About Amal Jyothi College of Engineering
Amal Jyothi College of Engineering has established itself as a benchmark of excellence in technical higher education and research. Founded in 2001 by the Catholic Diocese of Kanjirappally, Amal Jyothi is approved by the AICTE and affiliated to APJ Abdul Kalam Technological University (KTU), Kerala. It is the first new generation engineering college in Kerala with the prestigious NBA accredited departments and the first engineering college in Kerala with the recognition of ‘A’ grade from NAAC.
Amal Jyothi along with numerous other accolades is the first engineering college in Kerala to
- establish an IEDC sponsored by the DST, Govt. of India
- accomplish a TBI (Technology Business Incubator) for entrepreneurs with Govt. of India funding
- establish a Rs. 5 crore Bio-TBI, sponsored by BIRAC of DBT, Govt. of India
- set up an industry-in-institute for students to earn while they learn
About Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering
The Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering started its commendable journey in 2001. With excellent infrastructure and full-fledged faculty, the department has always been in the path of rapid progress, making it one of the premier departments of Amal Jyothi. The department is accredited by the National Board of Accreditation (NBA), India till 2023. The course contents are intended to give the students a holistic and pragmatic view of the present scenario of the Electronics and Communication industry as well as a grounding in the concepts and theories that will shape the future of the industry. With highly sophisticated labs backed by industrial tie-ups, the department offers a plethora of opportunities for excellence of the students and faculty.
About the STTP
The Objective of Engineering Education is to equip the students with skills needed for the smooth functioning of the society. Now-a- days with the increase in the number of centres for Engineering Education, we seem to drift away from the actual ideology. The NBA accreditation focuses on this concept. The aim of the accreditation process is to bring out the best in students by monitoring them constantly by assessing their activities and giving them feedback by measuring their activities right from the time of joining the course to completion. The measurement of outcome continues even after the student leaves the college to ensure that the declared program outcomes have been effectively imparted to the students. A paradigm shift is a fundamental change in the basic concepts and experimental practices of implementing education by faculty. Our education system is undergoing a change as announced by the Higher Education Council of India and the National Research Foundation through the NEP. This STTP is focused on making the faculty empowered for an outcome-based education with new pedagogical approaches to convert research projects to products and thus bring out the best in students. An Introduction to Outcome Based learning and the methods to achieve the Program Outcomes is presented by eminent and experienced resource persons. The phase 2 of this STTP focuses on NEP and accreditation procedures. The entire objective of the STTP will be covered in the subsequent phases.
- Interested candidates must fill up the Google form available at following link: https://forms.gle/8h3qWD3MS2XT2dARA on or before 12th November 2020.
- The number of participants is limited to 200 and the participants will be selected on First come First serve basis. Registrations will be confirmed based on scrutiny by the Programme Evaluation Committee.
- The selected participants will be intimated by email on 14th November 2020. There is no registration fee
- There is no registration fee.
Certificate will be issued to those participants who attend all the sessions and qualify in the test conducted at the end of the programme.
|Day 1: 16th November 2020|
|9 AM – 11 AM||NEP and Engineering Education||Dr. Sabu Thomas, Vice-Chancellor, Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala|
|2 PM – 4 PM||RNeed for Accreditation in Higher Education||Dr. Remith George Carri, Asst. Professor, Dept. of Education, Assam Central University|
|Day 2: 17th November 2020|
|10 AM - 12 PM||A Journey through the NBA Accreditation Manual||Dr. Jacob Philip, Dean Academics, Amal Jyothi College of Engineering|
|2 PM – 4 PM||A Transformational Tour of Outcomes Attainment in the Process of NBA Accreditation||Dr. Therese Yamuna Mahesh, Associate Professor, Amal Jyothi College of Engineering|
|Day 3: 18th November 2020|
|10 AM - 12 PM||A Journey through the NBA Accreditation Manual (CONTINUED)||Dr. Jacob Philip, Dean Academics, Amal Jyothi College of Engineering|
|2 PM – 4 PM||ICT in Engineering Education||Dr. Ashkarali P, Assistant Professor, Govt. Arts & Science College, Tanur|
|Day 4: 19th November 2020|
|10 AM - 12 PM||NAAC Accreditation and Preparation||Dr. Senthilkumar G, Principal, Adithya College of Arts and Science, Coimbatore|
|2 PM – 4 PM||NAAC Accreditation and Preparation (CONTINUED)||Dr. C. Deepa, Assoc. Professor (IT), SRCAS, Coimbatore|
|Day 5: 20th November 2020|
|10 AM - 12 PM||Re-engineering Engineering Education||Dr. A. Sukesh, Asst. Professor (EEE), Govt. College of Engineering, Kannur, Kerala|
|2 PM – 4 PM||Quality Improvement in Engineering Colleges||Shri. Amitabh Saxena, Founder and CEO, Anexas Consultants|
|Day 6: 21st November 2020|
|10 AM - 12 PM||NEP and OBE||Dr. Biju K., Assistant Professor, Central University of Tamil Nadu|
|2 PM – 4 PM||Life Cycle of OBE – An Overview||Dr. Therese Yamuna Mahesh, Associate Professor, Amal Jyothi College of Engineering|