05-22-2015, 02:25 PM
Inspection reports throw light on the caliber of the colleges affiliated to Anna University
CHENNAI: With admissions season approaching, students and parents are anxious to learn about the caliber of the engineering colleges affiliated to Anna University. The University's own inspection reports could shed some light on the faculty, infrastructure, library and laboratory facilities each of the affiliated colleges.
In response to questions on the right to Information Act, joint University database of Hindu colleagues who failed inspections last year.
The University intends to publish the results of the inspection for all affiliated colleges on his own website "in the near future," according to its Affiliate Center institutions. When considered along with data on the results of examination of six being published on the website of the University over the past year, will give students and parents a valuable resource in evaluating colleges before advice.
An analysis of the data published so far throws some interesting results. For example, the lack of qualified faculty is the single common factor among the eight courses that will be imposed for infringement of Anna University disaffiliated, basic requirements in Chennai this year. All eight courses faculty requirements both in the first and second round of inspections for 2008-09.
The eight include five courses from the College of engineering Vellore, GGR, and one from the College of engineering VKK Vijayan, Sriperumbudur, Sri Ram College of engineering, Tiruvallur and Gojan School of Business and technology, Alamathi, Chennai.
The University Syndicate decided to disaffiliate these courses at its meeting last week.
Anna University send inspection teams to all affiliated colleges every year.
The College team's grades four criteria-faculty, laboratories, library and General facilities or infrastructure facilities.
University requirements for a qualified, a main report 01: 15 undergraduate faculty, and at least two teachers or lecturers and assistant professors of the two intake of 60 students account for 50 per cent of the class.
Actually, a rating of 50 percent was needed to pass inspection last year, although the University is considering a proposal to raise the standard this year.
In the first round of inspections, 33 received a degree courses lack. Most of these courses actually managed to meet the requirements of the library and laboratory infrastructure. However, all but two have failed in fulfilling the requirements of the College.
After warned colleagues, Anna University has sent a second team to conduct a new round of inspections, in which 25 of these courses have failed to improve their results, especially with regard to the requirements of the College. These courses include 25 programs offered by the following colleges: Apollo 11, College of engineering, Sriperumbudur; Tulsi Ganadipathy College of engineering, Kaniyambadi to; Gojan School of Business and Technology, Alamathi, Chennai; P.b., Sriperumbudur College of engineering; PMR Institute of Technology, Adayalampattu, Chennai; Sakthi Mariamman Temple College of engineering, Sriperumbudur; Sams College of engineering and technology, Tiruvallur district; Sree Sastha Institute of engineering and technology, Tiruvallur district; Sri Ram College of engineering, Tiruvallur district; Thiruvalluvar College of engineering and technology Vandavasi; VKK Vijayan and College of engineering, Sriperumbudur.