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Achieving Excellence in Engineering Education Prof.C.S.Jha Jaypee Institute of Information Technology University 29 December 2007 Workshop JIITU 29th December 2007

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An Engineering Program is thought to be of superb (amazing) if the understudies moving on from the Program are invested with right learning, aptitudes, and capacities to empower them to lead their expert life in differing fields with certainty, to acquire development and inventiveness their work and to show administration qualities in their calling. Workshop JIITU 29th December 2007

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Main Contributors to Quality O. Information Student accomplishment level A. Personnel capability B. Instructive offices C. Showing learning forms D. Quality certification instruments E. Learning vibe F. Participative and strong administration Workshop JIITU 29th December 2007

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O.Input Student Achievement Level Supply chain progression and affirmation criteria. Notoriety of the Institution either showed or potential. Market request in the system range. Promoting of the Courses. Positive Feedback Mechanism comes in operation :Bright Students lead to great graduate yield which thusly draws in far and away superior quality info prompting shockingly better yield et cetera. Workshop JIITU 29th December 2007

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A. Personnel Competence Qualified and Committed Faculty in sufficient number Mechanism for meeting preparing and proficient advancement needs Guidance for more successful educating/learning Participation in basic leadership Assistance in examination venture plan and research needs Support for Peer Interaction Active consolation to Consultancy Workshop JIITU 29th December 2007

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B. Instructive Facilities Adequacy of Equipment and settlement for labs (both educating and research),workshops, classrooms, examination rooms, venture labs Books ,learning assets in library Campus wide electronic system no sweat of access to offices Keeping offices in working request Workshop JIITU 29th December 2007

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C. Showing/Learning Processes Determining Engineering Graduate Output standard Developing Institutional USP/Educational Objectives/Outcomes/& Philosophy Curricula improvement and execution Interactive Classroom Learning/finding lab work and preparing in information understanding and logical report composing Workshop JIITU 29th December 2007

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C. Showing/Learning Processes Contd. Testing assignments Problem based learning, contextual analyses, agreeable learning Self-learning systems Developing Teamwork and acknowledging culturally diverse differences and cross-disciplinary movement Participating in examination and learning research techniques Stretching every person to greatest potential Workshop JIITU 29th December 2007

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C. Showing/Learning Processes Contd. Creating correspondences aptitudes Promoting Problem distinguishing proof and arrangement abilities Ensuring Appreciation of Quality Standards and Safety in designing work on Developing entrepreneurial aptitudes Training in Environmental Impact Analysis Workshop JIITU 29th December 2007

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D. Quality Assurance Mechanisms Evaluation of Student Performance-symptomatic, developmental, and summative Evaluation of Teacher Performance-understudy and companion appraisal Evaluation of managerial methodology and reaction time to emergency administration Workshop JIITU 29th December 2007

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D. Quality Assurance Mechanisms Contd. Assessment of Course/Program Evaluation of Curricula at continuous interims External Evaluation of Teaching/learning Effectiveness: Peer, Industry, Employers Tracer Study Workshop JIITU 29th December 2007

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E. Learning Ambience Strict Academic control. Straightforward entry to learning assets and research centers after typical working hours. Broad and successive utilization of learning assets by understudies and personnel. Support to cooperation in outline rivalries, paper perusing challenges and so forth. Workshop JIITU 29th December 2007

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E. Learning Ambience Contd. Ceaseless scholarly exercises and projects outside educational program Open scholastic level headed discussions and experimentation with scholarly advancements Organization of condition of –art addresses, national and global gatherings on subjects of current designing interest Workshop JIITU 29th December 2007

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F. Participative and Supportive Governance Adequate asset preparation Consultative asset assignment and interest in real strategy choices Quick reaction struggle determination framework Appreciation and prize for top notch work Motivation and desire for brilliance Fair and straightforward affirmation, choice and advancement approaches Workshop JIITU 29th December 2007

