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KINGS COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING

Mandatory Disclosure

“The information has been provided by the concerned institution and the onus of authenticity lies with the institution and not on AICTE.”

I. Name of the Institution:

KINGS COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING,

PUNALKULAM.- 613 303

THANJAVUR (VIA), GANDARVAKOTTAI (T.K.)

PUDUKKOTTAI – DT

TAMIL NADU – 613 303

Ph - 04362 282474, 282676 Fax - 04362 282494

E-mail:- contact@kingsindia.net

II.  Name & Address of the Director/Principal:

Dr.S.RAJASEKARAN, M.E., Ph.D., (IIT- Bombay)

KINGS COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING (CAMPUS),

PUNALKULAM.- 613 303

THANJAVUR (VIA)

GANDARVAKOTTAI (T.K.)        

PUDUKKOTTAI – DT.

Ph:- 04362 282474, 282676

Fax:- 04362 282494

E-mail:- principal@kingsindia.net

III.     Name of the Affiliating University:

ANNA UNIVERSITY

S.P.ROAD, GUINDY,

CHENNAI 

TAMIL NADU 600 025.

 IV. Governance :

v      Members of the Board and their brief background:

The trust formed and registered in compliance with the Tamil Nadu Registration Act, constitutes the following members,

  • Mrs. Renuka Devi - Trustee : Born into the family of an ex-serviceman, Shri. V.H.N. Dass, who fought and served our Indian Army valiantly and from a family of Ghandians, Involved at various levels of the Freedom Struggle these, are unsung heroes of the Great Indian Freedom Movement. She is a simple yet valiant and straightforward woman of grit and sincerity. Also, a founding trustee and our first Managing Trustee, born into a family such as this it was only natural for her to get into the service oriented field of education.

  • Mr.V.Sudharshan - Trustee : the younger brother of Mrs. Renuka Devi, is a highly skilled technical person with vast experience in the Electronics and Communication Industry. He has hands on experience of over twenty years in the field of Television Manufacturing, radio and other electrical device production etc., having served as the top Brass of the television giant of yesteryears “Crown TV”.

  • Mr.T.R.B.Selvakumar - Trustee : the new blood in the system with a Masters degree in Information Technology from the University of Monash, Melbourne, Australia, this inclusion of youth in the Trust has given a whole dimension to the functioning of the trust. With his inputs on the developments of the IT oriented industry, the trust has constantly updated its systems. Hence, even today our set of computers rivals even some of the Deemed Universities.

  • Mr.T.R.B.Rajaa - Managing Trustee : Coming from a management background this young gentleman has revived and rejuvenated the whole aura of our institution since taking over as the Managing Trustee of the Trust as well as the Chairman of the college. He also holds high offices in various industries :

*** Managing Director: Kings India Chemical Corporation Limited (Listed   Company in the field of Manufacturing and marketing of Chemicals.

***Chairman: Kings India Power Corporation Limited (A company involved in the  setting up of Power Projects for generation of power)

***Chairman: Meenam Fisheries Limited (Public Limited company with Deep Sea Fishing Ventures)

With this blend of the best of the Old and New our trust follows the path of Dharma and upholds high virtues ensuring equality for all without compromise in quality. Education for the masses a dream we hope and strive everyday to make a reality in the near future with the help and guidance of seniors and the support and strength derived from the millions of service oriented souls in our great nation.

v      Members of Academic Advisory Body

 

·         Dr. S. Rajasekaran M.E., PhD(IIT-Bombay), Principal,

·         Mr. N. Govindaraj, B.E., M.B.A., (Management Committee  Member)

·         Mr. S. Siva Kumar, M.Tech.,  - Vice-Principal,

·         Mrs. T. Shanthi, M.Tech., PGDCA, -HOD (ECE) 

 

v      Frequency of the Board Meetings and Academic Advisory Body

                              Once in 3 Months

 

v      Organizational chart and processes - ENCLOSURE – I

v      Nature and Extent of involvement of faculty and students in academic affairs/improvements –  

1.      Every student maintains a notebook for each subject and writes down the study material.

2.      The syllabus for each subject is given and it is attached in the notebook.

3.      Students meet their respective mentors and avail counseling assistance regarding their performance.

4.      Students go to the library during the free hours and go through the journals, magazines & newspapers to improve their knowledge.

