Mandatory Disclosure

Mandatory Disclosure updated on: 01.03.2021

 Name of the Institution- Delhi Technical Campus, 4th Km. Stone, Bahadurgarh-Badli Road, Naya Gaon, Bahadurgarh-124507, Distt: Jhajjar, Haryana – 124507

 

Email: delhitechnicalcampus11@gmail.com

 

Website: www.delhitechnicalcampus.com

 

Contact Nos:

 8295884502 , 8222811206

 

Name and address of the Trust / Society / Company and the Trustees

Society for Development of Human resources, Village Ranhola , Delhi

Email: parveshkr72@gmail.com

Contact Nos.: 9311054139

 

Name and Address of the Director

Dr. Rajbir Singh Gulia

Delhi technical campus

Director

Email: dir.delhitechnicalcampus@gmail.com

Contact No: 8295884502

 

Name of the Affiliating University

Maharshi Dayanand university, Rohtak  

 

Governance

Members of the Board and their brief background

Annexure attached

 

Members of Academic Advisory Body

Annexure attached

 

Frequency of the Board Meeting and Academic Advisory Body

Twice in a year

 

Organizational Chart and process

 Annexure attached

 

Nature and Extent of involvement of Faculty and students in academic affairs

/improvements

Staff and Students fully involved

 

Mechanism / Norms and procedure for democratic/Good Governance

Regular interaction with staff and students and all stake holders

 

Student feedback on Institutional Governance / Faculty performance

360 0 feedback mechanism, regular meetings of Director and HOD’s with class

representatives

 

Grievance Redressal mechanism for faculty, staff and students

Committee constituted with staff and students

Annexure attached

 

Establishment of Anti Ragging Committee

Annexure attached

 

Establishment of Online Grievance Redressal Mechanism

 http://www.delhitechnicalcampus.com

 

Establishment of Grievance Redressal Committee in the Institution and Appointment of OMBUDSMAN by the University

Dr. AS. Maan, Professor in Physics MDU, Rohtak

Annexure attached

 

Establishment of Internal Complaint Committee (ICC)

Annexure attached

 

Establishment of Committee for SC /ST

Annexure attached

 

Internal Quality Assurance Cell

Annexure attached

 

Programmes –

Name of Programmes approved by AICTE-

  1. i) Management , ii) Engineering and Technology

 

Name of Programmes Accredited by AICTE-

Nil

 

Status of Accreditation of the Courses

Total Number of Courses- 6

No. of Courses for which applied for Accreditation -Nil

Status of Accreditation – Preliminary/Applied for SAR and result awaited/applied for SAR and visits completed / Results of the visits awaited / Rejected / Approved for the Courses

 

 

Programme-wise data:-

 

Name

B.Tech

MBA

BBA

Numbers of Seats

180

90

60

Duration

4

2

3

Cut off Marks / rank of admission during the last

three years

50 %

50%

50%

Fee

70000/- P.A.

68000/- P.A.

49,500/- P.A

Placement Facilities

Dedicated Training and Placement Department

with TPO is available in College

Campus placement in last  three years with minimum salary, maximum salary and average salary

Annexure attached

 

  •  Twining and collaboration, if any –NIL
  • Faculty

 

 

 

B.Tech

MBA & BBA

Permanent Faculty

28

12

Adjunct Faculty

0

0

Permanent Faculty : Student

Ratio

1:20

1:20

 

  • Profile of Director  / Faculty

Annexure attached

 

  • Fee

                 Detail of fee, as approved by State Fee Committee

 

PROGRAMME

TUITION FEE

DEVELOPMENT

FUND

STUDENT FUND

B.TECH

44,000

11000

5500

BBA

40,000

9500

MBA

35,200

6600

4180

 

                Time schedule for payment of fee for the entire programme

                Twice a year (Semester wise)

 

                No. of fee waivers granted with amount and name of students

                 Nil

 

                Number of scholarship offered by the Institution, duration and amount

                NIL

                

            Estimated cost of Boarding and Lodging in Hostels- 60,000/- P.A

 

  • Admissions
  • Number of seats sanctioned

 

Programme

Seats Sanctioned

Year of Approval

B.TECH

180

2021

MBA

90

2021

BBA

60

2020

 

  • Number of Students Admitted

B.TECH

 

YEAR

Gen

SC / ST

OBC

Total

2017

21

01

00

22

2018

14

00

00

14

2019

61

01

00

62

2020

23

00

00

23

 

Number of applications received during last two years for admission under Management Quota and number admitted

 

 MBA

 

Year

Application received under

Management Quota

Number of Students Admitted

2019

20

20

2020

17

17

 

                            BBA

 

Year

Application received under management Quota

Numbers of students Admitted

2018

44

44

2019

32

32

2020

33

33

 

                         Admission Procedure

 

The admission to the candidates is given strictly as per Norms stipulated by Director Technical Education, Haryana (HSTES) and Affiliating University i.e. MDU, Rohtak.

