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MANIPAL PLACEMNTS EXPOSED!!!!
Engineering Entrance , JEE Main , JEE Main & Advanced

here is the placement details of Manipal .What  some Manipal students are saying is all lies.placments is very bad

Campus Placements 2006-2007
 

CAMPUS PLACEMENTS YEAR 2006-07
 
 
CS
IT
MCA
EC
EE
IC
ME
IP
CH
CIV
BM
PMT
MTech
Arc.
Total
 
TCS
41
06
05
41
38
05
14
03
02
02
07
00
03
00
167
 
Infosys
44
26
00
31
33
09
29
09
10
03
05
01
01
00
201
 
Wipro
10
09
05
05
05
01
05
00
01
00
02
01
04
00
48
 
i-flex
03
00
00
02
02
00
08
01
00
01
01
01
00
00
19
 
Cognizant
02
02
02
09
09
01
02
02
03
00
01
01
00
00
34
 
Ashok Leyland
--
--
--
--
--
--
03
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
03
 
Socrates
05
--
--
06
05
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
16
 
Sungard
03
--
--
01
--
--
02
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
06
 
FSS
--
--
--
05
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
05
 
Fedility
13
01
--
05
04
--
05
01
--
--
--
--
--
--
29
 
Perot Systems
03
03
--
01
01
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
08
 
Patni
03
02
02
02
01
05
01
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
16
 
L & T Ltd.
--
--
--
01
03
--
12
--
02
--
--
--
02
--
20
 
ABB
--
--
--
--
01
01
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
02
 
Onmobile
01
--
--
01
02
--
02
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
06
 
PhilipsInnovation
04
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
04
 
HP
--
02
02
01
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
01
--
06
 
Tata Elxsi
01
--
--
02
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
03
 
SLKSoftware
01
--
--
02
--
--
01
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
04
 
IBM
07
05
10
03
04
03
04
02
02
02
02
04
01
--
49
 
GCI
01
--
01
01
01
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
04
 
Sasken
--
--
--
05
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
05
 
L&TECC
--
--
--
--
01
02
11
02
--
02
--
--
--
01
19
 
Vedanta
--
--
--
--
--
--
01
01
03
--
--
--
--
--
05
 
Caritor
01
--
--
--
--
01
03
06
03
--
--
--
--
--
14
 
Accenture
02
01
03
01
--
01
04
02
03
--
--
01
01
--
19
 
Cerner
02
--
--
01
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
02
--
05
 
BhartiaCutler
--
--
--
--
--
--
01
03
--
--
--
--
--
--
04
 
GMR
--
--
--
--
--
01
02
--
--
04
--
--
--
--
07
 
Philips
Med.
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
03
--
--
--
03
 
Times of
 India
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
05
--
--
05
 
TCE
--
--
--
--
01
01
03
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
05
 
Delphi
--
--
--
04
01
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
05
 
Yahoo
02
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
02
 
Tavant
--
--
--
02
01
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
03
 
Tesco
01
--
--
01
02
01
--
--
01
01
02
01
--
--
10
 
JSW
--
--
--
--
02
03
11
--
07
01
--
--
02
--
24
 
Qwest
01
--
--
02
01
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
04
 
EMC2
02
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
02
 
Cummins
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
01
--
--
--
--
--
--
01
 
Unitech
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
06
--
--
--
--
06
 
Omnesys
01
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
01
 
NDPL
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
00
 
Volvo
--
--
--
--
--
--
02
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
02
 
Greaves
Cotton
--
--
--
--
--
--
01
03
--
--
--
--
--
--
04
 
Intel
Tech.
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
--
01
--
01
 
Honda
   Motors
--
--
--
--
--
--
04
01
--
--
--
--
--
--
05
 
M & M
--
--
--
--
--
--
03
02
--
--
--
--
--
--
05
 
Dalmia
Cement
--
--
--
--
--
--
01
01
--
--
--
--
--
--
02
 
Total
151
57
30
132
115
33
135
37
29
23
19
13
14
01
806

                            
LOWEST SALARY : Rs. 1.07 lpa      ------
HIGEST SALARY :   Rs. 4.4 lpa       7.2 lacs
AVERAGE SALARY : Rs. 2.5 lpa     2.5 lacs

(here first means 2005-2006 and next means 2006-2007 , so for last yrs , highest was only 7.2 and average was 2.5)

Foriegn coloboration is all lies also

Name and duration of programme(s) having affiliation/collaboration with Foreign University(s)/Institution(s) and being run in the same Campus along with status of their AICTE approval. If there is foreign collaboration, give the following details:
 
Institute is not having collaboration with foreign universities.
 

all this is from Mandatory Disclosure Document that is on Manipal website for engineering.I am not able to attach it.So i will paste full document below.
You can chek on manipal website.



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MANIPAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
MANDATORY DISCLOSURE
(UPDATED-- SEPT 07)
I. NAME OF THE INSTITUTION
MANIPAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
MANIPAL ? 576104 KARNATAKA
Ph.820-2571060
Fax: (91-820) 2571071 E mail: office.mit@manipal.edu
II. NAME & ADDRESS OF THE DIRECTOR
Brig (Dr.) S.S. Pabla
DIRECTOR
Manipal Institute of Technology
Manipal 576104
Ph: 0820-2572449 (O)
Mobile 9945670303
Fax: (91-820) 2571071 E mail: ss.pabla@manipal.edu
III. NAME OF THE AFFILIATING UNIVERSITY
MANIPAL UNIVERSITY. MANIPAL
((Deemed University)
IV. GOVERNANCE
Members of Board of Management of Manipal University
(April 18, 2007)

NAME
Dr. Ramdas M. Pai Chancellor of MU & Chairman of BoM
*** Nominee of Government of India
(Nominee in place of Mr. Sunil Kumar ? Reply
from GoI awaited)
Dr. R.K. Chauhan Nominee of UGC
Dr. V.A. Pai Panandikar Nominee of Chairman
Mr. T.V.R. Shenoy Nominee of Chairman
Dr. H.S. Ballal Nominee of Chairman
Mr. M.V. Kamath Nominee of MAHE Trust
Mr. T.V. Mohandas Pai Expert Nominated by Board of Management
Mr. K.V. Kamath Expert Nominated by Board of Management
Mr. Suresh P. Prabhu Expert nominated by Board of Management
Dr. Ranjan R. Pai Expert nominated by Board of Management
Dr. Rajasekharan P. Warrier Member Secretary
Dr. R.S.P. Rao Teacher Nominee
Brig. (Dr. ) S.S. Pabla Teacher Nominee
Dr. B. Rajashekar Teacher Nominee
Dr. H. Vinod Bhat Registrar, Permanent Invitee



MANIPAL UNIVERSITY ACADEMIC SENATE MEMBERS

1. Dr H S Ballal, Pro Chancellor, MU
2. Dr Rajshekharan P Warrier, Vice-Chancellor, MU
3. Dr (Brig) S S Pabla, Pro Vice-Chancellor, MU
4. Dr S Ramanand Shetty, Director of Medical Education, Govt of Karnataka, Bangalore
5. Dr B Suresh, Principal, JSS College of Pharmacy and President, Pharmacy Council of India, New Delhi
6. Dr Anil Kohli, President, Dental Council of India, New Delhi
7. Dr K M Srinivas Gowda, #452, 38th ?A? cross, 9th Main Road, Jayanagar, 5th Block, Bangalore ? 560 041
8. Mr M D Nalapat, U 26, C/8, DLF Qutab Enclave Phase ? 3, Gurgaon ? 122 002
9. Dr J P Singh, Member Secretary, B ?22, Qutab Institutional Area, New Delhi
10. Dr B Ramjee, Director, MAHE-Dubai Campus, Knowledge Village, Dubai
11. Dr R S P Rao, Dean, KMC, Manipal
12. Dr C V Raghuveer, Dean, KMC, Mangalore
13. Dr Shobha Tandon, Dean, MCODS, Manipal
14. Dr V Surendra Shetty, Dean, MCODS, Mangalore
15. Dr Rathna Prakash, Dean, MCON, Manipal
16. Dr B Rajshekhar, Dean, MCOAHS, Manipal
17. Dr N Udupa, Principal, MCOPS, Manipal
18. Prof Bhuroshiv Das Gupta, Director (Academic), MIC, Manipal
19. Dr K V M Varambally, Director, MIM, Manipal
20. Dr K Ramnarayan, Dean, MMMC, Manipal
21. Mr Harishchandra Hebbar, Offg. Director, MCIS, Manipal
22. Prof B N Kaul, Chief Administrator, WGSHA, Manipal
23. Dr K Satyamoorthy, Director, MAHE Life Science Centre, Manipal
24. Dr Shishir Gokhale, Dean, KMC International Centre, MAHE, Manipal
25. Dr Raghuveer Pai, Director, ICAS, Manipal
26. Dr Sripathi Rao, Addl Dean, KMC, Manipal
27. Dr M Venkatraya Prabhu, Assoc Dean, KMC, Mangalore
28. Dr Krishnamoorthy, Assoc Director, MIT, Manipal
29. Dr S Narayana Rao, Controller of Examinations, MU
30. Sri T Ranga Pai, Dy. Registrar (HR & Compliance), MU
31. Dr Ullas Kamath, Dy. Registrar (Academics), MU
32. Dr H N Udupa, Dy. Registrar (Technical), MU



v Frequency of the Board Meetings and Academic Advisory Body:

Once in three months




Nature and Extent of involvement of faculty and students in academic affairs/improvements

Students can approach the Head of the Department regarding the changes in the course structure. All the faculty are involved while preparing/modifying the syllabus of each department. The Board of studies which discusses about the Academic matters also consists of few faculty of the department.

v Mechanism/Norms & Procedure for democratic/good Governance
Institute is headed by a Director and all the departments are headed by the Head of the Departments. Head of the Departments are empowered to take the decision on the matters related to their departments in consultation with Director. There are five Associate Directors to support the director in matters related to academic, placement, student welfare, alumni affairs and personal relations. The major decision will be decided in the HOD?s meeting which will be held once or two times in every month.
v Student Feedback on Institutional Governance/faculty performance
The Institute adopts a student feed back system. In this system each faculty is evaluated by each student at the end of each semester. The faculty is evaluated through 10 questionnaires each carrying 5 points each. Thus the total point is 50. The questions are framed to judge the teaching, knowledge, punctuality, sincerity, and leadership skills. The points obtained by each faculty is made known to the faculty and this gives an opportunity to every faculty to improve the area in which he is week as judged by the student. The Institute has recently started the student feed back system through on line to maintain Confidentiality.
v Grievance redressal mechanism for faculty, staff and students
For faulty and staff, the Institute has a grievance committee in the Institute headed by Joint. Director as the Chairman and three Senior faculty as the members. Faculty can report their grievances to the chairman and it will be discussed in the committee for necessary actions. The Institute has a student welfare office headed by Associate director (student welfare). Students can report their grievances to this office. There is a Suggestion/Grievance box kept in front of office of the Student welfare. Student will put their grievances if any, in that box. Joint Director will discuss about grievances in the Grivance Committee and action will be taken.



v Organizational chart and processes

MANIPAL UNIVERSITY FUNCTIONAL CHART
















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PROGRAMMES
v Name of the Programmes approved by the AICTE and accredited by the AICTE

(UG/PG)

Programmes Approved by AICTE Programmes accredited Number of seats 2006-07 Duration Fee
(General Category)
2007-08

UG COURSES Tuition fee (Rs.) Other fee (Rs.)
Biomedical Engg. Yes 30 4 yrs 61,000 61,000
Chemical Engineering Yes 40 4 yrs 61,000 61,000
Civil Engineering Applied 40 4 yrs 61,000 61,000
Computer Science and Engineering Yes 135 4 yrs 61,000 61,000
Electrical and Electronics Engg. Yes 120 4 yrs 61,000 61,000
Electronics and Communication Engg. Yes 135 4 yrs 61,000 61,000
Industrial Production Yes 40 4 yrs 61,000 61,000
Mechanical Engg. Yes 135 4 yrs 61,000 61,000
Printing Technology Yes 30 4 yrs 61,000 61,000
Information Technology - 60 4 yrs 61,000 61,000
Instrumentation & Control Engg. Applied 30 4 yrs 61,000 61,000
Bio Technology - 40 4 yrs 61,000 61,000
Mechatronics - 40 61,000 61,000
B. Architecture - 80 5 yrs 61,000 61,000
PG COURSES
Biomedical Engg. Yes 25 2 yrs 1,10,000 35,000
Computer Science & Engg. -- 25 2 yrs 1,10,000 35,000
Construction Engg. & Management Yes 18 2 yrs 1,10,000 35,000
Digital Electronics & Advanced Communication - 25 2 yrs 1,10,000 35,000
Illumination Technology - 18 2 yrs 1,10,000 35,000
Engineering Management - 18 2 yrs 1,10,000 35,000
Structural Engineering Yes 25 2 yrs 1,10,000 35,000
Computer Aided Mech.Design & Analysis - 18 2 yrs 1,10,000 35,000
Manufacturing Engg. & Tech. - 18 2 yrs 1,10,000 35,000
Instrumentation Control Systems - 18 2 yrs 1,10,000 35,000
Information & Commn.Network Engg. - 18 2 yrs 1,10,000 35,000

Astronomy and Space Engg. _ 18 2 Yrs 1,10,000 35,000
Nuclear Engineering - 18 2 Yrs 1,10,000 35,000
Software Engineering - 18 2 Yrs 1,10,000 35,000
Master of Aerchitecture
(Advance Design) - 20 2 Yrs 1,10,000 35,000

Cut off rank for admission during the last three years
Course CUT OFF RANK
2004-05 2005-06 2006-07
B.Arch 79 115 52
BE-Biomedical Engineering 3675 3598 6262
BE-Biotechnology - 2364 6325
BE-Chemical Engineering 8683 3789 7371
BE-Civil Engineering 10271 5143 9094
BE-Computer Engineering 4504 1141 1218
BE-E&E Engineering 3071 1831 1964
BE-E&C Engineering 1117 838 1007
BE-I&P Engineering 7405 3589 5075
BE- Mechanical Engineering 2687 2237 2459
BE-Printing Technology 9437 14754 14414
BE-Information Science 2726 1444 1636
BE-I&C Engineering 5381 2438 2996
B E- Mechotronics -- -- 3876

M.Tech-CAMDA 25 24
M.Tech-Biomedical Engineering 99 121
M.Tech-Computer Science & Engineering 164 163 171
M.Tech-Construction Engineering 16 - -
M.Tech-Digital Electronics 169 182 162
M.Tech-Illumination Technology 149 183 -
M.Tech-Engineering Management 13 - -
M.Tech-Structural Engineering 7 - -
M.Tech-Network Engineering - - 168
M.Tech-Control Systems - 128 -
M Tech Manufacturing Engg. - - -


Placement facilities
Institute has a placement cell headed by a senior Professor of the Institute, designated as Associate Director (Placement). It is a separate department with two full time supporting staff. The department acts as a liaison to promote interaction with industries. It arranges practical training for students in various industries throughout the country. It also endeavors to place its alumni with prospective employers by arranging recruitment tests and interviews in the campus. About 40 companies visit the campus annually to offer placement to the final year students.
The cell looks after the placement of the final and pre final students. Every year about 70% to 80% of the students studying in the Institute gets placement through this cell. The percentage of students employed through this cell is steadily growing every year.
Contact person: Prof. K J Kamath,
Associate Director (Placement),
Manipal Institute of Technology,
Manipal
? Campus placement in last three years with minimum salary, maximum salary and average salary



CAMPUS PLACEMENTS YEAR 2004-05 (July, 04 to April,05)
CS IT MCA EC EE IC ME IP CH CIV/ BM PMT MTech Total
ARC.
Infosys 28 04 01 43 14 03 07 -- 02 01 02 01 01 -- 107
TCS 29 04 01 28 08 01 14 -- 01 01 -- -- 06 -- 93
Tata Elxsi 02 01 -- 01 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 04
Socrates 01 -- -- 01 01 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 03
Wipro Tech. 33 12 04 13 13 03 02 -- -- -- 01 -- 04 85
ABB Ltd. -- -- -- -- 04 01 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 05
L & T -- -- -- 05 03 -- 03 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 11
Torry Harris 03 -- -- 06 02 01 -- -- -- -- -- -- 01 -- 13
FCG Software 01 -- -- 01 01 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 03
Ashok Ley. -- -- -- -- 01 -- 04 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 05
Quark India 04 02 02 03 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 11
Perot Syst. 02 03 -- 03 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 08
Hewlett Packard 06 01 -- 01 04 -- -- -- -- -- 01 -- -- -- 13
EMC Software 01 01 -- -- -- 01 -- -- --- -- -- -- -- -- 03
Future Software 02 01 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 03
Caritor India 01 01 03 01 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 06
Bhartia Inds. -- -- -- -- -- -- 01 02 -- -- -- -- -- -- 03
L&T Infotech 01 -- -- 01 02 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 04
Ingersoll Rand -- -- -- -- -- -- 05 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 05
Birla Soft 02 01 02 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 05
Crompton Greaves-- -- -- -- 01 -- 02 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 03
Free Scale Semi. -- -- -- 03 -- -- -- --- -- -- -- -- -- -- 03
Siemens Info.Sys. 02 01 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 01 -- 01 -- 05
Indian Army 01 -- -- -- -- -- 01 01 -- 01 -- -- -- -- 04
SLK Software 01 01 02 04
Sasken Commn. 03 03
Accenture Tech. 06 01 -- 05 -- 01 01 -- 01 -- 01 -- -- -- 16
SCM Micro Syst. -- -- -- 02 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 02
Jubilant Organosys-- -- -- -- -- -- 01 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 01
i-Gate Global Soln.-- -- -- 03 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 03
Godrej Boyce Ltd.-- -- -- -- -- -- 05 01 -- -- -- -- -- -- 06
Quick Cut -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 02 -- -- 02
HCL Tech -- -- -- 01 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 01
M & M Ltd. -- -- -- -- -- -- 04 00 -- -- -- -- -- -- 04
ACC Ltd. -- -- -- -- 03 02 01 01 03 02 -- -- -- -- 12
Wipro Fluid Power-- -- -- -- -- -- 03 01 -- -- -- -- -- -- 04
Trilogy 01 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 01
Sanmar Engg. -- -- -- -- -- 01 02 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 03
Indian Airforce -- -- -- -- -- -- 01 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 01
Microland -- -- -- 01 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 01
Emirates Casting -- -- -- -- -- -- 03 01 -- -- -- -- -- -- 04
Berger Coatings -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 01 -- -- -- -- -- 01
Lohia Group -- -- -- -- -- -- 03 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 03
Moser Baer -- -- -- -- 01 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 01
L&T Valdel -- -- -- -- -- 01 03 -- -- -- -- -- 02 -- 06
Unibuild 08 -- -- -- 08 -- 07 -- -- 17 -- -- 04 --
09 53
Flextronics -- 01 -- 02 01 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 04
GE India 03 03 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 06
Jindal Vijaynagar -- -- -- -- 06 -- 06 05 -- -- -- -- -- -- 17
i-soft Tech. -- 02 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 02
Times of India -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 02 -- -- 02
Eureka Forbes -- -- -- -- 01 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 01
Syndicate Binders-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 02 -- -- 02
Texas Instruments-- 01 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 01
-- -- -- --- --- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- ----
Total 140 41 13 125 76 15 79 12 08 31 06 05 19 572
===




