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About DYPCOE

Dr. D. Y. Patil Prathishthan's, D.Y. Patil College of Engineering, was established in 1984 in Pimpri and later shifted to Akurdi complex in 2001, which is in the vicinity of Pimpri Chinchwad Industrial area, one of the biggest Industrial belts in Asia. The college spreads over 10 acres of land with seven Engineering disciplines. This Institute is approved by AICTE, New Delhi and is affiliated to the Savitribai Phule Pune University.

The college has excellent & ambient infrastructure with well-equipped laboratories. Well-qualified, motivated, and dedicated faculty members are serving in the Institute. Students are encouraged to actively participate in National and State level co-curricular and extracurricular activities. The institute has well planned boys and girls hostel in the campus with better amenities and ultra-modern facilities.

 

 Branch wise Intake 

Under Graduate Level

(First year Engineering

Intake

Post Graduate Level

Intake

Civil Engineering

120

Civil Engineering

·     Construction & Management

·     Environmental Engineering

 

18

18

Civil Engineering (Second Shift)

60

Computer Engineering

120

Computer Engineering

25

Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering

120

Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering

·     VLSI & Embedded Systems

 

18

Information & Technology

120

NA

 

Instrumentation & Control Engineering

60

NA

 

Mechanical Engineering

120

Mechanical Engineering

·    Mechanical Design

 

18

Mechanical Engineering (second shift )

60

Production Engineering (Sandwich)

60

Production Engineering (Sandwich)

·    Manufacturing Engineering & Automation

 

 

15

 


HIGHLIGHTS:

·         Established in 1984

·         Approved by AICTE,New Delhi

·         Affiliated to Savitribai Phule Pune University

·         Highly qualified and competent faculty

·         Ultra-modern buildings and excellent infrastructure

·         Well-equipped laboratories

·         NRI quota as per AICTE norms

·         Research and Consultancy Cell

·         100% placements through training and placement cell

·         Environmental Impact Assessment Cell

·         Highly enriching library facility including Internet, National and International journals 


Excellence through  Education:

Appreciated and recognized as a front runner in the education scenario. The D Y Patil College has become a prominent force in imparting quality education. The group strongly believes that quality education is a stepping stone to progress and success. With a long standing commitment towards quality teaching and learning, the group has nurtured values that go into the making of successful careers. Reiterating excellence in every venture explored, the group stands tall with its undeterred commitment to deliver quality education. Equipped with state of the art infrastructure, the group has a chain of 100 educational institutions that encourage individuals to think, question, explore and apply their well-honed minds to scale the newer heights of success. The college believes in imparting education that will build world citizens of tomorrow. Therefore it has ventured and excelled in uncommon streams like engineering, management, research and technology.

Moreover the college enjoys academic alliances with overseas universities that help to breach the educational and cultural divide between various and countries and us.

 

Best Practices: DYPCOE

Best Practices of DYPCOE, Akurdi

 1. Performance Appraisal System

Performance appraisal of faculty members is evolved to enhance the competency of faculty members in teaching learning process, research and Development, employability of students, exploration for competitive hackathons and relevant to Education 4.0. The system is based on third party assessment for improving the authenticity and inculcation of accreditation parameters.

The appraisal system consists of three main parts.

Part-A: Teaching-Learning Performance

Part-B: Institute/ Departmental Performance

Part-C: Self Development

Part A evaluates the percentage of theory and practical load covered, Avg. attendance of students, Projects guided, internal and university examination results, students feedback and teaching learning methodologies used by the teacher to improve students’ performance. Part B accesses records of teacher guardian scheme with impact analysis of student’s result, contribution of faculty members at department and Institute level, extracurricular activities organized for the students, sponsored research projects and consultancy by the faculty members. Part C evaluates the publication by the faculty members in international journals, national journals, books/book chapter published , Patents etc. along with value added courses attended for self development like NPTEL certification, STTP and FDP attended etc.

