Technical Education Quality Improvement Programme TEQIP is the World Bank assisted project under Government of India for the improvement of technical education The first phase was focused on Infrastructural and overall development of technical institutes and the second phase focuses on Research, Innovation and scaling-up Post Graduate education. Abou 190 institutions including NITs all over the country are benefitted by the project. State Project facilitating Unit (SPFU) at directorate of Technical Education, Government of Karnataka facilitates TEQIP activities for the state of Karnataka and is always encouraging for such activities which help in the growth of technical education.

SJCE has successfully completed World Bank assisted TEQIP – I scheme of Government of India as a lead institute in which the emphasis was on infrastructure and is part of TEQIP II scheme in which priority is on post graduate education, research and innovation. SJCE has successfully implemented TEQIP II till date, expenditures are incurred under all heads and almost all the project targets have been achieved till date. SJCE has fulfilled the requirements of Key Performance Indices securing 8 out of 8 points in the recently concluded Joint Review Meeting with world bank and MHRD, completed all the procurement successfully, succeeded in being identified as lead institute in Global Initiative for Academic Networking (GIAN) and was selected for Programme of Leadership in University Management (PLUM) with NUS Singapore. All these resulted in recognizing SJCE for additional grants of Rs. 500 Lakhs under TEQIP-II. The overall performance of SJCE has been appreciated by SPFU, NPIU and MHRD.

SJCE has progressed in improving the quality and quantity of Masters& Doctoral students in Engineering, Improving collaboration with industry, Quantitative increase & qualitative improvement in research by faculty individually, jointly& collaboratively, Developing research interest among undergraduate students, Improving the academic performance of weak students, enhancing transition rate, improving employability of students through Finishing Schools and Improving institutional governance. Two of the main focusses of SJCE have been ‘Research’ and ‘Internationalization’.

The targets of TEQIP-II have increased so far by,

  • 2 new M.Tech programs initiated in project period.
  • 22 % increase in M. Tech enrolment and output.
  • 55 % increase in PhD enrolment & output.
  • 90 % increase in the number of research publications by Faculty members.
  • 50% increase in MoUs with industry; 40% increase in MoUs with other institutions.
  • 3 % increase in IRG.  • Excellent Transition rate (above 95 %) at all levels both in UG and PG courses.
  • Training for Faculty and staff in domain area, pedagogy, research area and soft skills.
  • Undergraduate placement rate increased from 84% to 96%.
  • Climate for innovation & research created in the institute.
  • Established Automotive Electronics Laboratory and Center for Road and Urban Transportation Eco-system
Achievements under TEQIP-II

The following are the achievements of SJCE so far under TEQIP – II, Assistantship to 203 M.Tech students Assistantship to 15 Full time Ph.D students 135 faculty members participated in conferences in India 13 faculty members have utilized funds for travel abroad 237 faculty members have undergone training outside the campus 185 faculty members have undergone training in-house so far, Additional training provided in areas like Quality in Research Innovative methods in Teaching techniques Financial management Human relations at work 3 workshops organized exclusively for Non-teaching technical staff Servicing and maintenance of UPSs and air conditioners Servicing & calibration of advanced electronic instruments Testing and servicing of Electronics lab equipments Servicing Laboratory devices 28 staff underwent training (outside the campus) on various aspects 75 non-teaching staff are trained in the topics such as: Functional English Soft skills Personality Development Technical skills R&D partnership with premier institutes during project period like Chonbuk National University, South Korea –Smart Materials for Energy Harvestings Nanyang Technological University, Singapore- Biomarkers for Neurological Disorders National University of Singapore, Singapore – Cancer Drug discover, Anti Dengue drug Stellenbosch University , South Africa– Brain cancer drug discovery Bilkent University, Turkey – Neurological Disorders Detection using Machine Learning USDA, USA – Molecular characterization of Fungal Phytopathogens Harvard University, USA – Computational Neuroscience University of Tokyo, Japan – Earthquake Engineering Asian Institute of Technology – GIS & Remote Sensing 527 Journal publications in the project period 436 publications in proceedings of conferences 51Ph.Ds awarded during project period 214 scholars pursuing Ph.D 41 research projects 14 UG and 8 PG projects across the college funded under Innovative Research Project scheme. Students trained in personality development, soft skills and aptitude during Campus recruitment training (Both UG & PG students are benefitted) Students are funded for Industry visits (e.g. Metro construction site, visit to water / waste treatment plant, industry fare etc.) Workshops in association with personnel from industry & research organizations for curricula development funded Research labs set up by industries Bosch, Phillips, Schneider, PACE etc. 12 Adjunct faculty from industry funded 12 MoUs with industries 15 Finishing Schools conducted Participation in PACE and honoured with international prizes every year Placement records are excellent with more than 950 placements and 116 companies participated. Excellent transition rate at 97% in First Year More UG and PG students participate in internships Management capacity building workshop on ‘Understanding Self & Inter-personnel relationship’ for 3 days in Sept 2014involved all HoDs& policy makers 31 Participation in MDPs organised by IIMs Societal Needs – Ten day Alcohol De-addiction camps at Sutturand Ramapurain the divine presence of H HSwamiji, JSSMVP, Mysore Counseling weak students through Professional counselors support from JSS Hospital introduced Counseling workshops exclusively for Women faculty to facilitate girl students Stress Management & Wellness for Women workshop for lady employees Counseling workshops for all faculty and students A student counseling center is proposed with dedicated professional counselors Student mentoring Workshop on ‘Identifying Weak Students’ conducted Weak students are identified through diagnostic tests at the start of 1st Semester & Motivational course is offered Weak students are also identified based on results of examination Supplementary semester is offered

Institutional Development Proposal/ Supplemental IDP
Project Implementation Plan
Good Governance Plan