CAMPUS PLACEMENTS YEAR 2005-06
CS IT MCA EC EE IC ME IP CH CIV BM PMT MTech Total

TCS 47 10 04 42 17 04 08 -- 02 -- 04 -- 01 -- 139
Infosys 14 07 01 47 14 01 09 -- 03 -- 02 -- 02 -- 100
Perot Systems 07 01 -- 02 02 -- 01 -- -- -- -- -- 01 0 14
Wipro 10 03 04 05 08 -- 08 -- 03 -- 04 -- 02 0 47
Philips 04 -- -- 01 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 05
Satyam 04 -- 04 04 03 -- 04 -- 01 -- -- -- -- -- 20
Socrates Software -- -- -- 03 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 01 -- 04
Bristlecone 01 -- -- 02 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 03
L & T Ltd. -- -- -- -- 04 -- 05 01 -- -- -- -- -- -- 10
Wipro Fluid Pow-- -- -- -- -- -- 02 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 02
Ashok Leyland -- -- -- -- -- -- 02 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 02
Elgi Equipment -- -- -- -- -- -- 01 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 01
Tata Elxsi 04 -- -- 03 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 01 -- 08
Torry Harris -- -- 03 -- 01 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 04
Aztec -- 02 -- -- 04 01 02 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 09
ABB Ltd. -- -- -- -- 01 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 01
Huawei Tech. 07 02 01 05 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 15
Sasken Commn. 04 -- -- 05 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 09
Cognizant Tech. 01 01 -- 01 05 -- 01 -- -- -- 01 -- -- 10
HPGIDC 03 01 -- -- 01 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 05
Bhartia Cutler -- -- -- -- -- -- 01 02 -- -- -- -- -- -- 03
Iflex Solutions 01 01 04 01 -- 01 03 01 -- -- -- -- -- -- 12
Sterlite -- -- -- -- 04 -- -- -- 01 -- -- -- -- -- 05
Cerner Healthcare01 02 01 08 -- -- -- -- -- -- 02 -- -- -- 14
FSS 02 -- -- 04 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 06
MCF -- -- -- -- -- -- 01 -- 01 -- -- -- -- -- 02
Hero Honda -- -- -- -- 01 -- 04 01 -- -- -- -- -- -- 06

Planetasia.com 02 -- 03 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 05
SCT Sungard -- -- -- -- -- -- 01 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 01
Accenture 06 05 02 03 07 -- 07 01 01 -- 01 01 -- -- 34
M & M -- -- -- -- -- -- 03 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 03
GE Healthcare -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 02 -- -- -- 02
Sanmar Engg. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 01 -- -- -- -- -- -- 01
Fidelity 02 03 -- 09 01 -- 01 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 16
Times of India -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 03 -- -- 03
Secon -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 01 -- -- -- -- 01
CG Coreel 01 -- -- 03 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 04
Tesco 02 -- -- 01 02 02 02 01 02 -- 01 -- 01 -- 14
EMC2 02 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 02
IBM 06 04 03 06 10 03 05 -- -- -- -- -- 06 43
L & T Valdel -- -- -- -- -- -- 01 -- -- -- -- -- 02 -- 02
Afra Printing -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 02 -- -- 02
Tavant 02 -- -- 01 02 01 -- -- 01 -- -- -- -- 08
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- ---
133 42 30 156 87 15 72 08 15 01 17 06 15 606
=== == == == == == == == == == == == == == ===
Campus Placements 2006-2007


CAMPUS PLACEMENTS YEAR 2006-07
CS IT MCA EC EE IC ME IP CH CIV BM PMT MTech Arc. Total
TCS 41 06 05 41 38 05 14 03 02 02 07 00 03 00 167
Infosys 44 26 00 31 33 09 29 09 10 03 05 01 01 00 201
Wipro 10 09 05 05 05 01 05 00 01 00 02 01 04 00 48
i-flex 03 00 00 02 02 00 08 01 00 01 01 01 00 00 19
Cognizant 02 02 02 09 09 01 02 02 03 00 01 01 00 00 34
Ashok Leyland -- -- -- -- -- -- 03 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 03
Socrates 05 -- -- 06 05 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 16
Sungard 03 -- -- 01 -- -- 02 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 06
FSS -- -- -- 05 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 05
Fedility 13 01 -- 05 04 -- 05 01 -- -- -- -- -- -- 29
Perot Systems 03 03 -- 01 01 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 08
Patni 03 02 02 02 01 05 01 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 16
L & T Ltd. -- -- -- 01 03 -- 12 -- 02 -- -- -- 02 -- 20
ABB -- -- -- -- 01 01 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 02
Onmobile 01 -- -- 01 02 -- 02 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 06
PhilipsInnovation 04 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 04
HP -- 02 02 01 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 01 -- 06
Tata Elxsi 01 -- -- 02 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 03
SLKSoftware 01 -- -- 02 -- -- 01 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 04
IBM 07 05 10 03 04 03 04 02 02 02 02 04 01 -- 49
GCI 01 -- 01 01 01 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 04
Sasken -- -- -- 05 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 05
L&TECC -- -- -- -- 01 02 11 02 -- 02 -- -- -- 01 19
Vedanta -- -- -- -- -- -- 01 01 03 -- -- -- -- -- 05
Caritor 01 -- -- -- -- 01 03 06 03 -- -- -- -- -- 14
Accenture 02 01 03 01 -- 01 04 02 03 -- -- 01 01 -- 19
Cerner 02 -- -- 01 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 02 -- 05
BhartiaCutler -- -- -- -- -- -- 01 03 -- -- -- -- -- -- 04
GMR -- -- -- -- -- 01 02 -- -- 04 -- -- -- -- 07
Philips
Med. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 03 -- -- -- 03
Times of
India -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 05 -- -- 05
TCE -- -- -- -- 01 01 03 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 05
Delphi -- -- -- 04 01 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 05
Yahoo 02 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 02
Tavant -- -- -- 02 01 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 03
Tesco 01 -- -- 01 02 01 -- -- 01 01 02 01 -- -- 10
JSW -- -- -- -- 02 03 11 -- 07 01 -- -- 02 -- 24
Qwest 01 -- -- 02 01 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 04
EMC2 02 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 02
Cummins -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 01 -- -- -- -- -- -- 01
Unitech -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 06 -- -- -- -- 06
Omnesys 01 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 01
NDPL -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 00
Volvo -- -- -- -- -- -- 02 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 02
Greaves
Cotton -- -- -- -- -- -- 01 03 -- -- -- -- -- -- 04
Intel
Tech. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 01 -- 01
Honda
Motors -- -- -- -- -- -- 04 01 -- -- -- -- -- -- 05
M & M -- -- -- -- -- -- 03 02 -- -- -- -- -- -- 05
Dalmia
Cement -- -- -- -- -- -- 01 01 -- -- -- -- -- -- 02
Total 151 57 30 132 115 33 135 37 29 23 19 13 14 01 806
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VI. FACULTY
v Branch wise list of faculty members:
? Permanent Faculty

MANIPAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, MANIPAL
Particulars of Teaching staff

12(ii) (b) Details of the Full Time Teaching Faculty exclusively appointed and working for the AICTE approved programme
with designation, date of birth, qualification alongwith class / division obtained, experience, date of joining and pay scale (Programme wise).
No. Name of the Teaching Faculty Designation Qualification with field of specialization Date of Birth Experience
a) Teaching
b)Industry
c)Research Date of Joining the institute
Gross total
Salary as on date with scale & Basic pay
Rs.
Pan Number Provident Fund Number
UG PG Doctorate a b c
FACULTY OF ARCHITECTURE
1. Dr. N K Garg Professor B.Ar M.Arch Ph.D 09-02-1946 01 35 11-09-2006 56,860 AARPG5564A
2. Prof.R.P.Deshmukh Professor B.Ar M.Arch 20-10-1949 20 07 07 19-02-1987 52,525 ACAPD2051J 0610
3. Prof.Harish Hegde Professor B.Ar 08-12-1952 08 23 23-09-1999 AALPH6690N 1915
4. Sri Ramaswamy R.N. Reader B.E M.Tech 15-05-1964 18 01-04-1989 43,019 ABJPR9737K 0784
5. Sri Raghuprem M. Reader B.E M.Tech 28-02-1962 18 01 15-02-1989 41,857 ABMPR1923N 0876
6. Sri Madhu Raj P.C. Reader B.Ar PG Dip. 26-05-1969 18 30-07-1991 41,857 1124
7. Sri M Kailasa Rao Selection Grade Lecturer B.Ar M.Arch 20-09-1969
08
05 02-05-2005 37,788 AEZPR8050A 1978
8. Sri.Meenatchi Sundaram A Selection Grade Lecturer B.Ar M.Arch 25-06-1975
02 02-01-2006 38,369 1998
9. Ms Sanghamitra Roy Selection Grade Lecturer B.Ar MCP 08-12-1966
02
10 07-02-2006 38,369 ADTPR3263J 2004
10. Ms Chitrarekha Kabre Selection Grade Lecturer B.Ar MBEM 06-06-1963 07 02 05 11-08-2007 36,625 2061
11. Sri Suboth Thomas Senior Lecturer B.Ar M.Arch 02-02-1970 12 18-02-1995 29,600 AAMPT5931B 1548
12. Ms.Lekha .S. Hegde Senior Lecturer B.Ar M.Arch 19-06-1974 09 31-08-1998 28,700 ABLPH7066F 1695
13. Ms.Deepika Shetty Senior Lecturer B.Ar PG Dip 11-12-1975 09 07-09-1998 30,704 AQGPS3021H 1699
14. C K Ajai Chandran Senior Lecturer B.Ar M.Arch 25-05-1977 02 04 11-04-2005 25,250 AHKPA2169D 1977
15. Sri Srikumar Menon Lecturer B.Ar 18-08-1970 08 04 02 09-04-1999 24,500 AFPPM1140P 1736
16. Mr.K.Sanjeeva Sherigar Lecturer AIIA 08-08-1947 05 01-11-2002 28,160 AFKPS0535F 1914
BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT
17. Dr Ramesh R Galigekere Professor
B.E
M.S
Ph.D. 16-07-1963
02
01
18 23-12-2005 48,600 AKIPG4033B 1997
18. Dr.Gopalkrishna Prabhu K. Professor
B.E
M.Tech
Ph.D. 29-10-1966
18
05 08-08-1989 52,825 AFKPK4171M 0922
19. Sri. Jagadish Shanbhag Addl. Professor B.E M.Tech 02-12-1956 25 01-07-1992 44,203 ADFPS2024Q 1231
20. Sri. Lawrence D?almeida Reader B.E M.Tech 22-07-1961 19 02 27-02-1988 44,203 ACLPD5852A 0787
21. Sri. Muralidhar Bairy Selection Grade Lecturer B.E M.Tech 17-04-1968
18 01-09-1989 42,251 ACVPB6325N 0936
22. Sri. Niranjan S Senior Lecturer B.E M.Tech 22-11-1973 09 29-11-2004 31,208 ACJPN4918M 1972
23. Sri Devadas Bhat Senior Lecturer B.E M.Tech 20-07-1970 06 05 10-09-2001 28,250 ACQPB5082K 1876
24. Ms. Hilda Mayrose Senior Lecturer B.E M.Tech 20-07-2007 07 20-07-2007 31,208 AAUPH5407L 2048
25. Ms. Rajitha K V Lecturer B.E M.Tech 28-07-1980 03 03-01-2005 21,500 ARBPK1155G 1974
26. Ms. Soni Chandrashekar Lecturer B.E M.Tech 26-11-1980 03 03-01-2005 21,500 1973
27. Ms Sheeba Devis Lecturer B.E M.Tech 02-02-1982 27-07-2007 20,750
BIOTECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT
28. Dr. V. Ramachandra Murthy Reader
B.E
M.Tech
Ph.D 15-02-1968
14
06 02-02-1993 40,948 ABTPM6851F 1388
29. Sri. M Ramananda Bhat Senior Lecturer B.E M.Tech 27-02-1968 08 08 16-08-2007 31,712 AEWPB7281G 2084
30. Sri. S Raja Lecturer B.E M.Tech 12-03-1979 04 10-05-2006 24,125 AGSPR8377B 2007
31. Sri. V Thivaharan Lecturer B.E M.Tech 02-04-1981 02 01-06-2006 21,125 AFGPT2487M 2008
32. Sri. S Balaji Lecturer M.Sc, M.Phil 21-12-1980
01
02 20-06-2007 20,750 2046
33. Sri. V Rajashekar Lecturer B.E M.Tech 13-02-1982 01 08-08-2007 20,750 2078

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT
34. Dr. B.N.Reddy Professor B.E M.Tech Ph.D 06-10-1949 27 05 03 11-10-1982 47,200 ACNPR4875M 0517
35. Dr. Jayadev Bhat Professor B.E M.E Ph.D 28-05-1948 34 03 18-07-1973 61,499 ADZPB6724C 0370
36. Dr. P.K.A. Muniswaran Professor B.E M.Tech Ph.D 27-04-1948 33 01 03 11-03-1974 56,860 AEBPM5473L 0375
37. Dr. P.S. Murthy Professor B.E M.E Ph.D 11-08-1950 28 03 03-05-1982 50,000 ACHPM3471A 0497

38. Sri. S. Sivasankaran Addl. Professor B.E M.Tech 15-05-1957 23 02 10-10-1984 43,600 AFQPS7818R 0573
39. Sri. K.Balakrishna Prabhu Reader B.E M.Tech 03-04-1964
19
01 17-09-1988 46,156 ACOPP0353P 0848
40. Sri. S. Harish Kumar Selection Grade Lecturer
B.E
M.Tech 19-07-1968
12 29-09-1993 38,369 AELPS7434P 1450
41. Sri Srinivas Kini Senior Lecturer B.E M.Tech 13-05-1970 07 05 20-11-2000 28,700 AIMPK1279K 1857
42. Sri. Girish C R Lecturer B.E M.Tech 02-04-1981 01 01 01-06-2006 21,125 ALAPG0974G 2009
CIVIL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT
43. Dr. Narayan Sabhahit Professor B.E M.Tech Ph.D. 04-11-1962 19 10 12-10-1988 53,600 AFBPS2542D 0854
44. Dr. A.Krishnamoorthy Professor B.E M.E Ph.D. 30-06-1962 22 15 19-11-1985 55,229 ACZPK7836K 0614
45. Dr. H.N.Udayashankar Professor M.Sc PhD 20-05-1961 23 01 03 04-05-1984 53,600 AACPU6114B 0563
46. Dr. H.R.Dhananjaya Professor B.E M.E PhD 01-06-1963 9 1 7 15-02-1990 46,500 ACLPD2737Q 0965
47. Sri. Keshavjee Sharma Addl Professor B.E M.Tech 23-01-1954 24 13-05-1983 44,182 AGLPS4075L 0526

48. Sri N.S.Anand Rao Addl Professor B.E M.E 04-05-1959 20 03 24-09-1987 46,156 ABIPA0393H 0763
49. Sri. Srinivas Raghavan Reader B.E M.Tech 02-05-1961 21 06-03-1986 47,459 AFKPS1087E 0631
50. Sri. Prakash Rao.B. Reader B.E M.Tech 08-02-1963 20 02 05 18-02-1987 46,807 ACNPR4915Q 0703
51. Sri. A.Ganesh Reader B.E M.E 25-09-1964 21 13-08-1986 44,203 ABMPG0063G 0637
52. Sri. B.S.Srinivas Prabhu Reader B.E M.Tech 17-06-1963 20 01 19-08-1987 41,275 AEEPP6783K 0752
53. Sri. B.H.Venkatram Pai Reader B.E M.Tech 26-09-1964 21 30-10-1987 41,275 ADZPP7018B 0774
54. Sri. K.Phaniraj Reader B.E M.E 17-12-1962 17 04 14-02-1990 44,203 ABZPP1827C 0964
55. Sri. Kiran Kamath Reader B.E M.Tech 30-07-1966 15 01 02 12-05-1992 43,552 AGYPK0219P 1267
56. Dr. Narayana Shenoy K. Reader M.Sc Ph.D. 11-12-1962 19 03-10-1988 44,248 AHWPS8418H 0856
57. Dr. Gicy M Kovoor Reader B.E M.Tech PhD 04-10-1959 25 11-06-2007 44,203 ABPPK4389N 2045
58. Dr. Kiran Kumar Shetty Reader B.E M.Tech PhD 01-06-1976 07 27-07-2007 41,365 2052
59. Sri.Balakrishna Rao Selection Grade Lecturer B.E M.Tech 08-07-1965
20

