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Information received from University can be seen at Annexure
UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY AND
MANAGEMENT
DETAILED INFORMATION
UNIVERSITY CAMPUS
Bijni Complex, Laitumkhrah
SHILLONG – 793 003
UNIVERSITY GRANTS COMMISSION
BAHADUR SHAH ZAFAR MARG
NEW DELHI-110 002
Proforma for submission of information by State Private Universities for
ascertainingtheir norms and standards
A. Legal Status
1.1
Name and Address of the University
University of Technology and Management
Bijni Complex, Laitumkhrah,
Shillong - 793 003 (Meghalaya)
1.2
Headquarters of the University
Shillong, Meghalaya
1.3
Information about University
a) Website
:
www.utm.ac.in
b) E-Mail
:
[email protected]/ [email protected]
c) Phone Nos.
:
0364-2500969/2500975/2500980
d) Fax Nos.
:
0364-2500955
Information about Authorities of the University
Name
Chancellor
Mr. Sanjay Kaul
Vice Chancellor
Dr. S.J. Chopra
Pro Vice
Chancellor
Prof. Avinash
Singh
Registrar
Ms. Deepa Verma
Finance Officer
Mr. K.B. Lal
Tel. No.
0364-2500969/25009
75/
2500980
011-42654895
0364-2500969/
2500975/
2500980
011-41633137
0364-2500975
Mobile No.
9811106060
Email ID
[email protected]
011-41730154
9810442045
0364-2500955;
[email protected] /
[email protected]
011-41730154
8575994722/
9811302082
011-41730151-153
0364-2500969/
2500975/
2500980
011- 41633138
0364-2500969
Fax Nos.
0364-2500955
0364-2500955;
[email protected]
011-41730154
9810767679
0364-2500955;
[email protected]
011-41730154
9810279998
0364-2500955
[email protected]
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1.4
Date of Establishment
04 January 2011 (Notification of UTM Act)
1.5
Name of the Society / Trust promoting the University
Hydrocarbons Education and Research Society (HERS),(MOA at Annexure -1)
1.6
Composition of the Society / Trust
The Composition of the Society / Trust [Hydrocarbons Education and Research
Society (HERS)] is attached at Appendix-I
1.7
Whether the members of the Society/Trust are Members in other
Societies / Trusts or in the Board of Governors in Companies? If yes,
please provide the details
Not applicable.
1.8
Whether the promoting Society/Trust is involved in promoting/running
any other University / Educational Institution?
The details of Promoting Society/Trust’s involvement in promoting /running other
University / Educational Institution is attached at Appendix-III
1.9
Whether the promoting Society/Trust is involved in promoting/running
activities other than educational?
No
1.10
Act and Notification under which Established
The University of Technology and Management Act, 2010 (Act No. 3 of 2001) of
Meghalaya State,notified on 04th January 2011.Copy of the Act appended
asAnnexure – 2
1.11
Whether the University has been established by a separate State Act?
Yes
B. Organization Description
2.1
Whether Unitary in nature (as per the UGC Regulation)
Yes
2.2
Territorial Jurisdiction of the University as per the Act
State of Meghalaya
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2.3
Details of the Constituent Units of the University, if any, as mentioned in
the Act
 School of Media & Communication (SMC)
 School of Applied Sciences (SoAS),
 School of Medicine (SoM),
 School of Retail & Fashion Studies (SRFS),
 School of Fashion & Design (SoFD),
 School of Travel & Tourism (SoTT),
 School of Legal Studies (SLS) and
 School of Technology (SoT) and allied sectors
2.4
Whether any Off-Campus Centre(s) established? If Yes, please give
details
No
2.5
Whether any Off-Shore campus established? If Yes, please give details
No
2.6
Does the University offer a distance education programme? If yes,
whether the courses run under distance mode are approved by the
competent authority?
Not as yet. However, the University has applied to Distance Education Council for
approval to offer programs through distance learning mode.
2.7
Whether the University has established study centre(s)? If yes, please
provide details and whether these study centres are approved by the
competent authority of the University and UGC?
Not applicable
C. Academic Activities Description
3. Academic Programmes
3.1
Details of the programmes permitted to be offered by Gazette Notification
of the State Government and its reference
Details are provided in Appendix-VIII
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3.2
Current Number of academic programmes/courses offered by the
University
Details are provided in Appendix-IX
3.3 Whether approvals of relevant statutory council(s) such as AICTE, BCI,
DEC, DCI, INC, MCI, NCTE, PCI, etc have been taken to
a) Start new courses
b) To increase Intake
If yes, please enclose copy of the approval and give course wise details
UTM at present only offers technical programmes. As per ruling of the Hon’ble
Supreme Court in the case of Bharathidasan University v/s AICTE, it is not mandatory
for a university created in accordance with Section 2(f) of the UGC Act to seek prior
approval of AICTE for starting courses or programmes in technical education.
However, the University follows the academic & infrastructural norms as laid down by
the AICTE.
Further, the programmes/courses mentioned above are approved by the Academic
Council of UTM.
3.4
If the University is running courses under Distance Mode, please provide
details about the students enrolled
Not as yet. Proposal for obtaining permission to start DL programmes has been
submittedto the DEC. Visit of DEC team for the purpose is awaited.
3.5
Temporal plan of Academic Work in the University
UTM follows semester systemfor all programmes (July – December and January –
June).
3.6
Whether the University is running any course which is not specified under
Section 22 of the UGC Act, 1956? If yes, please give details
All the courses offered by UTM are in consonance with Section 22 of the UGC Act,
1956.
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4.
Student Enrolment and Student Support
4.1
Number of students enrolled in the University for the current academic
year according to regions and countries
Course wise total No of Students registered as on 2nd August (for courses on offer in
2012-13 session) is as under:
Particulars
Male/female
breakup of
students
UG
Male
62
PG
Female
Male
Female
10
02
02
4.2
NEDomiciled
Other
States
No. of
NRI
Students
Overseas
Students
Grand
Total
61
Nil
Nil
72
04
03
01
04
Category wise number of students
Programme
B.Tech. Com.
Science (CC & VT)
B.Tech (E & C Engg.)
BBA (HTT)
MBA (Event Mgmt.)
Gen
M
F
SC
ST
OBC
F
Total
M
M
F
M
F
M
F
39
04
-
01
02
01
07
-
48
06
06
02
01
-
02
-
03
-
12
02
01
-
-
-
01
02
-
-
02
02
02
01
-
-
-
-
-
01
02
02
4.3 Details of the two batches of students admitted
UTMs first academic batch commenced from 2012, details of which are as under:
Particulars
No. admitted
No. of Drop outs
a) Within 4 months of joining
b) Afterwards
 No. appeared for the final year
examination
 No. passed in the final exam.
 No. passed in First class
Batch 1
Year of Entry: 2012
UG
72
01
PG
04
Total
76
Nil
01
Not applicable. Still in II semester.
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4.4 Does the University provide bridge/remedial courses to the educationally
disadvantaged students?
(i)
(ii)
(iii)
(iv)
Given the diverse background of the students, 3-4 days ‘Personality
Enhancement Programs’ with outside experts is mandatory for all students to
enhance their communication skills & develop leadership qualities. These were
held in July & August 2012;
Remedial courses are organized periodically for students weak in English
communication;
‘Directed reading’ under guidance of faculty is arranged for students falling
short of attendance norm;
Summer School will be organized for the students at the end of the academic
year for a period of 6 weeks which will be run like a compressed semester for
academically weak students.
4.5 Does the University provide any financial help to the students from socially
disadvantageous group?
Yes.
(i) 25% Tution fee concession is extended to Meghalaya domiciled candidates subject
to certain conditions;
(ii) Limited ‘Merit-cum-Means’ Scholarships are also available.
4.6
In case the University is running M.Phil/Ph.D programme, whether it is
full time or part time and whether these programmes are run as per UGC
Regulations 2009 on M.Phil/Ph.D
Not at present. However, UTM has framed ‘Regulations Governing Programmes
Leading to the Award of the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy, 2012’ which are on the
lines of UGC Regulations 2009.