The faculty members are provided roadmap for Excellence to follow with the aim of developing students aligned with vision and mission of the college. It also provides a peer feedback and suggests the improvement for enhancing the competency of employers. Faculty members are more focused towards institutional development, self development and stakeholder’s engagement to bridge the curriculum gaps.

2. Teacher Guardian Scheme with Gnomio MOODLE

Teachers as Teacher Guardian works as a friend, philosopher and guide for their batch students. For a batch of twenty students, a teacher is assigned the role of Teacher-Guardian. In nonresidential Engineering complex, connect with the students 24*7, is possible only with ICT. Gnomio MOODLE enables dynamic interactive database management system with a capability of personal information tracking, storage of all types of run time data with easy to access any time anywhere, encouraging methods through certification etc. makes it most suitable and effective for Teacher Guardian System.

Teacher Guardian keeps the track of every student's day-to-day activities such as records of personal information along with pre-Engineering and engineering record, session attendance, Individual Counseling and mentoring record, monthly minutes of meeting, student’s achievements and other related information through discussion forum of students in the specially designed course under teacher guardian on dypcoeakurdi.gnomio.com is devised as per industry 4.0

The impact of above system observed were

  1. This scheme helps to reduce unproductive wastage of time that otherwise can be utilized for learning by students.
  2. Practice of aptitude and placement questions.
  3. The students learning time trends are observed. 

Distinctiveness: DYPCOE

Institutional Distinctiveness of DYPCOE, Akurdi

Centre of Excellence

Institute has imbibed the culture to provide help to students and to keep themselves updated with industry knowledge and needs. To support with this, all departments have established centre of excellence in collaboration with various Government, Private, Core and IT Industries.

This type of collaborations provide opportunities to students like Internship, Sponsorship, Recruitment’s, publication, Product and Patent development, workshops, Conclave, seminars and Events etc vis-à-vis industry experts deliver their expertise to our students with this center of Excellence.

Center of Excellence provides the platform for the students to nurture their ideas and showcase their talent to their stakeholders. It also showcases the talent pool available in the domain of Center of Excellence which can be further nurtured and developed by other participating students very easily. The students can then identify areas of domain expertise to be inculcated and developed continuously. The success story encourages slow learners and non-participating learners thereby improvising active engagement in learning.

The quests for quality enhancement in all facets relevant to the center of excellence are observed. Students and faculty members continuously in search of new ideas, pedagogical activities and Innovations

 

 

 

Code of conduct policy

 Code of conduct policy

Policy No 4: Academic Discipline and Code of conduct


 Policy 4.1 Code of Conduct for students

Entities affected by this policy – All the students of DYPCOE.

Policy Statement – Following are the codes of conduct for the students of the Institute

Responsible Office – All the academic departments of DYPCOE

Dates of issue:  Oct. 2019 


Policy 4.2 Code of Conduct for Faculty and Staff

Entities affected by this policy – All the faculty and staff of DYPCOE.


Policy Statement – Following are the codes of conduct for the faculty and staff of the Institute

