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Name
of Institute

:

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Guru
Nanak Institute of Technology

Name
of the Head of the Institution

:

Dr.
Sudhir Shelke

Ph.
No. Office

:

07118-661450

Fax

:

0712-2546333

Website

:

www.gninagpur.info

Name
of the IQAC Coordinator

:

Prof.
Reena Thakur

Ph.
No. Office

:

07118-661450

Mobile

:

8329093770

Email

:

[email protected]

 

PART A

 

Plan
of action chalked out by the IQAC in the beginning of the year toward quality
enhancement and the outcome achieved by the end of the year.

 

ACTION PLAN: 2016-17

 

The
Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC), a post-accreditation quality sustenance
measures was established in our college on 22nd June 2016 with the
following members,

 

1.      Principal In-charge                  : Chairman

2.      Prof. Reena Thakur                 : Coordinator

3.      HoD’s of All Dept.                 : Members

 

The
cell has become part and parcel of the institution’s system and it operates
towards reaching the goals of quality enhancement in higher education. To
justify its existence, IQAC is expected to canalize the efforts and measures of
the institution towards academic excellence.

 

 

 

 

The
education plan of the academic year 1016-17 was chalked out by the IQAC based
on the goals and objectives of the Institution.

 

The
area of the focus included,

o  
To encourage the faculty to go for the higher education.

o  
To motivate the staff to publish the research paper &
also help them to attend workshop (TA/DA etc provided from the college).

o  
Faculty need to take a technical & Non-technical session
regularly for the welfare of the students, the same need to follow by the
students, it develops the personality of the students.

o  
To get more UGC grants for the development of UG & PG
Departments.

o  
To get the campus connected with the Wi-Fi network.

o  
To meet twice a year to chalk out programmes and to measure
the quality enhancements achieved.

o  
To have at least one seminar or workshop should be conducted
by the department.

o  
To have lesson plan prepared and to make them a weekly
exercise.

o  
We have a teacher guardian so that Dept. can concentrate on
individual students.

o  
To enhance the placement quantum of the students by
enlisting more and more recruiting firms.

o  
To encourage more IT/Construction firms to have on the spot
training given to our students on the line of MOU signed with them and also
having consultancy with these firms.

 

OUTCOME
ACHIEVED

o  
We have 104 staff member.

o  
Maximum faculty members are post graduated (97)

o  
Seven faculty members are PhD holder.

o  
Based on the syllabus prescribed by University in RTMNU,
three books were published by the staff member.

o  
The main library in our college is partially computerized.

 

1.      Objective Of The Institution

Providing Quality Education By,

o   Giving access to high quality value
based education.

o   Imparting knowledge and skills to
all the learners irrespective of caste, creed, religion or wealth.

o   Developing personality traits.

o   Equipping the staff through needs
based training and ensuring the continual growth in the system by teamwork and
periodical reviews.

o   To encourage the students to
participate in sports activities to further this overall personality
development and also provided the coacher to sharpen their sporting abilities.

Activity
Reflecting goals and objectives,

o   By conducting FDP program by the
outside agency.

o   Conduction of ICS training and soft
skill program for the UG & PG students.

o   Encouraging and permitting the staff
to attend refresher courses, by the way of sanctioning of delegate fee,
registration fees and transportation charges etc.

o   Implementing the teacher guardian
scheme for the students and continuous monitoring.

o   Conducting the remedial program for
the weak students (Extra Classes/ Seminars).

o   Publishing the paper in journals and
conferences& attending the Workshop and present the technical and
non-technical seminar to the students so that students can be exposed to the
latest developments in the concerned subjects.

o   Use of audio visual equipments in
teaching (LCD Projector).

 

2.      Innovation In Curricular Design And
Transaction

o   This college is a non autonomous
institution, following the syllabus prescribed the University of Rashtrasant
Tukadoji Maharaj Nagpur University. Semester system continues with Credit Based
Choice System (CBCS) is implemented.

o   Many faculty members are Academic
Council committee members who take the necessary initiatives to modify the
syllabus according to the present changing scenario and having lot of faculty
are UGC approved, they take part in University Exam Paper Valuation &
Moderation and also prepared the Question paper for it.

 

3.      Examination Reforms Implemented

o   University has its outs standard
pattern of question paper & allotment of marks.

o   College is followed the instruction
in streamlined by the university.

o   Answer script are designed to adopt
OMR.

 

4.      Candidates Qualified for
NET/SLET/GATE

Faculty

 

Students

Sr. No.

Name

EXAM
Passed

 

Sr. No.