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An Important Lesson deserving of our consideration While monetary inputs are fundamental for giving the right scholastic foundation and offices, supporting workforce improvement components, and compensating high caliber and exemplary activities by understudies, personnel and staff, the vast majority of the parameters for accomplishing fabulousness require duty, diligent work , ability to gain from others, and element administration. Workshop JIITU 29th December 2007

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Some International Examples Computer Science and Engineering Education at MIT and CMU Workshop JIITU 29th December 2007

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MIT-Undergraduate Educational Objectives Students will build up the capacity to apply the essential numerical instruments, fundamental science, and crucial learning of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. Understudies will build up an expert comprehension of electrical designing and software engineering so they are set up for prompt job. Understudies will be given instructive establishment that sets them up for assorted vocation ways. Understudies will build up a comprehension of the significance of the social, business,technical and human setting in which a procedure or item being planned will work (MIT ). Workshop JIITU 29th December 2007

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Outcomes For MIT-EECS Program Foundations : comprehension of the essentials of science and building, and the capacity to apply them Breadth : recognition with different imperative specialized zones, including crucial components of both EE and CS Depth : capacity to apply top to bottom information of one or more specializations inside electrical building for the VI-1 program, inside software engineering for the VI-3 program, and inside both territories for the VI-2 program  Leadership : valuation for the bigger connection of EE and CS outline and improvement challenges Workshop JIITU 29th December 2007

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Outcomes Continued Design : capacity to take an interest in inventive, manufactured, integrative exercises of EE or CS plan Curiosity : craving and capacity to continue learning all through life Communication aptitudes : capacity to express thoughts powerfully in composed and oral structure Social abilities : capacity to work with others in expert and social settings Global perspective : energy about differences on the planet and in scholarly regions Professional morals : capacity to perceive and welcome the significance of moral benchmarks in expert work Workshop JIITU 29th December 2007

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Course Structure for CSE at MIT General Institutional Requirements: Science :6 :Chemistry-1,Biology-1, Physics-2, Mathematics.- 2 Hum&So.Sc(HASS) : 8 Restricted Electives in S&T(REST): 2* Institute Laboratory-1* Communications-2 * Can be met through departmental prerequisites Workshop JIITU 29th December 2007

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Course Structure at MIT-Contd. Departmental Requirements: Introductory : 2 courses.(meet additionally establish lab necessity) REST ; 2 Mathematics courses(meet likewise institutional prerequisite) Foundation : 3 courses Headers : 3 courses Advanced Undergraduate Subjects : 2 courses Project : 1 Unrestricted Electives: 4 Courses Workshop JIITU 29th December 2007

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New MIT Program in CSE Workshop JIITU 29th December 2007

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CMU-Electrical &Computer Engineering :Educational Objectives We have capsulated the goals of our system along the three tomahawks depicted beneath: What they know . Our graduates will take care of issues taking into account: Fundamentals. Information of ECE basics; Breadth. Understanding the expansiveness of territories in ECE, and; Depth. Substantive summon of some particular area(s) of ECE . Workshop JIITU 29th December 2007

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Educational Objectives Contd . How they think. Innovatively. Our graduates will create innovative answers for issues in present and developing applications. Comprehensively. Our graduates will characterize issues and figure arrangements from a frameworks point of view. Deliberately. Our graduates will envision and plan for change and development, and take part in deep rooted learning. Workshop JIITU 29th December 2007

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Educational Objectives Contd . What they do. Start. Our graduates will emerge for their genius, resourcefulness, and capacity to discover inventive answers for issues. Work together. Our graduates will work effectively in multidisciplinary groups. Lead. Our graduates will add to supported change and advancement in their associations, their calling, and society. Workshop JIITU 29th December 2007

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CMU-Departmental Philosophy Fundamentals :To instruct our understudies the basics of science, arithmetic, software engineering, building, and insights and to create in our understudies the capacity to detail and dissect issues and orchestrate very much outlined arrangements taking into account this learning and their instinct Depth and Breadth : To furnish our understudies with broadness and profundity in dissimilar territories of electrical and PC designing and the capacity to apply information from these ranges to critical thinking and framework building. Workshop

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