Alumni Mandatory Discloser IQAC



To enlist the services of expert faculty. To encourage training and research in cutting-edge technologies. To develop and strengthen strategic links with the industry. To kindle the zeal among the students and promote their quest for academic excellence. To encourage extra-curricular activities along with good communication skills.

Choice Based Credit System

  • a)Total duration of the B. Tech (Regular) Programme is four academic years
  • b) Each Academic year of study is divided into Two Semesters.
  • c) Minimum number of instruction days in each semester is 90.
  • Grade points, based on a percentage of marks awarded for each course, will form the basis for the calculation of SGPA (Semester Grade Point Average) and CGPA (Cumulative Grade Point Average).
  • e) The total credits for the Programme are 160.
  • f) Three-week induction program is mandatory for all first-year UG students and shall be conducted as per AICTE/UGC/APSCHE guidelines.
  • g) Student is introduced to “Choice Based Credit System (CBCS).”
  • h) A pool of interdisciplinary and job-oriented mandatory skill courses which are relevant to the industry are integrated into the curriculum of a concerned branch of engineering (total of five skill courses: two basic level skill courses, one on soft skills and other two on advanced level skill courses)
  • i) A student has to register for all courses in a semester.
  • j) All the registered credits will be considered for calculating the final CGPA.
  • k) Each semester has – ‘Continuous Internal Evaluation (CIE)’ and ‘Semester End Examination (SEE).’ Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) and Credit Based Semester System (CBSS) as indicated by UGC and course structure as suggested by AICTE are followed.
  • l) A 10 months industry/field mandatory internship, both industry and social, during the summer vacation and also in the final semester to acquire the skills required for the job and connect engineering graduates with the needs of the industry and society at large.
  • m) All the students shall be mandatorily registered for NCC, NSS activities, and Community Service Project as per the Government and University norms.
  • Each college shall assign a faculty advisor/mentor after admission to each student or group of students from the same department to guide course registration/career growth/placements/opportunities for higher studies/GATE/other competitive exams etc.

Experimental Learning

Experiential learning, or learning through experience, is often defined as the opposite of traditional or didactic learning, where the students play a comparatively passive role by hearing or reading about others’ experiences. In engineering education, a similar concept is often expressed as ‘active learning, ‘learning by doing, or ‘hands-on learning,’ terms that imply an active role of the learner. In REC, we have dedicated laboratories like viz; coding Longue, 3D Printing Lab, Electro Longue, and CNC/CAM Center, where students can have hands-on experience related to the state of the art technologies. The above courses are offered to students in addition to their regular curriculum, enhancing their skills and job opportunities.

Mini Projects

The Mini Project shall be carried out during IV or VI semesters along with other lab courses by having regular weekly slots. Students will take mini-projects batch-wise, and the batches will be divided according to the guidelines. The topic of the mini-project should be so selected that the students are enabled to complete the work in the stipulated time with the available resources in the respective laboratories.

The scope of the mini-project could be handling part of the consultancy work, maintenance of the existing equipment, development of a new experiment setup, or can be a prelude to the main project with a specific outcome. The mini-project report will be evaluated for 100 marks in total. Assessment will be done by the supervisor/guide for 30 marks based on the work and presentation/execution of the mini-project. Subdivision for the remaining 70 marks is based on report, presentation, execution, and viva-voce. The evaluation shall be done by a committee comprising the mini-project supervisor, the Head of the department, and an examiner nominated by the Principal from the panel of experts recommended by the Chairman, BOS, in consultation with the Head of the department.

Industry liked courses

The job-oriented skill courses may be registered at the college or any accredited external agency. A student shall submit a record/report on the learned skills list. If the student completes job oriented skill course at the external agency, a certificate from the agency shall be included in the report. The course will be evaluated at the end of the semester for 50 marks (record: 15 marks and viva-voce: 35 marks) along with laboratory end examinations in the presence of external and internal examiner (course instructor or mentor). There are no internal marks for the job-oriented skill courses.


It shall be completed in collaboration with local industries, Govt. Organizations, construction agencies, Industries, Hydel and thermal power projects, and software MNCs in the area of specialization of the UG program. Students shall pursue this course during summer vacation before its offering as per course structure. The minimum duration of this course is at least 6 weeks. The student shall register for the course as per its structure after the commencement of the academic year. A supervisor/mentor/advisor has to be allotted to guide the students in taking up the summer internship.

The supervisor shall monitor the students’ attendance while taking up the internship. Attendance requirements are as per the norms of the University. After successful completion, students shall submit a summer internship technical report to the concerned department and appear for an oral presentation before the departmental committee consisting of an external examiner, the Head of the Department, the supervisor of the internship, and a senior faculty member of the department. A certificate from the industry/skill development center shall be included in the report. The report and the oral presentation shall carry 40% and 60% weightage, respectively. It shall be evaluated for 50 external marks at the end of the semester. There shall be no internal marks for Summer Internship. A student shall secure a minimum of 40% marks for successful completion. If a student fails, they shall reappear when the University conducts semester supplementary examinations.

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