03 30-10-1987 42,902 ABVPR6618R 0775
60. Sri. Mohandas Chadaga Selection Grade Lecturer B.E M.Tech 16-07-1965
19
03 05-10-1988 42,251 ABZPC7402N 0853
61. Ms. Susan J.V. Rego Selection Grade Lecturer B.E M.Tech 14-06-1965
19
01 19-03-1988 42,251 ADLPR2908N 0790
62. Sri. Ravindranath Selection Grade Lecturer B.E M.Tech 10-05-1968
15
01 01-05-1992 41,599 ACGPR5126G 1254
63. Sri K Ganesh Kini Selection Grade Lecturer B.E M.Tech 07-05-1964
08 02.11.1999 37,788 AMJPK1380Q 0851
64. Ms. Asha Udaya Rao Senior Lecturer B.E M.Tech 29-03-1975 08 01 26-04-1999 31,712 ADRPR6847A 1742
65. Dr. B Manu Lecturer B.E M.Tech PhD 10-02-1974 02 06 02-02-2006 22,700 AOPPM594C 2002
66. Ms. Lathashri U A Lecturer B.E M.Tech 09-12-1981 02 06-08-2007 22,700 AGNPA5682M 2063
COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT
67. Dr. Subba Reddy N.V. Professor B.E M.E Ph.D. 01-06-1960 23 01-09-2001 50,000 ALQPS4349M 1872
68. Dr. Prema K.V. Professor B.E M.Tech Ph.D. 12-06-1966 15 02-07-2001 46,500 ACOPV1741R 1869
69. Dr Sridhar Aithal Professor M Sc Ph D 5-12-1953 10 12 15-11-2007 53,600
70. Sri Chandrasekhar Navada Reader
B.E
M.E 02-08-1961
21 01-01-1987 47,459 AAPPN4135E 0654
71. Sri Dinesh Acharya U. Reader B.E M.Tech 03-02-1964 19 26-10-1989 45,506 AAXPA4030D 0946
72. Sri Gopalakrishna Kini N. Reader B.E M.Tech 25-08-1965
20 23-09-1988 41,857 AEWPK5780M 0850
73. Sri Harish S.V. Reader B.E M.Tech 08-08-1966 19 08-04-1996 45,506 AAGPH4790L 1588
74. Smt. Radhika M. Pai Reader B.E M.Tech 07-07-1969 15 31-07-1992 41,857 1293
75. Smt. Renuka A. Reader B.E M.Tech 07-07-1969 15 27-08-1993 44,203 ABOPA2733R 1439
76. Smt. Ashalatha Nayak Reader B.E M.Tech 22-07-1967 13 28-03-1994 41,275 1491
77. Sri Krishnamoorthi Reader B.E M.Tech 30-05-1966 18 11-05-1999 44,203 AEUPM3197G 1744
78. Ms.Geetha M Selection Grade Lecturer MSc M.Phil
M.Tech 18-10-1966
16 29-07-1991 41,599 ACVPM1438K 1123
79. Smt. Hemalatha S. Senior Lecturer B.E M.Tech 05-03-1969 11 05-03-1996 32,720 ADOPS5731R 1583
80. Ms. Manjula Shenoy K. Senior Lecturer B.E M.Tech 13-08-1972 12 01-06-1995 32,216 1531
81. Smt. Smitha N. Pai Senior Lecturer B.E M.Tech 10-11-1969 15 29-08-1997 32,216 AJLPP9125F 1663
82. Smt. Raksha V.Prabhu Senior Lecturer B.E M.Tech 28-11-1975 08 01-09-1999 31,712 AJOPP7161L 1733
83. Sri Vijay S. Rajpurohit Senior Lecturer B.E M.Tech 23-05-1975 10 27-08-1998 29,150 1692
84. Ms.Suma D. Senior Lecturer B.E M.Tech 20-05-1972 08 20-08-2002 29,150 ATBPS7038J 1892
85. Sri Srikanth Prabhu Senior Lecturer MSc M.Tech 20-09-1975 09 27-08-1998 28,700 AKVPP5636Q 1691
86. Mr.Chidananda Acharya Senior Lecturer B.E M.Tech 22-03-1961
21 10-09-2004 30,704 ACBPA1037G 0939
87. Sri Chennabasappa Arvi Lecturer B.E M.Tech 01-06-1974 07 08-05-2000
88. Sri. Rajesh G. Lecturer B.E M.Tech 29-03-1976 07 19-10-2000 22,250 AERRP1243K 1844
89. Sri Sunil Kamath Lecturer B.E M.Tech 12-04-1978 07 24-10-2000
90. Mr.Praveen Pai T. Lecturer B.E M.Tech 13-02-1971 05 20-08-2002 24,380 AIYPPP3717D 1901
91. Mr.P.C.Siddalingaswamy Lecturer B.E M.Tech 30-10-1978
04 31-03-2003 22,250 AMSPP6286D 1931
92. Mr.Siddhaling Urolagin Lecturer B.E M.Tech 27-02-1979 03 18-08-2004 23,540 AASPU8871H 1964
93. Ms.Mamatha Balachanda Lecturer B.E M.Tech 16-04-1971
08 10-09-2004 22,250 AISPB3025C 1739
94. Ms C Anita Marax Lecturer B.E 09-01-1983 01 21-09-2006 20,750 2023
95. Ms Sucharitha Shetty Lecturer B.E 12-11-1978 03-03-2007 22,280 AQHPS8828D 2039
96. Ms Anitha Kini Lecturer B.E 06-02-1976 01 02 05-03-2007 20,750 1983
97. Ms Savitha A Shenoy Lecturer B.E M.Tech 24-09-1981 02 17-03-2007 22,280 1944
98. Ms P B Shanthi Lecturer B.E 08-02-1977 02 03-08-2007 20,750 1988
99. Dasharath K Shetty Lecturer B.E M.B.A 12-02-1980 03 14-08-2007 22,280 2077
100. Ms Rajashree Krishna Lecturer B.E 26-03-1984 23-08-2007 22,280
101. Mr Vipin Kumar N Lecturer B E M Tech 26-05-1980 03 25-09-2007 22,250
ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT
102. Dr. Vinod V. Thomas Professor B.E M.Tech Ph.D. 27-07-1961 24 03 28-10-1983 52,825 AAWPT2342L 0536
103. Dr. Radhakrishna S. Professor B.E M.Tech Ph.D. 20-04-1962 21 01 04 17-08-1988 53,600 AAVPA0499C 0827
104. Sri Chandrashekara Adiga S. Professor B.E M.Tech PhD 23-12-1964
18
03 07-08-1990 49,725 AEGPA8159J 1005
105. Mrs.Ciji Pearl Kurian Professor B.E M.Tech PhD 22-05-1964 20 04 17-08-1987 46,500 ABYPK7032K 0751
106. Sri V. Nagaraj Addl. Professor B.E M.E 17-02-1956 28 02 28-02-1979 45,925 AASPN2265J 0462
107. Sri B. K. Singh Addl. Professor B.E M.Tech 12-01-1954 26 04 13-11-1981 44,763 ABTPB5265E 0501
108. Sri Sudhir Kumar T. S. Addl. Professor BSc M.Sc 27-06-1958 24 14-11-1983 47,459 AEJPK2376J 0535
109. Sri Mohan Kumar S. Addl. Professor B.E M.Tech 20-10-1960 22 05-08-1985 46,807 AIMPK7870Q 0607
110. Sri Vijendra Kamath M. Reader B.E M.Tech 30-10-1954 22 04 12-08-1985 41,857 AEZPK9114J 0608
111. Sri Ravishankar Kamath Reader B.E M.Tech 05-11-1967 17 04 30-08-1990 44,855 AEZPK1323B 1020
112. Mr.Nagaraja Udupa Reader B.E M.E 20-07-1963 04 01-11-2003 43,552 AAGPU9676A 1949
113. Mrs. Savitha G. Kini Selection Grade Lecturer B.E M.Tech 05-07-1968
16
04 25-02-1991 41,599 ADMPK2869E 1054
114. Sri Harish Padiyar U. Selection Grade Lecturer B.E M.Tech 04-03-1969
16
01 31-08-1991 41,599 AESPP1757P 1144
115. Mrs.Jayalakshmi N. S. Selection Grade Lecturer B.E M.Tech 20-07-1967
15 22-07-1992 38,950 ABZPJ0772A 1291
116. Ms.Rajalakshmi Samaga B.L Selection Grade Lecturer B.E M.Tech 18-05-1969
17 23-07-2004 38,369 ACEPR8846B 1959
117. Sri Gururaja Rao H.V. Selection Grade Lecturer B.E M.Tech 21-03-1968
14
01 09-08-2004 40,298 ADLPR5149K 1962
118. Ms.R.C.Mala Selection Grade Lecturer B.E M.Tech 04-02-1968
15 09-08-2004 38,369 AFGPM1785F 1961
119. Mrs. Vijayalaxmi Selection Grade Lecturer B.E M.Tech 28-02-1971 13 01-01-1995 36,625 AAYPV2310E 1534
120. Mrs. Kalpana G. Bhat Senior Lecturer B.E M.E 21-07-1972 12 18-08-1995 32,216 AEWPB8408H 1559
121. Sri P.N. Hrishikesha Senior Lecturer B.E M.Tech 01-02-1967 07 03 22-04-2000 32,720 AAVPH3268G 1808
122. Ms. Sandhyalaxmi K. Senior Lecturer B.E M.Tech 05-11-1975 09 19-08-1998 31,208 ADQPN8663B 1683
123. Sri P. Giridhar Kini Senior Lecturer B.E M.Tech 09-12-1973 08 02-11-1999 31,208 AGYPK0225H 1791
124. Sri M.Mahesh Senior Lecturer B.E M.Tech 24-06-1974 08 14-11-2003 30,704 ALKPM9105F 1947
125. Ms.Chandrika B.K. Senior Lecturer B.E M.Tech 11-08-1971 09 15-10-2004 30,704 AGEPB7956N 1968
126. Sri Harish Kumar J R Senior Lecturer B.E M.Tech 22-05-1974 10 02-08-2006 30,200 ABXPH6425N 2016
127. Sri Shankaranarayana K Senior Lecturer B.E M.Tech 10-05-1977 06 18-08-2003 30,200 ANBPK7000L 1939
128. Sri Shailesh K R Senior Lecturer B.E M.Tech 10-05-1976 04 04 18-08-2003 30,200 AHBPR5387F 1938
129. Sri.R.Shivrudra Swamy Senior Lecturer B.E M.Tech 12-03-1967 06 02 20-08-2003 30,200 BFJPS3454K 1941
130. Sri Narasimha Raju B.L Lecturer B.E M.Tech 20-05-1975 06 20-08-2003 23,540 AEPPN5692G 1940
131. Sri Laxman Rao S. Paragond Lecturer B.E M.Tech 22-07-1974 06
31-10-2003 23,540 ALPPP6423L 1948
132. Ms. Bharathi Lecturer B.E M.Tech 24-12-1981 15-11-2006 20,750 2028
133. Ms Bindu S Lecturer BE M TECH 31-3-1981 1 10-12-2007 20,750
ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT
134. Dr. Kumara Shama Professor B.E M.Tech Ph.D. 06-06-1965 20 25-09-1987 49,725 AJJPS7115E 0765
135. Prof.Laxminarayana Maradithaya Professor B.E M.E 30-05-1944
36 18-08-1988 38,151 ADKPM4969P
136. Prof.P.Sashidhar Rao Professor B.E M.E 28-04-1951 33 08-08-1975 56,860 ADSPR6921J 0410
137. Prof.T.G.S.Chandrasekharappa Professor B.E M.Tech 18-02-1953
32 27-01-1975 53,451 AAXPC7153K 0400
138. Prof.Chandrakar Kamath V Professor B.E M.Tech 28-05-1956
29 04-09-1978 53,011 AEEPK1462J 0446
139. Sri Mruthyunjaya H.S Professor B.E M.S PhD 02-06-1964 19 13-08-1990 49,725 ADSPM2927K 0998
140. Sri Prabhakar Nayak K. Addl. Professor B.E M.Tech 28-10-1955 28 29-09-1979 48,110 ABIPN0806C 0470
141. Sri Stanly Oswald Maben Addl. Professor B.E M.Tech 14-05-1962
22 01-02-1985 44,182 ABTPM6846L 0583
142. Sri Dayananda Nayak Reader B.E M.Tech 20-07-1965 19 08-03-1989 44,855 AAZPN5400A 0879
143. Sri Sadashiva Kamath V.S. Reader B.E M.Tech 01-06-1966
18 27-04-1989 44,203 AFTPK9907N 0899
144. Smt.T.K.Padmashree Reader B.E M.Tech 01-06-1960 19 15-07-1988 40,694 ACJPP2028G 0719
145. Dr. M. Sathish Kumar Reader M.E Ph.D. 28-03-1967 14 20-02-1998 39,646 AIOPK3228N 1335
146. Dr. V H S Murthy Reader M.Sc M.Tech Ph.D. 15-06-1963 05 18 01-03-2007 42,902 2038
147. Sri Somasekhara Bhat Selection Grade Lecturer
B.E
M.Tech 26-09-1968
16 13.01-1995 38,950 ABTPB5413 1538
148. Sri Shankaranarayana Bhat M Selection Grade Lecturer
B.E
M.Tech 08-05-1965
17 07-09-1991 41,599 AFVPB1071Q 1140
149. Sri D.V.Kamath Selection Grade Lecturer
B.E
M.Tech 22-09-1965
16
01 30-04-1999 39,647 AAWPV6640H 1743
150. Sri Vasanth Kumar P Selection Grade Lecturer B.E M.Tech 18-01-1965
06
18 25-07-2007
42,250 ABTPK3716B 2051
151. Sri H.Srikanth Kamath Senior Lecturer B.E M.Tech 05-03-1970 13 01 30-11-1994 32,216 BHGPS4304F 1527
152. Sri Jagadish Nayak Senior Lecturer B.E M.Tech 14-01-1971 11 03 16-10-1998 32,216 ACLPN2155J 1706
153. Ms. Kanthi Senior Lecturer B.E M.Tech 13-02-1973 11 14-09-2001. 32,216 AKHPK9276H 1879
154. Ms.Aparna U. Senior Lecturer B.E M.Tech 21-04-1976 09 04-09-1998 31,208 AAIPU6987G 1700
155. Sri Subramanya Nayak Senior Lecturer B.E M.Tech 21-12-1966 08 10 24-09-1999 31,208 ACKPN9364J 1781
156. Sri Balachandra Achar H.V Senior Lecturer B.E M.Tech 08-08-1971
08
06 23-09-1999 29,150 AEHPA1960J 1779
157. Sri. Vishnumurthy Kedlaya Senior Lecturer B.E M.Tech 17-07-1978
07 25-11-2000 30,200 ALPPK1996B 1858
158. Sri Bore Gowda Senior Lecturer B.E M.Tech 22-07-1972 09 24-01-2007 28,250 AUZPS6224P 2031
159. Sri Prashanth Kumar H Senior Lecturer B.E M.Tech 28-10-1976 06 10-09-2001 30,200 AKXPK2335B 1875
160. Sri. Hemanth Kumar A R SeniorLecturer B.E M.Tech 09-09-1975 08 19-09-2005 28,250 1992
161. Sri Krishnamurthy Nayak Senior Lecturer B.E M.Tech 10-09-1971
08
01 02-05-2000 30,200 ACLPN2154K 1794
162. Sri Laxmikanth A.Bhat Senior Lecturer B.E M.Tech 25-06-1964 10 10 03-09-1997 30,704 AFZPB1661G 1636
163. Ms. Devika R.Pai SeniorLecturer B.E M.Tech 13-10-1977 08 18-08-2001 28,250 AJDPP6500C 1870
164. Sri Jagadeesh Chandra R B Senior Lecturer B.E M.Tech 28-01-1970
10
09-08-2007
29,600 2064
165. Sri Udaya Kumar Senior Lecturer B.E M.Tech 24-04-1973 09 16-08-2007 30,050 2079
166. Sri Prakash Ramachandran Sr. Lecturer B E M Tech 15-9-1968 10 2-11-2007 28,250
167. Sri. A. Gopal Krishna Pai Lecturer B.E 10-05-1979
07 17-10-2000 23,000 AIQPP1283L 1839
168. Mr.Shounak De Lecturer B.E M.Tech 07-08-1980 06 17-08-2004 21,875 AYVPS8983R 1965
169. Sri Shailendra Kumar Tiwari Lecturer M.Sc M.Tech 10-09-1982 01-08-2007 20,750 2071
170. Sri Vijay S R Lecturer B.E M.Tech 10-01-1980 03 06-08-2007 21,500 2062
171. Ms Siona Menezes Lecturer B.E M.Tech 10-07-1983 14-08-2007 22,280 2082
172. Sri Pramodh Kumar Lecturer B.E M.Tech 05-11-1979 03 16-08-2007 21,875 2081
INFORMATION & COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY
173. Dr. Manohara Pai M.M Professor B.E M.Tech Ph.D. 04-03-1965 15 03 10-02-1992 53,600 ADAPP7248N 1253
174. Dr. Kumkum Garg Professor BSc M.Tech Ph.D. 25-11-1949 30 15-01-2007 26,860 AARPG5565B 2034
175. Sri Balachandra Senior Lecturer B.E M.Tech 06-12-1968 15 18-04-1998 31,208 AHJPB8262F 1673
176. Mr. Preetham Kumar Senior Lecturer B.E M.Tech 07-09-1968 08 15-09-1999 31,208 ALAPK9086B 1767
177. Ms. Shanthala Kamath M. Senior Lecturer M.Sc 26-03-1977
07 28-04-2000 30,200 AJDPK0861D 1810
178. Mr. Karunakar A Kotegar SeniorLecturer MCA 07-07-1972
10 17-10-2000 30,200 AIMPK1280C 1838
179. Mr. Tojo Thomas SeniorLecturer MCS 04-12-1975 09 02-11-2000 28,250 ACNPT1523G 1854
180. Ms.Pallavi R.Mane Senior Lecturer B.E M.Tech 31-08-1974 10 01 04-02-2003 32,216 AHYPM6464D 1918
181. Mr.Keshavamurthy B.N. Senior Lecturer B.E M.Tech 19-06-1969 08 21-09-2002 30,704 ADOPN7866N 1906
182. Ms.Chandrakala C.B. Senior Lecturer B.E M.Tech 22-05-1974 04 05-12-2003 28,700 AHLPB0088K 1950
183. Sri Santhosha Rao Senior Lecturer B.E M.Tech 09-03-1976 09 20-08-1998 30,200 ADVPR3003L 1685
184. Ms.Poornalatha B. Senior Lecturer B.E M.Tech 17-06-1975 06 16-10-2002 30,200 AHGPG2944N 1911
185. Mr.Ajitha Shenoy K.B Lecturer M.Tech 28-05-1977 04 04-09-2003 23,540 BARPS1284C 1943
186. Mr.Sanjay Singh Lecturer B.E M.Tech 15-03-1976 04 27-01-2004 21,875 AZCPS9344N 1951
187. Ms. Anitha H Lecturer B.E M.Tech 22-07-1979 02 01 24-08-2005 21,500 1987
188. Sri Harish K Lecturer B.E M.Tech 16-09-1979 03 15-12-2005 22,700 ACJPH8697K 1999
189. Ms. Supreetha S Lecturer B.E M.Tech 20-05-1980 03 29-08-2006 20,750 1958
