Parameters: Engineering (Teaching)

Teaching, Learning & Resources (Ranking Weightage = 0.30)

These parameters are related to the core activities of any place of learning. These lay emphasis on measuring numbers and quality of faculty, library and lab resources and general facilities for development of young persons. These are organized into the following sub-parameters:

Research, Professional Practice & Collaborative Performance (Ranking Weightage = 0.20)

Excellence in teaching and learning is closely associated with the scholarship of the faculty and students. Equally, faculty members are expected to make their knowledge and expertise available to benefit the society and industry. These parameters, therefore, attempt to measure the quantity and quality of research output as seen through international data bases, IPR generation and interface with industry and fellow professionals. These are organized as follows:

Graduation Outcomes (Ranking Weightage = 0.25)

This parameter forms the ultimate test of the effectiveness of the core teaching/learning activity, and measures the student graduation rate and their success in finding appropriate placement in industry and Government or taking up higher studies. These are organized as follows:

Outreach (Ranking Weightage = 0.15)

The Ranking framework lays special emphasis on representation of women and socially challenged persons in student and/or faculty populations, and also on outreach activities of the institution. These are detailed below:

Perception (Ranking Weightage = 0.10)

The ranking methodology gives a significant importance to the perception of the institution by its stakeholders. This will be accomplished through Stakeholder Surveys.