Frequently Asked Questions

Academic audit is performed by the Academic and Administrative Audit Committee as well as the Boards of Studies / Faculty  Board  / Academic Council where members from premier Institutions as well as industry are included. All the records are shared through emails to save paper and, thereby, the carbon footprint on the environment.
Efforts are made to save the environment and disseminate the information in paperless mode as far as possible. The information is made available on the department websites. It is also sent to all the students and staff through email.
DEI fraternity is a close-knit society and there are multiple avenues for interaction and feedback that help in identifying the gaps and their redressal. Feedback is obtained through direct Proctor / Faculty intervention, Boards of Studies, Class committee meetings, Academic and Administrative Audit Committee visits, Compliant box and emails through on-line grievance registering mechanism, Feedback given by external examiners and ACE meetings. Apart from this, an expert committee consisting of Prof. Karmeshu (Shiv Nadar Univ), Prof. Huzur Saran (IITD) and Prof. P.K.Kalra (IITD) regularly reviews the process. The BoG of the Faculty also monitors the procedures laid down.
The budget allocation is done according to the requirements of each department annually on the basis of the demand raised by the departments/Faculty. Latest version of General Financial Rules of the Government are adopted and adhered to strictly. There is transparency in budget allocation and proper delegation of administrative and financial powers are defined in the MoA of the Institute. Audited financial statements are made available on the institute website.
Yes. The program outcomes, programme specific outcomes and all the course outcomes are well disseminated among all stakeholders and updated at regular intervals. Well laid rubrics are in place for CO-PO-PSO attainments.A continuous improvement process has been put in place by setting targets for each PO and PSO and taking remedial measures if the targets are not met. These are monitored on continuous basis.
All the Course outcomes and Program Outcomes are available on the website and the students have also been explained all these in quite some detail. An induction programme is organised every year for the freshers where all these aspects are discussed in detail.
 Yes. The courses are designed to judge the students’ attainment level for each course outcome. Therefore, there is a direct correlation between the content of the courses, the Question papers and the designated COs. Cos are in turn correlated to POs.
Considerable efforts are made by the Institute for Entrepreneurship Development. Many of our Alumni have become Entrepreneurs either directly after leaving the Institute or, more commonly, after serving a few years in the industry. An indicative list of such entrepreneurs is placed on the website. The Industry Institute Partnership Cell initially funded by AICTE is still active and organizes several courses and industry interaction regularly.  Several self help groups and ATMA, ADyNAM, AAMKARKHANA and DEI JUGAD are available for the students across the institute for entrepreneurial activities.
The DEI has a continuous evaluation system and the weak students are identified during this process. Remedial coaching is then made available for them by the staff. Academically bright students are provided with various opportunities to present papers and participate in National Competitions. Those students who wish to make some hardware item are provided sufficient lab support and funding for the same. Students are typically provided funding for such endeavours. Funding as a special Undergraduate Research Award is also made available to bright students who have some good project proposal. Special lab slots to repeat the experiments and tutorial classes are being organized for weak students. Bright students were also funded through MITAC scheme of TEQIP for internship and higher studies at Canada. A few student who got pre-placement offers during their internship are permitted to join the industry while completing their final year through online courses.
Training, Internship and Skill development programmes are compulsory part of the curriculum. After training they are evaluated jointly by the industry and the institute. Even sustenance allowance during training is provided either by the industry or the institute to every student. Apart from this an Alumni Placement Assistance Cell is in place for training & placement and also organizes Job fairs at various location across the country.
The Institute has signed MoUs with huge number of Indian and International agencies and has ensured that these MoUs are fully functional.  An exhaustive list of collaborations with the industry, Institute (Indian & Foreign) and the details of foreign visits by the staff is available on the website. The soft training is being provided to the students and has already signed an agreement with outside agencies for Employability skill training & GATE coaching. The details are uploaded on website. An Institute industry, partnership cell is in place along with several MOU’s with the industry to meet the above requirement.
This is the strength of the institute wherein our students are mostly pursuing projects related to real life and industry problems. The students are getting PPOs for the excellent work done during their internship.  Several projects done by the students for solving societal problems includes development of RFID facility for Dairy, vehicle tracking system and assistance during Medical Camps.
The Institute has already implemented PBAS system as per UGC norms and the proof was shown. All promotions under CAS are done on the basis of recommendations of IQAC.