190. Ms. Rashmi Lecturer B.E 20-06-1979 03 28-08-2006 22,700 AJCPP8642A 2019
191. Ms. Divya S Lecturer B.E 20-10-1984 01 28-08-2006 22,700 2021
192. Sri. Santhosh Kamath Lecturer B.E 01-01-1982 02 28-08-2006 22,280
193. Ms. Shoba Lecturer B.E 17-01-1981 03 20-01-2007 23,540 2035
194. Ms. Diana Olivia Lecturer B.E 17-01-1981 03 02 20-01-2007 22,280 AAHPO7041A 2026
195. Ms. Anuradha Rao Lecturer MCA 27-06-1968 01-08-2007 20,750 2056
196. Sri Prakash K Aithal Lecturer B.E 23-09-1978 01 09-08-2007 20,750
197. Sri R Vinoth Lecturer B.E M.Tech 27-04-1974 03 02 16-08-2007 21,875 2083
198. Sri Vinayak M Mantoor Lecturer MCA 22-07-1971 08 13-09-2007 22,280
199. SRI MADHUSUDAN S Lecturer BE MTech 23-06-1978 21-09-2007 22,280
200. MR P KARTHIK Lecturer Be M Tech 5-11-1981 4 2-11-2007 20,750
INSTRUMENTATION & CONTROL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT
201. Dr. George V. I. Professor B.E M.Tech Ph.D. 03-06-1961 22 05 02-09-1985 51,275 ABGPG5002K 0611
202. Prof. C.V.Mahale Professor B.E M.E 13-04-1951 32 01-09-1975 49,500 AIQPM4228E 0415
203. Mr.P.R.Venkateswaran Saenior Lecturer B.E M.E 30-06-1973 08 24-08-2002 29,150 AJNPP7703K 1890
204. Mr. Sarvana Kumar G Saenior Lecturer B.E M.E 18-01-1966 09 03 13-10-2005 29,600 BGDPS5967C 1995
205. Ms.Surekha Kamath Senior Lecturer B.E M.Tech 20-07-1971 11 29-01-2004 30,704 AMQPK9560R 1599
206. Mrs.Sandra D' Souza Senior Lecturer B.E M.Tech 07-01-1969 16 01-03-2004 30,704 AELPD0097G
207. Mr.C.Gurudas Nayak Lecturer B.E M.S 29-12-1976 05 13 09-08-2002 26,480 ACAPC5501C 1899
208. Mr.S.Meenatchi Sundaram Lecturer B.E M.Tech 04-06-1976
078 29-01-2004 23,540 AKHPM0808M 1952
209. Ms. Shubha Lecturer B.E M.Tech 11-04-1971 08 13-07-2005 23,960 AYIPS6125N 1823
210. Mr. Thirunavukkarasu Lecturer B.E M.Tech 18-08-1981 02 15-07-2006 21,125 2011
211. S Mr. Cyril Joseph Lecturer B.E 10-12-1983 22-08-2007 20,750
212. Mr. Bipin Krishna Lecturer B.E 16-02-1983 07-09-2007 13,075
MECHANICAL & INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT
213. Dr. A.M.Chincholkar Professor B.E M.Tech Ph.D. 19-04-1961 20 04 29-12-2000 50,700 AAOPC7682E 1862
214. Dr. Raghuvir Pai Professor B.E Ph.D. 26-03-1960 25 04 01-10-1982 56,870 ACOPP0280H 0528
215. Prof. K.J.Kamath Professor B.E PGDIE 29-11-1943 41 07-07-1966 38,920
216. Prof. B.N. Pajithaya Professor B.E M.Tech 30-07-1949 38 06-01-1972 52,525 ADNPP6894M 0376
217. Prof. B.S. Baliga Professor B.E M.Tech 31-05-1948 34 01-08-1973 52,525 AHVPB3519M 0381
218. Prof. K.M.Nanjundaiah Professor B.E M.Sc 23-11-1946 32 08-08-1975 32,963 ABEPN5258J 0409
219. Prof. S.K.Bhat Professor B.E M.Tech 18-03-1952 30 02 03-10-1977 49,500 ABUPB5830G 0441
220. Prof. Ramachandra P. Professor B.E M.E 20-06-1949 32 08-08-1975 49,500 ACBPR0227R 0406
221. Prof. C.S.Kamath Professor B.E M.E 06-11-1948 31 31-08-1976 53,670 ADVPK5918R 0433
222. Prof. B. Jayarama Rao Professor B.E M.Tech 01-09-1952 30 15-03-1977 53,230 ABJPR9635C 0434
223. Dr. Yagnesh Sharma Professor B.E M.Tech Ph.D. 08-09-1955 25 03 13-04-1982 52,825 AFGPF6284K 0502
224. Dr.. Raviraj Professor B.E M.Tech Ph.D. 22-07-1964 20 02 30-07-1987 49,725 ACMPR5370G 0739
225. Dr. Divakara Shetty Professor B.E M.Tech Ph.D. 10-08-1958 20 01-07-1987 49,725 AFSPS7860R 0733
226. Dr. Jagannath K Professor B.E M.Tech Ph.D. 27-02-1961 23 14-03-1984 50,500 ACZPK7936L 0550
227. Dr. Raghunandan K. Professor B.E M.Tech Ph.D. 08-12-1968 15 03 08-08-1992 49,725 ACSPR7728L 1302
228. Dr. Chandrashekar Bhat Professor B.E M.Tech Ph.D. 22-07-1962 20 03-08-1987 49,725 ABUPB5870E 0746
229. Sri.T. Rajadurai Addl. Professor B.E M.Tech 16-06-1950 25 06-09-1982 45,344 ABJPR9636B 0518
230. Sri. Kantharaj A.N Addl. Professor B.E M.Tech 20-07-1959 25 01-10-1982 48,110 AIHPK5133F 0519
231. Sri. Anjaiah. D Addl. Professor B.E M.Tech 01-01-1958 23 02-02-1984 44,182 ABPPA3101N 0541
232. Sri. K.Ananthakrishna Holla Addl. Professor B.E M.Tech 13-10-1949
22 22-01-1986 44,182 AAIPH6336A 0623
233. Dr. Ll Raj Rodrigues Addl. Professor B.E M.Tech PhD 30-06-1961 17 06-12-1990 45,625 ADMPR0677B 1035
234. Dr. Sathyashankar Sharma Addl. Professor B.E M.Tech PhD 06-05-1964 20 24-09-1987 45,625 ACRPS2772A 0764
235. Dr. Mohan N.S. Addl. Professor B.E M.Tech PhD 20-11-1962 19 09-08-1988 42,700 AEVPM0470K 0820
236. Sri. Rajendra B. Reader B.E M.Tech 17-11-1960 23 13-03-1984 47,459 AFSPB2135C 0549
237. Sri. Nagaraja Reader B.E M.Tech 21-07-1960 19 11-07-1988 46,156 AAMPN5334Q 0800
238. Sri. Ramadev Herle Reader B.E M.Tech 18-11-1962 20 18-03-1987 44,855 AAHPH2722D 0951
239. Sri. Achutha Kini U. Reader B.E M.Tech 20-05-1964 21 24-06-1987 44,855 AECPK7296N 0730
240. Sri. D.Srikanth Rao Reader B.E M.Tech 18-01-1962 18 05 15-04-1989 44,855 ABDPR5990E 0720
241. Sri. K.V.Karantha Reader B.E M.Tech 03-05-1966 20 23-07-1987 44,203 ABGPV2476G 0736
242. Sri. Rajagopal Chadaga Reader B.E M.Tech 20-09-1965 19 15-07-1988 44,203 ABMPC3472F 0805
243. Dr. A. Vittaleswar Reader B.E M.E PhD 14-02-1966 16 13-09-1991 41,599 AATPV5519Z 1189
244. Dr. R Venkatraman Reader B.E M.E PhD 26-05-1962 01 16 06-08-2007 44,203 2080
245. Sri. Rajaram Hande Selection Grade Lecturer B.E M.Tech 24-01-1965
20 29-07-1987 49,902 AAKPH6308L 0738
246. Sri. H.C.Shivaprasad Selection Grade Lecturer B.E M.Tech 12-12-1961 15 05-08-1992 AJFPS9244Q 1296
247. Sri. Udaya Kumar Shetty S.V. Selection Grade Lecturer B.E M.Tech 15-07-1965
19 18-08-1988 42,902 AGFPS9245R 0821
248. Sri. P.Srinivas Rao Selection Grade Lecturer B.E M.Tech 01-07-1964
18 15-03-1989 40,113 AAXPR7869P 0880
249. Sri. A.B.V.Barboza Selection Grade Lecturer B.E M.Tech 20-04-1967
17 09-07-1990 42,251 ACPPB2040N 0995
250. Sri. Gopalkrishna B. Selection Grade Lecturer B.E M.Tech 05-10-1962
18 04-04-1989 39,532 ADEPG4418P 0898
251. Sri. P. Krishnananda Rao Selection Grade Lecturer B.E M.Tech 20-01-1967
13 01-12-1994 41,599 ABRPR0705K 1528
252. Sri. M.Vijaya Kini Selection Grade Lecturer B.E M.Tech 15-04-1965 12 01 19-01-1996 36,625 ACMPK1542K 1577
253. Sri. Y.Srihari Upadhyaya Selection Grade Lecturer B.E M.Tech 11-09-1969 12 03 16-02-1995 38,995 AAJPU3219J 1545
254. Sri. Pradeep Kumar Shetty Selection Grade Lecturer B.E M.Tech 05-12-1963 19 08-08-2007 40,948 AJPS9018Q 2060
255. Sri. Gangadhar Rao Senior Lecturer B.E M.Tech 08-08-1968 11 01-03-1996 33,224 ADVPR6652F 1582
256. Sri. Sathish Prabhu Senior Lecturer B.E M.Tech 07-11-1966 11 05 29-02-1996 32,216 AIAPP4615Q 1581
257. Sri. B Ramamohan Pai Senior Lecturer B.E M.Tech 11-09-1967 16 13-07-2005 30,704 AEDPP3933J 0992
258. Sri. Murthy B R N Senior Lecturer B.E M.Tech 20-07-1970 09 18-09-2006 30,200 2024
259. Sri Rajesh Nayak Senior Lecturer B.E M.Tech 01-06-1974 06 03-10-2006 30,200 AEIPN8023J 2025
260. Sri Raviraj Shetty Senior Lecturer B.E M.Tech 23-06-1974 05 28-10-2002 30,200 AXSPS0864M 1913
261. Sri Satish Shenoy B. Senior Lecturer B.E M.Tech 02-09-1976 05 02 07-10-2002 30,200 AXGPS3455E 1908
262. Sri S Krishnan Senior Lecturer B.E M.Tech 27-01-1964 05 08 04 20-07-2007 32,216 2050
263. Sri Chandrakant Kini Senior Lecturer B.E M.Tech 26-07-1977 06 17-09-2007 30,200
264. Sri Sudhir C.V. Lecturer B.E M.Tech 26-06-1979 04 02-04-2003 23,960 AXAPS8992E 1926
265. Sri. Raghavendra Kamath C Lecturer B.E M.Tech 03-11-1977
07 13-07-2005 23,540 ANBPK7025M 1830
266. Sri. Raghavendra Prabhu P Lecturer B.E M.Tech 12-04-1980
02
01 13-07-2005 23,120 AOPPP1256C 1980
267. Sri Shah Mohammed Abdul Kader Lecturer B.E M.Tech 05-08-1983 21-07-2007 20,750 AUHPK4344G 2049
268. Sri Umeshkannan P Lecturer B.E M.Tech 28-04-1980 03 03-08-2007 21,875 2059
269. Sri Rakesh L Lecturer B.E M.Tech 10-03-1977 04 01 14-08-2007 22,250 2073
270. Sri Kevin Amith Mathias Lecturer B.E 07-11-1982 21-07-2007 22,280 APMPM1647N 2075
271. Sri Sagar M Pattar Lecturer B.E M.Tech 04-05-1977 03 02 16-08-2007 21,500 2085
272. Sri Narayanan S Lecturer B E 16-11-1965 17-09-2007 21500
PRINTING & MEDIA ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT
273. Dr. G K Sharma Professor B.E M.Tech PhD 21-03-1942 40 18-01-2007 56,860
274. Sri Amruthraj H.Krishna Senior Lecturer B.E M.Tech 09-05-1969 06 14-09-2001 29,150 AJIPK4965 1625
275. Mrs. Asha Srinivas Pai Lecturer B.E MBA 02-09-1976 09 17-08-1998 24,125 AGRPP1381N 1686
276. Mrs. Soujanya S.Shenoy. Lecturer B.E MBA 09-11-1976
09 24-08-1998 25,220 AFMPB6229B 1687
277. Sri. Nagaraj Kamath H Lecturer B.E 05-01-1980 02 01 17-10-2005 22,700 AEPPN5693H 1956
278. Sri Sandeep Nayak P Lecturer B.E 20-03-1981 01 23-12-2006 20,750 2013
DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY
279. Dr. S.R.Girish Professor M.Sc Ph.D 19-08-1954 29 03 18-09-1978 57,785 ADCPG7044B 0448
280. Prof.Y.Krishnamurthy Bhat Professor M.Sc Ph.D 28-12-1947
35 14-09-1972 53,451 ADDPB6588N 0352
281. Dr. Padmalatha Professor M.Sc Ph.D 24-03-1962 18 01-09-1989 49,725 AESPR4824D 0934
282. Dr.B.H.S. Thimmappa Professor M.Sc Ph.D 10-07-1961 08 14 08-11-2000 46,500 ACNPT7156P 1855
283. Dr. Prakash Shetty Addl. Professor M.Sc Ph.D 15-05-1963 13 10-12-1994 45,625 AFQPS7812F 1530
284. Dr. K S Nagabhushan Reader M.Sc Ph.D 05-06-1969 01 12 19-04-2007 42,902 2043
285. Dr.M.P.Yashoda Reader M.Sc Ph.D 01-06-1970 08 03 05-08-2002 41,365 AAWPY6903E 1897
286. Dr.Maddasani Srinivasulu Reader M.Sc Ph.D 11-08-1972
05
07 03-09-2002 38,995 AINPM6920A 1904
287. Dr. Arun M Isloor Reader M.Sc Ph.D 12-09-1974 04 01 15-01-2007 38,995 AAJPI2682M 2033
288. Ms. Suma A. Rao Senior Lecturer M.Sc 05-04-1975 10 03-11-1997 31,712 AEYPR8785B 1650
289. Sri Chandrashekar KumarB Lecturer M.Sc 23-04-1977 03-08-2007 13,075 2074
290. Mrs Sangeetha Bhat Lecturer M Sc 11-6-1975 18-10-2007 13075
DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH
291. Sri M.S.Shankar Rao Addl. Professor M.A 27-05-1955
24 21-10-1983 39,775 ABJPR9962Q 0547
292. Ms. Veena Maben Selection Grade Lecturer M.A 12-01-1966
16 05-04-1991 38,950 ABTPM6845K 1063
DEPARTMENT OF METHAMETICS
293. Dr. Nithyananda Pai Professor M.Sc Ph.D 14-06-1964 20 03 13-08-1987 53,600 ABUPP5200G 0748
294. Dr. P.Krishnamurthy Achar Professor M.Sc Ph.D 04-04-1947
27
03 21-08-1980 39,680 AEEPA1689P 0498
295. Dr. G.D.Kamath Professor M.Sc Ph.D 31-08-1947 36 03 03-08-1971 55,320 ADDPK6533E 0335
296. Dr.G.M.J.Bhat Professor M.Sc Ph.D 19-05-1952 34 23-07-1973 56,091 ABZPJ8115B 0369
297. Dr. Ramesha C Professor M.Sc Ph.D 23-06-1960 20 03 24-08-1987 49,725 ACEPR9100N 0756
298. Dr. Pradeep G. Bhat Addl. Professor M.Sc Ph.D 01-06-1962 19 09-09-1988 44,203 ABLPB4575B 0843
299. Dr. G.Sudhakara Addl. Professor M.Sc Ph.D 09-12-1963 20 19-08-1987 46,610 AHWPS8331B 0753
300. Dr. A.Sesappa Rai Reader M.Sc Ph.D 01-12-1957 19 01 01-09-1988 ACEPR2303M 0836
301. Dr. Kuncham Syam Prasad Reader M.Sc Ph.D 30-05-1970
06 15-09-2001 38,795 AKKPK6208N 1880
302. Dr. Nagaraj Katagi N. Reader M.Sc Ph.D 28-09-1970 09 18-11-1998 38,995 AINPK2781M 1709
303. Ms. Indira K.P. Senior Lecturer M.Sc 31-08-1971 09 28-08-1998 32,216 AHPPP0170J 1694
304. Ms. Prathima J Senior Lecturer M.Sc 23-05-1974 09 01-04-1998 29,600 AEJPJ1181L 1671
305. Sri Kedukodi Babushri Srinivas Senior Lecturer M.Sc 01-06-1977
06 19-03-2001 30,200 AKKPK6207D 1863
306. Ms. Rekha G Pai Lecturer M.Sc 26-02-1979 05 20-08-2002 23,960 ALCPP6710B 1891
307. Sri. Devadas Nayak C Lecturer M.Sc 08-03-1977 07 26-07-2007 15,000 2055
308. Sri Girish M Sajjanshettar Lecturer M.Sc 22-07-1979 02 30-07-2007 20,750 2057
309. Ms. Sheela Kanthraj Lecturer M.Sc 04-05-1966 18 02-08-2007 15,000 1305
310. Ms. Sujatha H S Lecturer M.Sc 25-02-1972 06 24-08-2007 15,000
PHYSICS DEPARTMENT
311. Dr. Thukaram Professor M.Sc Ph.D 07-07-1957 25 01 05 18-08-1987 49,725 ABEPT7510P 0754
312. Dr.K.S. Aithal Professor M.Sc PhD 26-01-1951 35 18 10-07-1972 50,000 AEHPA1954Q 1851
313. Dr. Ashok Rao Professor M.Sc PhD 19-06-1965 14 05 01-03-2007 47,900 ALGPR8303N 2037
314. Sri P.R.Ramesh Addl. Professor M.Sc 25-09-1952 32 04-10-1978 44,763 ABDPR5994A 0450
315. Ms.Geetha Addl. Professor M.Sc 01-02-1952 29 03 28-09-1981 44,763 ABVPG6833D 1682
316. Dr. Vyasa Upadhyaya Reader M.Sc Ph.D 10-09-1958 23 05 29-08-1987 44,248 AAGPU0808A 0760
317. Dr. Jyothilaxmi R. Reader M.Sc Ph.D 26-07-1963 20 05 28-08-1889 43,527 ABDPR5993H 0950
318. Sri Sripathi Punchithaya K. Reader M.Sc
M.Phil 04-03-1963
21
06 15-09-2001 41,365 ACIPP7357N 1307
319. Dr.Mohan Rao Reader M.Sc Ph.D 01-07-1970 11 11 08-03-2004 41,365 AHTPR2720G 1954
320. Dr.Amita Tolpadi Reader M.Sc Ph.D 08-02-1961 15 07 26-07-2004 41,365 ADTP2024P 1963
321. Dr B V Rajendra Sr Lecturer M Sc Ph D 12-01-1977 4 29-11-2007 30,200
322. Dr.Pramod Kumar shetty Lecturer M.Sc Ph.D 22-07-1973 05 05-09-2007 25,670
323. Ms. Tanima Banerjee Lecturer M.Sc 08-12-1979 05-09-2007 22,560