5.      The class representative takes care of the class regarding discipline, and overall well being of the students in the class.

6.      Tediously selected “weak students” meet the faculty after the class hours for extra coaching sessions.

7.      They participate in various extra curricular activities which revolve around their subjects in most ways.

 8.      They attend seminars regularly with the support of the management.

 9.      The students have attended many seminars and guest lectures arranged inside and outside the college campus.

10.     The students have won a good number of prizes for their achievements in seminars, paper presentations etc., with the support and guidance of our experienced staff and Principal.

v               Mechanism / Norms & Procedure for democratic/good Governance  

1.                  The suggestions and thoughts of the general staff and especially the Teaching Faculty are adhered to very strictly and implemented only after deep discussions.

2.                  Complaints and Suggestion Boxes have been placed all around the campus and the contents are opened in the presence of the Chairman, Principal, all HoDs and members of the Management committee.

3.                  The Chairman of the college meets the Staff on a regular basis and a Management committee meet is arranged every month to assess the progress of the development of the college and to address any complaints and grievances of the members of the staff community.

4.                  Members of the Faculty are rewarded for ingenuity in teaching methods and involvement in the overall development of the students and the institution on the whole.       

5.                  Faculty orientation programs are being conducted every semester to motivate the faculty and to induce or increase the level of friendly relationships between each and every member, of the staff community.

v      Student Feedback on Institutional Governance/ faculty performance:

                                                          

The management of the institution has introduced a students feed back form based on which functioning of each and every member of our teaching faculty is monitored. Some of the outputs received via this method are listed below.

                                                        

1.                  Students are proud to have joined our college.

2.                  They are more than satisfied with the good transport facilities.

3.                  They are interested to improve English speaking and they appreciate the management for having introduced special free spoken English classes.

4.                  Students are elated about the introduction of the new teaching methods of our new Principal, a student of IIT Bombay.

5.                  Students are more than satisfied with the explanations and examples that our faculty gives on the subject which gives them total clarity on the subject.

6.                  Faculty members are kind and guide the students.

7.                  Staff teaching is effective and they discuss the previous year’s University Question papers.

We have also attached a copy of the students feed back form format for addition to the “Best practices” column in the AICTE website. ENCLOSURE - IV

v      Grievance readressal mechanism for faculty, staff and students 

·         Once in a month, staff meeting is conducted and faculty can present their grievances and the management/Principal is quick to respond and address the grievances, if any.

·         Students can use the Complaints / Suggestion boxes all over the campus.

·         Staff counselors look into the problems of their wards and help them.

·         Feedback form is given to every student and they can point out their problems regarding teaching methods, learning activities etc.  

IV. Programs:

 

v      Name of the Programs approved by the AICTE

                              

                   B.E. - COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING

                        B.E. - ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING
                        B.E. – ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING

                        B.TECH – INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

 

v      Name of the Programs accredited by the AICTE : NIL

                                               

v      For each Programme the following details are to be given:

 

S.
No

Name of the Course(s)

Number of seats

Duration

Fees

Placement Cell

*Number of Students selected in Campus Placement

Details of
Pay

1

B.E (CSE)

60

4 years

 32,500
+2000(CAUTION DEPOSIT)

 

+2000(EXAM FEE)

11

Minimum salary-Rs.6,000/pm

           Maximum salary-Rs. 18,000/ pm

2

B.E( E.C.E)

60

4 years

2

3

B.E (E.E.E)

60

4 years

2

4

B.Tech (I.T)

60

4 years

2

 

*** Only one set of students have passed out.

 

VI.       Faculty

v      Branch wise list faculty members:

·         Permanent Faculty                       -  ENCLOSURE-II   

·         Visiting Faculty                            - Talks on with Industry & Colleges.

·         Adjunct Faculty                            - Talks on with Industry & Colleges.

·         Guest Faculty                              - Talks on with Industry & Colleges.

·         Permanent Faculty: Student Ratio   - 1:13.5

 

v      Number of faculty employed and left during the last three years : 27

 

VII.     Profile of Director/Principal with qualifications, total experience, age and duration of employment at the institute concerned

Name                                    :        Dr.S.RAJASEKARAN  

Date of Birth                          :        20.04.1963

Academic qualifications            :        B.E.,M.E.,Ph.D.,

(with field of specialization)                (IIT-Bombay) M.I.S.T.E

 

Details of Experience (Academic / Industrial)

Teaching R&D & Administrative  Experience   :        19 years

Industrial Experience                                 :        4 years and 4 months.