  1. Private Coaching or participation in the same: Canvassing, placing signs and posters for solicitation purposes, collection of any personal money is prohibited in DYPCOE or Dr. D.Y.Patil Educational complex, Akurdi premises. Especially, any faculty found to be indulgent in conducting, organizing, participating in conducting tuition classes or coaching classes, remunerative or otherwise would be suspended with immediate effect. Appropriate further action would be taken upon giving a fair chance to such faculty/staff.
  2. Attendance: Employees are expected to be prompt in reporting to work on time. It is expected that employees will remain on the job until the end of the workday unless excused by the Head of the Department/Vice Principal/Principal/Campus Director. An employee, who knows he / she will be absent from work on a particular day should report such anticipated absence to the Head of the Department/ Vice Principal/Principal/Campus Director. A record of tardiness and unexcused absences may result in loss of pay or other disciplinary action.
  3. Conflicts of Interest: An employee of DYPCOE should avoid actual or apparent conflicts of interest between his / her obligation / responsibilities at DYPCOE and outside activities.
  4. Behavior: All employees to follow rules and regulations, and standards of courtesy, conduct, cooperation, ethics and etiquette as expected at DYPCOE. Following are examples of actions, which are unacceptable to the DYPCOE code of conduct and often result in disciplinary action or termination of employment:
  • Insubordination – proven misconduct
  • Theft
  • Conviction of an offence involving moral turpitude
  • Bringing discredit to DYPCOE
  • Falsifying or forging of any academic records, reports, or information
  • Any other misconduct interfering with performance of job tasks
  • Unauthorized absence from assigned work area
  • Gross Negligence
  • Dereliction of duty
  • Interfering with the work performance of another employee
  • Nepotism (Favoritism)
  • Multiple instances of intentionally wasting materials
  • Willful damage to equipment or property of the DYPCOE
  • Entering an unauthorized work area
  • Failure to report absences
  • Habitual absence or tardiness 
  • Job abandonment
  1. Safety: Safety on the job and care of property and equipment is the responsibility of all employees. Every effort should be made by the employees to avoid avoidable safety-related incidents or careless work habits.It is necessary to report unsafe working conditions and any on-the-job injury, regardless of severity, the Head of the Department and the Human Resources Manager immediately.
  2. Confidential Information: Some employees handle confidential information as they perform their duties. Such information is not to be discussed or made available to anyone until it has been approved for release by the respective authorities. Any person found using such confidential information shall have appropriate disciplinary action initiated against him / her depending on the severity of the matter.
  3. Gifts : Employees of the DYPCOE are not to accept gifts, souvenirs, gratuities, or courtesies, in any form , from any person or persons, corporations, or associations* that, directly or indirectly, seek to use the connection so as to secure favorable comment or consideration or any commercial commodity, process or undertaking. *Examples of the same would be students under supervision , or vendors having contracts.
  4. Disruptive Behavior: While honoring the freedom of expression and the right to peaceful dissent of an individual, DYPCOE in the best interests of orderly operation and preservation of an environment favorable to productive study, has adopted a policy prohibiting disruptive behavior on part of any student, faculty or other employee. Disruptive behaviour includes but is not limited to gherao, rasta roko, protests, strikes, slogan shouting, symbolic displays of unrest such as wearing protest bands etc. Any disruptive behavior by any student or Employee is /would be considered to have committed an act of gross indiscipline and is subject to disciplinary action that may include cancellation of admission/termination of services.
  5. Outside Employment: Any employment outside DYPCOE is not permitted, except in cases where such employment does not interfere with regular and punctual discharge of duties and responsibilities of DYPCOE. Even if granted permission by the management for non-interfering employment mentioned above, use of DYPCOE property and time in such endeavors is prohibited.
  6. Malpractices: No employee/students is to indulge in, or encourage any form of malpractice(s) connected with examination or activities at DYPCOE.
  7. Media interactions: Without prior sanction from the Management, no employee/student is to interact with the media or to publish any statement either by name, or anonymously, about DYPCOE related issues.
  8. Reporting on duty upon arrival: All employees are required to register their attendance in the Attendance Muster as well as biometric system every day at the beginning of the day and before leaving the Campus.
  9. Late Arrival: All employees are expected to report on duty at least five (5) minutes prior to their reporting time on all working days. Exception to the same is peons responsible for opening and closing of departments/labs/offices, wherein such peons are expected to report on duty Thirty (30) minutes prior to their reporting time on all working days. Three instances of Fifteen (15) minute delay are permissible with intimation to the Head of Department /Vice Principal/Principal/Campus Director in a month. Beyond such third late-coming, a day of Casual Leave would be deducted.
  10. Leaving the premises before time: No employee is permitted to leave the campus before the official working hours. The only exception to this special concession or On-duty travel reasons / leaves. The Human Resources Manager or any other appropriate authority might perform a random check and the irregularities would be reported to the disciplinary committee for further necessary actions.All of the facets / parts of this Code of Conduct are discussed at length in the respective policies in the HR Manual.

 

 

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