TECHNICAL EDUCATION QUALITY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMME (TEQIP) PHASE-II (TEQIP – PHASE II)
There are more than 3000 engineering institutions have been established throughout the country that offer technical graduate degree education. However, the number of quality graduates has not been in relation to the exponential growth in such Technical Institutions. Restricted availability of qualified faculty and better teaching-learning and training facilities has been one of the reasons behind this problem. The gap between quality of technical graduates required by the Industry and those produced in in Technical Institutions is wide. World Bank identified and took keen interest in systemic transformation of country’s technical through helping the emerging institutes to become world class institutes in terms of engineering education.
Government of India has launched a Technical Education Improvement Programme (TEQIP) as a long term programme of 10-12 years and has three phases. Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India through NPIU have selected 127 institutions including 18 Centrally funded institutions, 68 State funded institutions, 22 private unaided institutions and 19 Polytechnics spread across 13 States of India to participate in the first phase of TEQIP during 2003-09. After the completion of TEQIP Phase-I, a study was carried out for evaluating the impact of the Programme and learn lessons for TEQIP Phase-II. Following were some highlights of the TEQIP Programme:
- 125 (98 percent) Project institutions have carried out academic and non-academic reforms of their internal & external auditing processes.
- 126 Project institutions have successfully implemented semester system.
- In all 127 Project institutions, majority of the stakeholders participate in BoG.
- 107 (84 percent) Project institutions could achieve academic excellence.
- Total number of SC/ST/OBC beneficiaries through Tribal Development Plan in the Project institutions increased from 8500 (2002-03) to 50,000 (2008-09).
- About 2600 students undertook visits to other Project institutions.
- About 300 R&D projects were undertaken by faculty jointly
- A cumulative of 13,000 visits were undertaken by community persons and 300 technologies were transferred to the community. Five hundred programmes were conducted for unorganized labour. During TEQIP implementation, a total of 2917 externally funded R&D projects valued Rs 4679.37 million were executed by Project institutions.
One of the key recommendations of the committee is that interdisciplinary collaborative efforts/approach should be given more weightage than multidisciplinary by Project institutions since all cutting edge developments in technologies occur at the interface of two or more disciplines. Inter-disciplinarity enables integration of concepts, theories, techniques and perspectives from two or more disciplines to advance fundamental understanding or to solve problems whose solutions are beyond the scope of single discipline.
TEQIP PHASE – II & NC College of Engineering
As per TEQIP design, each phase is required to be designed on the basis of lessons learnt from the implementation of an earlier phase. As mentioned above, TEQIP-I started a reform process in 127 Institutions. The reform process needs to be sustained and scaled-up for embedding gains in the system and taking the transformation to a higher level. To continue the development activities initiated through TEQIP-I, a sequel Project is planned as TEQIP-II. NC College of Engineering has entered into the TEQIP-II Phase and worked out well to emerge as a leading technical education provider private institution in the North India. It is worth mentioning that it is the only private autonomous college under Kurukshetra University in Haryana to get such a grant.
The college is committed towards:
1. Strengthening Institutions to produce high quality engineers for better employability,
2. Scaling-up PG education and demand-driven Research & Development and innovation,
3. Establishing Centers of Excellence for focused applicable research,
4. Training of faculty for effective Teaching, and
5. Enhancing Institutional and System Management effectiveness.
The TEQIP–II has been launched officially at NC College of Engineering, Israna, Panipat and the amount received will be spent for Modernization and strengthening of PG laboratories, Faculty and Staff development, Enhancing R&D activities, Academic support for weak students etc, strictly as per World norms and guidelines.
List of Activities Under Teqip Phase -II:
NOTE: This page is allocated to Technical Education Quality Improvement Programme-II (TEQIP-II). It will contain the details about the Projects, Facilities and Other Events related to TEQIP-II grant provided to NCCE.
BOARD OF GOVERNORS
|S.No.||Name of the Member||Designation|
|1||Sh. Vijay Gupta||Chairman|
|2||Sh. M.L. Gupta||Member|
|3||Sh. D. V. Gupta||Member|
|4||Sh. Bhushan Gupta||Member|
|5||Prof (Dr) B. R. Marwah||Member|
|6||Prof (Dr) M. P. Poonia||Nominee of AICTE|
|7||Prof (Dr) Girish Chopra||Nominee of KUK|
|8||Prof (Dr) B. R. Chahar||Member|
|9||Prof (Dr) H. S. Khatak||Member|
|10||Dr Sukhvir Singh||Member|
|10||Prof (Dr) R. P. Singh||Member Secretary|
16.09.2014 AUDIT REPORT OF TEQIP II
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BOG Meeting’s Minutes held on 30th June, 2016
BOG Meeting’s Minutes held on 31st December, 2014
Performance Audit Report
AGENDA OF MEETINGS
Agenda of 22nd Meeting of BOG
This file contains the information about the agenda of 22nd BOG meeting of the NCCE Technical Campus, Israna, Panipat
MINUTES OF MEETING
Minutes of 22nd Meeting of BOG
This file contains the minutes of 22nd BOG meeting of NCCE Technical Campus, Israna, Panipat
Details of Faculty Short Term Programmes under TEQIP II
Faculty Participation in Short Term Programmes under TEQIP II
The details will be uploaded as and when received from the associated department of NCCE.
01. 01.2015 TEQIP-II DOCUMENTS UPLOADED
VOLUME – I
VOLUME – II