Name

EXAM
Passed

1

Raju
Bondre

GATE

 

1

Satyaprakash
Dodani (CE)

GATE-2017

2

Sushant
Gajbhiye

GATE

 

2

Rishabh
Nimje (CSE)

GATE-2017

3

Prafful
Kumbhare

GATE

 

3

Saikat
Mondal (CSE)

GATE-2017

 

 

5.      Qualified PhD in the Institute.

o   Dr. Hemant Warkad                     ME

o   Dr. Sanjeev Shrivastava                CSE

o   Dr. Sudhir Shelke                         ETC

o   Dr. Varsha Gaikwad                     ASH

o   Dr. G.D. Awchat                          CE

o   Dr. hitendra D. Chandewar          CE

o   Dr. Dilip P. Mase                          CE

 

6.      Total Numbers of Seminar &
Workshop Conducted.

Seminars are conducted in UG & PG departments regularly.
Seminars by UG/PG students are regular features inside the classroom. They are
done under the supervision of respective teachers.

A two day workshop was conducted by the Department of
Mechanical Engineering on “Recent Trends in Solar Energy Technology” on 6-7 Jan
2017, chaired by Dr. Shashikant B. Thombre, VNIT, Nagpur.

 

7.      Seminar Conducted

Department
of Civil Engineering

Information
of GATE, IES & PSU

Mr.
Akash Jaiswal

23/01/2017

Building
Information & Beam Design

Mr.
Nand Kumar Mahajan

11/02/2017

Design &
Modeling of Building by using Rivet/AutoCAD

Ms. Yashika Neral

28/02/2017

Construction
Management

Mr. Sameer Alone

28/02/2017

 

8.      Consultancy Have With Various
Agencies

o   Vaishnav Construction Company,
Nagpur

o   Deshkar Construction Pvt. Ltd.,
Nagpur.

o   Disha Dynamic Buildwell Pvt. Ltd.,
Mumbai

o   Decofurn Enterprises, Nagpur.

 

9.      Details Of Research Scholars

Strategic studies are recognized for research

A total number of 05 scholars have registered for M.Tech
from various departments.

 

10.  Research Paper Publish by Faculty
Member

o   Dr. S.N. Shelke    : Digital Image
Processing (2016-vikas Publication House Pvt. Ltd) India

o   Dr. G.D. Awchat             : Design
of Steel structure (2016- Sai-jyoti Publication, India)

o   Dr. K.D. Khope   : Advance Engineering
Mathematics (2016-Himalayan Publishing House)

 

11.  Research Paper Publish by Faculty
Member

International Journal (IJ) / National
Journal (NJ) / International Conference (IC) / National Conf. (NC)

IJ/NJ/IC/NC

Author

Title of the paper

Year

Department of Civil Engineering

IJ

Dr. G.D. Awchat,
Palash Vaidya,
 

Analysis of Fundamental Natural Period of Irregular RCC framed
Structure.

July 2016

Dr. G.D. Awchat,
Palash Vaidya

Review Paper on Fundamental Natural Period of Irregular RCC
framed Structure.

July 2016

Dr. G.D. Awchat,
Jasdeep Singh Rehal
 

Review Paper on Comparative Study of Seismic Analysis of G+15
RCC Building Frames with and without masonry infill walls.

July 2016

Dr. G.D. Awchat,
Jasdeep Singh Rehal

Review Paper on Comparative Study of Seismic Behavior of RCC
Building frames with and without masonry infill walls.

July 2016

Dr. G.D .Awchat
 

“Excavated soil from construction site as a green building
material in Structural Brick Masonary.

Aug. 2016

Dr. G.D. Awchat
 

Underground soil from construction site as a green building
material in Structural Brick Masonary.

Sept. 2016

Prof. S.M. Gajbhiye

Analysis of Soil Stabilization Using Synthetic Fibre.

May 2016

Prof. S.M. Gajbhiye

Study & Analysis of Design of Flexible Pavement by CBR
Method

May 2016

Prof. S.M. Gajbhiye

Study & Analysis of Traffic Volume of NH-21 (A).

May 2016

Prof. S.M. Gajbhiye

Study & Evaluation of Flexible Pavement Failure.

May 2016

NR

Prof.Pawan Barhate

Land acquisition.

April 2017

Department of Computer Science & Engineering

IC

Dr. S. Shrivastava
Mr. N. Chitare

Voice of Interest Adapter (VoIA) Architecture to Improve Voice
in Mobile Communication

April 2016

Mr. A.Kinhekar
Mrs.R . Thakur

A Frame on Adaptive Information System for Mobile user.
 

Department of Electrical Engineering

IR

Prof. Praful P kumbhare

Application of Distributed Static
Series Compensator for Improvement of Power System Stability

Dec. 2017

Prof. A. A. Kosare

Harmonic Elimination Methods by
using Static VAR Compensator.

May 2017

Prof. A.A. Kosare

Automatic Close Loop Speed
Control of DC Motor by using IGBT.