Yes, the faculty is encouraged to do R & D activity and are awarded promotions and financial support for their research activities. The funding from government agencies for R & D work are an example for the same. The details of schemes are available at
Yes, the institute has an innovative scheme and most of the students are satisfied with the introduction of a project course at this level. It is a Product Manufacturing Project based on workshop skills acquired at the first-year level and is not an R & D project. The institute has a very strong focus on skilling in line with various government schemes.
Sharing of evaluation scheme is necessary when there are multiple paper checkers for the same course and one wishes to ensure consistency in the level of evaluation. The examiner evaluates only one course and does so on the basis of instructions provided for the same and so there is no necessity to share the evaluation scheme.
Answer sheets are not shown as a policy unless there are compelling reasons to do the same. However, it is always ensured that no student ever suffers due to this policy.
The institute already had various Lab on Land concept and in fact in all the labs at all level in the Institute the engineering is integrated. All the students are exposed to all such living laboratories. All labs are available for their research and project work on a time-sharing basis and need basis.
As per AICTE all facilities across the Institute can be shared and utilized by the students. Several computers are available in the Faculty and at multiple locations are being used by the students. It is meaningless to insist on duplicating resources at the Department level when the same are already available as a shared resource at the Faculty level. The Institute follows a philosophy of doing more with less and does not believe in wasting the taxpayer’s money. It is these values that Institute is trying to inculcate in the graduates as well.
Adequate e-classrooms are available in the Institute and classes with a large strength can be conducted easily. Facilities for tutorial classes and language labs are also available for students. Staff members are using innovative teaching aids to make their lecture delivery more interesting and understandable. The quality of teaching is reflected in the performance of the students in the University exams and GATE. 
Although some of the equipment in the lab are old but they are functional and give a good insight to the students about the basics of the subjects. New and state of the art equipment are available with the department and exhaustive list is available on the website.
The President, Vice President and Secretary of Systems Society of India are members of the department. Various activities are organised through out the year by this society. Most of the staff members are members of various professional societies. All students are members of Institutions of Engineers India and several activities are organised by this society. The IEI society felicitates one Alumni each year on Engineer’s Day which is organised by the students.
Co-curricular activities are an integral part of the curriculum and every student compulsorily participates in these activities once a week. Regular competitions are held at Faculty, Inter-Faculty and Inter-University levels and students are given prizes for performance. The courses CAC 281, CAC 481, CAC 681 and CAC 881 are dedicated to these activities.
This mapping is done on a continuous basis. The COs are formulated based on the current curriculum and the perceived benefits of a particular course. These are improved along with the course structure or independently based on the feedback obtained in each year from the various stakeholders. Thus, it is ensured that the course structure as well as the mappings of COs and POs truly reflect the needs of the time.
In order to ensure that complete advantage of the Outcome Based Education (OBE) system is realized , it is important that the Question papers and Curriculum also reflect the Course outcomes distinctly. Several workshops have been organized in DEI for enabling the Faculty members to imbibe the concepts of OBE and follow the said approach for the evaluation carried out by them in their course. The efforts are beginning to bear fruit and the faculty members have started to design their evaluation components with due consideration of the COs.
The placements of DEI students is good. Many students get even two or more jobs before they graduate.  Several students opt for higher education every year. Those who are genuinely interested in higher studies spend some time in preparing for the  pre-requisite exams and are then able to secure admission to premier Institutes in the country and abroad.
DEI has in place a permanent Academic and Administrative Audit Committee whose members are senior personnel from premier academic institutes (IITs, Central Universities, etc.), financial organizations, and Industry in addition to senior faculty of DEI itself.  The Committee visits every faculty and department of DEI once in each semester.  Some members visit DEI more often and interact with various faculties and staff in an effort to streamline changes being implemented.
DEI has a very comfortable Student – Faculty – Ratio and there are adequate subject experts for all courses typically sought after by the students. There are adequate number of faculty at all levels i.e. Professors, Associate Professors and Assistant Professors.
 DEI has well-equipped and modern labs that enable students to practise and acquire competence in handling the latest technologies. Some of these are 5G lab, 3D Printing Lab, Microcontrollers lab, AI lab, Robotics Lab Thus, the graduates are well versed with handling latest equipment. A detailed list of equipment is available on the website.
 DEI has a variety of labs in all domains and these are accessible to students for their project work.
DEI has an MoU with M/s Yamaha and they have established lab in DEI to train the students using their platforms. Another lab on AI is in pipeline with M/s Essar Steels, Surat as the sponsor.








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