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2013 Fa Programmes fo culty Development r Engineering Colleg es Brochure Promoting Excellence in Technical
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Promoting Excellence in Technical E
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TIONAL INSTITUTE O F TECHNICAL TEACHERS TRA
INING AND RESEARCH
An Autonomous Institution under Ministry of Human R
Department of Higher Education, Governme
Taramani, Chennai – 600 113.
esource Development,
nt of India.
PREFACE The National Institute of Technical Teachers Training and Research is an autonomous institute established

PREFACE

The National Institute of Technical Teachers Training and Research is an autonomous institute established under the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India for improvement of quality of Technical Education in the Country in general and the Southern Region in particular.

In an era of choices, engineering still dominates as a favoured discipline. There are nearly 4000 engineering colleges in India approved by the All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE). Of the total number of colleges, 65% are in the south and 35% in the north. In every college, the Faculty forms the most valuable resource for their growth and achievement. With the advances in technology and its adoption by Indian industry occurring at a rapid pace, it has become essential that the technical teachers should develop an aptitude for lifelong learning and have an exposure to advances in their field through Faculty Development Programmes.

Staff Development Programmes for the teachers of Engineering Colleges and Polytechnics is a priority area of the Institute. In recognition of this, the Institute is conducting a variety of short term and long term training programmes for teachers and other staff of the Polytechnics and short-term courses for the teachers of Engineering Colleges and overseas teachers to enable them to acquire competencies relevant to their respective areas of work. The courses cover content updating, particularly in new technologies, use of innovative instructional methods and approaches, design and development of learning resources and general management and development of institutions and programmes. The AICTE has recognized the short term training programmes conducted by NITTTR for consideration for the purpose of movement to higher grades under the Career Advancement Scheme.

The NITTTR Faculty who have developed rich expertise in their areas of specialization and who undertake consultancy and research work, contribute in the design and conduct of these programmes. The continuous upgradation of laboratory and instructional facilities assure the participants a rewarding learning experience. It is hoped that the Faculty and the Management of the Engineering Colleges will come forward in large numbers to participate in the programmes and derive maximum benefit from our common effort towards improving the quality of technical education.

DIRECTOR

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STRATEGIES OF INSTRUCTION AND NORMS FOR CONDUCTING PROGRAMMES The following strategies will be followed for
STRATEGIES OF INSTRUCTION AND NORMS FOR CONDUCTING PROGRAMMES
The following strategies will be followed for all the training programmes.
The programme will be conducted at NITTTR, Chennai campus or at the premises of the College or
through web casting.
A.
For programmes conducted at NITTTR, Chennai
• The programme will be conducted from 9.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m.
• When the programme is organized at NITTTR, Chennai campus, the schedule for the training
programme will be fixed based on the number of participants expected from each college, for
each programme a minimum of 20 participants is necessary.
• Hostel facilities at NITTTR, Chennai will be provided on payment basis, family accommodation
is not available in the Hostel.
• For Participants from Government & Aided Engineering Colleges:
- No course fee to be paid
- Eligible for Pocket Allowance of Rs.230/- per day
- Eligible for reimbursement of Travel Cost by bus / or train (limited to maximum of A/C
two tier, subject to providing proof of to and fro travel and subject to eligibility
according to their post / cadre).
• Teachers appointed under Self supporting / financing schemes of aided Engineering Colleges
and Self Financing Engineering Colleges
- Course fee of Rs.1,250/- per participant for a 5 days programme has to be paid to
NITTTR, Chennai.
- Not eligible for Pocket Allowance
- Not eligible for Travel Allowance
Application form can be downloaded from our website www.nitttrc.ac.in. The filled up application forms
with signature of Principal / Dean may be sent to The Professor & Head, Curriculum Development
Centre, National Institute of Technical Teachers Training and Research, Taramani, Chennai – 600 113,
Email id : cdcniter@gmail.com
B.
For programmes conducted at Engineering Colleges
• For the programme organized at the respective college, TA/DA has to be paid to the Members
of faculty from NITTTR Chennai, as per eligibility of Government of India by Air / Train / Car,
by the Engineering College.
• Boarding and lodging for the NITTTR faculty members have to be provided in a good hotel at
the respective places of the programme and paid by the college as per eligibility of
Government of India.
• Transport is to be arranged by the college for the faculty members to commute from the hotel
to the college and back, both in the morning and evening every day.
• Normally two or three faculty members from NITTTR will be deputed for each course. The
Director will join the course on the first day or last day, for an academic lecture / Inauguration /
Valediction.
• For Self Financing Engineering Colleges, a course fee of ````. 40,000/- along with a service
tax of 12.36% has be to paid to our institute, for each course, in the form of crossed DD,
payable at Chennai, in the name of ‘The Director, NITTTR, Chennai’, towards the course fee.
• There is no course fee for the Government / Government aided Engineering colleges.
However, other conditions remain the same.
• Arrangements for video recording and replay of micro teaching practice sessions of the
participants have to be made by the respective colleges and expenses towards that have to be
borne by the college.
In case of any lecture conducted through webcasting, the host engineering college should
have the necessary computer hardware / internet facilities for receiving the video streaming
from NITTTR.
For all faculty development programmes, the eligible participants are Lecturers, Assistant Professors,
Associate Professors and Professors as per the existing norms of AICTE.
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ADDRESS FOR COMMUNICATION  