Scale of Pay:

Professor: Rs. 21500-500-24500-550-28900
Reader: Rs.15800-465-22775
Selection Grade Lecturer: Rs.15800-465-22775
Asst. Professor: Rs.13000-360-18400
Senior Lecturer: Rs.13000-360-18400
Lecturer: Rs.10200-300-16200










DEPARTMENTWISE ADJUNCT/ VISITING FACULTY DETAILS
Sl. No. NAME QUALIFICATION
ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT
01 DR P S PAWAR
02 DR B K CHANDRASEKHAR M Sc., M TECH., Ph D
03 DR SURESH H J SHETTI B E., M TECH., Ph D
04 DR G K SINGH B TECH., Ph D
05 LT COL PRAMOD S SHETTI M TECH
06 DR SHIVALING S MAHANT SHETTI
07 PROF (DR) B GHOSH M Sc., Ph D
08 DR H HARISH HANDE B TECH., Ph D
BIO MEDICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT
09 MR. S RAMANATH
10 DR K MOTHIRAM PATIL B TECH., M TECH., Ph D
11 DR K P MISHRA M Sc., Ph D
12 DR S NARAYANAN B S., MS., Ph D
13 MR. K V MAHESH B E., M S., PG DIPLOMA
14 DR RANGARAJ (RAJ) M RANGAYYAN B E., Ph D
15 DR A D PANDYAN B E., PG DIPLOMA., Ph D
MR. SREEKANTH BALAKRISHNA BHAT B E., M TECH
ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING
16 MR. PRATEEK ARORA M C A
17 DR VK PANDEY B TECH., M TECH., Ph D
18 DR NIRANJAN UC BE., M TECH., Ph D
19 DR LOKESH R BOREGOWDA B E., M E., Ph D
20 DR VINOD SHARMA B TECH., Ph D
21 DR RAVINDRA SHETTY Ph D
22 DR R BHATTACHARYA M Sc., Ph D., POST DOCTORAL RESEARCH
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT
23 DR KV BASKARA SARMA B E., M E., Ph D
24 DR S RAMAMURTHY B E., M E., Ph D
25 DR BJ RANGANATH B E., M TECH., Ph D
26 DR A SEETHARAMAIAH B Sc., M TECH., Ph D
COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT
27 DR MOHAN DELAMPADY M STAT., Ph D
28 DR B SURY M Sc., Ph D
29 MR. SANJAY BAHL B E., M TECH
CIVIL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT
30 DR KHV DURGA RAO B E., M TECH
31 DR S SRIDHAR MURTHY B E., M E., Ph D
32 DR DEEPAK BAJAJ B E., M TECH., Ph D
33 MR. MM KAMATH B E
34 DR RAJENDRAKUMAR GUPTA B Sc., M Sc., Ph D
PRINTING & MEDIA ENGINEERING DEPARTMEN T
35 MR. KIRAN PRAYAGI DIP IN PRINTING, PG DIPLOMA
CHEMICAL
36 MR. NANDAN M BHANDARI B E., M Sc. (ENGG)
FACULTY OF ARCHITECTURE
37 DR CHOODAMANI NANDAGOPAL
38 MR. PETER A LEWIS
39 MR. CHHATRE
40 PROF KP REWATKAR B ARCH., M ARCH
INFORMATION & COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY
41 MR. S BHASKARAN B TECH., MBA
42 DR K KESAVASAMY Ph D
43 DR SUKANTA KUMAR BHATT M Sc., Ph D
44 DR KAMAN RAJKHANAN
INSTRUMENTATION & CONTROL ENGINEERING
45 DR RAMKALYAN B E., M E., Ph D
46 DR SEETHARAM BHAT B E., M TECH., Ph D
47 MR. VA ASHOK KUMAR B E., M TECH
48 DR S CHATTERJI Ph D
49 DR S PARTHASARATHY B E., M TECH., Ph D
50 DR S DAS GUPTA B Sc., B E., M E., Ph D


? Guest Faculty: NIL
? Permanent Faculty: Student Ratio 1:15
? Number of faculty employed and left during the last three years
Employed 61 / Left 52






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VII. PROFILE OF DIRECTOR WITH QUALIFICATIONS, TOTAL EXPERIENCE, AGE AND DURATION OF EMPLOYMENT AT THE INSTITUTE CONCERNED



PROFILE OF DIRECTOR
Name Brig (Dr.) S.S. Pabla
Address Manipal Institute of Technology , Manipal. 576104. Karnataka
Designation DIRECTOR Qualification & Experience Ph.D
Exp. 35yrs
STD Code 0820 Phone No. (O) 2571079
Fax No 0820 2571071
Mobile No 9945670303
E-Mail ss.pabla@manipal.edu
Date of Birth 20 - 09 ? 1949
Educational Qualification Ph.D (Mechanical Engineering)
From IIT Bombay.
Work Experience 34 Years
Has been Chief Engineer of Srinagar Zone.
Has been the head of the ?Think Tank? of the
Corps of Engineers at Army Headquarters.
Has been Commander Works Engineers, Pune
Has held appointments in various levels dealing with design of air conditioning systems.
Has been a Professor in College of Military
Engineering.
Has been a Visiting Professor at Punjab
University
Pro-Vice Chancellor,MAHE &
Director, Manipal Institute of Technology, Manipal w.e.f. 5-6-2006



Faculty Details



VIII. FEE
v Details of fee, as approved by State fee Committee, for the Institution.
Fee for BE course:
Rs.61,000=00 (Tution fee)+ Rs. 61,000=00 (other fee) = 1,22,000=00 (Total)

Fee for MTech. Course
Rs.1,10,000=00 (Tution fee) + Rs.35,000=00 (Other fee) = Rs.1,45,000=00 (Total)
MCA course:
Rs.73,000=00 (Tution fee)+ Rs.37,000=00 (Other fees) = Rs.1,10,000=00(Total)
v Time schedule for payment of fee for the entire programme.
First year students: At the time of admission to the Institute
Second year onwards: Within seven days from reopening of the Institute
v No. of Fee waivers granted with amount and name of students: NIL
v Number of scholarship offered by the institute, duration and amount
a) For PG students: Institute offers scholarship for 20 percent of the students (with a minimum of one) admitted in each branch. The amount of scholarship is Rs.5000=00 per month.
b)For UG/PG students: The scholarship is in the form of interest subsidy on education loans. If a student has taken a education loan from any bank then the Institute pays the interest on this loan for the selected students. .
c)Institute provides scholarship for the children?s of Institution staff in the form of waving 50% of the tuition fee for the children?s of Manipal University employees
v Criteria for fee waivers/scholarship.
For PG students as per the marks obtained in the test conducted for this purpose
For UG students as per the merit list prepared based on the rank obtained in UGET exam
v Estimated cost of Boarding and Lodging in Hostels.

Estimated cost of Boarding and Lodging in Hostels.

MANIPAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY HOSTELS, MANIPAL
HOSTEL FACILITIES w.e.f. 01.01.2007

SINGLE SINGLE DOUBLE DOUBLE DOUBLE TRIPLE TRIPLE SINGLE DOUBLE DORMITORY 4, 6, 8 SMALL
BLOCK ATTACHED COMMON ATTACHED ATTACHED COMMON ATTACHED COMMON ATTACHED ATTACHED & COMMON DOUBLE 4 SEATER
2 SHARE 4 SHARE A/C A/C COMMON ROOM BATH COMMON COMMON
I ?.. ?.. ?.. 13,200 13,200 10,200 ?.. ?.. 7,200 ?.. ?.. ?..
II ?.. ?.. ?.. 13,200 ?.. 10,200 ?.. ?.. 7,200 ?.. ?.. ?..
III ?.. ?.. 20,700 ?.. ?.. ?.. 10,200 ?.. ?.. 7,200 ?.. ?.. ?..
IV ?.. ?.. 20,700 ?.. 13,200 ?.. 10,200 ?.. ?.. 7,200 ?.. ?.. ?..
XIII 50,400 ?.. 30,000 ?.. ?.. ?.. ?.. 60,000 35,100 ?.. ?.. ?.. ?..
Quarters ?.. ?.. ?.. ?.. ?.. ?.. ?.. ?.. ?.. ?.. 12,000 ?.. ?..
V ?.. ?.. 20,700 ?.. 13,200 ?.. 10,200 ?.. ?.. 7,200 ?.. ?.. ?..
VI ?.. ?.. 20,700 ?.. 13,200 ?.. 10,200 ?.. ?.. 7,200 ?.. ?.. ?..
VII 24,000 ?.. 20,700 ?.. ?.. ?.. ?.. ?.. ?.. ?.. ?.. ?.. ?..
VIII ?.. ?.. ?.. 18,000 ?.. ?.. ?.. ?.. ?.. ?.. ?.. ?.. ?..
IX ?.. 14,400 20,700 18,000 13,200 ?.. 10,200 ?.. ?.. 7,200 ?.. ?.. 7,200
X 24,000 14,400 ?.. ?.. 13,200 ?.. ?.. ?.. ?.. 7,200 ?.. 9,000 ?..
XI ?.. 18,000 ?.. 18,000 ?.. 13,200 ?.. ?.. ?.. ?.. ?.. ?.. ?..
XII ?.. ?.. ?? ?.. ?.. ?.. ?.. 60,000 35,100 ?.. ?.. ?.. ?..
D ?.. 14,400 ?.. ?.. 7,200 ?.. ?.. ?.. ?.. ?.. ?.. ?.. ?..
BROADWAY 50,000 ?.. 30,000 ?? ?.. 20,000 ?? ?.. ?? ?.. ?.. ?.. ?..
K ?.. 14,400 ?.. ?.. ?.. ?.. ?.. ?.. ?.. ?.. ?.. ?.. ?..
REGENCY ?.. ?.. ?.. ?.. ?.. ?.. ?.. 50,400 35,100 ?.. ?.. ?.. ??

UTILITY CHARGES :- Rs. 9,000/- ( Non A/C.) HOSTEL DEPOSIT :- Rs. 7,500/- ( Non A/C.)
Rs.25,000/- ( A/C. Single ) REGENCY, XII & XIII Rs.25,000/- ( Non A/C. Single ) XIII BLK
Rs.20,000/- ( A/C. Double ) REGENCY, XII & XIII Rs.15,000/- ( Non A/C. Double ) XIII BLK
Rs.25,000/- ( A/C. Single ) REGENCY & XII BLK
Rs.15,000/- ( A/C. Double ) REGENCY & XII BLK
Rs.30,000/- ( A/C. Single ) XIII BLOCK
Rs.15,000/- ( A/C. Double ) XIII BLOCK



Boarding Charges Approximately Rs.1500/ per month



Hostel Facilities in the Campus :

? Hostel Library
? STD Booths
? Floodlit Basket Ball Court
? Table Tennis
? Gymnasium
? Swimming Pool
? Badminton Hall
? Cable TV
? Athletics, Football, Hockey, Volley Ball
? Washing Machine in Women?s Hostel
? Night Canteen for Women
? Internet
? Vegetarian / Non-Vegetarian Mess













IX. ADMISSION
v Number of seats sanctioned and number of students admitted under various categories each year in the last four years

UG COURSES
BE/BArch 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05
Sanctioned Intake Actual Admission Additional Intake + Sanctioned intake Actual admissions Aditional intake on supernumerary category # Sanctioned intake Actual admissions Sanctioned intake Actual admissions
Biomedical Engineering NO.F.770-53-229/RC/94
DT 30-4-95 30 30 3 30 30 06 30 30 30 27
Chemical Engineering NO.F.41-23/92-AICTI/2504
DT 19-7-93 60 60 6 40 40 02 40 30* 40 39
Civil Engineering NO.F.41-23/92-AICTI/2504
DT 19-7-93 60 60 6 40 40 02 40 30 40 33
Computer Science Engineering NO.F.41-23/92-AICTI/2504
DT 19-7-93 135 240$ 24 135 135 07 135 135 135 134
Electrical & Electronics Engg. NO.F.41-23/92-AICTI/2504
DT 19-7-93 120 120 12 120 120 01 120 120 120 120
Electronics & Communication Engg. NO.F.41-23/92-AICTI/2504
DT 19-7-93 135 240$ 24 135 135 17 135 135 135 135
Industrial production NO.F.41-23/92-AICTI/2504
DT 19-7-93 40 40 4 40 40 01 40 30* 40 40
Mechanical Engineering NO.F.41-23/92-AICTI/2504
DT 19-7-93 135 135 13 135 135 10 135 135 135 135
Printing Technology NO.F.770-53-229/RC/94
DT 30-4-95 30 30 3 30 30 01 30 28 30 28
Information Technology NO.F 770-53-229(E) RC/ 94 DT 15-6-2001 60 60 6 60 60 04 60 50* 60 58
Instrumentation & Control Engg. NO.F 770-53-229(E) RC/ 94 DT 15-6-2001 60 60 6 30 30 01 30 30 30 29
Bio Technology F.NO.770-53-229(E)RC/94
DT 15-6-2006 40 40 4 40 40 06 - 40 - -
Mechatronics F.NO.770-53-229(E)RC/94
DT 27-7-2006 40 40 4 40 39 00 - - - -
B. Architecture CA/5/9/94
DT 29-12-94 80 80 8 80@ 56 - 40@ 40 30 30
#Additional intake on supernumerary category vide number 21-2-2003-TS 111 dtd June 1, 2004 GOI/MHRD and
No.F2-1/2006 U 3(A) GOI MHRD dtd April 7, 2006.
Information has been forwarded to MHRD, UGC,AICTE vide MIT Letter No MIT/DO/38: dtd 28-8-06.
*Intake reduced for a year by the University
@ Approved by Council of Architecture.
+Additional 10% of intake for freeship for girls, Economically weaker section and handicapped children
$ Applied for increase to 300



Course 1st Year of approval by AICTE (give approval ref. no. & date) 2007-2008 2006-2007 2005-2006 2004-2005
.M.TECH. Sanctioned Intake Actual admissions Sanctioned intake Actual admissions Sanctioned intake Actual
admissions Sanctioned
intake Actual admissions

Bio Medical Engg. F.441/KTK-2/BOS(PG)/95 DT23.05.96 25 18 25 05 25 01 25 03

Comp. Sci. & Engg. KTK-2/B-11/BOS(PG)92 DT.15.12.1993 25 25 25 25 25 23 25 25

Const. Engg. & Management KTK-2/B-11/BOS(PG)92 DT.15.12.1993 18 8 18 10 18 05 18

05
Digital Electronics & Advance Communication F.441/KTK-2/BOS(PG)/95 DT23.05.96 25 25 25 19 25 19 25 25

Illumination Tech.nology

F.441/KTK-2/BOS(PG)/95 DT23.05.96
18 3 18 00 18 04 18 05

Engg. Management KTK-2/B-11/BOS(PG)92 DT.15.12.1993 18 - 18 01 18 02 18 01
Structural Engg.
F.KTK-2/B-11/BOS(PG)99 DT.27.05.1994 25 9 25 04 25 05 25 04