Nov.2017

 

 

 

 

Department of
Electronics & Telecommunication

IC

Dr.Sudhir
Shelke

Quality Up-gradation
in Engineering Science and
Technology

2016

Prof.Rajiv
Verma

STTP on “Wireless Monitoring
system for biomedical applications

2016

Prof.Neha
Chourasia

Review paper on industrial data
logging system usign Raspberry pi

Jan 2017

Prof.Neha
Courasia

Automated Medication Kit

Jan 2017

Prof.Neha
Chourasia

Automated Medication Kit

March 2017

Prof.Neha
Chourasia

Industrial data logging system
usign Raspberry pi

March 2017

 

 

 

 

Department
of Applied Science & Humanities

IJ

Dr. Roshani Halmare

Non edible vegetable oils as an alternative
lubricant in automotive sector

2017

Prof. Archana
Deshpande

“Photo and thermoluminescence in K2Mg(SO4)2: Dy
phosphor and evaluation
Of trapping parameters”,

2016

Prof. Archana
Deshpande

“Photoluminescence and thermoluminescence of
K2Mg(SO4)2:Eu and evaluation of its kinetic parameters”

2016

Department of Mechanical Engineering

IJ

Prof. N. Wadsakar

Experimental Investigation of Photovoltaic panel Cooling
System Assisted with Artificial Roughness

Sept. 2017

Prof. N. Wadsakar

Experimental Investigation of photovoltaic Panel
cooling Using passive Inserts.

Dec. 2017

Prof. N. Wadsakar

Experimental Investigation To enhance the Heat
transfer using dimpled (Cashew and Capsule) surface.

Sept. 2017

Prof. N. Wadsakar

Experimental Analysis to Optimism The Co-efficient
of performance and heat transfer 
Co-efficient on Stirling cycle refrigeration system.

Oct. 2017

Prof. Satish S Markad

Experimental Investigation of photovoltaic Panel
cooling Using passive Inserts.

15 September
2017

Prof. Avinash R
Mankar

Experimental Investigation To enhance the Heat
transfer using dimpled (Cashew and Capsule) surface.

Sept. 2017

Prof. Ishan Lade

A Review on customer relationship management

Dec. 2017

Prof. Ishan Lade

Utilization of solar energy for drying paddy in par
boiled rice milk by using flat plate solar air heater.

January 2017

Prof. Satish S Markad

A Review Experimental Investigation of photo voltaic
Panel cooling Using passive Inserts.

May 2017

Prof. Avinash R
Mankar

A Review Experimental Investigation To enhance the
Heat transfer using dimpled (Cashew and Capsule) surface.

May 2017

V.P.Sakhare

Design and Development of Coconut De-husking Machine

 July  2017

Ziaul Huda

Strength analysis of Humeral intra-medullary nailing
using Finite Element Analysis-Result

4 June 2016

Himanshu Dadwani

Vehicle Tracking and Anti Theft System using IOT

Aug.2017

Ishan P. Lade

Estimation on average waiting time by using simulation
and queuing analysis in Radiotherapy Section

March 2016

Ishan P. Lade

Estimation on average waiting time by using simulation
and queuing analysis in Radiotherapy Section

2016

IC

V. P. Sakhare

Estimation of average waiting
time by using simulation & queuing analysis in radiotherapy section

2016

V. P. Sakhare

Reduction of waiting
time by using Simulation and Queuing Analysis

2016

Himanshu Dadwani

Vehicle Tracking and
Anti Theft System using IOT

2017

 

 

12.  Resources Generated in 2016-17

o   Internal resources are generated
through self financing courses and consultancy.

o   Alumni contribute liberally towards
creating an Endowment in various Dept.

o   Providing rooms for the conduct of
Government and Private organization.

 

13.  Resources Generated in 2016-17

The community service is done by the volunteers of NSS and
Rotaractors (RRC ) members,

o   Regular programmes by above students
support service organization to organize blood donation camp, Yoga Day &
Social activity (Helping Hands).

o   Inter college cultural fest.

o   Leadership training program seminar
/ workshop

o   Cancer awareness program

o   Eye checkup camp

o   Collection of old books handed over
to minority students.

 

14.  Resources Generated in 2016-17

o   Internet facility made available for
staff and students use

o   Open access to books for the
students.

o   Photocopying facilities available.

 

15.  Books Purchased

Period

No. of Books Purchased

Total No. of Books available in
Library

2016-17

254

19252

 

16.  Computer and Internet Accesses and Training
to Teachers to Students

o   Computing skills were imparted to
all the students as a part of curriculum.

 

17.  Activities and Support from the
Alumini Association

The GNI campus alumni association was formed with a motive
to foster and perpetuate friendship and cooperation among the alumni through function
and meeting of the association to make constructive contribution to the overall
development of the institute and the students of the GNI.

 

PART C

Detailed plan of the Institution for the next year

o   To take stringent action and
measures to crub the menace of ragging inside the campus.

o   Focus on strengthen traditional
departments.

o   Focus on research and other
collaborative programs

o   To work for university reorganization
for all the UG/PG departments as a research center.

o   Staff with doctoral degrees to apply
for research guide ship to encourage research activity.

o   To train all the students on soft
skills so as make them employable.

o   To provide modern toilet facilities.

o   To improve the academic and
linguistic proficiency of the students by arranging special coaching classes
for SC/ST and minority community students.