ADDRESS FOR COMMUNICATION

 

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNICAL TEACHERS TRAINING AND RESEARCH Taramani P.O., Chennai – 600 113 Tamil Nadu

Office

:

044

2254 5400

CDC

:

044

2254 5441 / 46

 

Hostel

:

044

2254 5470

 

044

2254 2339

Fax

:

044 - 2254 1126

E-mail

:

director@nitttrc.ac.in

 

dir@nitttrc.ac.in

CDC

:

cdcniter@gmail.com

Website :

www.nitttrc.ac.in

NITTTR. Extension Centre (ECB) S.J. Government Polytechnic Campus Seshadri Road Bangalore – 560 001, Karnataka

Phone

: 080 - 2237 4154

Telefax : 080 - 2228 1419 E-mail : nitttrbangalore@gmail.com

NITTTR. Extension Centre (ECH) Sanketika Vidya Bhavan Government Polytechnic Campus Masab Tank, Mahaveer Marg, Hyderabad – 500 028

Telefax : 040 – 2339 1459 E-mail : nitttrech@gmail.com

NITTTR. Extension Centre (ECK) Government Polytechnic Campus NAD Road, HMT Junction Kalamassery – 683 104, Kerala

Telefax : 0484 – 2542 653 E-mail : eck@nitttrc.ac.in nitttreck@gmail.com

Note:

Although every care has been taken to ensure that the information contained in this brochure is accurate, it must be understood that changed circumstances may necessitate alteration or cancellation of some of the courses and the terms and conditions thereof and hence the institute cannot undertake any responsibility arising out of or in connection with them.

 
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thereof and hence the institute cannot undertake any responsibility arising out of or in connection with
Schedule of Faculty Development Programmes  

Schedule of Faculty Development Programmes

 
     

Place of

   

Course

Code

Title of the Programme

conducting

Proposed date of conducting the programme

the

   

programme

 

Centre for Environmental Management

 

EFD-1

Preparation of Evaluation items (Question Paper) for Geotechnical Engineering

NITTTRC

18.12.2013

to 21.12.2013

EFD-2

Geotechnical Engineering

NITTTRC

20.01.2014

to 24.01.2014

EFD-3

Workshop on Environmental & Pollution Control - Manual Preparation

NITTTRC

17.02.2014

to 21.02.2014

EFD-4

Water Quality Data Analysis and Interpretation

NITTTRC

24.02.2014

to 28.02.2014

EFD-5

Setting up of Engineering Laboratories

NITTTRC

26.03.2014

to 28.03.2014

Civil Engineering

 
 

Surveying Using Total Station & GPS

Engineering

Date will be fixed on request from Engineering College

EFD-6

College *

EFD-7

Geographical Information System and Mapping

NITTTRC

09.12.2013

to 13.12.2013

EFD-8

Institutional Development and Accreditation

Engineering

Date will be fixed on request from Engineering College

College *

EFD-9

Teaching Methodology For Civil Engineering Teachers

Engineering

Date will be fixed on request from Engineering College

College *

EFD-10

Question Paper Setting And Student Evaluation

Engineering

Date will be fixed on request from Engineering College

College *

EFD-11

Limit State Design Of Steel Structures As Per I.S. 800 -2007

NITTTRC

06.01.2014

to 10.01.2014

EFD-12

Building Information Modeling Using REVIT Architecture

NITTTRC

03.03.2014

to 07.03.2014

Computer Centre

 

EFD-13

Outcome Based Modern Teaching and Coaching Techniques

Engineering

Date will be fixed on request from Engineering College

College *

EFD-14

Outcome Based Modern Teaching And Coaching Techniques

NITTTRC

07.10.2013

to 11.10.2013

EFD-15

XML and Web Services

NITTTRC

30.10.2013

to 01.11.2013

EFD-16

Developing A Web Application Using Asp.Net

NITTTRC

18.11.2013

to 22.11.2013

EFD-17

Cloud Computing

NITTTRC

16.12.2013

to 20.12.2013

Educational Technology & Multimedia

 

EFD-18

E-Learning Design

NITTTRC

10.03.2014

to 14.03.2014

EFD-19

Multimedia Learning

NITTTRC

24.03.2014

to 28.03.2014

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      Place of     Course Title of the Programme conducting Proposed date
     

Place of

   

Course

Title of the Programme

conducting

Proposed date of conducting the programme

Code

the

programme

Electrical and Electronics Engineering

 

EFD-20

LabVIEW Programming

NITTTRC

04.11.2013

to 08.11.2013

EFD-21

Circuit Schematic and Simulation using Multisim

NITTTRC

06.01.2014

to 10.01.2014

EFD-22

PLC & SCADA

NITTTRC

03.02.2014

to 07.02.2014

EFD-23

Special Electrical Machines and Control

NITTTRC

03.03.2014

to 07.03.2014

Mechanical Engineering

 