4.7
Whether the University has a website? If yes please give website address
and whether the website is regularly updated?
The University website is: www.utm.ac.in and is regularly updated.
4.8
How are the prospective students informed about the criteria for
admission, rules and regulations, facilities available, etc?
Through UTM website, advertisements, school contact programmes, career
seminars, Prospectus cum Information Bulletin, face-to-face counseling, e-mails, etc.
4.9
Whether any grievance redressal mechanism is available in the
University? If yes, please provide details about the complaints received
against malpractices, etc in the University
Grievance redressal mechanism for students is in place. Apart from a faculty member
designated as “Counsellor’, each class of students has a faculty member designated
as ‘Class Coordinator’ who counsels and attends to their academic related problems
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-taking help of other faculty/concerned officialwhereverrequired. Hostel
&administrative problems are resolved by Associate Director (Campus Affairs) in
consultation with Hostel Wardens.
Other cases of malpractices in the University by any member of faculty or senior
official are resolvedby the Pro-Vice Chancellor in consultation with activity head after
taking approval of the Vice Chancellor.
For redressal of faculty grievances, UTM Act has necessary provision.
So far, no complaints of any malpractice in the University have been received.
5.
Curriculum, Teaching Learning Process/Method, Examination/ Evaluation
System
5.1
Which University body finalized the Curriculum? The composition of the
body may be given
The Academic Council is the highest academic body of the University which:
 Approves curricula and syllabi of the programmes /courses to be offered;
 Prescribes the number of academic programmes/ courses, their eligibility
requirements, intake, etc.
 Frames the Rules for academic matters including the structure of student
evaluation, conduct of examination and declaration of results;
 Reviews and monitor the standards of instruction, education, training and
research carried on or imparted in the University;
 Approves recognition and equivalence of the certificates, diplomas and degrees
of other Universities and Institutions
In compliance of the above, the programmes on offer in 2012 and being offered in
2013 have been duly approved by the Academic Council of UTM.The composition of
Academic Council is enclosed at Appendix-XVII
5.2
What are the Rules/Regulations/Procedure for revision of the Curriculum
and when was the curriculum last updated
Generally, after a batch passes out, i.e. 2-4 years depending upon theduration of the
programme.
Curricula of the currently run programs was developed and approved by the
Academic Council in 2011.
Since the first batch of the University commenced from July 2012, the curricula will be
reviewed andupdated by the Academic Council accordingly.
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5.3
Whether approval of statutory bodies such as Board of Studies, Academic
Council and Board of Management of the University has been taken to
start various courses? If yes, please enclose extract of the minutes
Yes, approval of Academic Council to start the courses wastaken which was ratified by
the Board of Management and noted by the Board of Governors. The relevant extract
of the minutes are attached asAnnexure 3.
5.4
Furnish details of the following aspects of curriculum design
Innovation such as Modular Curricula: Not at present, though the Academic Council
has already approved separate diploma/ PG diploma /degree courses for
management programmes.
However, the programmes proposed to be offered through DL mode (following
DECapproval) will have modular structure.
Inter/Multidisciplinary Approach:Considering the professional nature of the
programmes offered by the University, curricular structure is inter-disciplinary.
5.5
Has the University conducted an academic audit? If yes please give
details regarding frequency and its usage
Not as yet being the first academic year. But the University is in the process of
identifying the Audit team for the purpose. Academic audit will be carried out every
two years.
5.6
Apart from classroom instruction, what are the other avenues of learning
provided for thestudents?
As a regular feature, the classroom instructionis supplemented by:
 Guest lectures by eminent faculty & others (5 lectures held so far);
 Seminars (seminar on global developments & career opportunities in Cloud
Computing and Electronics & Communication” was held on 30 Nov. 2012);
 Project work/dissertation, etc.
 industry visits&summer training/internships in final year of study to prepare
students for the corporate world;
5.7
Please provide details of the examination system? Whether examination
based or practical based
The Evaluation/Examination system as approved by Academic Council of UTM
comprises:




Continuous internal assessment : (30% weightage)
Mid Semester Examination : (20% weightage)
Semester End examinations – both theory & practical : (50% weightage)
Instructor-led evaluation
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
5.8
Relative Grading system on 0-4 point scale
What methods of evaluation of answer scripts does the University follow?
Whether external experts are invited for evaluation?

The University has duly approved “UTM Regulations Governing the Examination
and Evaluation System. 2012” which are since being followed.

The answer scripts are normally evaluated by the Instructor (concerned
teacher) or course in-charge or by an evaluator other than the paper setter
appointed by the Head/Dean. Evaluated answer scripts of Mid Semester
Examination are shown to the students.

The evaluator evaluates the answer scripts and awards marks, rounding off
fractional marks to the next higher whole number, and converts the marks in to
letter grades as prescribed.

The evaluator prepares the grade sheet providing following information about
each student:
i)
Continuous Internal Assessment (IA) marks obtained out of 100 and
reduced to 30%
ii)
Mid-Semester (MS) marks obtained out of 100 and reduced to 20%
iii)
End-Semester (ES) marks obtained out of 100 and reduced to 50%
iv)
Composite score obtained out of 100 (30% IA +20% MS +50%ES)
v)
Based on (iv), tentative grades are assigned to the students

The grades awarded by the faculty are discussed and finalized in consultation
with the Examination Committee (EC). The EC has the authority to moderate
the results submitted by the faculty members and also call for an explanation
from the faculty, if need be.
All efforts are made to maintain fairness and utmost secrecy and confidentiality.
5.9
Mention the number of malpractice cases reported during the last three
years and how they are dealt with.
No major case of malpractice has been reported so far.
5.10
Does the University have a continuous internal evaluation system?
Yes (over all 30% weightage)
5.11
How are the question papers set to ensure the achievement of the
course objectives?
Number of students being small, only one set of question papers are prepared by
paper setters for each subject. However, going forward, there will be two sets of
Question Papers prepared with model answers approved by the Head of the
Schools. The PVC will take the final call as to which paper will be final one.
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5.12
State the policy of the University for the Constitution of Board of
Question Paper setters, Board of Examiners and Invigilators?
The University follows instructor-led evaluation – as is the practice in best of
universities. As such, question papers are set by course teacher and moderated by
academic head. An examination committee has been constituted. Role of
invigilators have been defined and the faculty are nominated through a circular
appointing them as invigilators.
5.13
How regular and time bound are conduct of examinations and
announcement of results? Substantiate with details of dates of
examinations and announcement of results for the last three years.
Year
2012 (I Semester)
6.
6.1
Date of exams
11- 20 Dec. 2012
Date of announcement of results
14 January 2013
Admission Process
How are students selected for admission to various courses?
Presently, the University is offering the following courses
(i) BBA (Hospitality, Travel and Tourism)
(ii) MBA (Event Management)
(iii) B.Tech (Computer Science) with specialization in Cloud Computing &
Virtualization Technology
(iv) B.Tech (Electronics & Communication Engg)
For BBA programme, Minimum 50% marks at Higher & Senior Secondary Level (10th
and 12th) – Selection criteria: Group Discussion and Interview.
For MBA programme, Minimum 50% marks at Higher & Senior Secondary Level (10th
and 12th), Graduate with minimum 50% marks from a recognized University followed
by National Level test (UPES-MET/MAT/CAT – CAT Score 65 percentile or MAT score
of 70 percentile)+Group Discussion and Interview. Candidates having relevant
domain experience or qualification will be exempted from presenting test scores.