Computer Aided M/c design & Analysis F.NO.PG/KTK/M.TECH./14 DT 07.07.2003 18 18 18 14 18 18 18 18
Mfg. Engg.& Tech. F.NO.770/53229(E)RC/94 DT.23.06.2004 18 4 18 02 18 01 -- --
Instrumentation & Control System F.NO.770/53229(E)RC/94 DT.23.06.2004 18 01 18 02 18 03 -- --
Information&Communication ? Net work Engg. F.NO.770/53-229(E)RC/94 DT.23.06.2004 18 18 18 12 18 14 -- --
Astronomy and Space Engg. (18) FNo.770-53-229(E)/RC/94Dated 13/7/2007 18 1
Nuclear Engg.(18) FNo.770-53-229(E)/RC/94Dated 13/7/2007 18 1
Software Engg.(18) FNo.770-53-229(E)/RC/94Dated 13/7/2007 18 13
Master of Architecture(20)
(Advance Design) Ref.No. CA/5/Academic- KA-02, Dated 10/6/2007 20 2




v Number of applications received during last two years for admission under Management Quota and number admitted.
Institute is not admitting any student under Management Quota


There is no Management quota as such
Applications received Under General Quota

2005-06: 18971 2006-07: 15700 2007-08 : 26209































































X. ADMISSION PROCEDURE
v Mention the admission test being followed, name and address of the Test Agency and its URL (website).
v Manipal University conducts an all India level entrance test (UGET) every year. There is no separate agency for conducting this test. The admission office of Manipal University headed by Deputy Registrar (Admission) will conduct the entrance test.
v Number of seats allotted to different Test Qualified candidates separately [AIEEE/CET (State conducted test/University tests)/Association conducted test]
v All the seats under general category (other than NRI/PIO) are allotted for the students appeared for entrance test conducted by Manipal University (UGET). No seats are available for the students appeared for AIEEE/CET or any other test.
v Calendar for admission against management/vacant seats:
? Last date for applications
? BE - 05.03.07(Extended to 15.03.07)
? MTECH (Computer Science, Digital Electronics & Advanced Communication, Network Engg.) - 20.04.07
? MTECH (Biomedical, Computer Aided Mechanical Design & Analysis, Control Systems, Manufacturing Engg & Technology., Illumination Technology, Structural, Construction Engg & Management and Engineering Management.,) - 20.07.07
? Last date for submission of application
? MTECH (Computer Science, Digital Electronics & Advanced Communication, Network Engg.) - 20.04.07
? MTECH ( Biomedical, Computer Aided Mechanical Design & Analysis, Control Systems, Manufacturing Engg & Technology., Illumination Technology, Structural, Construction Engg & Management and Engineering Management.) - 20.07.07
? Date for announcing final results
? BE ? 22.05.07
? MTECH (Computer Science, Digital Electronics & Advanced Communication, Network Engg.) - 12.06.07
? MTECH ( Biomedical, Computer Aided Mechanical Design & Analysis, Control Systems, Manufacturing Engg & Technology., Illumination Technology, Structural, Construction Engg & Management and Engineering Management.) - 27.07.07
? Last date for closing admission
? BE -31-8-07
? MTECH -15-9-07
? Starting of academic session :
? BE ? 01.08.07
? MTECH (Computer Science, Digital Electronics & Advanced Communication, Network Engg.) - 16.08.07
? MTECH (Biomedical, Computer Aided Mechanical Design & Analysis, Control Systems, Manufacturing Engg & Technology., Illumination Technology, Structural, Construction Engg & Management and Engineering Management.) - 16.08.07


- The policy of refund of the fee, in case of withdrawal :
Generally no refund of fee is permitted on account of withdrawal/absence from college or other reasons once a student is admitted to any course of study.
1. A refund claim may, however, be admitted on merits after due consideration of the request by the university. If approved, the amount to be refunded shall be within the limits stated below:

(i) Any time after admission, but before the date of commencement of classes
General/MAHE/In-service category ? Total fees after deducting Rs.10,000.
Foreign/NRI category ? Total fees after deducting USD 500.
(ii) After the date of commencement of classes ? No refund, required to pay the remaining years tuition fees.
(iii) ?CAUTION DEPOSIT ? is refundable after the completion of the course or candidate leaving the course for any other reason.

2. In all cases where the student has been admitted to the course after the commencement of classes through the waiting list or otherwise, the number of days specified above will be reckoned from the date of ?commencement of classes? and not from the date of their actual admission.
3. Any student who withdraws from the course after the date of commencement of classes as mentioned in para 2 above will be required to remit to the university, in addition to the amount already forfeited, the tuition fee payable for the remaining period of the course.
4. In case of Foreign/NRI candidates, the refunds will be made in accordance with foreign exchange Regulations. The reserve Bank of India has been permitting refund only to the extent of Indian Rupees originally realized by the authorized dealer/bank. In such cases there is likely to be variation in the US dollar refund and may not be equal to the amount remitted by the student.
5. All refunds will be processed by the Student Finance Office of the University upon receiving the approval from the Registrar based on the recommendation from the Deputy Registrar, Admissions. Requests for withdrawals should be made in the prescribed application available at the Admissions Office. Refund will be made only after the candidate has surrendered the ID card, original fee receipt and the dues clearance certificate.

XI. CRITERIA AND WEIGHTAGES FOR ADMISSION
v Describe each criteria with its respective weightages i.e. Admission Test, marks in qualifying examination etc. :

(i) Admission for the seats other than Foreign/NRI category will be made as per the rank obtained in all India level admission test conducted by Manipal University (UGET). The rank list will be prepared as per the marks obtained in this test.
(ii) Admission for the seats under Foreign/NRI category is based on the marks obtained in the qualifying examination at 10+2 level (PUC or equivalent). Merit list will be prepared based on the marks and admission will be made as per this merit list.

v Mention the minimum level of acceptance, if any :

(i) Engineering
a) A pass in 10+2 or an equivalent examination approved by Manipal University with at least 50% average marks in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.
b) Holders of Diploma in Engineering awarded by the Board of Technical Education in Karnataka or equivalent, securing a minimum of 50% marks in the final examination are also eligible to join II year/III semester under lateral entry scheme in the respective branches (as per GO No. E.D. 23 TGK 96 dated 22-9-2001, Govt. of Karnataka).





(ii) Architecture

Qualifications : The candidates must have passed 10+2 or 3 year diploma recognized by the Central/State Government or equivalent qualification from any Board. They should have secured not less than 50% marks in aggregate with Mathematics and English as one of the subjects.
ADMISSIONS
Admission through entrance test


.
a) No lateral entry from diploma is permitted as per the Council of Architecture norms.
b) Students seeking admission under NRI quota need to write a separate entrance examination.

XII. APPLICATION FORM (PROSPECTUS AND SPECIMEN APPLICATION FORM ENCLOSED)
v Application form is available in the website www.manipal.edu >> admissions
XII. LIST OF APPLICANTS : NOT AVAILABLE YET
XIII. RESULTS OF ADMISSION UNDER MANAGEMENT SEATS/VACANT SEATS
Institute is not admitting any student under management category.
Results /Rank list of the candidates who have appeared for entrance test under
general quota is available in the website www.manipal.edu
Information about vacant seats will be published in the website after the first
counseling
XV. INFORMATION ON INFRASTRUCTURE AND OTHER RESOURCES AVAILABLE

LIBRARY:
Number of Library books/titles/journals available:
Sl. No. Courses Number of titles of Books Number of Volumes Journals
National International
1 Architecture 3833 4187 15 16
2 Biomedical 571 672 - 30
3 Biotechnology 75 328 5 7
4 Chemical 1930 3069 14 15
5 Civil 7998 10061 20 60
6 Computer Science 5565 7741 5 122
7 Electrical 4968 7598 11 41
8 Electronics 7516 11129 7 50
9 Information Technology 309 730 5 122
10 Instrumentation 445 1331 - 16
11 MCA 799 1616 5 122
12 Mechanical/IP 13004 24378 28 94
13 Printing 553 600 9 7
14 Maths/Physics/Chemistry/English/Management Sc. 3737 18735 11 13


List of Online international journals subscribed:
IEL Online: 219 journals/magazines/conference proceedings and standards
1. IEEE Trans. on advanced packaging
2. IEEE Aerospace and Electronics Systems magazine
3. IEEE Trans. On Aerospace and Electronic Systems
4. IEEE Annals of the History of Computing
5. IEEE Antennas and Propagation magazine
6. IEEE Trans. On Antennas and Propagation
7. IEEE Antennas and Wireless propagation letters
8. IEEE Trans. On Applied Superconductivity
9. IEEE Trans. On Audio, speech and language processing
10. IEEE Trans. On Automatic Control
11. IEEE Trans. On Automation Science and Engineering
12. IEEE Trans. On Biomedical Engineering
13. IEEE Trans. On broadcasting
14. IEEE Circuits and devices Magazine
15. IEEE Trans. On circuits and Systems for Video Technology
16. IEEE Trans. On Circuits and Systems Part I: regular papers
17. IEEE Trans. On Circuits and systems Part II: Express briefs
18. IEEE Circuits and Systems Magazine
19. IEEE Communications Magazine
20. IEEE Communications letters
21. IEEE Trans. On Communications
22. IEEE Trans. On Components and Packaging Technologies.
23. IEEE/ACM Trans.on Computational Biology and Bioinformatics
24. IEEE computational Intelligence Magazine
25. IEEE Computer Architecture Letters
26. IEEE Trans. On computer aided Design of Integrated Circuits and Systems
27. IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications magazine
28. IEEE Computer magazine
29. IEEE Trans. On Computers
30. IEEE Computing in Science and Engineering
31. IEEE Trans. On Consumer Electronics
32. IEEE Control Systems magazine
33. IEEE Trans. On Control Systems Technology
34. IEEE Trans. On Dependable and Secure Computing
35. IEEE Design and Test of Computers
36. IEEE Trans. On Device and Materials Reliability
37. IEEE trans.on Dielectrics and Electrical Insulation
38. IEEE/OSA journal of Display Technology
39. IEEE Distributed Systems
40. IEEE Trans. On Education
41. IEEE Electrical Insulation magazine
42. IEEE/ECS Electrochemical and solid state letters
43. IEEE Trans. On Electromagnetic Compatibility
44. IEEE Electron Device Letters
45. IEEE Trans. On Electron Devices
46. IEEE/TMS journal of Electronic materials
47. IEEE Trans. On Electronics Packaging Manufacturing
48. IEEE Trans. On Energy Conversion
49. IEEE Engineering in medicine and Biology
50. IEEE Engineering Management Review
51. IEEE Trans. On Engineering Management
52. IEEE Trans. On Evolutionary Computation
53. IEEE Trans. On Fuzzy Systems
54. IEEE Geoscience and Remote sensing letters
55. IEEE Trans. On Geoscience and Remote sensing
56. IEEE Trans. On Image Processing
57. IEEE Trans. on Industrial Electronics
58. IEEE Trnas. On Industrial Informatics
59. IEEE industry applications Magazine
60. IEEE Trans. On Industry applications
61. IEEE Trans. On Information Forensics and security
62. IEEE Trans. On Information technology in Biomedicine
63. IEEE Trans. On Information Theory
64. IEEE Instrumentation and Measurement Magazine
65. IEEE Trans. On Instrumentation and measurement
66. IEEE Intelligent systems Magazine
67. IEEE Trans. On Intelligent Transport Systems
68. IEEE Internet Computing Magazine
69. IEEE IT Professional magazine
70. IEEE Trans. On Knowledge and Data Engineering
71. IEEE/OSA journal of Lightwave Technology
72. IEEE Trans. On Magnetics
73. IEEE/ASME Trans. On Mechatronics
74. IEEE trans. On Medical imaging
75. IEEE Micro
76. IEEE/ASME Journal of Microelectromechanical Systems
77. IEEE Microwave and Wireless Components Letters
78. IEEE Microwave magazine
79. IEEE trans. On Microwave Theory and Techniques
80. IEEE Trans. On Mobile Computing
81. IEEE multimedia Magazine
82. IEEE Trans. On Multimedia
83. IEEE trans. On NanoBioscience
84. IEEE trans.on Nanotechnology
85. IEEE Network
86. IEEE/ACM Trans. On Networking
87. IEEE Trans. On Neural Networks
88. IEEE Trans. On Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering
89. IEEE Trans. On Nuclear Science
90. IEEE journal of Oceanic Engineering
91. IEEE Trans.on Parallel and Distributed Systems
92. IEEE Trans. On Pattern analysis and Distributed Systems
93. IEEE Pervasive Computing Magazine
94. IEEE Photonics Technology Letters
95. IEEE Trans.on Plasma Science
96. IEEE Potentials
97. IEEE trans on Power Delivery
98. IEEE Trans. On Power Electronics
99. IEEE Power and Energy Magazine
100. IEEE Trans. On Power Systems
101. IEEE: Proceedings of the IEEE
102. IEEE journal on product Safety Engineering
103. IEEE Trans. On professional Communication
104. IEEE Journal of Quantum Electronics
105. IEEE Trans. On reliability
106. IEEE Robotics and Automation mag.
107. IEEE Trans. On Robotics
108. IEEE Security and privacy mag.
109. IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communication
110. IEEE journal of Selected topics in Quantum Electronics
111. IEEE Trans. On Semiconductor manufacturing
112. IEEE Sensors Journal
113. IEEE Signal Processing letters
114. IEEE Signal Processing Mag.
115. IEEE Trans. On Signal Processing
116. IEEE Trans. On Software Engineering
117. IEEE Software mag.
118. IEEE Journal of solid state circuits
119. IEEE Spectrum
120. IEEE Trans. On Speech and Audio processing
121. IEEE Trans on Systems, man and Cybernetics: part A
122. IEEE Trans on Systems, man and Cybernetics: part B
123. IEEE Trans on Systems, man and Cybernetics: Part C
124. IEEE Technology and Society mag.
125. IEEE Trans on Ultrasonics, ferroelectrics and Frequency control
126. IEEE trans. On Vehicular Technology Magazine
127. IEEE Vehicular Technology magazine
128. IEEE Trans. On Very large Scale Integration Systems
129. IEEE trans. On Visualization and Computer Graphics
130. IEEE Wireless Communication mag.
131. IEEE Trans. On Wireless Communications
132. IEE Proceedings: Circuits, Devices and systems.
133. Communications Engineer
134. IEE proceedings: Communications
135. Computer Aided Engineering Journal
136. IEE Proceedings: Computers and digital Techniques
137. Computing and control engineering journal
138. IEE proceedings: Control Theory and Applications
139. IEE Proceedings: Electric power applications
140. Electronics and Communication Engineering Journal
141. Electronics Letters
142. Electronics systems and software
143. Engineering management journal
144. Engineering science and Education Journal
145. IEE Proceedings: Generation, Transmission and Distribution
146. IEE Review
147. IEE Proceedings: Information Security
148. Intelligent Systems Engineering
149. IEE Proceedings: Intelligent Transport Systems
150. Manufacturing Engineer
151. IEE Proceedings: Microwaves, antennas and propagation
152. IEE Proceedings: NanoBiotechnology
153. IEE Proceedings: Optoelectonics
154. Power Engineer
155. IEE Proceedings: Radar, sonar and navigation
156. IEE Proceedings: Science, measurement and Technology
157. IEE Proceedings: Software
158. IEE Proceedings: Systems Biology
159. IEE proceedings: Vision, image and signal Processing
IEEE/IEE Conference proceedings and Standards are also accessible.
ASME DIGITAL LIBRARY:
1. Applied Mechanics Reviews
2. Journal of Applied Mechanics
3. Journal of Biomechanical Engineering
4. Journal of Computational and Nonlinear Dynamics
5. Journal of Computing and Information Science in Engineering
6. Journal of Dynamic Systems, Measurement and Control
7. Journal of Electronic Packaging
8. Journal of Energy Resources Technology
9. Journal of Engineering for Gas Turbines and Power
10. Journal of Engineering Materials and Technology
11.Journal of Fluids Engineering
12. Journal of Fuel Cell Science and Technology
13. Journal of Heat Transfer
14. Journal of Manufacturing Science and Engineering
15. Journal of Mechanical Design
16. Journal of Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering
17. Journal of Pressure Vessel Technology
18. Journal of Solar Energy Engineering
19. Journal of Tribology
20. Journal of Turbomachinery
21. Journal of Vibration and Acoustics
ACM Digital Library:
1. ACM Computing Surveys.
2. ACM Journal of Computer Documentation
3. ACM Journal on Emerging Technologies in computing systems
4. Journal of Experimental Algorithmics
5. Journal of the ACM
6. Journal on Educational Resources in computing
7. Communications of the ACM
8. ACM Letters on Programming Languages and Systems (LOPLAS)
9. ACM Transactions on Algorithms (TALG)
10. ACM Transactions on Applied Perception (TAP)
11. ACM Transactions on Architecture and Code Optimization (TACO)
12. ACM Transactions on Asian Language Information Processing (TALIP)
13. ACM Transactions on Computational Logic (TOCL)
14. ACM Transactions on Computer Systems (TOCS)
15. ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction (TOCHI)
16. ACM Transactions on Database Systems (TODS)
17. ACM Transactions on Design Automation of Electronic Systems (TODAES)
18. ACM Transactions on Embedded Computing Systems (TECS)
19. ACM Transactions on Graphics (TOG)
20. ACM Transactions on Information Systems (TOIS)
21.ACM Transactions on Information and System Security (TISSEC)
22. ACM Transactions on Internet Technology (TOIT)
23.ACM Transactions on Mathematical Software (TOMS)
24.ACM Transactions on Modeling and Computer Simulation (TOMACS)
25. ACM Transactions on Multimedia Computing, Communications, and Applications
(TOMCCAP)
26. ACM Transactions on Programming Languages and Systems (TOPLAS)
27. ACM Transactions on Sensor Networks (TOSN)
28. ACM Transactions on Software Engineering and Methodology (TOSEM)
29. ACM Transactions on Speech and Language Processing (TSLP)
30. ACM Transactions on Storage (TOS)
31. IEEE/ACM Transactions on Computational Biology and Bioinformatics (TCBB)
32. IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking (TON)
ASCE Digital Library:
1. International Journal of Geomechanics
2. Journal of Aerospace Engineering
3. Journal of Architectural Engineering
4. Journal of Bridge Engineering
5. Journal of cold regions engineering
6. Journal of composites for construction
7. Journal of Computing in Civil engineering
8. Journal of Construction Engineering and management
9. Journal of Energy Engineering
10. Journal of Engineering Mechanics
11. Journal of Environmental Engineering
12. Journal of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering
13. Journal of Hydraulic Engineering
14. Journal of Hydrologic Engineering
15. Journal of Infrastructure Systems
16. Journal of Irrigation and Drainage engineering
17. Journal of management in Engineering
18. Journal of materials in Civil Engineering
19. Journal of performance of constructed facilities
20. Journal of professional issues in engineering education and practice
21. Journal of Structural Engineering
22. Journal of surveying engineering
23. Journal of Transportation Engineering
24. Journal of urban planning and development
25. Journal of Water Resources planning and management
26. Journal of waterway, port, coastal and ocean engineering
27. Leadership and management in engineering
28. Natural hazards review
29. Practical periodical of Hazardous, toxic and radioactive waste management
30. Practice periodical on structural design and construction.
E-Library facilities:
MIT has become the member of INDEST consortium (Indian National Digital Library in Engineering Sciences and Technology). Through this consortium library has subscribed:
1. ACM digital library
2. ASME digital library
3. ASCE digital library
4. IEL online
5. BIS (Intranet version)
6. COMPENDEX Online
All these resources can be accessed from internet machines located anywhere in the campus.
Apart from these online databases/journals, library has a collection of 3000 CD?s, 500 floppies containing technical literature.