EFD-24

Advances in Welding & Manufacturing

NITTTRC

06.01.2014

to 10.01.2014

EFD-25

Non-Traditional Machining and Non Destructive Testing

NITTTRC

03.02.2014

to 07.02.2014

EFD-26

Renewable Energy Sources

NITTTRC

10.02.2014

to 14.02.2014

EFD-27

Automobile Technology

NITTTRC

24.03.2014

to 28.03.2014

OTHER PROGRAMMES

 

EFD-28

Instructional Design and Delivery Systems

Engineering

Date will be fixed on request from Engineering College

College *

EFD-29

Student Guidance and Counselling

Engineering

Date will be fixed on request from Engineering College

College *

EFD-30

Research Methodology

Engineering

Date will be fixed on request from Engineering College

College *

EFD-31

Communication Skills

Engineering

Date will be fixed on request from Engineering College

College *

EFD-32

Modern Teaching Methods

Engineering

Date will be fixed on request from Engineering College

College *

EFD-33

Performance Appraisal and Development System

Engineering

Date will be fixed on request from Engineering College

College *

* The venue will be the engineering college which requests the conduct of the programme.

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DETAILS OF FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES 1.0 ENGINEERING AREAS (suitable for concerned Faculty of Engineering) 1.1
DETAILS OF FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES
1.0
ENGINEERING AREAS (suitable for concerned Faculty of Engineering)
1.1
CENTRE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
EFD-1
PREPARATION
OF
EVALUATION
ITEMS
(QUESTION
PAPER)
FOR
GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING
Objectives:
To familiarize the teachers with the quality standards in academics and good
practices to achieve the qualities in research as desired by NAAC
To understand present scenario of university examinations, key issues &
challenges faced by bringing together relevant officials from valuation center,
computer center and exam section together.
Understanding of their views is important in improving quality of question paper,
answer sheet valuation and timely result processing.
To suggest the measures for improving coordination between different
departments participating in conducting exams, valuation and result processing.
To develop the teachers on ethical aspects of teaching, learning and valuation.
Content:
Curriculum Aspects - Teaching Learning and Evaluation - Characteristics of
evaluation
-
Formative
and
Summative
Assessments
-
Type
of
evaluation
question with advantage and Disadvantage - Example through Geotechnical
engineering subject.
EFD-2 GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEERING
Objectives:
To develop an appreciation soil as a vital construction material, and of soil
mechanics in the engineering of civil infrastructure;
To develop an understanding of the relationships between physical characteristics
and mechanical properties of soils;
To understand and experience experimental measurement of the physical and
mechanical soil properties commonly used in engineering practice
To develop good technical reporting and data presentation skills;
Content:
Introduction to Geotechnical Engineering – Soil compaction - Permeability – Darcy’s
Law - Stress distribution and Calculation of stresses in soil media - Shear strength of
cohesive and cohesionless soils – Site Investigation and Selection of Foundation –
Bearing Capacity from insitu tests (SPT, SCPT and plate load)- Shallow Foundation –
Pile Foundation
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EFD-3 WORKSHOP ON ENVIRONMENTAL & POLLUTION CONTROL - MANUAL PREPARATION Objectives: To familiarize the teachers
EFD-3
WORKSHOP ON ENVIRONMENTAL & POLLUTION CONTROL - MANUAL
PREPARATION
Objectives:
To familiarize the teachers with the quality standards in academics and good
practices to achieve the qualities in research as desired by NAAC
To understand present scenario, key issues & challenges faced due to
environmental pollution.
To promote the concept of sustainability through education and awareness.
To understand the need for manual in promoting the inquest knowledge of
students.
To develop manual incorporating case studies to enhance their understanding
with global perspective.
Content:
Environmental Pollution - Sustainability - Climate Change - Effects of Pollution on
Soil, Flora, Fauna, Air, Water and Human health - Pollution Control Approach -
Assimilative Capacity Concept - Principle of Control Concept - Case studies -
Pollution Control Act - Importance of Clean Environment
EFD-4 WATER QUALITY DATA ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION
Objectives:
To develop skill set to analysis water quality data.
To learn the advanced analysis process to be involved in water quality
interpretation.
To learn the procedure to create water quality database.
To develop good technical water quality report.
To identify the important parameter in analysis water quality.
To learn the role of professional societies (BIS/APHA/WHO) in developing
specification requirements.
Content:
Fundamentals of managing water quality data - Selection of water quality variable -
Concepts and benefits of relational database applied to water chemistry data -
Assessing the quality of lab data, identify trends, and performing statistical
calculations- Detection and interpretation of exceedence values - Understand and
dealing with detection limits - Interpretation techniques - Identifying water types and
aquifer composition - Calculation of saturation indicies or pH - Plotting spatial patterns
of water quality data - Introduction to the USGS modeling code PHREEQC
EFD-5 SETTING UP OF ENGINEERING LABORATORIES
Objectives:
To familiarize the teachers with the quality standards in academics and good
practices to achieve the qualities in teaching and research as desired by NAAC.