Total Experience                                      :        23 Years & 4 Months.

Date of the appointment in the
present institution                                    :        29.6.2005                                                       

       Faculty Details covering Page –  ENCLOSURE - III

VIII. Fee:

 

v      Details of fee, as approved by State fee Committee, for the Institution.

 

S.No

Category

CET quota-Fixed by the State Fee Committee.

1.

Admission Fee

-

2.

Tuition Fee & Development Fees

Rs.32,500/-

3.

University fee (Examination fee, Registration fee etc.)

Rs.2000/-

4.

Any other – Caution Deposit

Rs.2000/-

 

Total Fee

Rs.36,500/-

v      Time schedule for payment of fee for the entire programme.

 

Though many extensions are given to students from very poor families and students from families affected due to natural disasters, generally Fees have to be paid at the start of every academic year.

 

v      No. of Fee waivers granted with amount and name of students.

v      Number of scholarship offered by the institute, duration and amount

v      Criteria for fee waivers/scholarship.

 

 *** Considerable amount of fee waivers / Scholarship will be given to the deserving candidates as per their merit.  

 

v      Estimated cost of Boarding and Lodging in Hostels

 -          Rs. 14,500/- per annum

 IX. Admission:

 

v      Number of seats sanctioned with the year of approval.

S.No

PROGRAMME

SANCTIONED INTAKE

YEAR OF APPROVAL

1

B.E-  COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING

60

2002

2

B.E.- ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS
ENGINEERING

 60

2002

3

B.E-  ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING

60

2002

4

B.TECH – INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

60

2002

 

 v      Number of students admitted under various categories each year in the last three years.

 

S.No.

PROGRAMME

2005-2006

2004-2005

2003-2004

2002-2003

1

B.E. – CSE

60

17

-

60

2

B.E. -  ECE

60

32

36

60

3

B.E. – EEE

60

35

37

60

4

B.TECH. – IT

60

-

-

60

 

 v      Number of applications received during last two years for admission under Management Quota and number admitted.

 

 

2005 -2006

2004 – 2005

Number of applications 

550

300

Management quota Including lapsed and NRI

147

34

 

X Admission ProcedureENCLOSURE: V

    v      Mention the admission test being followed, name and address of the Test Agency and its URL (website). 

v      Number of seats allotted to different Test Qualified candidates separately [AIEEE/CET (State conducted test/University tests)/Association conducted test]

 

v      Calendar for admission against management/vacant seats:

-                   Last date for request for applications.

-                   Last date for submission of application.

-                   Dates for announcing results.

-                   Release of admission list (main list and waiting list should be announced on the same day)

-                   Date for acceptance by the candidate (time given should in no case be less than 15 days)

-             Last date for closing of admission.

-             Starting of the Academic session.

-             The waiting list should be activated only on the expiry of date of main list.

-             The policy of refund of the fee, in case of withdrawal, should be clearly notified.  

XI. Criteria and Weightages for Admission:  ENCLOSURE V

v      Describe each criteria with its respective weightages i.e. Admission Test, marks in qualifying examination etc.

v      Mention the minimum level of acceptance, if any.

v      Mention the cut-off levels of percentage & percentile scores of the candidates in the admission test for the last three years.

v      Display marks scored in Test etc. and in aggregate for all candidates who were admitted.  

Item No I - XI will be given in information brochure and will be hosted as fixed content in the website of the Institution. The Website will be dynamically updated with regard to XII–XV.

Information pertaining to these clauses will be made available at our website
www.kingsindia.net

XII.     Application Form

v      Downloadable application form, with online submission possibilities.

Downloadable application form, with online submission possibilities is available. Hard copy enclosed -
ENCLOSURE - VI

XIII.    List of Applicants

v      List of candidates whose applications have been received along with percentile/percentage score for each of the qualifying examination in separate categories for open seats. List of candidates who have applied along with percentage and percentile score for Management quota seats etc will be made available as when we receive them.