For B.Tech programs, Minimum 50% marks at Higher & Senior Secondary Level
(10th& 12th) / 50% aggregate in PCM at Senior Secondary Level (12th). Candidates
who have qualified UPES Engineering Aptitude Test (UPESEAT) will be admitted
through Centralized Counselling or Board Merit/AIEEE Merit through Merit Ranking –
Board Merit (60% Marks t Higher & Senior Secondary Level and minimum 60%
aggregate in PCM at Senior Secondary Level. AIEEE Merit (Minimum 50% marks at
Higher and Senior Secondary Level and minimum 50% aggregate in PCM at Senior
Secondary Level. AIEEE rank – up to 2.5 lakh (All India Rank) or up to 10,000 (State
Rank)
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6.2
Whether the University is admitting students from National level Entrance
Test or State Level Entrance Test? If yes, please provide following details:
Yes.
Name of the
National / State
Level Entrance
Exam
UPES-MET
UPESEAT
6.3
No. of
students
admitted
% of students
from the total
admitted
Remarks
4
68
100%
100%
MBA Admissions
B.Tech Admissions
Whether admission procedure is available on the University Website and
in the Prospectus?
Yes.
6.4
Please provide the details of the eligibility criteria for admission in all the
courses
BBA programmes:
Minimum 50% marks at Higher & Senior Secondary Level (10th and 12th) followed by
Group Discussion and Interview.
MBA programmes:
Minimum 50% marks at Higher & Senior Secondary Level (10th and 12th), Graduation
in any stream with minimum 50% marks from a recognized University followed by
National Level test (UPES-MET/MAT/CAT – CAT Score 65 percentile or MAT score of
70 percentile/AICTE’s CMAT)+Group Discussion and Interview. Candidates having
relevant domain experience or qualification will be exempted from presenting test
scores.
B.Tech. programmes:
Exam Pathways
Minimum 50% marks at Higher & Senior Secondary Level (10th& 12th) / 50%
aggregate in PCM at Senior Secondary Level (12th). Candidates who have qualified
UPES Engineering Aptitude Test (UPESEAT) will be admitted through Centralized
Counselling
Non-Exam Pathways
Board Merit/AIEEE Merit through Merit Ranking
Board Merit (60% Marks t Higher & Senior Secondary Level and minimum 60%
aggregate in PCM at Senior Secondary Level.
AIEEE Merit (Minimum 50% marks at Higher and Senior Secondary Level and
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minimum 50% aggregate in PCM at Senior Secondary Level. AIEEE rank – up to 2.5
lakh (All India Rank) or up to 10,000 (State Rank)
6.5
Whether University is providing any reservation/relaxation in admission?
Yes. The following policy with regard to ‘Reservation of Seats’ in the University for
domiciles of Meghalaya and other North-Eastern States is in place as approved by the
Board of Management, UTM:
i) For domiciled candidates from Meghalaya and other North-Eastern States:
a) 15% of seats in each academic programme to be reserved for Meghalaya
domiciled candidates;
b) 15% of seats to be reserved for domiciled candidates from other
north-eastern states;
c) Such reservation will be subject to the production of ‘domicile certificate’
issued by the competent authority;
d) In event of seats reserved under category (a) and or (b) remaining
unfilled, the entire 30% of seats will be made available to the north-east
domiciled candidates;
e) In further event of such reserved seats not being availed by candidates
defined under (d) above, all of these or the remaining seats shall be
treated as un-reserved.
ii) For differently abled candidates:
3% of the total seats in each programme
iii) For SC/ST/OBC candidates:
5% relaxation in the eligibility criteria
The above reservation of seats is over and above those candidates who get enrolled
on their own merit.
As on date, 12 students under ST category have been admitted.
6.6
Whether any management quota is available for admission in the
University?
The University does not have any Management quota and nobody is authorized to
dilute the admission criteria.
6.7
What is the admission policy of the University with regard to NRI and
Overseas Students
The following policy is in place for NRI and Overseas students
International Students include:
 Foreign students holding passports of foreign countries & people of Indian
origin holding foreign nationality.
 Non-Resident Indians having studied & passed qualifying examinations from
schools or colleges in foreign countries. Dependents of NRI studying in India
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will not be regarded as International Students.
 Students from SAARC countries (Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Maldives,
Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka) holding citizenship proof.
Eligibility
 Fulfill minimum eligibility requirements prescribed by UTM for a program of
study
 Degrees / Certificates of the candidates have been recognized as equivalent by
the Association of Indian Universities.
 GMAT score of 500 for MBA programs offered
 SAT score of 1500 for graduate programs / GRE score of 1100 (cumulative) for
postgraduate programs.
 Cleared TOEFL (only for candidates from non-English speaking countries)
 Possess valid passport for the duration of study issued by respective country.
Procedure for admission
 Candidate may apply on prescribed format available online at www.utm.ac.in
along with application fee of USD $25 (which can be remitted online)
 UTM after examining their academic credentials will issue provisional admission
offer letters. The University may also interview a candidate, if felt necessary.
 The selected candidates will be required to submit attested copies of the
following documents for final registration
o 10th& 12th / graduation grade card
o Transfer certificate from Institution, last attended
o Passport and student visa / PIO card
o Copy of registration with the Office of FRRO / local police authorities
as per regulation of the Ministry of External Affairs, Govt. of India.
7.Fee Structure
7.1
Present course-wise fee structure of the University
Course
Fee Structure(
General)
B.Tech ECE
B.Tech Cloud
Computing
MBA Event
Management
BBA Hospitality Travel
and Tourism
Rs. 80,000 Per Sem
Rs. 80,000 Per Sem
Fee Structure ( SC,ST &
OBC who are domicile of
Meghalaya)**
Rs. 68,000 Per Sem
Rs. 68,000 Per Sem
Rs. 1,10,000 Per Sem
Rs. 93,500 Per Sem
Rs. 55,000 Per Sem*
Rs. 46,750 Per Sem
*Reduced to Rs. 30,000 per semester from academic year 2013.
**25% concession on tuition fee
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7.2 Any other fee charged by the University other than the fee displayed in the
UGC website (e.g. Building fee, Development fee, Fee by any name, etc)
Other Fees ( One Time)
Rs. 30,000.00 Computing Device (except
for BBA)
Refundable Security
Rs. 20,000.00 Refundable Security
Personality Development
Fee
Rs. 15,000.00
UG Programme
Rs. 10,000.00
PG Programme
Alumni Fee
Rs. 1,500.00
Computing Device
7.3 Whether fee structure is available on the University website and in the
prospectus?
Yes
7.4 Whether fee is charged by the University as per fee structure displayed in
the University website and in the prospectus or some hidden charges are
there?
Yes as displayed in the University Website. There are no hidden charges.
7.5 Mode of Fee Collection
Through Banking Instrument
7.6 Whether University is providing any concession in fee to students? If yes,
please provide details
Yes, 25% concession on tuition fee is provided to Meghalaya domiciled candidates
subject to certain conditions.
7.7 Details of the Hostel Fee including Mess Charges?
Presently no hostel fee is charged by the University as the hostels are outsourced and
the charges are directly paid by the students to the Vendors.
7.8 Basis of Fee Structure?
Fee is recommended by the Finance Committeeis subsequently approved by the Board
of Management of the University.
7.9 Whether the University has received any complaint with regard to fee
charged or fee structure?
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None.
7.10 Whether University is providing any scholarship to students? If yes please
provide details.
The University has a well-defined scholarship policy as under:





Limited scholarships in all programs are offered as decided by the
University.
The scholarships are awarded purely on academic merit-cum-means
Scholarships are in the form of partial or full Tuition Fee waiver
The details of the scholarships are given in the student’s bulletin given at the
time of registration
Award of scholarship is decided by the Scholarship Committee and its
decision is final and binding.
8.Faculty
8.1
Total number of sanctioned and filled up posts (institution wise and
Department wise)
Posts are sanctioned by the Board of Management from time to time as per
requirement.
8.2
Details of Teaching staff
The details on teaching staff are attached at Appendix-XIII.
