Initiatives of IQAC


S.No. Name of Quality Initiative by QAC
1 Inauguration of Innovation cell
2 Establishment of Industry Institute Interaction Cell
3 An initiative towards Renewable Energy-Installation of “Solar Power Plant”
4 Establishment of Quality Management System in the institute Through “ISO 9001:2015 certification”
1 Implementation of Academic Audit
2 Implementation of interactive teaching Learning Infrastructure-SMART CLASS ROOM
1 Quality Initiative in promoting Academic excellence through Meritorious Awards and Rewards
2 Implementation of Administrative Audit
1 Skill Enhancement program for III & IV -Year B.Tech students in Association with MYAKS Lab
2 Technical Training program for III & IV -Year B.Tech students in Association with TASK


S.No. Name of Quality Initiative  Program by QAC
1 Training program on MS Office Tools for administrative staff
2 Entrepreneurship Awareness Program in Association with DST NIMART-2018
3 Seminar on “Lecturer talk” on the event of Engineers Day
4 Awareness program on “industrial training and industrial vist” for students
5 Training on “ISO Internal quality “for senior Faculty
6 Awareness program on Soft Skill for the final year students
7 Awareness program on Entrepreneurship and development to III & IV B.Tech students in collaboration with MSME(Govt. of India)
8 Awareness program on “Quality Education” to the faculty through ICT academy
9 Seminar on “copy right filling and patent filling” to faculty
10 Conduction of “Mock Interview Sessions” by soft skill trainers to enhance students internal skills
11 Exhibiting student innovation talents by “Project Expo”
12 One Day Workshop on Research Methodology
13 Faculty development program on Behavioral Skills to Enhance Self Efficacy
14 Awareness program on Smart India Hackathon 2018
15 Organized One-day workshop on “Website Development” using WordPress
1 Training session on “Google apps for education ” for technical staff
2 A seminar on “innovation and creativity on Teaching -Learning Process” for faculty
3 A seminar on” code of Ethics in research”
4 Training session on “writing a Research paper and Project report”
5 Conduction of “Mock Interview Sessions” by soft skill trainers to enhance students internal skills
6 Awareness program on perspectives of “Industry Institute Interaction(IIIC)”
7 Awareness program on Entrepreneurship and development
8 A session on Career Counseling for final year B.Tech students
9 Training session on “Art and Practices of leadership Development”
10 Workshop on “Research data management tools and techniques”
11 A session on Safety training for technical staff
12 Intensified training program for research
13 Training on “ISO Internal quality “for senior Faculty
14 FDP on Innovative Teaching Methodologies
15 Awareness Program on ECAP modules usage for faculty
16 Session on Higher studies Aptitude training for B.Tech students
1 Awareness program on Entrepreneurship and Development to B.Tech students
2 Awareness Program on Communication skills and life long learning to the students
3 A seminar on Recent Trends and Employability to the students
4 A Workshop on Carrier Guidance and Team Management for Final Year Students
5 A Seminar on Leaders Talk for success to the final year students
6 A Session on Carrier Guidance to final year students
7 Orientation session on academic record book and mentoring system for faculty
1 Seminar on Role and Responsibilities of Professional teacher
2 A Session on significance of Research Methodology
1 One week program on pre-placement training to III-Year B.Tech students
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Associate Professor

M.Tech (CSE), (Phd)

14 Years of Teaching experience

Area of interest: Data Mining, Machine learning, Image processing

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