To understand present scenario and importance of establishing laboratory with
state of art facilities.
To know the procedure of procurement in accordance with government rules.
To explore the funding options available for setting up laboratory.
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To understand the importance of maintenance and establish technician man power. To learn the advanced
To understand the importance of maintenance and establish technician man
power.
To learn the advanced process to be involved to inculcate best psychomotor
learning environment.
Content:
Importance of Laboratory establishment - Ratio of student to laboratory facilities -
AICTE Guidelines - AICTE Funding Schemes “MODROB” - Procedure to finalize
supplier of equipment and instruments - Rules for Procurement - Follow up
maintenance - Laboratory Accreditation Procedures - Safety procedure
1.2 CIVIL ENGINEERING
EFD-6 SURVEYING USING TOTAL STATION & GPS
Objectives:
To appreciate the capabilities of Modern Surveying Instruments.
To explain the working principle and usage of Total Station and GPS.
To explain the principles & applications of Remote Sensing, Photogrammetry &
Image Processing.
To employ Surveying and Land Development software packages.
To conduct surveying using Total Station & GPS.
Content:
Working principle and usage of Total Station – Computer interface – Electronic
Distance Measurement (EDM) – R2V conversion – Map projections –
Photogrammetry - Process and Applications of Remote Sensing & GPS – Image
Processing - Computer Applications for Surveying & Land Development – Hands
on practice on Total Station & GPS.
EFD-7 GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION SYSTEM AND MAPPING
Objectives:
To appreciate the importance of GIS in decision-making.
To develop spatial database employing relevant corrections.
To develop GIS database by properly linking spatial and attribute databases.
To carry out GIS Analysis and Modeling with various software packages
Content:
GIS an overview – Map creation – Application of GIS - Spatial & Attribute Data
Entry,Maintenance, linking and analysis – GIS Modeling – Using packages like
CAD Overlay, MapInfo, Arc GIS – Hands on experience of using GIS packages.
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EFD-8 INSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND ACCREDITATION (suitable for Sr. Faculty, HoDs and Principals) Objectives Develop
EFD-8 INSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND ACCREDITATION
(suitable for Sr. Faculty, HoDs and Principals)
Objectives
Develop strategic planning of engineering institutions
Explore various institutional development models
Plan for a centre of excellence in technical education
Describe the networking process of technical institutions
Create viable process of generating internal revenue and its utilization
Develop feasible industry-institution-community partnership models for technical
institutions.
Develop a process for institutional evaluation
Explain the process of Accreditation
Content:
Strategic Planning of Educational Institutions – Institutional Development models –
Planning and Development of Centre of Excellence - Networking with other
institutions - Need for autonomy - Internal Revenue Generation and Utilization -
Institutional Evaluation – Outcome based Education - Accreditation – NBA – ABET –
Washington Accord.
EFD-9 TEACHING METHODOLOGY FOR CIVIL ENGINEERING TEACHERS
Objectives
Describe teaching learning process.
Develop general and specific objectives for Civil Engineering.
Design an appropriate lesson plan.
Integrate motivational strategies for Civil Engineering teaching.
Employ appropriate instructional methods, media and materials for delivering the
Civil Engineering content to the learners, effectively.
Evaluate the students’ performance and Question paper setting.
Rectify the defects in teaching competencies, through the micro teaching practice
sessions.
Content:
Teaching Learning Process - Instructional Objectives and Planning for Civil
Engineering - Motivational Strategies - Instructional Methods and Media – Evaluation
and Question Paper setting in Civil Engineering - Micro Teaching Practice.
EFD-10 QUESTION PAPER SETTING AND STUDENT EVALUATION
(suitable for Faculty involved in setting question papers and evaluation)
Objectives
Distinguish assessment and evaluation.
Review the evaluation techniques related to achievements in Cognitive
domain.
Design checklists and rating scales for assessments of Affective and
Psychomotor competencies.
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  Develop a comprehensive evaluation scheme for project assessment.   Appreciate the role of criterion
  Develop a comprehensive evaluation scheme for project assessment.   Appreciate the role of criterion
 

Develop a comprehensive evaluation scheme for project assessment.

 

Appreciate the role of criterion referenced evaluation in competency based

 

education. Analyze the question paper based on table of specification. Prepare a continuous assessment scheme for a given subject.

 

 

Content

Assessment and Evaluation – Review of evaluation of cognitive competencies – Affective and Psychomotor domains competency evaluation – checklists and rating scales – project work evaluation- problem based learning and evaluation – competency based education and criterion referenced evaluation - classroom evaluation and continuous assessment – Table of specification – Question paper analysis.

 

EFD-11 LIMIT STATE DESIGN OF STEEL STRUCTURES AS PER I.S. 800 -2007

 
 

Objectives:

 

To appreciate the evolution and philosophy of Limit State Design including quality

 

control aspects. To design the steel structural elements for bending, shear, axial tension and compression as per IS 800 – 2007. To apply the limit state of serviceability concepts like deflection for structural elements.