8.3
Category wise number of teaching staff
Category
SC/ST
OBC
PH
General
Total
8.4
Female
01
Male
03
Total
04
02
03
06
09
08
12
Details of the Permanent and Temporary faculty Members
Particulars
Total Number of Permanent Teachers
No. of Teachers with Ph.D as the Highest
Qualification
No. of Teachers with PG as the highest
Qualification
Total Number of Visiting Faculty
No. of Teachers with Ph.D as the Highest
Qualification
No. of Teachers with PG as the highest
Female Male Total
01
03
04
02
06
08
-
01
01
01
02
03
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Qualification
8.5
Ratio of full time teachers to part-time/contract teachers
3:1
8.6
Process of Recruitment of faculty
a) Whether Advertised :
Yes
b) Whether Selection committee was constituted as per the UGC Regulation:
Yes - more or less
8.7
Does the University follow self-appraisal method to evaluate teachers on
teaching, research, and work satisfaction? If yes, how is the self-appraisal
of teachers analyzed and used?
Yes. From appraisal cycle 2012-13, the University has introduced the Performance
Based Appraisal System (PBAS) for evaluating the faculty performance on following
three major components:
(i)
(ii)
(iii)
Teaching, Learning and Evaluation Related Activities
Co-curricular and Extension related Activities and
Research Endeavors.
A copy of appraisal format is attached at Annexure – 4.
8.8
Institution-wise and Department-wise teacher student ratio (only full
time faculty)
School of Engineering
School of Management
Overall
8.9
-1 : 8
1:2
1:6
Whether the University is providing UGC pay scales to the permanent
faculty? If yes, provide the following
Scale of Pay with all the allowances
Professor
Details of Salary are given in Appendix-XIII.
Implementation of UGC pay scales is in process. Upon
Associate
confirmation (usually after 6 months), CTC is raised by 10%.
Professor
Assistant
Professor
Lecturers
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Mode of Payment
Credited to their respective bank accounts
8.10 Pay / remuneration provided to
a) Part time faculty
: Around Rs. 35,000 for each course
b) Temporary Faculty
:
c) Guest Faculty
: Rs. 1000/- per lecture
8.11 Facilities for teaching staff (Residence, Cubicles, Rooms, Computers/any
other)
Yes, these include:
 Netbook with internet connectivity
 Faculty cubicles
 Faculty common room
 Cafeteria
9.Infrastructure
9.1
Does the University have sufficient space for land & building
Presently, the University is operating from a premise taken on lease from NEHU which
is sufficient. The acquisition of 50-60 acres of land for permanent campus is in
process – expected to be finalized in next 4-6 months
9.2
Does the University have sufficient class rooms
Yes
9.3
Laboratories and Equipment
Name of the Lab
a) IT Lab
b) Physics Lab
c) Chemistry Lab
d) Engineering Workshop
e) Electrical/ Electronics Lab
9.4
List of equipment’s
Details provided in Appendix – XIV & XIV (A)
Details provided in Appendix – XIV (B)
Details provided in Appendix – XIV (C)
Outsourced from NIT, Shillong for the first year
Being set upby Feb/March 2013Appendix – XIV
(D)
Library Details
Total
Space
(All
kinds)
20.49
sq.mts
Computer/
Communication
Skills
Engineering
Management
Total Number of
Reference Books
(Each
Department)
372
289
All research Journals
subscribed on a Regular
Basis
 Electronics for you
 PC Quest
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Total
Space
(All
kinds)
Computer/
Communication
Skills
Book Bank
Engineering
Management
9.5
Total Number of
Reference Books
(Each
Department)
898
151
All research Journals
subscribed on a Regular
Basis
 Linux for you
 Asian Journal of
Information Science and
Technology (AJIST)
 Asian Journal of
Computer Science and
Technology (AJCST)
 ISST Journal of Electrical
& Electronics Engineering
 Digit
 MIT Technology Review
 Developer IQ
 Lonely Planet
 Outlook Traveller
 Conde Nast Traveller
 Getaway
 National Geographic
Traveller
 Geo Magazine
 India Today
 Outlook
Sports Facilities
Details are appended at Appendix-XVI
9.6
Does the University has provision for Residential Accommodation
including hostels (Boys & Girls separately)
As of now, the University does not have own staff accommodation/ hostels.
Student hostels have been outsourced to local vendors – which is working out well.
Faculty/staff residences and student hostels will be constructed in the permanent
campus for which acquisition of suitable land is in process.
10.Financial Viability
10.1 Details of Corpus Fund created by the University
UTM has already created an Endowment Fund of Rs. Two Crores which is deposited
with the Government of Meghalaya, vide OBC TDR No. 1242838 dated 11th April
2011 (copy of TDR at Annexure – 5)
10.2 Financial position of the University (Please provide audited income and
expenditure statement for the last three years)
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University was established in 2011. As such, a copy of the Audited Accounts of the
University for financial year 2011-12, duly approved by the Board of Governors of
UTM and submitted to the State Govt., is attached at Annexure – 6.
10.3 Source of Finance and Quantum of funds available for running the
University (for last audited year)
1) Funding from the Sponsoring Body
2) Bank loans
3) Donations
10.4 What is the University’s Unit Cost of Education? (Unit Cost = Total
Annual Expenditure (budget accruals) divided by the number of students
enrolled). Unit Cost calculated excluding the salary component may
also be given
Unit cost = total annual expenditure budget
(Actuals) divided by the number of students enrolled.
4.04 lakh/student
Unit cost calculated excluding the salary component
2.81 lakh/student
11.Governance System
Organization, Governance and Management
11.1 Composition of the Statutory Bodies of the University (Please give
names, profession & full postal address of the members and date of
constitution
Composition of Board of Governors, Board of Management, Academic Council and
the Finance Committee are given in Appendix-XVII
11.2 Dates of the meetings of the above bodies held during the last two years
Sl.
No.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Meeting No & Date
Board of
Governors
Board of
Management
Academic Council
Finance
Committee
1.
2.
1.
2.
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
BOG/001/AUGUST/2011 dated 19 August 2011
BOG/002/NOVEMBER/2012 dated 29 November 2012
BOM/001/AUGUST/2011 dated 18 August 2011
BOM/002/OCTOBER/2012 dated 28 November 2012
AC/001/MAY/2011 dated 18 May 2011
AC/002/SEPTEMBER/2011 dated 09 September 2011
AC/003/AUGUST/2011 dated 17 August 2012
AC/004/DECEMBER/2012 dated 10 December 2012
FC/001/MAY/2011 dated 20 May 2011
FC/002/SEPTEMBER/2011 dated 12 September 2011
FC/003/OCTOBER/2012 dated 15 October 2012
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11.3 What percentage of the Members of the Boards of Studies, or such other
academic committees, are external? Enclose the guidelines for BOS or
such other Committees
Except for the Vice Chancellor, Pro-Vice Chancellor & Registrar, all other members
on various statutory boards are from outside.
The UTM Act does not provide for setting up boards of studies. Instead, we are in the
process of forming ‘Advisory Councils’ for Schools of Study.
11.4 Are there other strategies to review academic programmes besides the
Academic Council? If yes, give details about what, when and how often
are such reviews made
Presently, the academic decisions are made and supervised by the Academic
Council. However, we are in the process of forming ‘Advisory Councils’, one each for
Management and Technology related programmes with following objectives:
a) Review & suggest effective delivery of existing programs
b) Advise on new programs considering the emerging professional manpower
needs of related industries
c) Provide industry perspective in curricular design/delivery mode
d) Guide & provide future direction to the activities of concerned Schools of
Study
e) Act as interface between UTM and Industry.
12.Research Profile
12.1 Faculty-wise and Department-wise information to be provided in respect
of the following:
School of Technology
Sl. No.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
Category
Student Teacher Ratio
Class Rooms
Teaching Labs
Research Labs (Major Equipment’s)
Research Scholars (M.Tech, Ph.D,
Post-Doctoral Scholars
Publications in last 3 years
No. of Books Published
Patents
Transfer of Technology
Inter Departmental Research
(Inter-Disciplinary)
Consultancy
Externally funded research project
1:8
04
03 (1 additional out-sourced from NIT)
None as yet
Nil
03
01
Nil
Nil
1 faculty member obtained doctorate
degree in January 2013.