LABORATORY (LIST OF MAJOR EQUIPMENT AND LIST OF EXPERIMENTAL SET UP):

COMPUTING FACILITIES
1.1 Central Computing Facility
1.2 Server Configuration
1.3 Number and Configuration of Systems
1.2 SERVER CONFIGURATION Quantity
Servers - 311524/371 Proliant Ml 350 G3 Rack Model Dual Processor Capadala/Xn 2.8 Ghw(533 Mhz) 287497/B21 1024 Mb Pc2100 Ddr Stram Dimm Kit 287495/B21 256 Mb Pc2100 Ddr Stram Dimm Kit(1 X 256 Mb)For 310/330 G3/350 G3/32 286713/B22 36 Gb Ultra 320 10 K Hp Universal 20091966/B21 Smart Array 641(Single Channel U320 With 64 Mb Of Cache) 283655/B21 Hot Plug Redundant Power Supply Kit For Ml 350 G3 7

? Total number of systems connected by LAN 243
? Internet bandwidth 6 Mbps
? Major software packages available
? Special purpose facilities available

1.3 Configuration Quantity
Pentium-4(2.4Ghz)Processor 1 GB DDR @266 Mhz RAM Intel845 GV CHIPSET with 533 Mhz FSB 120 GB HDD 7200RPM/1.44MB FDD P4 cabinet with 200 W SMPS HP 104 Keys Membrane Keyboard Mouse Integrated 10/100 NIC/15" TFT Monitor 45
Pentium-4(2.4Ghz)Processor 128 MB DDR @266 Mhz RAM Intel845 GV CHIPSET with 533 Mhz FSB 40 GB HDD 7200RPM/1.44MB FDD P4 cabinet with 200 W SMPS HP 104 Keys Membrane Keyboard Mouse Integrated 10/100 NIC/15"Color Monitor Dos 6.22 70
Pentium-4(2.4Ghz)Processor 256 MB DDR @266 Mhz RAM Intel845 GV CHIPSET with 533 Mhz FSB 40 GB HDD 7200RPM/1.44MB FDD P4 cabinet with 200 W SMPS HP 104 Keys Membrane Keyboard Mouse Integrated 10/100 NIC/15"Color Monitor Dos 6.22 98
Xeon (2.67Ghz)Processor 1GB DDR RAM /40GB EIDE HDD 10000RPM/ 1.44 MB FDD/ATX P4 cabinet with 500 W SMPS/110 Keys Multimedia keyboard/optical Mouse/Integrated 10/100 NIC Integrated AGP/ NVIDIA Quadro4, 128 MB graphics card/ Sound card with Multimedia kit(52X RW CD Drive)/21" Color Monitor/DOS 6.2 10
Pentium-4(2.4Ghz)Processor Intel 865 Chipset with 800 Mhz FSB 512 MB DDR RAM/ 40 GB HDD 7200RPM/1.44MB FDD P4 cabinet with 200 W SMPS HP 112 Keys Membrane Keyboard 2 button scroll Mouse/ Integrated 10/100 NIC 52X CD Drive/Integrated sound and AGP 8x Graphics Card/21"Color Monitor/ Dos 6.2 20

Software available in CCF

Borland Turbo C++ suite
Rational Rose Suite
Red Hat Enterprise Linux Advanced server edition 2.1(with cluster management software
Windows Server 2003 English OLP NLAE
Windows 2000 Advanced server media
Adobe Acrobat 6.0 - AE version
Adobe Premiere 7.0 - AE version
Corel Draw 11.01
Sound Edit 16.2
Macromedia Flash - Educational Box
Macromedia Fireworks MX - Educational Box
Macromedia Authorware 7.0 - Educational Box
Macromedia Dream weaver MX - Educational Box
Macromedia Freehand MX - Educational Box
MS Front page Std - Academic
3D studio max with character studio 4
Oracle 9i/developer 2000 for Linux/windows
EDA Tools
a)OrCAD capture with OrCAD PSPICE A/D
b)OrCAD Layout plus
Auto CAD 2004
Adobe pagemaker 7.0 - AE version
Adobe Photo shop 7.0 AE version
Adobe Illustrator 10.0 - AE version

? Total Computers at College 1181 Nos. Printers 126 Nos.
? Internet accessibility:6mpbs
? All the students are provided Laptops at the time of admission.
? Laptops are provided to all faculty

WORKSHOP:
M.I.T. has a well-equipped workshop catering to the requirements of various departments. It is housed in three blocks having a total floor area of 2800 sq. mts, in which machine shop, foundry, smithy, fitting, carpentry, wood turning, soldering and sheet metal, plumbing and welding sections are situated. The workshop presently has 30 lathes including one 24 ft. heavy duty and 2 all geared lathes. It has 7 shapers, 9 milling machines, 6 grinding machines, 4 metal cutting saws, 9 welding machines and also there are some specialized machines like hydraulic surface grinder, vertical boring machine, gear hobbing machine, center less grinder etc. Workshop is managed by Workshop Superintendent and assisted by technical staff numbering about 40. The nature of work carried out by the workshop involves imparting practical training and providing necessary guidance to the undergraduate students. It also undertakes job works and consultancy services in the areas of machining and fabrication.
Games and Sports Facilities
1. Football, Hockey, Cricket Grounds
2. Basket Ball court 2 Nos.
3. Shuttle Ball badminton court
4. Table Tennis
5. Indoor games
6. Gymnasium
7. Swimming pool
Extra Curriculum Activities

Soft Skill Development Facilities:
The Institute has affiliations with professional bodies like The Institution of Engineers (India), American Society for Civil Engineers (ASCE), Illumination Engineering Society of North America (IESNA), Indian Society for Technical Education (ISTE), The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), Computer Society of India (CSI), The Institute of Chemical Engineers, Indian Society of Lighting Engineers (ISLE). Music and Fine Arts Club, Photography Club and the HAM Club are also active on the campus.
The continuing education and student counseling department provides the necessary inputs for higher studies in India and abroad. It also provides professional and personnel counseling to the students and organizes a need based training programs on soft skills, programming languages and foreign languages.


? Number of Classrooms and size of each: 89 Nos/Size ranging between 720 sqft.to 1600 sqft

? Number of Tutorial rooms and size of each: 65 Nos. 850 sqft.each
? Number of laboratories and size of each: All the departments Have Labs/Total area 17935 sqm.
? Number of drawing halls and size of each: 8 Nos/ 2100 sqft each
? Number of Computer Centers with capacity of each: There is one Central computing Centre with capacity for 196 students Along with this all the Departments have their own computer centers at an average of 35 computers each
? Central Examination Facility, Number of rooms and capacity of each: 74 Lecture halls can be used for examination with capacity of 30 each
Teaching Learning process
Curricula and syllabi for each of the programmes as approved by the University
UG Programmes
First Year Syllabus, Bio-Medical Engg., Bio-Technology, Civil Engg., Chemical Engg., Comp. Sc. & Engg., Electronics & Comm. Engg., Electrical & Electronics Engg., Mathematics, Manufacturing Engg., Mechanical Engg., Mechatronics, Instrumentation & Cont. Engg., Information Tech., Printing & Media Engg., Physics.
P.G. Programmes
Astronomy & Space Engg, Bio-Medical Engg., Comp. Aided Mech. Design & analysis, Comp. Sc. Engg., Construction Engg., Digital Electronics & Adv. Comm., Engg. Management, Instrumentation & Cont. Engg., Illumination Technology, Manufacturing Tech., Structural Engg., Network Engineering. Nuclear Engg, Software Engg








Academic Calendar of the University
Academic Time Table
MANIPAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, MANIPAL
TENTATIVE ACADEMIC CALLENDER 2007-2008

ODD SEMESTER


Commencement of UG & PG Odd Semesters Ist August 2007 (for Ist Year )30th July (for others)
First Sessional Test 17th 18th 19th September 2007
Second Sessional Test 25,26.27th October 2007
Third Sessional Test 22nd 23rd 24th November 2007
Commencement of Examinations 30th November 2007
Last working Day 15th December 2007

EVEN SEMESTER

Commencement of UG & PG Even semester 14th January 2008
First Sessional Test 3rd 4th 5th March 2008
Second Sessional Test 10th 11th 12th April 2008
Third Sessional Test 8th 9th 10th May 2008
Commencement of Examinations 16th May 2008
Last working Day 31st May 2008
Commencement of Next Academic Year 21st July 2008


Teaching Load of each Faculty
Designation Teaching Work load per week
Lecturers
Senior Grade Lecturers
Selection Grade Lecturers 26 to 30 units
Readers 22 to 26 units
Professors 19 units




Internal Continuous evaluation System and place

1. EDUCATIONAL PROCESS:

Programme of Studies and Educational Process:

Manipal University seeks to provide education which is globally accepted. In all programmes of study great emphasis is placed on the use of modern communication technology to facilitate imparting quality education to students. In some courses of study computer aided instruction is adopted.

The university is committed to develop an efficient and flexible system. The semester system of calendar with continuous and comprehensive evaluation is adopted.

The first year BE course of study is common to all branches. The programmes of study are made up of number of credits. Each semester of study has minimum requirements of number of course credits that must be taken.

Each course is defined in terms of contact hours, which may be represented by lectures,tutitorials and practical sessions. Invariably a student will be required to carry out assignments and self study which may greatly exceed the actual number of contact hours defined for the course.

3.2 CREDIT ? BASED SYSTEM

3.2.1 The educational process at M.I.T., Manipal uses a 10 point Credit - Based System wherein the course content is expressed in number of credits.

3.2.2 The course content of individual subjects ? theory as well as practicals ? is expressed in terms of a certain number of credits. The number of credits assigned to a subject depends on the number of contact hours per week. Normally, in the case of theory subjects, the number of credits is equal to the number of contact hours (lectures & tutorials) per week, while in the case of practicals, one credit is assigned for every three contact hours per week.

3.2.3 The course content of each semester is expressed in terms of a specified number of credits. A student is deemed to have successfully completed a particular semester?s programme of study when he/she earns all the credits of that semester, i.e, he/she has no F grade in any subject of that semester.

3.2.4 Promotion of a student to higher semesters is based on his/her earning a prescribed minimum number of credits, as detailed in 3.5.

3.2.5 When a student earns the specified number of credits in every one of the specified number of semesters making up the course, he/she is deemed to have completed the requirements for graduation. This also means, a student should have an E grade or better in every subject of every semester, in order to be eligible to receive the degree.

3.2.6 The programme of study during the first year (first two semesters) of the B.E. course is common to students of all disciplines of engineering.

3.2.7 The final (eighth) semester of the B.E. course is earmarked entirely for project work.

3.2.8 The seventh semester of B.Arch. course is entirely devoted to professional training

3.2.9 The entire second year (third and fourth semesters) of the M.Tech. courses and the final (sixth) semester of the MCA course, are to be utilized for project work (and industrial training wherever applicable).
3.1.10 The first four semesters of the part-time M. Tech. course will
comprise course work, while the entire Third year (fifth and sixth semesters) is devoted to project work. During each of the first four semesters, a candidate shall register for about 50% of the total number of subjects of a regular semester of the full-time M. Tech. course. Seminar assignment can be taken in any of the first four semesters.

3.3 OUTLINE OF EVALUATION

3.3.1. The academic performance of a student is evaluated totally
internally, by the concerned teachers/ departments.

3.3.2 The student performance in each theory course (subject) is evaluated out of a maximum of 100 marks ? of which 50 marks are for in-semester assessment and 50 marks for the end-semester examination.

3.3.3 The in-semester assessment in theory subjects is based on sessional tests, assignments, quizzes, case presentations, seminars etc. The students shall be informed, sufficiently early, of the procedure followed for in-semester assessment.

3.3.4 The student performance in practicals is also evaluated out of a maximum of 100 marks, and is based totally on in-semester assessment. There will be no end-semester examination in practicals. The in-semester assessment is based on the work done by the student in the class, class tests, assignments, viva voce etc. The students shall be informed, sufficiently early, of the exact methodology of in-semester assessment.

3.3.5 Evaluation of Project Work Dissertation/Thesis

3.3.5.1 Eighth Semester B. E - The full - semester project work can be
carried out in the institution/industry/research laboratory or any other institution where facilities exist. There will be a mid-semester evaluation of the work done on the project after about 8-9 weeks. This evaluation will be done by the concerned Department/Guide and will be out of 100 marks. The final evaluation and viva voce will be after the completion of the Project work and submission of the dissertation / thesis / report. The final evaluation and viva voce will be conducted by a jury consisting of two internal examiners (one of whom, preferably, should be the internal guide). The end-semester evaluation of the project work will be out of 200 marks, while 100 marks are for the viva voce. The grade awarded to the student will be on the basis of the total marks obtained by him/her out of 400.

3.3.5.2 Second year M. Tech. / Sixth Semester MCA - A student of M.
Tech. course is expected to work on the project for a minimum of 36 weeks during the second year of the course, in the institution / industry / research laboratory or any other institution where facilities exist. There will be a mid-year evaluation of the work after about 16-18 weeks by the concerned Department. In the case of the Sixth Semester MCA students, there will be a mid-semester evaluation by the concerned Department after about 8-9 weeks. These evaluations will be out of 100 marks. The final evaluation and viva voce will be after the completion of the project work and submission of the dissertation/thesis. The final evaluation and viva voce will be conducted by a jury consisting of an internal examiner (preferably the internal guide) and an external examiner from a panel of examiners approved by the concerned Department. The final evaluation will be out of 300 marks, the break-up of which is as follows:

Evaluation by internal examiner ? 100 marks
Evaluation by external examiner ? 100 marks
Viva voce ? 100 marks
Total marks for the Project work ? 400 marks

The Grade awarded to the student will be on the basis of the total marks obtained by him / her out of 400.

Calculation of GPA / CGPA for the second year of the M. Tech. course will be done only after the final evaluation of the project work and dissertation. There will be no calculation of GPA / CGPA after the mid-year evaluation.

3.3.6 Evaluation of Architectural Design/Professional Training / Architectural and Urban Design Studio/Thesis Project for students of the B. Arch. Course.

3.3.6.1 The marks for the in-semester internal evaluation and viva-voce /
end-semester evaluation in Architectural Design V(Fifth Semester
B. Arch.), Professional Training (Seventh Semester B. Arch) and Architectural and Urban Design Studio II (Ninth Semester B. Arch.) are as follows.




Sub. Code
Subject Max. Marks for Evaluation
In-semester End-semester Total
ARC 301 Arch. Design V 50 100 150
ARC 401 Professional Training 100 200 300
ARC 501 Arch. & Urban Design Studio 50 100 150

In-semester evaluation will be done by the Department. End-semester viva-voce / evaluation will be done by a jury consisting of one internal examiner and one external examiner. The Grade(s) awarded to students will be on the basis of the total marks obtained by them in the respective subject(s).

3.3.6.2 Thesis Project(Tenth semester B. Arch.)?The in-semester internal
evaluation done by the Department/Guide will be out of 200 marks. The end-semester viva-voce/evaluation will be done by a jury consisting of two internal examiners (normally the internal guide and Dean of Faculty of Architecture) and two external examiners. The evaluation will be out of 400 marks. The grade awarded to the student will be on the basis of the total marks obtained by him/her out of 600.

3.3.7 The student performance in the sessional tests, assignments etc. shall be properly documented and announced/displayed on notice boards, within a week of the tests etc.

3.3.8 The overall performance of a student in different courses (subjects) is expressed in terms of a Letter Grade (details in 3.7).

3.4 CLASS COMMITTEES

3.4.1 Constitution of the class committees.

A common class committee for each semester of the first year B.E. course (for students of all branches of engineering) shall be constituted by the Associate Director (Academic), to consist of :

Chairman : A Professor, preferably not teaching any first year B.E.
Classes

Members : One course coordinator for each course (one among the
many teachers)

For III to VIII semester B.E. classes and for every semester class of B.Arch., M.Tech. & MCA courses, separate class committees shall be constituted by the Heads of the respective Departments to consist of:

Chairman: A senior member of the teaching faculty of the
concerned Dept., preferably not teaching the class.

Members: Teachers of all courses of study (subjects).