Content:

Evolution and Philosophy of Limit State Design – Codal provisions of IS 800 – 2007 - Design of tension members, compression members, flexural members and - Limit state of serviceability - deflections

 

EFD-12 BUILDING INFORMATION MODELING USING REVIT ARCHITECTURE

 
 

Objectives:

 

To model the building components with the aid of REVIT Architecture package. To plot the Building drawings in the proper format on paper.

 

 

Content:

Introduction to Building Information Modeling – Basics – Design Process - Developing Building Components - Viewing – Plotting - Graded exercises.

 

1.3 COMPUTER SCIENCE ENGINEERING / INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

 

EFD-13 / OUTCOME BASED MODERN TEACHING AND COACHING TECHNIQUES

EFD-14

 

Objectives:

In-service Circuit / CSE / IT / MCA Teachers of Engineering Colleges will be able to

 

Comprehend the paradigm shift needed for Learner Centric Teaching – Learning

 
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Colleges will be able to   Comprehend the paradigm shift needed for Learner Centric Teaching –
Colleges will be able to   Comprehend the paradigm shift needed for Learner Centric Teaching –
  Processes in Outcome Based Education (OBE). Appreciate David Merrill’s ‘First Principles of Instruction’
  Processes in Outcome Based Education (OBE). Appreciate David Merrill’s ‘First Principles of Instruction’
 

Processes in Outcome Based Education (OBE). Appreciate David Merrill’s ‘First Principles of Instruction’ (FPI) for E&T Design and develop Problem Centered Outcome based Lesson Deliver lectures based on component display theory under constructivist cum cognitivist approach. Design Students’ Evaluation Techniques through De’Corte’s Best Practices and Asubel’s Concept mapping under OBE. Differentiate Instructional designs from Traditional to WEB based Content development. Comprehend Students’ Psychology of this Information era under OBE. Know recent origin of Performance appraisals

 

 

Content:

Learner Centric Principles of ‘Problem Based Learning’ in Engineering & Technology – Design and Development of Non explicit specific but Objective driven, cyclic and Learner Centric lesson plans, based on ‘First Principles of Instruction’ – Instructional approaches for Offline Self Instructional & Online e-contents and the present day Engineering Teachers’ role – Recent Trends and Industry relevant Students’ Evaluation Techniques – Virtualized Teaching, based on David Merrill’s Instructional model – Modern Adolescent learner characteristics and Outcome based motivation – Outcome based performance appraisals in modern times.

 
 

EFD-15 XML AND WEB SERVICES

 
 

Objectives:

 

Understand the use of XML in web applications Design DTD and Schema for XML document Validate XML document Use of Web services in web applications Understand UDDI, WSDL in web services Understand SOAP communication Develop web services Consume Web services

 

 

Content:

Introduction to XML - DTD – Schema – XML Validation - Introduction to Web services – SOAP- UDDI- WSDL – Consume Web services

 
 

EFD-16 DEVELOPING A WEB APPLICATION USING ASP.Net

 
 

Objectives:

 

Explain the .NET Framework Create an ASP.NET Web application project by using Visual Studio .NET. Add server and validation controls to an ASP .NET Web form. Work with ADO >Net for database applications. Comprehend the concepts of XML. Understand the use of Web Services in ASP .Net Applications.

 

 
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Comprehend the concepts of XML. Understand the use of Web Services in ASP .Net Applications.  
Comprehend the concepts of XML. Understand the use of Web Services in ASP .Net Applications.  
Content: Overview of .Net Framework – HTML Controls – Web Server Controls – Validation Controls
Content:
Overview of .Net Framework – HTML Controls – Web Server Controls – Validation
Controls – Introduction to XML – Web Services in ASP .NET Web Applications.
EFD-17 CLOUD COMPUTING
Objectives:
Understand the evolution of cloud computing
Comprehend its enabling technologies
Understand the techniques in setting up and using the cloud System
Understand the programming model for distributed process of large datasets
Implement different algorithms in Hadoop framework
Content:
Introduction to cloud computing- Need, Enabling Technologies, IaaS, PaaS, SaaS,
Virtualisation, Hadoop and MapReduce Algorithm
1.4
EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY & MULTIMEDIA
EFD-18 E-Learning Design
Objectives:
To engage in collaborative multimedia development for e-learning
To apply the principles of instructional design for e-content development
To identify the suitable delivery option for e-content
Content:
Principles of instructional design – e-content development methodology – Multimedia
tools
EFD-19 Multimedia Learning
Objectives:
To demonstrate the usage of multimedia for effective learning
To develop animations using multimedia tools
To comprehend the principle of learning for developing e-content
Content:
Multimedia elements – Graphics editing – Animation development
1.5
ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING
EFD-20 LabVIEW PROGRAMMING
Objectives:
Identity the LabVIEW program components
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  Write basic VI programs Use Multisim for circuit simulation Use the common LabVIEW functions
  Write basic VI programs Use Multisim for circuit simulation Use the common LabVIEW functions
 

Write basic VI programs Use Multisim for circuit simulation Use the common LabVIEW functions to build a simple data acquisition application.