Nil
Nil
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13.
Educational Programmes arranged
Nil
School of Management
Sl.
No.
1.
2.
3.
Category
4.
5.
Research Labs (Major Equipment’s)
Research Scholars (M.Tech, Ph.D,
Post-Doctoral Scholars
Publications in last 3 years
No. of Books Published
Patents
Transfer of Technology
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
Student Teacher Ratio
Class Rooms
Teaching Labs
Inter Departmental Research
(Inter-Disciplinary)
Consultancy
Externally funded research project
Educational Programmes arranged
1.4
03
02 (Computer
Lab/Communication Lab)
None as yet
Nil
04
01 (under print)
Nil
1 faculty member obtained
doctorate degree in January
2013.
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
13.Miscellaneous
13.1 Details of other Academic & Administrative Staff
The details of Academic and Administrative Staff are given in Appendix-XVIII.
Security & House-keeping services are out-sourced to local vendors.
13.2 Summary of the Non-Teaching Staff
Particulars
Administrative Staff
Group A
Group B
Group C
Group D
Technical Staff
Group A
Group B
Group C
Group D
Female
02
Male
08
Total
10
Nil
04
04
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13.3 No. of Non-Teaching Staff Category-wise
Category
SC
ST
OBC
PH
General
Total
Female
Male
Total
02
03
05
Nil
02
09
12
09
14
13.4 Ratio of Non-Teaching Staff to Students
1:7
13.5 Ratio of Non-Teaching Staff to Faculty
1:1
14.
Academic Results
14.1
Faculty-wise and course-wise academic results of the past 3 years
Being the first academic session, students are still in II semester. Earliest batch to
graduate will be MBA (Event Management) in 2015.
15.
Accreditations
15.1 Whether Accredited by NAAC?
Will become eligible for NAAC accreditation after producing first batch of graduates
15.2 Whether Courses are accredited by NBA?
UTM being a university is not required to get its courses accredited from NBA.
15.3 Other Accreditations, if any
DEC approval for offering courses through DL mode has been applied. Visit of DEC
team is expected in March 2013.
15.4 Any other Information (including special achievements by the University,
which may be relevant for the University
a) UTM has forged the following academic collaborations:
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-
With IBM India, Bangalore: For collaborative launching of B.Tech
programmes (Cloud Computing / Retail Informatics); and
-
With Russian New University (RosNOU), Moscow: For joint twining of
academic & research programmes, faculty & student exchange, etc.
b) UTM has the unique distinction of its Chancellor, Vice Chancellor and Pro-Vice
Chancellor being honored and felicitated in the very first year of its operation in
2012:
-
Mr. Sanjay Kaul, Chancellor: Felicitated at the Indian Drilling & Exploration
Conference held at Mumbai on May 24-25, 2012.
-
Dr. S. J. Chopra, Vice Chancellor : Awarded the prestigious ‘Pertotech Life
Time Achievement Award 2012’ at Petrotech Conference held at Delhi on 15
October 2012 by the President of India
-
Dr. S. N. Suri, former Pro-Vice Chancellor UTM : Honoured by the Govt. of
Arunachal Pradesh on 21 February 2012 as a ‘Pioneer in Higher Education’ in
recognition of his contribution in the field of higher education in the State.
c) Return of Information for 2011-12 has been submitted to the UGC onJanuary 22,
2013.
d) In compliance of the UTM Act, the Annual Accounts of the University for 2011-12
have been audited by statutory auditors and submitted to the Visitor (Governor of
Meghalaya) and the State Govt. together with the ‘UTM Annual Report’ for
2011-12 on 31 December 2012.
16.Strength and Weakness of the University
16.1 Strengths of the University
a) UTM belongs to HERS group which has successfully established the’ University of
Petroleum & Energy Studies’ (UPES) Dehradun and ‘Indian School of Petroleum &
Energy’ (ISPe) Delhi. As such, it has the advantage of mentoring by UPES in terms
of expertise and technical & visiting faculty support – which has given it a
head-start as compared to other new universities.
b) Latest curricular features like:
a.
b.
c.
d.
Cutting-edge industry aligned courses.
Curricula designed by experienced academics & industry experts
Semester system for all programmes
Mandatory ‘Personality Enhancement Programs’ to develop communication
skills & leadership qualities among students.
e. Mandatory industry visits/ internships
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c) Teaching-learning made effective through technology enabled classrooms,
classroom instruction supplemented by ‘guest lectures’, seminars, project work,
etc.
d) Most contemporary evaluation system comprising: continuous internal evaluation
to foster learning & to monitor academic progress of students; instructor-led
evaluation & absolute grading.
e) Wi-fi campus. SAP enabled student life cycle. All students (except BBA) are
provided with a netbook.
f) Functioning of the University is fully computerized.
16.2 Weaknesses of the University
No real weakness though UTM has following locational disadvantages being
situated in the northeastern region:
a) Attracting and retaining the faculty is a challenge, though we have been
able to attract qualified faculty for most of the courses.
b) Another challenge is the local laws & un-documented land ownership
coming in way of acquiring suitable land for setting up permanent campus
of the University.
In addition, research is one area which will receive increased focus in the coming
years.
Certificate
This is to certify that all the information provided above is true to the best of my knowledge and
belief. The University will adhere to the rules, regulations and guidelines of the UGC, Central
Government and relevant Statutory Council(s) and abide by all the provisions under the UGC
Regulation.
The above information is also posted on the website of the University – www.utm.ac.in
Signed and Sealed by the Head of the Institution
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Appendix-I
Composition of the Society / Trust
Hydrocarbons Education and Research Society (HERS)
Name
Address
Occupation
M.B.A
Corporate Consultant
Designation
SANJAY KAUL
S/o Sh. C.K. Kaul
610, Sector-28,
Noida – 201301
J.C. MEHTA
S/o Sh. G. L. Mehta
B.Eng.,
C-2/2531, Vasant Kunj M.B.A (Business)
New Delhi – 110070
NEERAJ GULATI
S/o Sh. S.C. Gulati
Chartered Accountant & Treasurer
C-2/2525, Vasant Kunj Financial Consultant
New Delhi – 110070
T.N.R. RAO
S/o Late Sh. T.N. Rao IAS (Retd.)
B-46, First Floor,
Former Secretary
Defence Colony,
Petroleum
New Delhi
Executive Member
SUNIL KALRA
S/o Maj. R.S. Kalra
D-1034, New Friends
Colony
New Delhi.
Executive Member
NARESH NAGPAL
S/o R.L. Nagpal
M.B.A
5959, Collins Ave #10, (Entrepreneur)
Miami Beach,
FL 33140
Executive Member
S.J. CHOPRA
S/o S.L. Chopra
96, Munirka Enclave,
New Delhi 67
Executive Member
M.B.A.
(Management
Consultant)
B.Tech Chemical Engg.
& Ph.D IIT, Delhi
(Chancellor, University
ofPetroleum & Energy
Studies
President
Secretary
Appendix-III
Involvement of Society/Trust in promoting / running other University /
Educational Institutions
Sl.
No.
1.
Name of the
University/Educational
Institution
University of Petroleum and
Energy Studies (UPES),
Dehradun
Activities
Domain specific University, providing specialized
courses in the field of oil, gas, energy and allied
sectors. Established in 2003 under the “University
of Petroleum & Energy Studies Act, 2003, the
University is managed by a group of professionals
and academics with rich experience in oil & gas
sector and related industries.
UPES is the first Private University to be recognized
and enlisted by the UGC under section 2(f) of the
UGC Act (Notification No. F-9-20/2003 (CPP-I)
dated June 04, 2004); and is accredited by the
National Assessment & Accreditation Council
(NAAC). Its energy related courses are recognized
by the world acclaimed Energy Institute (UK) and
have global acceptability.
2.