Coordinator: if there are more sections than one (Where there are more sections than one and more teachers than one teaching a particular course of study, one of them will be nominated coordinator and shall be a member)

3.4.2 Functions of the Class Committee:

The class committee shall meet thrice in a semester. The first meeting will be held within two weeks from the date of commencement of the semester in which the nature of the cycle of tests as well as broad assessment procedure for the different tests and practicals (if any) will be decided. The second meeting will be held two weeks after the first cycle of tests to meaningfully interact and express opinions and suggestions to improve the effectiveness of the teaching ? learning process and analyse the performance of the students in the tests. The Chairman of the class committee should send the minutes of the class committee meeting to the Associate Director (A) through the Head of the Department immediately after the first two class committee meetings.

The third meeting is to be held within one week after the last day of the end-semester examination to analyse the performance of the students in all courses of study and to decide the grade ranges for each course and pass on the statement of grade to Associate Director (A)/Deputy Registrar (A) immediately through the Head of the Department. Associate Director (A) will declare the results of the 1st year and the HOD?s will declare the result of the rest.
3.5 FACULTY ADVISERS

To help the students in planning their courses of study and for getting general advice regarding either the academic programme or any other activity, the Head of the Department /Associate Director (SW) will assign every year a certain number of students from first semester to a faculty member who will be called Faculty Adviser. The set of students thus assigned will continue to be under the guidance of this Faculty Adviser till they complete the programme.

3.5 PROMOTION TO HIGHER SEMESTERS - ACADEMIC
PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS

3.6.A B.E. & B. Arch Courses.

3.6.A.1 Promotion of a student from an even semester to the next higher
(odd) semester is subject to the minimum academic performance requirements as in 3.6.A.2.

3.6.A.2 To be eligible for admission to the third Semester, a student of
Engineering should have earned a minimum of 28 credits, whereas a student of Architecture should have earned a minimum of 22 credits at the end of their respective second Semesters. (A student earns the credits assigned to a subject, when he/she obtains an E Grade or better in that subject.)

To be eligible for admission to the fifth semester of the B.E. course, a student should have earned a minimum of 75 credits at the end of the fourth semester, while a student of Architecture, should have earned a minimum of 65 credits at the end of the fourth semester in order to be eligible for admission to the fifth semester.

To be eligible for admission to the seventh semester of the B.E. course, a student should have earned a minimum of 125 credits at the end of the sixth semester, while a student of Architecture should have earned a minimum of 115 credits at the end of the sixth semester in order to be eligible for admission to the seventh semester.

To be eligible for admission to the ninth semester of the B.Arch. course, a student should have earned a minimum of 160 credits at the end of the eighth semester.

3.6.A.3 A student, who is not eligible for promotion from an even
semester to the next higher (odd) semester for reasons of not having earned the prescribed minimum number of credits, will be required to discontinue the academic programme temporarily. He/she can rejoin the academic programme after fulfilling the academic performance requirements as in 3.5.A.3.
3.6.A.4 A student who discontinues the academic programme for any
reason and rejoins the programme at a later date, shall be governed by the rules, regulations, courses of study and syllabi in force at the time of his/her rejoining the programme.

3.6.B M. Tech. Courses:

3.6.B.1 A student can commence the project work at the beginning of
the third semester, but he / she has to earn all the credits of the first and second semesters, before he /she is permitted to submit the project thesis. Further, he / she should complete the course within the maximum period stipulated for the course.

3.6.B.2. A student the of part-time M. Tech. course can commence the
Project work at the beginning of the third year, but he/she has to earn all the credits of the first four semesters, before he/she is permitted to submit the thesis/dissertation.

3.6.C MCA Course:

3.6.C.1 Promotion of a student from an even semester to the next higher
(odd) semester is subject to the minimum academic performance requirements as in 3.6.C.2.

3.5.C.2 To be eligible for admission to the third semester, a student of
MCA course should have earned a minimum of 30 credits at the end of the second semester.

To be eligible for admission to the fifth semester, a student should have earned a minimum of 75 credits at the end of the fourth semester.

3.5.C.3 A student, who is not eligible for promotion from an even
semester to the next higher (odd) semester for reasons of not having earned the prescribed minimum number of credits, will be required to discontinue the academic programme temporarily. He / she can rejoin the academic programme after fulfilling the academic performance requirements as in 3.6.C.2.

3.5.C.4. A student who discontinues the academic programme for any
reason and rejoins the programme at a later date, shall be governed by the rules, regulations, courses of study and syllabi in force at the time of his / her rejoining the programme.


3.7 ATTENDANCE REQUIREMENTS:

3.7.1 Under the relative grading system a student must maintain an aggregate attendance record of at least 75% in individual subjects.

3.7.2 Without the minimum attendance, in any subject , students become ineligible to write the end semester examination in that subject and subsequent grading.

3.7.3 The aggregate percentage of attendance of the student during the semester will be entered in his / her grade sheet of that semester.

3.8 EVALUATION PROCEDURES:

3.8.1. Continuous Assessment:

All courses undertaken by students are evaluated during the semester using internal system of continuous assessment. The student is evaluated on class/ tutorial participation, assignment work, lab work, class tests, midterm tests, quizzes, and end semester examinations, which contribute to the final grade awarded for the subject. Students will be notified at the commencement of each course about the evaluation methods being used for the course and weightages given to the different assignments and evaluated activities. Practicals exams are eliminated.

3.8.2. Relative Grading:

Marks obtained in the in-semester and end-semester examinations are added together and a 10-point grading system will be used to award the student with an overall letter grade for the course (subject).

3.8.3. Letter Grading System:

Final evaluation of course is carried out on a TEN POINT grading system. Performance Grades and Grade Points are as shown below.
Grade A+ A B C D E F(Fail)
Grade Points 10 9 8 7 6 5 0

A student who earns a minimum of 5 grade points (E grade) in a course (subject) is declared to have successfully completed the course, and is deemed to be have earned the credits assigned to that course. A course successfully completed cannot be repeated.

A student should have appeared for the end-semester examination of the prescribed course of study (mere appearance in the continuous assessment tests is not sufficient) to be eligible for the award of the grade in the course.
If a student is eligible for but fails to appear in the end-semester examination, he/she will be awarded an ?I? grade (incomplete) on the grade sheet. For all practical purposes, an ?I? grade is treated as an ?F?.

If a student is not eligible to appear in the end-semester examination owing to his/her not fulfilling the minimum attendance requirements, he/she will be required to discontinue the programme temporarily till such time he/she fulfils the minimum attendance requirements by re-registering for those courses in which he/she had attendance shortage, at the next available opportunity.

3.8.4 Grade Point Average (GPA) & Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA):

Each course grade is converted into a specific number of points associated with the grade as in 3.7.3. These points are weighted with the number of credits assigned to a course. The Grade Point Average (GPA) is the weighted average of Grade Points awarded to a student. The grade point average for each semester will be calculated only for those students who have passed all the courses of that semester. The weighted average of GPA?s of all semesters that the student has completed at any point of time is the cumulative grade point average (CGPA) at that point of time.

CGPA up to any semester will be calculated only for those students who have passed all the courses up to that semester.

Calculation of GPA and CGPA:

Example:


Courses
Credits Letter Grade Grade
Value Credit Value Grade
Points
Maths. 3 1.3.0.0.1 C 7 3 x 7 21
Chemistry 3 B 8 3 x 8 24
Physics 3 A 9 3 x 9 27
English 2 B 8 2 x 8 16
Total 11 1.3.1Total 88


total grade points 88
In this case GPA = --------------------------- = ----- = 8.0
Credits 11

Suppose the GPAs in two successive semesters are 7.0 and 8.0 with 26 and 24 respective course credits, then the


CGPA =

Generally,
GPA = , CGPA =
Where,
n = number of courses
Ci = course credits
N = number of semesters
Gi = corresponding grades

After the results are declared, grade cards will be issued to each student which will contain the list of courses for that semester and the grades obtained by the student, as well as GPA of that semester and CGPA upto that semester.

3.8.5 Re-valuation of answer papers:

In case any student feels aggrieved about the evaluation, he/she shall have access to his/her answer paper in the end semester examination which may be shown to him/her by the teacher/s concerned. If the teacher feels that the case is genuine he/she may re-examine the case and forward a revised grade, if any, to the Associate Director (Academic) through the Chairman of the Class Committee with justification for the revision, with intimation to the Head of the Department. No further revision is permitted once the results are sent to the University for record.

3.8.6. Procedure for re-valuation of answer papers:

1. The aggrieved student should submit an application, along with the prescribed fee, to the Academic Section within 7 days of the announcement of results.
2. The Academic Section will send this information to the teachers concerned.
3. The teachers will collect the answer scripts of the said students and attend a meeting of the Class Committee Chairman and teachers (& coordinator) fixed by the Associate Director (A) on a specified date. The student will be permitted to go through his/her papers and verify the markings and make his/her case before the committee. If the teacher feels that the case is genuine he/she may re-examine the case and revise the marks / grade which is to be justified and approved by the Chairman of the Class Committee.
4. The minutes of the meeting will be submitted by the Chairman of the Class Committee to the Associate Director (A) through the HODs who will regularise the final results incorporating the changes, if any. Negligence or carelessness on the part of any teacher should be reported to the Associate Director (A)/ Director.
5. A note on the revisions and the nature of the same should be submitted to the Director by the Associate Director (A) for each semester.
6. Re-valuation fee will be returned to the students if the case is found genuine.
7. Once the final results are declared and validated the information will be passed on to the University and changes are not permitted thereafter.

3.8.7 Re-registration

Students can re-register in one or more subjects of the previous semester(s) (odd semester subjects in the odd semester only, and even semester subjects in the even semester only), provided they have F grade(s) in that subject/those subjects, by paying the prescribed fees.

Re-registration entitles the student to attend the classes where possible (however, there is no minimum attendance requirement), appear for the sessional tests and the end-semester examinations, in the subject(s) in which they have re-registered. Re-registered candidates will have to appear for sessional tests/end-semester examinations along with the regular students.

3.9 END ? SEMESTER EXAMINATION AND MAKE-UP
(SUPPLEMENTARY) EXAMINATION

3.9.1 The examinations at the end of a particular semester will be
conducted only in the subjects of the current semester. That is, at the end of the odd semester, examinations in the subjects of the odd semester only will be conducted. Similarly at the end of the even semester, examinations will be conducted only in the subjects of the even semester.


3.9.2 About 4 weeks after the conclusion of the regular examinations in the current semester subjects, there will be make-up (supplementary) examinations, before the commencement of the next semester classes. The make-up examinations will also be in the current semester subjects only. Students who have F grades in one or more subjects and those who missed one or more examinations in the regular series due to serious medical reasons, are eligible to appear for the make-up examinations in the relevant subjects. However, only the minimum pass grade ( E grade) in make up and subsequent examinations is allowed to those students who once failed (E grade) in any subject in regular examination. Those students who miss regular examination due to genuine medical reasons will be allowed to retain whatever grade they achieve in supplementary examination. If they fail in any subject in the supplementary examination, they will also get only E grade when they pass the subject in a future examination.

3.9.3. The cut ? off marks for conversion of marks into grades in the
make-up examination will be same as those in the regular end-semester examination, in a particular subject.


3.10 WITHHOLDING OF RESULTS:

Results will be withheld when a student has not paid his/her dues or when there is a case of indiscipline pending against him/her.

3.11 REQUIREMENTS FOR GRADUATION

A student is deemed to have completed the requirements for graduation if he / she has:

i) Fulfilled all minimum requirements in prescribed courses of study and earned the number of credits specified depending upon the programme of study (B.E./B.Arch./M.Tech./MCA) (Annexure 1)
ii) Satisfied all rules of evaluation
iii) Satisfied the requirements specified by the department, if any.
iv) Paid all dues to the Institute.
v) has no case of indiscipline pending against him/her.

Students? assessment of Faculty, System in place.
The Institute adopts a student feed back practice. In this practice each faculty is evaluated by each student at the end of each semester. The faculty is evaluated through 10 questionnaires each carrying 5 points each. Thus the total point is 50. The questions are framed to judge the teaching, knowledge, punctuality, sincerity, and leadership skills. The points obtained by each faculty is made known to the faculty and this gives an opportunity to every faculty to improve the area in which he is week as judged by the student. The student feedback is also used as one of the criteria for promotion of a faculty. The Institute has recently started the student feed back system through on line to maintain Confidentiality.
DETAILS ABOUT POST GRADUATE PROGRAMS OFFERED BY THE INSTITUTE


Post Graduate programme:
MANIPAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, MANIPAL
TENTATIVE ACADEMIC CALLENDER 2007-2008

ODD SEMESTER


Commencement of UG & PG Odd Semesters Ist August 2007 (for Ist Year )30th July (for others)
First Sessional Test 17th 18th 19th September 2007
Second Sessional Test 25,26.27th October 2007
Third Sessional Test 22nd 23rd 24th November 2007
Commencement of Examinations 30th November 2007
Last working Day 15th December 2007

EVEN SEMESTER

Commencement of UG & PG Even semester 14th January 2008
First Sessional Test 3rd 4th 5th March 2008
Second Sessional Test 10th 11th 12th April 2008
Third Sessional Test 8th 9th 10th May 2008
Commencement of Examinations 16th May 2008
Last working Day 31st May 2008
Commencement of Next Academic Year 21st July 2008


Fee Structure (Common to all Pg Courses)
M Tech: Tuition Fee: Rs.1,10,000
Other fee: Rs. 35,000
MCA: Tuition Fee: Rs 73,000
Other Fee : Rs.37,000

Hostel Facilities in the Campus :
? Hostel Library
? STD Booths
? Floodlit Basket Ball Court
? Table Tennis
? Gymnasium
? Swimming Pool
? Badminton Hall
? Cable TV
? Athletics, Football, Hockey, Volley Ball
? Washing Machine in Women?s Hostel
? Night Canteen for Women
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gud job dude.........
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wow its pretty long
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wow...so many lies...visit www.mitplacements.com for more information...

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Hmm , I don't think they are lies at all.I remember searching for the source and reading the original document.

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Some people just love to take pangas.............


hold on people the manipal people are going to attack any time now..........


there placement site has just gone into underconstruction phase.......


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Their placements website was always under construction,and this is not a panga yaar,its the truth,its from the

mandatory disclosure.why the need to fight?


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its all false..
microsft took one of frnds...
and he got 9.5 lakhs..

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go here

http://www.mitplacements.com/stats2.asp#
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Gud Job Man...Where's dt shockin faced smiley when u need one???
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abe chu* ke patthe....dis is an old doc....lisn u d**kle** fa**ot....manipals placemets aint wat u showd here...highest for the last 2 yrs has been 13.5 lpa by laing o rourke,microsoft,SCHLUMBERGER,GOOGLE,YAHOO,INTEL,VOLVO,IOCL ET AL VISIT MANIPAL CAMPUS REGULARLY....AVG IS ARND 3.6 LPA...PLACEMENTS BEIN BAD ...EH????GO CHECK WWW.MANIPAL.INFO THR IS A LINK FOR ADMISSION QUERIES...WAHAAN JAAKE DEKH LE CHUTIYE KI KAUN KAUN SI COMPANIES AATI HAI......D WEBSITE OF THE COLLEGE IS F** UP AND RARELY GETS UPDATED.... CHK UR FACTS B4 POSTIN ANE BALDERASH...AAJKAL AADHA TIME TUM JAISE GADHON KO HI ZYAAN DENE MEIN BEET JAATA HAI....

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the source itself is manipal and itself it states for term 06-07. that means last year


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Don't join Manipal if you are eligible in any IIT,IIIT,BITS,DA, DCE, COEP or any NITs or even any Govt ENG. College within your State. All that glitters is not Gold !!!!


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Not realli. I would rate Manipal around 45th rank in Indian engg colleges, ahead of at least 8-10 NITs and most govt colleges.

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yar dekh source is our website lekin dats wrong ok...last uyear v had schlum recruitin 3,microsoft recruitin 4,and yahoo and odrs came as well....u can c it at d site i mentioned....
@PAUL....well i agree u shldnt join manipal if u r gtn ANE GODDAMN branch in ANE IIT,IIIT,DCE/NSIT,THAPAR,PEC,.....but not all nits yes a decent brqanch like mech shld b ur preference in case u get a seat in TOP 4-5 NITS ...not all nits and definitely not ane govt engg college....thr have been many manipal alumini who have made their mark in technical education,management and been to ivy league instis 4 higher studies....AND A**CRACK DIS YEAR THE STUDENT PLAN BY SOME MANIPAL STUDENTS WAS SHORTLISTD AMNG 20 BEST BUSINESS PLANS IN D WRLD AHEAD OF MANY IVY LEAGUE INSTIS....THR ISNT ANE DEARTH OF MANIPAL STUDENTS WHO ARE HOLDIN VERY COMMANDIN POSITIONS IN D INDUSTRY....AND V DONT NEED SISSY 12TH PASS TOTS TO TELL PPL HERE WAT TO CHOOSE OR NOT...THR HAVE BEEN PPL FAR SMARTER THAN U OR PPL IN UR FAM9ILY STUDYIN HERE AND BAGGIN DREAM JOBS K....MANIPAL AINT A GRT INTIS...ITS STRICTLY OK....BUT SO ARE MOST ENGG COLLEGES IN INDIA....IT WLD B AMNG TOP 30 INTIS OVRALL AND PLACEMENTS WISE AMNG TOP 25..PERIOD....

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Manipal is better than all NITs except 7-8

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@rishi


 


absolutely true....manipal is the second best private engineering college in india after bits pilani...its in the same league as thapar,da-iict,PSG Coimbatore...and its placements are really not updated well...hence drawing conclusions from that incomplete data is sheer foolishness....and this year schlumberger has recruited 12 students...placements are getting better at a very rapid pace....

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hey boy check out the new placement list of previous year
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@ bayernrox
no man i dunt think its the 2nd best private college ....i guess THAPAR,PSG AND BIT MESRA r far btr....DAIICT is cool but it has jus 1 branch and i guess our placements r btr than daiicts....aur bhai schlum dint recruit 12 ppl ...it took 3 ppl and 3 wr askd to appear 4 interview in pune....waise i guess this year they wld be takin in more ppl and at a higher package than last tym as per our placement cell ppl...



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