Our Best Practices






























Best Practice I

Title of the practice

Teacher- Guardian Scheme

Objectives of the practice

It has been observed that many times students just come and go to college and if at any point they encounter any problem related to their personal issues, academic activities or career progression, they are in a dilemma as to whom to contact for possible solutions. Due to these reasons, this above scheme has been formed. The main purpose of setting up this scheme is to maintain a close connect between students and their faculties.

The Practice

Institute follows a systematic process for the said scheme:

1. For fifteen students there is one teacher guardian i.e. 15:1.
2.A coordinator is appointed from every department to maintain the records of his/her department’s teacher guardian scheme.
3.The respective department coordinator prepares the list of teacher- guardian and put up the list on the notice board at the start of the academic session..
4. Respective Teacher guardian will monitor academic performance of students .
5.Poor performances of students are improved by way of counseling. Report of such counseling sessions are also prepared by the teacher guardian which is also counter signed by the department head.
6.Counseling is done for Academics, Personal issues, Career progression, etc.

Evidence of Success

To cite one of the many success stories of the noble practice-
Also, Ms. Hansika Shrivastava, student of MBA Batch 2017-18(2nd year) was having an imbalance between studies and personal life and was not able to focus on certain major priorities of her life. She was also not properly responding in the class. When she approached her teacher guardian with her queries, the guardian gave her few practical solutions to apply in her life slowly and steadily. The guardian listened to her for an hour or so and asked her to vent out her feelings to whomever she trusts the most. Guardian also asked her to read good motivational books and to focus on priorities and remove all negative thoughts. Now she is working with a reputed manufacturing company as an HR Executive handling tedious responsibilities.

Problems encountered and resources required

Various challenges are encountered by the teacher guardians

1. Students are most of the times reluctant to open themselves in spite of the efforts taken
2. Prioritizing the issues becomes difficult in few cases.
3. Place and time becomes hindrance.
4. Impact of family background is so strong that it is challenging for the guardian to take that student out from such situation.

Best Practice II

Title of the practice

Student Association of Department.

Objectives of the practice

The prime objective of this practice is to enhance knowledge, leadership qualities, team bondedness within students. It helps in creating involvement of students in conducting various technical events and workshops pertaining to their respective fields of Engineering. Also, it will help them to build professional networks with various industry experts.

The Practice

Institute follows a systematic process for the said scheme:

1. Notice for the vacancies of association posts are put up on the respective departments notice board.
2. Students apply for the said posts in the form of an application.
3. Interviews are conducted by a panel consisting of Head of the respective department and faculty In-Charge of the association.
4. Based on the performance of the students during the interview, suitable students are shortlisted by the panel.
5. Hence, the council is formed with the above shortlisted students.
6. An official ceremony is conducted to handover the responsibilities of the previous council of the respective department association and a Chief Guest from the Industry is also invited for the ceremony.
7. Under the said association, various workshops, seminars, expert lectures, etc. are organized with the help of students and the faculties.

Evidence of Success

Below mentioned is an example of a workshop which was conducted for Mechanical Engineering students under MESA(Mechanical Engineering Student's Association)

Name Of workshop: "Gear Manufacturing tools and Inspection methods"

Trainer: Mr. M. K. Kulkarni, MD of Gear Home

Date: 14th Feb, 18

Venue: MBA seminar hall

About the workshop:

The workshop was conducted to provide exposure of latest trends and technology and various practical aspects of gears.

Problems encountered and resources required

Various challenges are encountered during formation of such association-

1. Resistance of students is one of the problem area that the institute has to tackle while formation of such association.
2. Also, at times availability of funds may be one of the hindrance for proper functioning of the association activities.