TECHNICAL EDUCATION QUALITY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAME (TEQIP) PHASE II
 

  • Anual Report 2015 -16
  • Anual Report 2014 -15
  • Anual Report 2013 -14
  • Institutional Development Proposal (REVISED)
  • Governance Development Plan
  • Application for Autonomy
  • Action Plan Up to Dec 2014

     Technical Education Quality Improvement Programme (TEQIP) was envisaged in 2003 as a long‐term programme of about 10‐12 years duration to be implemented in 3 phases fortransformation of the Technical Education System with the World Bank assistance. As perTEQIP concept and design, each phase is required to be designed on the basis of lessonslearnt from implementation of an earlier phase. TEQIP‐I started a reform process in 127Institutions. The reform process needs to be sustained and scaled‐up for embedding gains inthe system and taking the transformation to a higher level. To continue the developmentactivities initiated through TEQIP‐I, a sequel Project is started as TEQIP‐II. The Project duration shall be for four years (2010-2014)



    Objectives

    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

    5. Enhancing Institutional and System Management effectiveness

                    In 1st cycle of selection, a total of 85 institutions i.e. [6 Centrally Funded, 54 State Govt. funded and aided and 25 Private Unaided institutions] are selected for participation in the Project for sub component 1.1: “Strengthening institutions to improve learning outcomes and employability of graduates”.  In the 2nd cycle selection, a total of 29 institutions are participating in the project for sub component 1.1. College of Engineering Adoor is among the 19 institutions in Kerala selected for participation in the 2nd cycle of TEQIP Phase-II under the subcomponent 1.1.The main objectives of subcomponent 1.1 are to improve the quality of education by strengthening institutions to improve learning outcomes and employability of graduates.              

                   College of Engineering Adoor is committed to implement reforms in educations and envisaged and achieves targets fixed in the project and we will take steps to ensure improvement in learning outcomes and employability of graduates from our institutions by the end of the project period through the following activity.

      Improvements in teaching, training and learning facilities

    Providing teaching and research assistantships for increased enrolment in PG Programs

    Enhanced R & D and institutional consultancy activities

    Faculty and staff development for improved competence

    Enhanced interaction with industry

    Institutional management capacity enhancement

    Implementation of institutional reforms

    Academic support for weak students


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