Content:

 

 
 

LabVIEW Programming concepts - LabVIEW Environment - Software constructs in LabVIEW - Programming VI & Functions - SubVI design - Electronic circuit Simulation using Multisim - Data acquisition – Interfacing - ELVIS - Applications in different fields of Engineering.

 

EFD-21 Circuit Schematic and Simulation using Multisim

 

Design and draw the electronic circuit using Multisim software Simulate electronic circuits using multisim Verify the design using LabVIEW and DAQ

 

Content:

 

Drawing the schematic and verifying the design using simulation for the following circuits: Rectifier and Power supply circuits – Digital Electronics and Analog Electronics Circuits – Digital Communication Circuits – Symbols – Schematics – Library of Components – Component Editor – Simulation – DC, AC and sweep analysis – Co verification using LabVIEW – Physical verification using DAQ

 

EFD-22 PLC & SCADA

 

Objectives:

Understand the operation of PLC Know the instructions of Allen Bradley PLC Interface PLCs with working models Create graphic display and animations using memory tags and device tags in SCADA software

Content:

 
 

Components of PLC - External devices (I/Os) - Memory organization - Instruction set of Allen Bradley PLC - Bit logic - Timers - Counters - Compare - Arithmetic and logic - Move - Program control and Indexed addressing - Subroutines - Interrupts - Ladder diagram Programming for specific applications - Interfacing PLC with working models –- Basics of SCADA system -Features of RS View SCADA software - Memory Tags- Device tags - Derived tags - Interfacing PLC with SCADA software

 

EFD-23 SPECIAL ELECTRICAL MACHINES AND CONTROL

 

Objectives:

Familiarize with the constructional details of special machines Understand the working of special machines Know the basic circuits of controllers for special machines

 
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machines Understand the working of special machines Know the basic circuits of controllers for special machines
machines Understand the working of special machines Know the basic circuits of controllers for special machines
Content: Construction - Principle of operation- EMF and Torque equations-Controllers and applications of Permanent
Content:
Construction - Principle of operation- EMF and Torque equations-Controllers and
applications of Permanent Magnet Brushless DC Motors, Switched Reluctance
Motors, Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motors, Stepper Motor, Universal Motor,
Linear Induction Motor
1.6
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
EFD-24 ADVANCES IN WELDING & MANUFACTURING
Objectives:
To appreciate the capabilities of Modern Manufacturing Techniques.
To explain the process parameters of advanced manufacturing processes.
To explain the principles & applications of advanced Welding Techniques.
To appreciate the need for NDT of welded joints.
Content:
Features of Advanced Welding processes – TIG – MIG- High pressure pipe welding –
Aluminum, Stainless Steel Welding- Submerged Arc Welding – Modern
manufacturing Processes - Computer Integrated Manufacturing -High speed
machining– Rapid Prototyping – Nanotechnology– Recent welding techniques –
Flexible Manufacturing Systems – Softwares related to design and manufacturing .
EFD-25 NON-TRADITIONAL MACHINING AND NON DESTRUCTIVE TESTING
Objectives:
To appreciate the Principles of Non Traditional Machining
To explain the process parameters of Non Traditional Machining processes.
To explain the principles non-destructive methods.
To appreciate the need for NDT in industries
Content:
Introduction to Non Traditional Machining – Abrasive machining – Electrochemical
machining – Electrodischarge machining - Introduction to various non-destructive
methods - penetrant testing - Eddy Current Testing - Acoustic Emission - Magnetic
Particle Testing – Thermography - Ultrasonic Testing – Radiography – Case
Studies.
EFD-26 RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES
Objectives:
To understand the need of Renewable Energy sources.
To know the role of Renewable Energy for the Environment
To understand the energy resources utilization systems.
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Content: Utilization of Renewable Energy sources – Solar, Wind, Bio-energy applications – Recent developments in
Content:
Utilization of Renewable Energy sources – Solar, Wind, Bio-energy applications –
Recent developments in Renewable Energy sources.
EFD-27 Automobile Technology
Objectives:
To comprehend the recent advances in Automobile Technology.
To know about the Automobile Pollution and Control
To appreciate the role of Automobile Electronics & Air conditioning
Content:
Automobile Engine Management – Alternate Fuels – Automobile Electronics –
Materials and Processing of Automobile Components – Automobile Pollution and
Control - Mobile Air conditioning.
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OTHER PROGRAMMES
EFD-28 INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN AND DELIVERY SYSTEMS
(for Recently Recruited Teachers)
Objectives
Describe teaching learning process.
Identify a typical adolescent or early adult behavior, of his or her students.
Channelise the adolescent or early adult behavior of his or her students, in the
positive right direction.
Develop general and specific objectives for a unit of instruction.
Design an appropriate lesson plan for a unit of instruction, as guided by the
developed instructional objectives.
Integrate motivational strategies for classroom teaching.
Employ appropriate instructional methods, media and materials for delivering the
content to the learners, effectively.
Communicate effectively to the students, within the class and off the class.
Evaluate the students’ performance regarding the achievement of set objectives
of the curriculum, primarily in the cognitive domain.
Rectify the defects in teaching competencies, through the micro teaching practice
sessions.
Content
Teaching Learning Process - Adolescent Characteristics - Instructional Objectives -
Instructional Planning - Motivational Strategies - Instructional Methods and Media -
Instructional Communication - Rudiments of Student Evaluation - Micro Teaching
Practice.
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  EFD-29 STUDENT GUIDANCE AND COUNSELLING     (for Faculty / Training and Placement Officers
  EFD-29 STUDENT GUIDANCE AND COUNSELLING     (for Faculty / Training and Placement Officers
 