Application form for admission to PG programmes 2020-21

 

  • Starting Date for request of application : 23-Jul-2020
  • Last Date for submission of application:     13-Aug -2020
  • Last date of admission:   31-Dec -2020
  • Start of session:  17-Aug-2020
  • Policy for refund of fee: As per AICTE/University

 

 

 

 

                                      Number of seats allotted to different Test Qualified candidate separately

 

AIEEE / CET

 

State Conducted test/ university tests/

CMAT/GPAT)

NO

Association Conducted Test

 

 

                       Calendar for admission against Management / Vacant Seats:

 
  

 

Criteria and Weighages for admission

Describe each criterion with its respective weightage

 

As per AICTE / University norms

Mention the minimum level of acceptance, if any

Mention the cut-off levels of percentage and percentile score of the candidates in the admission test for the last three years

 

Years

Cutoff percentage B.TECH, BBA

MBA

2019

50%

50%

2018

50%

50%

2017

50%

50%

 

Information of infrastructure and other resources available

Number of class rooms and size of each – 15 numbers, 66 Sqm each.

Number of Tutorial rooms and size of each- 4 numbers, 33 Sqm each

Number of Laboratories and size of each- 32 numbers, 66 sqm each

Number of drawing halls with capacity of each – One number, 132 sqm

Number of computer cerntres with capacity of each: 01 No, 150 Sqm.

Central Examination facility

01 Exam Room of 30 sqm and all class rooms are used for examination purpose

Barrier free built environment for disabled and elderly persons – Yes

 

Occupancy certificate- Annexure attached

 

Fire and safety certificate– Annexure attached

Hostel facilities – Yes

Library

 

B.Tech.

MBA

Numbers of books

12603

3683

Numbers of Titles

 

588

Journals for B.Tech

6

 

Journals for MBA

6

DELNET JOURNAL SUBSCRIBED

List of Online National / International Journal

Subscribed

DELNET E-Journals SUBSCRIBED

AS  AVAILBLE IN DELNET

E-Library Facilities

YES

YES

 

Laboratory and Workshop

 

List of Major Equipment / Facilities in each Laboratory / Workshop- As per Annexure Attached

 

List of Experimental Setup in each Laboratory / Workshop- As per University curriculum / Syllabus

 

Computing Facilities

 

Internet Bandwidth

100  MBPS

Number and Configuration of System

Dual Core and above with

2 GB and above RAM

Total number of System Connected by LAN

00

Total Number of System Connected by WAN

120

Major Software Packages Available

Microsoft

Special Purpose facilities Available

LCD / LED Projectors, MFPs, Sound System, Biometrics

 

Innovation Cell

Social Media Cell

Compliance of the National Academic Depository (NAD), applicable to PGCM / PGDM Institutions and University Departments – N/A

 

List of facilities available –

  • Game and Sports Facilities
  • Extra- Curricular Activities
  • Soft skill Development Facilities

Teaching Learning Process

Curricula and syllabus for each of the programmes as approved by the University – Yes

 

Academic calendar of the University – Annexure attached

 

Academic Time Table with the name of the Faculty members handling the courseAnnexure attached

 

Teaching load of each faculty – as per list attached

Internal continuous Evaluation System and place – As an affiliated institution of MDU , evaluation norms of the university are followed. The college has adopted a method of assessing the academic performance of the students on a continuous basis. The marks allotted for internal exams and that of external exams are as per prescribed MDU norms. The following components are part of internal exams:-

  1. i)     Sessional exams, ii)     class tests, iii)   written assignments, iv) seminars and
  2. v) classroom interaction.

 

Student’s assessment of faculty, System and place –The institute encourages faculty to improve their quality of teaching through faculty development programs in order to provide student with the best teaching practices, fair assessment and suitable behavior.

 

Enrollment of students in the last three years

 

Year

MCA

MBA

2019

54

60

2018

51

56

2017

28

60

 

List of Research Projects / Consultancy works

Number of projects carried out, funding agency, grant received –Annexure attached

 

 

Publications (if any) out of research in last three years out of masters projects – N/A

Industry Linkage

MOUs with Industries (Minimum 3) – Attached

 

LOA and subsequent EOA till the current Academic Year http://www.delhitechnical campus.com

 

Best Practice adopted, if any:-

  • An industry advisory board is set up by the institute for

establishing a strong connect with industries.

  • Regular training & placement is imparted in the area of communication skill and aptitude to the students to make them employable.
  • The college has encouraged students to pursue internships during the vacations and acquire necessary problem solving
  • The college regularly encourages the students to compete in external competitions (tech fests, paper presentations and idea and innovation contests).
  • Parents meet are conducted to take the regular feedback about the progress of their ward and overall development of the
  • A unique counseling process is followed wherein each faculty is allocated 20 students as a Proctor with an objective to constantly follow student progress and accordingly suggest changes in case of any deviation.
  • Case Analysis / Applied Problems Solving: To develop the conceptual skills, to identify & formulate and solve problems innovatively, students undertake Case Studies and Simulation
  • Tutorial Classes for weak
  • Earn-While-Learn scheme for deserving students implemented.
  • Financial assistance to the poor and needy students is made
  • Ragging is an undesirable social offence which is totally banned in the