience Courses, and Major projects.

  • Unique Engineering Curriculum: Includes the following compulsory  core courses in addition to main-stream courses:

    • Work Experience Courses: To impart practical training to develop skills and generate a spirit of self-reliance.

    • Social Service: To engender a spirit of brotherhood of man and to facilitate the establishment of a casteless society (the students need to compulsorily attend a ten-day special outdoor NSS camp).

    • Co-curricular Activities: Cultural & Literary activities, Games, and Sports for an all-round development of personality.

    • Agricultural Operations: To promote dignity of labour, engender a pride for soiled hands, and kindle a concern for the environment.

    • Inter-faculty Half-Courses: To further the cause of integrated education and to complement and support the major subjects.

    • Comparative Study of Religion: To  ingrain religious tolerance, humanism and secularism in a world of discord, fear and suspicion.

    • Scientific Methodology, General Knowledge & Current Affairs: To nurture a scientific temper and get acquainted with contemporary developments.

    • Agricultural Engineering: To acquaint students with  contemporary agricultural tools and techniques keeping in view the country's primary agrarian moorings.

  • Continuous Syllabus Up-gradation: Through annual Board(s) of Studies/Academic Council meetings to update the curriculum in line with emerging technologies.

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