EFD-29 STUDENT GUIDANCE AND COUNSELLING

 
 

(for Faculty / Training and Placement Officers )

Objectives

 

Define guidance and counseling. Distinguish guidance and counseling.

 

 

Describe the objectives, functions and methods of Educational guidance, Vocational guidance and Personal guidance.

 

List the characteristics of counseling.

 

Realise the need for Guidance and Counseling services in colleges and the

role of technical teacher in guidance and counseling.

Content

Guidance – Counseling – Difference between them – Principles of guidance – Functions of guidance – Educational guidance – Vocational guidance – Personal Guidance – Objectives, functions and methods of each type of guidance – group guidance methods – guidance process – strategies of vocational guidance – counseling and its characteristics - students needing counseling – group counseling – Guidance and Counseling service – teacher’s role in guidance.

 

EFD-30 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY (suitable for part time and full time Research Scholars)

 
 

Objectives

 

Realise the need for integrating research along with instruction. Explain the taxonomy and types of research. Establish the role of Literature survey in any research project or activity. Formulate the research problem based on need.

 

 

Distinguish the research methodology in physical science, engineering and social sciences.

 

Prepare research thesis, research papers and R and D proposals.

 

Content

Importance of research – Taxonomy and types of research – Literature survey - selection and formation of research problems – Criteria for research quality – Research in Social, Physical Sciences and Engineering – Exploring Google Scholar – Statistical Tool for Research – Ethics in Research - Thesis preparation – Research papers – Industry oriented Research – Technology Transfer - R and D proposals – Guiding research students.

 

EFD-31 COMMUNICATION SKILLS (for freshly recruited Teachers)

 
 

Objectives

 

Review the basic communication system, with the aid of communication model. Realise the need for Transaction Analysis (TA)

 

 

Explain precisely, the three ego states, namely, parent ego, adult ego and child

 

ego state, with suitable examples. Distinguish straight, parallel and crossed communications, with suitable examples.

 
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with suitable examples. Distinguish straight, parallel and crossed communications, with suitable examples.   16
with suitable examples. Distinguish straight, parallel and crossed communications, with suitable examples.   16
  Apply the vital principles of stimulus, Response, reinforcements, contiguity and practice, in classroom teaching
  Apply the vital principles of stimulus, Response, reinforcements, contiguity and practice, in classroom teaching
 

Apply the vital principles of stimulus, Response, reinforcements, contiguity and practice, in classroom teaching and learning.

 

Content

 

Communication model – Review of basic communication systems – Transactional Analysis (TA) – Need for the same – Ego states – Definition – Parent Ego, Child ego and adult ego – Straight, parallel and crossed communications – stimulus, response, reinforcements, contiguity and practice – Relationship between these five elements – Implications of the same in class room teaching and learning.

 

EFD-32

MODERN TEACHING METHODS (for faculty with more than 5 years teaching experience)

Objectives

 

Integrate Instructional Technology aspects into classroom teaching. Use multimedia aspects in enhancing learning and performance of students.

Evaluate the students comprehensively in the three domains of learning, in the continuous as well as end assessments. Appreciate the philosophy of Transactional analysis for employing the same in classroom teaching. Identify corrective measures in instructional planning and delivery through micro teaching practice.

 

Content

 

Instructional Technology - E-Learning resources – Internet security and tools for the same –Planning for Teaching - Multimedia in enhancing learning and performance - Overview of learning styles – current generation’s exposure to technology and media – Need for stimulus variation-knowledge explosion and use of Information and communication Technology (ICT) – Transactional analysis – learning management system.

 

EFD-33

PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL AND DEVELOPMENT SYSTEM (suitable for Sr.Faculty, HoDs and Principals)

Objectives

 

Evolve strategies for staff appraisal Develop teacher appraisal proforma Analyze appraisal data Explain Career Advancement Scheme Plan and implement Faculty counseling

 

Content

 

Strategies for Staff Appraisal - Teacher Appraisal Proforma - Appraisal Data – Career Advancement Scheme – Guidelines – Academic Performance Index – Faculty Evaluation and Counselling.