Indian School of Petroleum &
Energy (ISPe)
Also an ISO 9001-2008 certified university with
state-of-the-art facilities with over 28 acre Campus
at Dehradun.
Set up in 2001 the Indian School of Petroleum &
Energy (ISPe) - a unit of HERS - has been in the
forefront of providing energy domain expertise by
way of Competency Enhancement Programmes,
Funded Research, Consultancy Services and
Outsourced
Project
Services
across
the
hydrocarbon value chain.
With recourse base of over 150 highly skilled
energy domain experts, Indian School of Petroleum
& Energy has trained over 9,000 Industry
Professionals and has executed with excellence
several consultancy assignments & outsourced
projects through hands on application.
ISPE has the unique distinction of being selected
as the Indian Partner of the Energy Institute UK,
and is credited with the idea to set up India's First
Energy Specific University the University of
Petroleum & Energy Studies
Appendix-VIII
Details of Programmes permitted to be offered
Name of Course
Undergraduate Programs
B. Tech. - Computer Science (Cloud
computing and Virtualization Technology)
B. Tech.- Electronics and Communication
Engineering
B.Tech – Computer Science with
specialization in Retail Informatics
Bachelor of Journalism & Mass
Communication
BBA (Hospitality Travel and Tourism)
BBA (Retail Marketing)
Post Graduate Programs
MBA (Event Management)
MBA (Fashion Management)
MBA (Sports Management)
Diploma
Diploma (Retail Marketing)
Diploma (Hospitality, Travel & Tourism)
Diploma (Journalism & Mass
Communication)
PG Diploma
PGDM (Event Management)
PGDM (Fashion Management)
PGDM (Sports Management)
Intake Capacity
No. of students actually
admitted
60
54
60
14
60
To be offered from 2013-14
20
To be offered from 2013-14
40
40
04
To be offered from 2013-14
25
04
25
25
To be offered from 2013-14
To be offered from 2013-14
40
To be offered from 2013-14
40
To be offered from 2013-14
40
To be offered from 2013-14
40
To be offered from 2013-14
40
40
To be offered from 2013-14
To be offered from 2013-14
Appendix-IX
Current number of Academic Programmes/Courses offered by the University
Name of Course
Intake Capacity
No. of students
actually admitted
Undergraduate Programs
B. Tech. - Computer Science (Cloud
computing and Virtualization Technology)
B. Tech.- Electronics and Communication
Engineering
BBA (Hospitality Travel and Tourism)
60
54
60
14
40
04
40
04
Post Graduate Programs
MBA (Event Management)
UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY & MANAGEMENT
S. No.
Name
1 Prof. Avinash Singh
Designation
Pro-Vice Chancellor
Employment
Regular
DOJ
Gender
01-Jan-13
2
Rishan Rynjah
3 Dr. Rupak Gupta
4 Nayanmoni Saikia
5
Bernadette E.
Lyngdoh Khongwir
Associate Professor cum
Associate Dean
Assistant Professor Selection Grade
cum Manager Academic
Administrator
Regular
08-Jan-13 Male
Regular
16-Jul-12 Male
Assistant Professor and Proctor Regular
18-Jul-12 Male
Lecturer
01-Jul-11 Female
Regular
6 Deepak Shukla
Assistant Professor
Regular
14-01-2013 Male
7 Bharathi Paleti
Lecturer
Regular
23-Jul-12 Female
8 Buddhadeb Roy
Lecturer
Regular
30-Jul-12 Male
9 Fairriky Rynjah
Lecturer
Regular
23-Jul-12 Male
Qualification
Graduate / Masters in English
Literature, PG Dip. in Journalism &
Communication, PGP in Advertising &
PR and Diploma in Marketing
Communication
B. E. – Electronics and
Telecommunication, Jadavpur
University, Kolkata, (1995), Post
Graduate Diploma In Management ,
IIMC (1998)
B.Sc in Statisics ( Gauhati Univ 1997),
M.Sc in Statistics ( Delhi Univ 2000),
M.Phil in Statistics ( Delhi Univ 2003),
Ph.D in Statistics (Gauhati Univ 2011)
B. Sc (Physics). From Dibrugarh Univ,
1997. M. Sc (Physics) 2000. From
Dibrugarh Univ., Pursuing PhD. From
Gauhati Univ.
B.Sc. (Hons) Botany, 1997, North
Eastern Hill University,
M.A. Linguistics, 1999, North Eastern
Hill University,
NET, Linguistics, 1998, North Eastern
Hill University
B.Tech (CSE), Dr Badasaheb
Ambedkar Technological University,
2009, M.Sc (IT), 2012 Hong Kong
University of Science & Technology,
Hongkong, 2012
B.Sc ( 2003, Achanya Nagarjuna Univ
AP), M.Sc (Physics) (Andhra Univ,
2005), M.Tech (CSE) - Bharath Univ
chennai- 2009
M.Sc. In Polymer Science from Tezpur
Univ Tezpur Univ , 2006).,
BSc.(Chemistry)From Cachar College,
Silchar (2004)
M. Tech. (Electronics Design &
Technology) from Tezpur Univ
(2009)., B.E. (Electronics &
Telecommunication engg) from UCE,
Burla,2003
Appendix-XIII
Vehicle
fuel &
Academic
Transport
Medical Special
Basic
Miscellan Maintena
Mobile
HRA CCA Allowanc
Allowanc
Reimburs Allowanc Total
Pay
eous
nce
Reimb
e
e
emet
e
Reimburs
ement
100000
(Consolidat
ed)
35000 14000
5000 (Driver
Salary)
