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Evaluator’s

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Self Assessment Report (SAR)

for NBA Accreditation of Undergraduate

Engineering Programme

In

Electrical Engineering






Sant Dnyaneshwar Shikshan Sanstha’s

Annasaheb Dange College of Engineering and Technology,

Ashta, Tal – Walwa, Dist – Sangli 416301

Maharashtra, India


National Board of Accreditation

New Delhi, India

November 2009

FOREWORD
National Board of Accreditation (NBA) was established in September 1994. The NBA is entrusted with the task of evolving a procedure for quality assessment in the technical education sector, and specifically to
Articulate the criteria for assessment of quality;
Identify parameters to quantitatively assess these criteria and assign appropriate programme- specific weights;

Validate the procedure by well - designed test runs;


• Establish appropriate benchmarks.

The unprecedented expansion of the technical education sector in India in recent years has brought in its wake questions about the quality of education imparted, the competence of the graduates and their relevance to the current technical manpower needs of our country. The concurrent ISO standardization movement in the industrial scene has highlighted the need for accrediting programmes, especially in terms of their role as the main suppliers of technically qualified human resource.

It is heartening to note in this context that the NBA is now bringing out second edition of Manual for Accreditation of for Engineering (UG) programmes in India. It consists of four Sections, viz,
Accreditation Policy and Procedure
• Evaluation guidelines
• Evaluation Report
• Self Assessment Report

It is hoped that this manual will provide the students, parents, employers and the society at large, comprehensive information on all aspects of the Quality Assurance provided by the NBA to assist them in making a judicious choice among competing educational programmes.
This manual is the culmination of sustained efforts and mutually supporting interaction amongst several individuals, organizations and agencies. This manual addresses the equivalence of evaluation and accreditation processes for engineering education programs to international standards so as to ensure opportunities for global mobility of engineering graduates.

We would be failing in our duty if we do not place on record our gratitude and appreciation for the help we have received from the following people.



  • The Members of the Board of the NBA and the NBA Engineering Committee for their ready and willing cooperation and the officials of NBA for their dedicated efforts.

  • Committee comprising Prof. S.C. Sahasrabudhe Director, DAACT, Gandhi-nagar, Prof. M. U. Deshpande Former Professor, IIT – Bombay, Prof. Gopal Ranjan, Former VC, IIT, Roorkee, Prof Gautam Biswas IIT, Kanpur, Prof S Sen Gupta IIT Kharagpur, Prof. V.P. Kodali, Ex Director of E&I, DRDO, Shri Ravi Kumar, presently Principal Secretary (Technical Education), Govt. of Rajasthan for their valuable contribution in drafting the initial accreditation manual.

  • Prof. Ashok Saxena University of Arknas, USA and Prof K. Vedula University of Manchester, USA for their valuable guidance.



  • Committee comprising Prof S K Khanna Former Chairman AICTE, Prof K L Chopra, Former Director IIT Kharagpur, Prof S Sen Gupta, IIT Kharagpur, Prof J P Gupta, VC Jaypee University, Noida, Prof Rajeev Kumar, IIT Kharagpur for their contribution in refining, revising and presenting the final version of the accreditation manual.



We welcome suggestions from all the stakeholders in Engineering Education in order to bring further improvement in the effort of NBA to provide a transparent and credible System of accreditation of engineering programs in India.

Prof. P.N. Srivastava

Chairman, NBA



Organization of the SAR:
The Self Assessment Report should be submitted using the format which is organized in the following four parts:

Part I: Institutional Summary for Criteria I and II.

Part II: Department/Programme Summary for Criteria III to VIII.


Part III: Curriculum and syllabus for the degree programme along with the identified Programme Evaluation Objectives (PEOs).

Part IV: List of Documents to be made available during the accreditation visit.

Abbreviations:


CAY: Current Academic Year e.g., 2009-10

CAYm1: Current Academic Year minus one e.g., 2008-09

CAYm2: Current Academic Year minus two e.g., 2007-08

LYG: Latest Year of Graduation e.g., 2008-09

LYG m1: Latest Year of Graduation minus one e.g., 2007-08
CFY: Current Financial Year

CFYm1: Current Financial Year minus one


Notes:


  1. It would be greatly appreciated if precise and specific details, as requested in this format, are provided in tabular form and/or using bullets as far as possible. No detailed description should be included anywhere; do not include any detail/information which is not asked for. In case, you wish to add any data/information which is not asked for, kindly add in annexure.