 
 

 
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Scheme – Guidelines – Academic Performance Index – Faculty Evaluation and Counselling.       17
Scheme – Guidelines – Academic Performance Index – Faculty Evaluation and Counselling.       17
DEPARTMENTS AND COURSE FACULTY  

DEPARTMENTS AND COURSE FACULTY

 
     

Coordinator

 

Phone No. & Email address

Department

Faculty

Code

     

044

- 2254 5406

DIRECTOR

Prof. Dr. S. Mohan, M.E., Ph.D., F.N.A.E.,

SM

dir@nitttrc.ac.in

Centre for

     

Environmental

Management

Dr. G. Janardhanan, M.E., Ph.D. (USA) Associate Professor

GJ

044

gjanardhanan@gmail.com

- 2254 5460

 

Dr. V.K. Natarajan, M.A., M.A., Ph.D. Professor

 

044

- 2254 5482

Centre for

Sustainable

VKN

crd@nitttrc.ac.in

Development

Dr. K.S. Giridharan, B.E., M.Tech., Ph.D. Assistant Professor

 

044

- 2254 5481

KSG

ksgiri@nitttrc.ac.in

Centre for

     

International

Dr. T. Jagathrakshakan, B.E (Hons.), M.E., Ph.D. Professor

TJ

044

- 2254 5447

Affairs

tj@nitttrc.ac.in

 

Dr. E.S.M. Suresh, B.E., M.E., Ph.D. Professor

 

044

- 2254 5423

ESMS

suresh@nitttrc.ac.in

Civil

Dr. R. Santhakumar, M.E., Ph.D. Associate Professor

 

044

- 2254 5422

Engineering

RS

santhakumar@nitttrc.ac.in

Shri. K.S.A. Dinesh Kumar, M.E. Assistant Professor

 

044

- 2254 5421

KSAD

dinesh@nitttrc.ac.in

Curriculum

     

Development

Centre

Dr. S. Dhanapal,B.E.,M.Sc.(Engg.) Ph.D.

Professor

SDP

044

sdp@nitttrc.ac.in

- 2254 5442

 

Dr. S. Renukadevi, B.Sc, MCA, M.Phil., Ph.D.,

 

044

- 2254 5464

Professor

SRD

srd@nitttrc.ac.in

Education

Dr. R. Rajendran, M.Ed., M.B.A., Ph.D.

 

044

- 2254 5466

Associate Professor

RR

rajendran@nitttrc.ac.in

Educational

Dr. G. Kulanthaivel, M.E., PGDCA.,Ph.D. Professor

 

044

- 2254 5433

Media Centre

GK

gkvel@nitttrc.ac.in

 

Dr. V. Shanmughaneethi, M.E. Ph.D Assistant Professor

 

044

- 2254 5479

Educational

VSN

shanneethi@nitttrc.ac.in

Technology &

     

Multimedia

044

- 2254 5478

Shri A. P. Felix Arokiya Raj, B.Sc., M.Sc., D.F.Tech. Assistant Professor

APF

felix@nitttrc.ac.in

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      Coordinator Phone No. & Email address Department Faculty Code   D r
     

Coordinator

Phone No. & Email address

Department

Faculty

Code

 

Dr. S. Dhanasekaran, B.E.,M.Sc.(Engg.) Ph.D.

 

044

- 2254 5412

Professor

SD

sd@nitttrc.ac.in

Dr. G.A. Rathy, M.E., PGDCA, Ph.D.

GAR

044

- 2254 5415

Electrical &

Assistant Professor

rathy@nitttrc.ac.in

Electronics

Engineering

Shri. P. Sivasankar, M.E. Assistant Professor (under suspension)

PSS

044

- 2254 5417

sivasankar@nitttrc.ac.in

 

Dr. P. Arunkumar, M.Sc., M.Ed., Ph.D.

PAK

080

- 2237 4154

Extension

Professor

ecb@nitttrc.ac.in

Centre,

Shri. V. Sivakumar, M.E. Associate Professor

   

Bangalore

VSK

vsiva@nitttrc.ac.in

 

Dr. C.R. Nagendra Rao, M.Tech. Ph.D. Professor

CRN

040

- 2339 1459

Extension

cnrao@nitttrc.ac.in

Centre,

 

Hyderabad

Shri. U.S. Sahu, B.E., M.Tech. Associate Professor

USS

usahu@nitttrc.ac.in

Extension

Shri. Philip Kurian, B.Sc. (Engg.),

PK

0484 - 254 2653 eck@nitttrc.ac.in

Centre,

M.Sc. (Engg.,) PGDHRM, CIC.

Kalamassery

Associate Professor

 
 

Shri. M. Senthil Kumar, B.E., M.Tech. Assistant Professor

MS

044

- 2254 5413

Mechanical

senthil@nitttrc.ac.in

Engineering

Dr. S. Somasundaram, M.E., Ph.D. Assistant Professor

SS

044

- 2254 5418

somu@nitttrc.ac.in

Resource

Dr. R. Ravichandran, M.Sc., M.Ed., Ph.D., MBA.

RRC

044

- 2254 5469

Centre

Senior Librarian

ravi@nitttrc.ac.in

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