DEPARTMENT ADVISORY COMMITTEE (DAC)

                                                        

The Department Advisory Committee is constituted with HoD, senior faculty members from the department, parents, alumni member along with external experts from the academics and industry. The DAC meeting will be held once in a semester. The present composition of DAC is as follows.

Aim:

  • Guides us the best way to improve academic performance of the students.
  • To adapt industry standards

S.No

Name of the Person

Designation

Position

1

Dr. R.  Sathees Kumar

Professor & HoD

Convener

2

Dr.V. V. A .S Lakshmi

Professor

Co-ordinator

3

Dr. P. V. Reddy

Professor

Senior Faculty

4

Mr. V. Srinivasa Rao

Asst. Professor

Senior Faculty

5

Dr.G. Madhavi

Professor, CSE Dept, JNTUK, Narasaraopet

External Academic Expert

6

Dr. P. Vijay Babu

Professor, Dept of CSE, KLU

External Academic Expert

7

Mr. V. Venkata Vara Prasad

Specialist, Robert Bosch Engineering and Business Solutions

Industry Person

8

Mr.P.Hari Babu

CDAC Bangalore

Industry Person

9

Mr.K.SaiRam

HR, Infomerica,Bangalore

Senior Test Lead

10

Ms. M. Navya

Trainee Engineer, Syntel

Alumni (15KH1A0545)

11

Mr. K. Subrahmanyam

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Parent

 

  DEPARTMENT ASSESSMENT & QUALITY IMPROVEMENT COMMITTEE (DA&QIC)                           

The Department Assessment & Quality Improvement Committee (DA &QIC) is constituted with HoD and faculty members from the department. The DA&QIC is interlinking with IQAC of the college. The DA&QIC meeting will be held twice in a semester.

Roles and responsibilities: The roles and responsibilities of DA&QIC are as follows.

  • Monitoring the achievements of Program Outcomes (POs), Program Specific Outcomes (PSO), Program Educational Objectives (PEOs).
  • Evaluating program effectiveness and proposing necessary changes.
  • Preparing periodic reports on program activities, progress, status, or other special reports for Management.
  • Motivating the faculty and students towards attending workshops, developing projects, working models, paper publications and engaging in research activities.
  • Interacting with students facilitating the achievement of POs, PSOs and PEOs.
  • Interacting with stakeholders regarding the improvement of POs, PSOs and PEOs.

The present composition of DA&QIC is as follows

S.No

Name of the Person

Designation

Position

1

Dr. R.  Sathees Kumar

Professor & HoD

Convener

2

Dr. P. V. Reddy

Professor

Co-ordinator

3

Dr. S. Kannan

Assoc. Professor

Member

4

Mr. M. Koteswara Rao

Asst.Professor

Member

5

Mrs. A. Sai Pujitha

Asst.Professor

Member

6

Mrs. K.Prashanthi

Asst. Professor

Member

7

Mr. P. Solmon

Asst. Professor

Member

 

OUTCOME BASED EDUCATION COMMITTEE (OBEC) 

The Outcome Based Education Committee is constituted with HoD, senior faculty members from the department. The OBE meeting will be held twice in a semester.

Aim:

Outcome Based Education (OBE) is a process that involves the restructuring of curriculum, assessment and reporting practices in education to reflect the achievement of high order learning and mastery rather than the accumulation of course credits.

It is based on four concepts,

  1. Clarity of focus (curriculum design, instructional delivery, assessment is in line with the expected outcome)
  2.  Expanded opportunity (ways and number of times students get a chance to learn and demonstrate)
  3.  High expectations (all students able to do significant things)
  4.  Design down (design curriculum from the perspective of expected outcome).

 

OBE Principles

Redesign Issues

             How to Implement

Clarity of focus

Focus on what learners will be able to do successfully

  • Help learners develop competencies.
  • Enable predetermined significant outcomes.
  • Clarify short- and long-term learning intentions.
  • Focus assessments on significant outcomes

Expanded Opportunities

Do not learn the same thing in the same way at the same time

  • Provide multiple learning opportunities matching learner’s needs with teaching techniques

High Expectations

Establish high, challenging performance standards

  • Engage deeply with issues of learning.
  • Push beyond where learners would normally have gone

Design Down

Begin curriculum design with a clear definition of what learners are to achieve by the end of their formal education

  • Develop systematic education curricula.
  • Trace back from desired end results
  • Identity “Learning building blocks”.
  • Link planning, teaching & assessment decisions to significant learner outcomes

 

The present composition of OBE committee is as follows.

S.No

Name of the Person

Designation

Position

1

Dr. R.  Sathees Kumar

Professor & HoD

Convener

2

Dr.G.S.S.Rao

Professor

Co-ordinator

3

Mr. M. Koteswara Rao

Asst.Professor

Member

4

Mrs. A. Sai Pujitha

Asst.Professor

Member

5

Mrs. K.Prashanthi

Assoc. Professor

Member