Technical Education Quality Improvement Programme ( TEQIP)

The institution received Financial assistance to the tune of Rs. 15.02 crores under TEQIP (Technical Education Quality Improvement Programme) through NPIU, MHRD, Govt. of India sponsored by World Bank. The main objective of this scheme is to enhance the quality of Engineering Education imparted to the students, ultimately to achieve academic excellence.

The main objectives of the scheme are:

  • Academic Excellence in Teaching and Research
  • Improved Teaching & Learning Practices
  • Faculty Development
  • Students and Staff Training
  • Community services and out reach activities
  • Tribal Development

Life Time allocation : 150.246 Millions

Equipment Purchased

85.479 Millions

Books and LRs

17.001 Millions

Civil Works

15.000 Millions

Furniture

05.600 Millions

Training/Study Tours/Workshops/ Conferences

16.105 Millions

Networking Activities

1.176 Millions

 

Impact of TEQIP:

  • Introduced Six New PG Programmes (with an intake of 18 students in each).
  • Student-Faculty ratio improved from 1:15 to 1:12 (36 Faculty Members and 28 Academic Consultants were recruited ). 
  • With enhanced quality of teachers the college has received R&D projects from various agencies & industry worth Rs. 60 Millions (Astra Microwave products, Analog devices, AICTE, DST etc).
  • Consultancy activity has geared up to the tune of worth Rs. 25 Millions.
  • IRG earned through consultancy and self-financed programmes enabled the college to sustain TEQIP activities.
  • Pass percentage increased from 86 % to 95%.
  • The placement has increased to 98%.

Faculty Development:

  • 60 Faculty members and 8 supporting staff are sent for training at National and International level with an average duration of 5 days.
  • 541 Research papers presented at National level by 75 faculty members. 
  • 140 papers presented at International Conferences by 48 faculty members.
  • Organized 103 Workshops/Training Programmes /Seminars/Conferences.

Achievements under TEQIP :

  • 8 New Labs Established.
  • 10 Labs Modernized. 
  • 8 Central facilities created.

Established

Digital Library: Established digital library with 30 Pentium systems with 2 MBPS bandwidth connectivity and accessing 257 journals and books in various disciplines on line.

e-Learning Centre :Established Learning Resources Centre (LRC) with Modern Audio/Video and Multimedia facilities to enable the students to learn the subjects through self face learning methodology.

7- e-class rooms : Established Learning Resources Centre (LRC) with Modern Audio/Video and Multimedia facilities to enable the students to learn the subjects through self face learning methodology.


Central Facilities Created :

  • Central Computing Centre (CCC)
  • Campus Wide Networking (CWN)
  • Server Farm
  • CAD Lab
  • CFD Lab
  • Instrumentation Centre
  • Internet Laboratory

Civil Works :

  • Created Technology Development Centre (TDC) with an area of 3000 sq.m
  • Facilities created in TDC :
  1. Central computing centre (CCC)
  2. CAD Lab
  3. CFD Lab
  4. Instrumentation Lab
  5. Placement Cell
  6. Industry Institute Hub
  7. Central E-Class rooms 2
  8. 500 Capacity Auditorium
  9. Incubation Centre

List of Equipments Procured under TEQIP

TEQIP Team :

  • Prof. S. Ramachandram, Project Co-ordinator
  • Dr. M. Kumar, Nodal Officer (Academic)
  • Dr. G. Yesuratnam, Nodal Officer (Procurement)
  • Prof. M. Murali Krishna, Nodal Officer (Civil Works)

Office:

  • Sri. K. Yudhveer Goud, Assistant Registrar
  • Sri. K. R. Vinod Kumar, Accountant
  • Mr. S.G. Mallikarjun, Jr. Programmer

e-mail: teqipuceou@hotmail.com, Fax No: 040-27070895