1500 (Office
Attire
5000
1000
1250
7250
70000
1448
55000
41502 8300.4
200
1500
0
0
800
0
1250
24403 4880.6
200
1500
0
0
800
0
1250
0
2000
0
1500
1250
33034
16190
6476
0
1000
21900
4380
200
1500
20291 4058.2
200
1000
0
0
800
0
1250
0
27599
18200
3640
200
1000
0
0
800
0
1250
0
25090
20291 4058.2
200
1000
0
0
800
0
1250
0
27599
800
3957
1250
32373
30030
S. No.
Name
Designation
Employment
DOJ
Gender
10 Joyital Pal
Lecturer cum HR Executive
Regular
18-Aug-12 Female
11 Jupitara Kalita
Lecturer
Regular
02-Jan-13 Female
12 Mac Oliver
Lecturer
Regular
14-Jan-12 Male
Qualification
PGD in Applied Mgt from NIS
Academy 2008, MBA from Annamalai
Univ. in HR 2009, BBA
(Hons)Rajasthan Vidapeeth Univ
2007)
BBA, NERIM, Dibrugarh University,
2010
MBA, New Delhi Institution of Mgmt,
Punjab Technical Univ, 2012
Diploma in Computer Application,
NERIM, 2010
BA (Economics) St Edmund's College
N orth Eastern Hills University, 2007,
Masters in Tourism Administration,
Amity Institute of Travel & Toursim,
Amity Univ, 2011
Vehicle
fuel &
Academic
Transport
Medical Special
Basic
Miscellan Maintena
Mobile
HRA CCA Allowanc
Allowanc
Reimburs Allowanc Total
Pay
eous
nce
Reimb
e
e
emet
e
Reimburs
ement
18200
3640
200
1000
8000
1600
200
1500
11000
2200
200
1500
0
0
800
0
1250
0
25090
800
1250
2650
16000
800
1250
5050
22000
Appendix-XIV
List of IT Equipment’s (main Campus)
Name of the
Equipment
Item Description (Make &
Model)
Quantity
Cost
Date of Purchase
Whether in Working
Condition
31
Rs. 9,61,000.00
14th June 2011
Yes
2
Rs.66,000.00
10th Feb 2012
Yes
24
Rs.4,80,000.00
15th July 2012
Yes
1
Rs. 3,25,000.00
14th June 2011
Yes
1
Rs. 50,000.00
14th June 2011
Yes
1
Rs. 40,000.00
15th July 2012
Yes
1
Rs. 6,80,000.00
30th May 2011
Yes
Dell Vostro
Desktops
Laptops
Netbooks
Server
Switch
Switch
MPLS & Internet
Connectivity
I3 processor, 500 GB HDD, 4 GB
Ram, wireless Card, USB
KB,Mouse,DVD-R/w with TFT
Dell Vostro V131
Intel Core i3-2310M (dual-core +
HTT, 2.10GHz, 3MB L3, 35W) 2
GB RAM, 320 HDD
Lenovo S110
Intel® Atom™ N2800 dual-core
processor
2GB RAM, 320HDD
Dell Server
Dell(TM) PowerEdge(TM) R710
Rack Mount Server
Intel(R) Xeon(R) X5670 2.93GHz,
32 GB Ram, 300x5 SAS HDD
PowerConnect(TM) 6224-24 Ports
Gigabit Ethernet Layer 3 switches
24 Ports Gigabit Ethernet Layer 3
switches
Airtel MPLS & Internet
Connectivity
4MBPS
Appendix – XIV (A)
List of IT Equipment’s (CCE/Enrollment Office)
Name
of
Equipment
the
I3 processor, 500 GB HDD, 4
GB Ram, wireless Card, USB
KB,Mouse,DVD-R/w
with
TFT
Dell Vostro V131
Intel Core i3-2310M (dualcore + HTT, 2.10GHz, 3MB
L3, 35W) 2 GB RAM, 320
HDD
Desktop - 2
Laptop
Video
Equipment
Item Description (Make &
Quantity
Model)
Dell Vostro
Conference
Full Set
Cost
Date of Purchase
Whether in Working
Condition
2
Rs. 1,80,000.00
14th June 2011
Yes
2
Rs. 66,000.00
10th Feb 2012
Yes
1
Rs. 3,00,00.00
June 2011
Yes
Appendix – XIV (B)
PHYSICA LAB EQUIPMENTS
Sl. No
Quantity
Item Description
Unit Rate (Rs)
Total value (Rs.)
Date of
Purchase
Present Working
Condition
1
1set
Newtons Ring Microscope complete
12,650.00
12,650.00
22.8.2012
Yes
2
1 set
Bi Prism assembly
17,550.00
17,550.00
22.8.2012
Yes
3
1 Set
Spectrometer 6"
12,950.00
12,950.00
22.8.2012
Yes
4
1set
Polarimeter Half Shade
15,950.00
15,950.00
22.8.2012
Yes
5
1set
Sextant Apparatus
9,750.00
9,750.00
22.8.2012
Yes
6
3 set
Stewart &Gees apparatus
5,050.00
15,150.00
22.8.2012
Yes
7
1 Set
Lees & Charlton apparatus
5,050.00
5,050.00
22.8.2012
Yes
8
1pc
Logic gate
2,500.00
2,500.00
22.8.2012
Yes
9
1 set
Bonding of Beam Apparatus
1,840.00
1,840.00
22.8.2012
Yes
10
1 Pc
PN Junction diode apparatus
3,100.00
3,100.00
22.8.2012
Yes
11
1pc
Telescope Reaging
5,500.00
5,500.00
22.8.2012
Yes
12
1set
Compound pendulum
1,400.00
1,400.00
22.8.2012
Yes
13
1Pc
Transistor ch .appts
3,850.00
3,850.00
22.8.2012
Yes
14
2Set
Quinks Tube appts
43,750.00
87,500.00
22.8.2012
Yes
15
1pc
Fly Wheel apparatus
4,050.00
4,050.00
22.8.2012
Yes
16
1set
Physical balance with wt box
3,650.00
3,650.00
22.8.2012
Yes
17
5pc
Magnifying lens
55.00
275.00
22.8.2012
Yes
18
20pc
Concave lens
30.00
600.00
22.8.2012
Yes
19
10 Pc
Convex Lens
30.00
300.00
22.8.2012
Yes
20
2 Pc
Ammeter
325.00
650.00
22.8.2012
Yes
21
2 Pc
Micro Ammeter
325.00
650.00
22.8.2012
Yes
22
2 pc
Galvanometer
325.00
650.00
22.8.2012
Yes
Sl. No
Quantity
Item Description
23
10 Pc
Digital Stop Watch
24
6 pc
Beaker 500ml Plastic
25
5 Pc
Spectrometer Prism
26
27
1pc
1 set
Travelling Microscope
Sodium Vapour Lamp
28
5 pc
29
Unit Rate (Rs)
Total value (Rs.)
Date of
Present Working
Purchase
Condition
22.8.2012
Yes
650.00
6,500.00
30.00
180.00
22.8.2012
Yes
285.00
1,425.00
22.8.2012
Yes
5,650.00
4,350.00
5,650.00
4,350.00
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
Yes
Yes
Bi prism fresnel
500.00
2,000.00
22.8.2012
Yes
5 pc
Eye Piece 10X
175.00
175.00
22.8.2012
Yes
30
5 Pc
Diffracting Grating
745.00
3,725.00
22.8.2012
Yes
31
5 Pc
Multimeter
540.00
2,700.00
22.8.2012
Yes
32
6 pc
VernierCalliper 8" digital
3,875.00
23,250.00
22.8.2012
Yes
33
2Pc
Micrometer screw gauge
1,950.00
3,900.00
22.8.2012
Yes
34
6pc
Beaker 1000ml plastic
52.00
312.00
22.8.2012
Yes
35
1 Pc
Carey fosters Bridge
4,360.00
4,360.00
22.8.2012
Yes
36
1Set
Katers pendulum
1,925.00
1,925.00
22.8.2012
Yes
37
1 Pc
Solar Cell chart apts
2,950.00
2,950.00
22.8.2012
Yes
38
1Set
Sodium Vapour lamp
4,350.00
4,350.00
22.8.2012
Yes
39
1 Pc
Digital electronic balance
9,650.00
9,650.00
22.8.2012
Yes
40
5pc
Newtons Ring apparatus
215.00
1,075.00
22.8.2012
Yes
41
7pc
Physics chart raxin(DB10s)
785.00
5,495.00
22.8.2012
Yes
42
4pc
IC
40.00
160.00
22.8.2012
Yes
43
1set
Mercury vapour lamp
TOTAL
less 10%
Grand Total
VAT 13.5%
GRAND TOTAL
2,000.00
2,000.00
291,697.00
29,169.00
262,528.00
35,441.00
2,97,969.00
22.8.2012
Yes
CHEMISTRY LAB EQUIPMENT
Appendix – XIV (C)
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
Item Description
Funnel 3" Plastic
Pippette 10 Ml Borosil
Reagent Bottle 250Ml
Watch Glass
Dropper Glass
Trip[Od Stand
Wire Gauge With Frame
Burrete Clamp And Stand
Test Tube Glass Borosil
Test Tube Stand Plastic
Test Tube Holder
Spatula
Motor And Pestle
Stop Watch Mechanical
Reagent Bottle 2000Ml
Measuring Cylinder 25Ml
Measuring Cylinder10 Ml
Filter Paper
Pippette Stand Plastic
Thermometer 110 Degrees
Test Tube Brush
Sodium Hydroxide
Oxalic Acid
Phenophthaline Powder
Hydrochric Acid
Edta
Ammonium Chloride
Ammonium Hydroxide
Quantity
60 Pcs
40 Pcs
50 Pcs
5Pkt
15 Pcs
35 pc
100pcs
40set
200 pcs
10pc
40pc
15 Pcs
30pcs
15 Pcs
4pc
4pc
2 pc
50 pkt
2 pc
30 pc
20Pc
4X500gm
4X500gm
2x100
30x500ml
10X100gm
4X500gm
30x500ml
Rate per Unit (Rs.)