  2. Unless otherwise specified, do not include any data beyond three years.

  3. If not specified otherwise, the information requested is meant to be the “Average” over sufficient samples, as applicable.

  4. Kindly select/use the appropriate word/phases, e.g., College/Institute/University and Principal/Director/Vice-Chancellor whichever as applicable



CAY: 2009-2010 LYG: 2008-2009 CFY: 2009-2010
Declaration

This Self Assessment Report (SAR) is prepared for Current Academic Year (2009-2010) and Current Financial Year (2009-2010) on behalf of us by the team headed by the Principal/Director/Vice Chancellor of the Institution. I certify that the information provided in this SAR is extracted from the records and to the best of our knowledge, is correct and complete.


I understand that any false statement/information of consequence may lead to the rejection of the application for accreditation for a period of two or more years. I also understand that the National Board of Accreditation (NBA) or its subcommittee will have the right to decide on the basis of the submitted SAR whether the Institution should be considered for an accreditation visit.
If the information of consequence was found to be wrong during the visit or subsequent to grant of accreditation, NBA has right to withdraw the accreditation granted, if any, and no accreditation will be allowed for a period of two years or more.


Place: Ashta Hon. Shri Ramchandra Mahadev alias Annasaheb Dange

Date: 25.11.2009 Chairman, Governing Council,

Annasaheb Dange College of Engineering and Technology, Ashta

Seal of the Institute



PART I

INSTITUTIONAL SUMMARY

(Criteria I and II)



I.0.1. College/ Institution/University Name and Address:

Sant Dnyaneshwar Shikshan Sanstha’s

Annasaheb Dange College of Engineering & Technology, Ashta

Near Old Air Port, A/P - Ashta, Tal- Walwa, Dist- Sangli 416301

Maharashtra, India

Ph: 02342-241107, 241115, 241117. Fax: 02342-241106


I.0.2. Name, designation, telephone numbers and e-mail id of the contact person for NBA:

  1. Prof. Rafiq Abu Kanai

Executive Director

Tel: 02342-241107 Mobile: 9604000786

Email – profrak@rediffmail.com


  1. Dr. Sanjay Pandurang Patil

Principal

Tel: 02342-241115 Mobile: 9503763370

Email – sanj22ony@yahoo.co.in
I.0.3. History of the College / Institution (including dates of introduction and no. of seats of

various programmes of study along with NBA accreditation, if any), in tabular form:

With a view to make available enormous opportunities for the rural masses in higher and technical education, Honorable Shri Annasaheb Dange, a social reformer in true sense, vowed to establish an ambitious project of an engineering college at this interior, but a well connected place Ashta. Annasaheb Dange College of Engineering and Technology (ADCET), Ashta has been established in the year 1999 by Sant Dnyaneshwar Shikshan Sanstha. The institute is affiliated to Shivaji University, Kolhapur. The details of the programmes offered by the institute are depicted in Table below.





Year

Description



1999

College/Inst. Started with the following programmes (Intake strength)

  1. Mechanical Engineering Intake – 60

  2. Electronics and Telecommunication Intake – 60

  3. Information Technology Intake – 60

2001

Addition of new programme

  1. Computer Science and Engineering Intake – 60

2004

Addition of new programme

  1. Electrical Engineering Intake – 60




NBA-AICTE Accreditation visits and accreditation granted, if any:

Applying for first time



The institute started with initial 3 UG programmes namely Mechanical Engineering, Electronics and Telecommunication and Information Technology. Computer Science and Engineering was added in the year 2001 and Electrical Engineering in year 2004. Presently, the institute offers five UG programmes with a total sanctioned intake of 300 as shown in Table below.



S. N.

Programme Name

Sanctioned Intake

Date of Introduction

1

Mechanical Engineering

60

12.07.1999

2

Electronics and Telecommunication

60

12.07.1999

3

Information Technology

60

12.07.1999

4

Computer Science and Engineering

60

26.11.2000

5

Electrical Engineering

60

30.06.2004




Total

300



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