XIV.  Results of Admission under Management Seats/Vacant Seats 

v      Composition of selection team for admission under Management Quota with the brief profiles of members (This information be made available in the public domain after the admission process is over) :

v       Score of the individual candidates admitted arranged in order of merit.

v      List of candidates who have been offered admission.

v      Waiting list of the candidates in order of merit to be operative from the last date of joining of the first list candidates.

v      List of the candidates who joined within the date, vacancy position in each category before operation of waiting list.

 

*** XII To IV – These will be made available as and when the admissions starts.

 

XV.  Information on infrastructure and other resources available

Library:  

Ø       Number of Library books/Titles/Journals available (programme-wise)  

S.

No

Course(s)

Number of titles of the books

Number of volumes

Journals

 

National

International

1

B.E(CSE)

765

2095

4

8

2

B.E( E.C.E)

444

1989

7

7

3

B.E(E.E.E)

336

1570

8

6

4

B.Tech(I.T)

339

2080

6

8

5

Humanities & Science

725

762

13

 

 

6

Supporting

180

1706

2

-

Ø       List of online National/International Journals subscribed

1.      Genetic Engineering

2.      IBM research Journals

3.      Oracle

4.      Atmel

5.      Bioform

 

Ø       E-Library facilities

       Negotiations are on with different suppliers data will be submitted soon
 

Ø       Laboratory:

      For each Laboratory

List of Major Equipment/Facilities  

S.
No

Name of the Course

Name of the laboratory/
workshop

Major equipments

1

B.E/ B.Tech

Humanities and Science

Chemistry Lab

 

 

 

Physics  Lab

 

 

Flame Photometer, Electronic Weighing Balance (2 kg Capacity), Hot Air Oven, Digital Conductivity meter, Digital Potentiometer, Digital PH Meter, Heating mantle with regulator(100ml), Deionizer ( Distillation plant), Physical Balance, Monopan weighing balance, Magnetic Stirrer ( with Hot plate & pellets), Hot plate with regulator, Bunsen burner with regulator, etc..

Semiconductor Diode Caser Setup, Lees Disc Apparatus, Spectrometer – Dispersive Power, Spectrometer – Grating, Air wedge Setup, Newton’s Rings Setup, Non Uniform Bending Setup, Torsional Pendulum Setup, Viscosity – Poiseuille’, etc.. 

2

B.E/  B.Tech 

Workshop

Welding Transformers & Booths, Lathes, Drilling machines, Smithy shop machines & Furnaces, Carpentry shop with tools, plumbing Tools & Materials, Pattern shop for Foundry with tools, Models for study purpose centrifugal pump & Air Conditioner, etc.. 

3

B.E(CSE)&   B.Tech
(I.T)

Computer Lab

Computers, UPS, Switches

4

B.E (ECE)

Electronics Lab

Electronic devices & circuits lab, electronic circuits design lab & electronics lab

Digital lab:

IC & Microprocessor lab, Telecommunication engineering lab, Microprocessor and control lab, Digital system design lab& Digital lab

RF lab & Communication lab    

Microwave & Optical lab

Digital System Design, signal processing Lab & Electronic System Design lab

 

Digital Storage Oscilloscope, CRO, Audio Frequency oscillator, Function Generator.

 

 

Microprocessor Kit(8086,8085), Microcontroller(8051), Stepper Motor, A/D Converter, D/A Converter, Pentium IV, etc..

 

Antenna trainer kit, Digital storage oscilloscope, Spectrum Analyzer,

Yagi -uda antenna, Loop antenna


Gun diode, LVDT, etc..

5

B.E(EEE)

Power Lab

Engineering Practice  Wiring Lab, Electrical machines lab-I, Electrical machines lab-II, Electrical machines lab, Measurements &Instrumentation lab

Control Lab

Control Systems, Electrical Engg & Control Systems lab, Power electronics  lab, Electric circuit Analysis Lab

Electron Devices & circuits lab 

 

DC shunt motor, DC series motor, single  phase induction motor, Three phase induction motor, single & Three  phase auto transformer, DC Shunt generator, Alternator, Single phase transformer, LVDT, AC  & DC bridges, thermocouple , A/D & D/A converter, etc.. 

 

DC shunt motor Transfer function trainer kit, Ward Leonard trainer kit, Stepper motor, AC & DC servo motor, PID controller trainer kit, Compensation networks, CRO, Audio frequency oscillator, 3 Phase rectifier-Speed control module, phase fully controlled half control converters with RL loads, IGBT based PWM inverter, IGBT based chopper- speed control module, series & parallel inverters, 1 & 3 phase ac voltage regulators, etc..


Ø        
List of Experimental Setup

 Computing Facilities:

S.NO

DETAILS

 

1

Number and Configuration of Systems

 

196, P IV
36, P III
10 CELERON

2

Total number of systems connected by LAN

187

3

Total number of systems connected to WAN

35

4

Internet bandwidth

OFC  connection expandable upto 2 MBps

5

Software packages available

Windows 98, 2000, 2003 server
Office XP, .Net, JAVA, C, C++, Case tools, Red Hat Linux 9.0, MATLAB, ORCAD PSpice

6

Special purpose facilities available

Libasoft, for Library

 Workshop:

Ø       List of facilities available.

 

     Games and Sports Facilities

§               Out Door Games – basketball Court with Floodlight, Cricket ground, Foot Ball Field, Volley Ball Court, Ball Badminton court, Shuttle court,  Running Track.

§               Indoor Games – Table Tennis, Carom, Chess,

§               Open ground of 25000 sq.m is available.

 

Extra Curriculum Activities: NSS, & YOUTH RED CROSS

 

Soft Skill Development Facilities –

 

We are giving training to the students for developing their soft skills by

renowned Training Institutes of this region regularly.

 

1. PRIME MANAGEMENT CONSULTANCY, Nagappattinam.

 

2. FIFTH WHEEL DRIVE, Trichy.

 

Number of Classrooms and size of each – 16 & 80 sq.m

 

Number of Tutorial rooms and size of each – 7 & 40 sq.m

 Number of laboratories and size of each Lab:

 

S.

No

Name of the Course

Name of the laboratory/workshop

Area of lab/

workshop

(sq.m)

 

Total Area

(sq.m)

1

B.E/ B.Tech

Humanities and Science

Chemistry Lab

Physics  Lab

 

143

172

 

315

2

B.E/  B.Tech 

Workshop

298

298

3

B.E(CSE)&   B.Tech (I.T)

Computer Lab

513

53

4

B.E (ECE)

Electronics Lab

Electronic devices & circuits lab, Electronic circuits design lab, & electronics lab

Digital lab:

IC & Microprocessor lab, Telecommunication engineering lab, Microprocessor and control lab, Digital system design lab& Digital lab

RF lab &Communication lab    

Microwave & Optical lab

Digital System Design , signal processing Lab & Electronic System Design lab

 

221

 

221

 

 

68.25

68.25

174

752.50

5

B.E(EEE)

Power Lab

Engineering Practice  Wiring Lab, Electrical machines lab-I, Electrical machines lab-II, Electrical machines lab, Measurements &Instrumentation lab

Control Lab

Control Systems, Electrical Engg & Control Systems lab, Power electronics  lab, Electric circuit Analysis Lab, Electron Devices & circuits lab,

342

 

 

 

 

319

661.50

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

v         Number of drawing halls and size of each               - 1 & 311. 25 sq.m

 

v         Number of Computer Centers with capacity of each 2 & 513 sq.m

 

v         Central Examination Facility, Number of rooms and capacity of each – 3 Halls Total Area – 824.25 sq.m.

 

Teaching Learning process: ENCLOSURE VII

 

Curricula and syllabi for each of the programs as approved by the University: ENCLOSURE VIII

 

Academic Calendar of the University: ENCLOSURE IX

 

Academic Time Table: ENCLOSURE X

 

Teaching Load of each Faculty:  ENCLOSURE XI

Internal Continuous Evaluation System and place 

Three tests each carrying 100 marks are conducted during the semester by the concerned Department. The total marks obtained in all tests put together out of 350 is proportionately reduced for 15 marks and rounded to nearest integer. The remaining five marks for attendance are awarded as given below.

76% to 80% of attendance – 1 mark

81% to 85% of attendance – 2 marks

86% to 90% of attendance – 3 marks

91% to 95% of attendance – 4 marks

96% to 100% of attendance – 5 marks

Students’ assessment of Faculty, System in place. 

A questionnaire is given to students to evaluate and improve teaching methods. Students give the answer in yes/No type pattern. They are requested to give any complaint if any with respect to teaching method, learning objectives and other problems related to classroom situation. Their suggestion is also called for, in order to improve the environment in the classroom.

 

 

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