12.00
110.00
48.00
90.00
16.00
80.00
20.00
325.00
12.00
40.00
14.00
16.00
70.00
2,250.00
265.00
285.00
225.00
50.00
395.00
85.00
12.00
135.00
202.00
300.00
180.00
155.00
160.00
126.00
Each
500 gms
100 gm
500gms
100gms
500gms
500ml
Total value
720.00
4,400.00
2,400.00
450.00
240.00
2,800.00
2,000.00
13,000.00
2,400.00
400.00
560.00
240.00
2,100.00
33,750.00
1,060.00
1,140.00
450.00
2,500.00
790.00
2,550.00
240.00
540.00
808.00
600.00
5,400.00
1,550.00
640.00
3,780.00
Date of Purchase
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
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30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
Item Description
Calcium Carbonate
Potassium Chloride
Sodium Chloride
Potassium Chromate
Salicylic Acid
Sulphuric Acid
Potasium Iodide
Iodine
Sodium Thiosulphate
Starch Soluble
Ethyl Acetate
Ethanol
Phenol
Nitric Acid
Benzaldehyde
Sodium Bi Carbonate
Formaldehyde
Methyl Orange Soln
Ammonium Ceric Nitrate
Schiffs Reagent
Boric Acid
Charcoal Activated
Acetic Acid Glacial
Aniline
Sodium Nitrite
1 Napthol
B Napthol
Copper Sulphate
Bleaching Powder
Urea
Quantity
4X500gm
4X500gm
4X500gm
1X500gm
4X500gm
30x500ml
5X100gm
2X100gms
8X500gms
1X500gm
10X500ml
20X450ml
4X500gm
10X500ml
4X500 ml
8X500gms
20X500 ml
2X125 ml
3X100gms
165X125 ml
1X500 gms
4X500gms
30X500ml
5X500 ml
4X500 gm
5X100 gm
2X250 gm
8X500gms
8X500gms
8X500gms
Rate per Unit (Rs.)
144.00
140.00
88.00
515.00
366.00
229.00
1,330.00
1,650.00
131.00
494.00
225.00
485.00
330.00
209.00
465.00
163.00
1,211.00
86.00
731.00
140.00
346.00
180.00
234.00
388.00
303.00
265.00
218.00
490.00
149.00
175.00
Each
500gms
500 gms
500 gms
500 gms
500gms
500 gms
100gms
100gms
500 gms
500Gms
500ml
450ml
550 gms
500ml
500 ml
500 gms
500 ml
125 ml
100 gms
125 ml
500 gms
500 gms
500 ml
500 ml
500 gms
100 gm
250 gm
500 gms
500 gms
500 gms
Total value
576.00
560.00
352.00
515.00
1,464.00
6,870.00
6,650.00
3,300.00
1,048.00
494.00
2,250.00
9,700.00
1,320.00
2,090.00
1,860.00
1,304.00
2,420.00
172.00
2,193.00
22,240.00
346.00
720.00
7,020.00
1,940.00
1,212.00
1,825.00
436.00
3,920.00
1,192.00
1,400.00
Date of Purchase
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
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60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
Item Description
Barium Chloride
Sodium Sulphate
Di Methyl Glaxomine
Potasium Dichromate
Di Phenylamine
PotasiumFerricyanide
FehlingsSoln A
FehlingsSoln B
Sodium Metal
Zinc Metal Powder
Benedict Reagent
Buffer Tablet 4.0Ph
Buffer Tablet 9.2 Ph
Digital Ph Meter "Ei"
Conductivity Meter Digital
Ph Combination Electrode
Conductivity Cell
Beaker 1000 Ml Borosil
Beaker 500Ml Borosil
Beaker 250 Ml Borosil
Beaker 100 Ml Borosil
Conical Flask 250 Ml
Conical Flask100 Ml
Funnel Glass 3"
Pipette Glass 25 Ml
Petridish
Tongs Steel 18 "
Dessicator
Clay Pipe
Volumetric Flask 250 Ml
Quantity
2X500 gms
2 X500 gms
10X100 gms
10 X500 gms
2 X 500 gms
4X 500 gms
4X500 ml
4X500 ml
10X100 gms
1X500 gms
4X500 ml
1 pkt
1 pkt
2 pc
2 pc
2 pc
2 pc
4 pc
4 pc
100 pc
100 ml
60 pc
60 pc
60 pc
40 Pcs
30 pair
2 pc
15 Pcs
20 pcs
30 pc
Rate per Unit (Rs.)
204.00
161.00
449.00
588.00
490.00
434.00
228.00
419.00
186.00
568.00
116.00
132.00
132.00
11,750.00
11,875.00
1,400.00
1,650.00
215.00
110.00
68.00
60.00
105.00
70.00
64.00
140.00
68.00
225.00
670.00
18.00
270.00
Each
500 gms
100 gms
500 gms
Total value
408.00
322.00
4,490.00
5,880.00
980.00
1,736.00
912.00
1,676.00
1,860.00
568.00
464.00
132.00
132.00
23,500.00
23,750.00
2,800.00
3,300.00
860.00
440.00
6,800.00
6,000.00
6,300.00
4,200.00
3,840.00
5,600.00
2,040.00
450.00
10,050.00
360.00
8,100.00
Date of Purchase
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
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90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
Item Description
Volumetric 2000 Ml
Burrette Glass 50 Ml
Acetyl Chloride
Buffer Soln7.0
Weighing Digital Balance
Surgical Gloves
Flat Bottom 2 Litre
Flat Bottom 5 Litre
Glass Stirrer
Heating Mantle 1 Litre
Melting Point Apprts
Hot Plate
Oven
Muffle Furnace
Orbit Shaker With Incubator
Water Bath 12 Holes
Distillation Appts 5 Litre
Methyl Acetate
Erinchnut Black 7
Ammonium Nickel Sulphate
Silver Nitrate Soln
Silica Gel
Ethyl Acetate
Methol
Quantity
4 pc
52 pc
10X 500 ml
5X500 ml
1 pc
50 pair
4 pc
4 pc
100 pc
2 pc
1 pc
1 pc
1 pc
1 pc
1 pc
1 pc
10pc
20X500ml
8X25 gm
12x250 gm
16X 125 ml
4X500 gm
10X500 ml
10X 500 ml
Rate per Unit (Rs.)
990.00
445.00
525.00
132.00
9,550.00
20.00
425.00
990.00
6.00
2,050.00
2,750.00
2,750.00
33,250.00
35,850.00
115,500.00
8,750.00
33,650.00
540.00
179.00
625.00
448.00
462.00
225.00
221.00
Each
Total value
500 ml
Total
Less 10%
VAT 13.5%
Total (A)
3,960.00
23,140.00
5,250.00
660.00
9,550.00
1,000.00
1,700.00
3,960.00
600.00
4,100.00
2,750.00
2,750.00
33,250.00
35,850.00
115,500.00
8,750.00
33,650.00
10,800.00
1,432.00
7,500.00
7,168.00
1,848.00
2,250.00
2,210.00
604,107.00
60,410.00
543,697.00
73,399.00
617,096.00
Date of Purchase
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
22.8.2012
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Item Description
Quantity
675
2 pc
Rate per Unit (Rs.)
Silica crucible with lid
Each
Less 10%
VAT 13.5%
Total (B)
(A+B)
GRAND TOTAL
Total value
Date of Purchase
1,350.00
135.00
1,215.00
164.00
1,379.00
618,475.00
Appendix – XIV (D)
Electronics and Communication Engineering
Sl.
Item Description
No.
1 SERIES AND PARALLEL RESONANCE (Two experiments to be carried out from this kit) With
AF Generator, AC MVM, AF MVM
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
3-phase induction motor. Measure the speed of motor.1 HP/415 V /1440 RPM/50 Hz/DELTA
CONNECTED CONTROL PANEL: MS SHEET WITH POLYCARBONATE FACIA CONSISTING TPN
MCB, AMMETER, AC VOLTMETER, INDICATORS,TERMINALS, AND SWITCHES REQUIRED
Load Test of DC shunt Generator- Determination of Characteristics Rating 3HP/220V/1500
RPM/DC Shunt Motor coupled to I.8 KW/220 V/1500 RPM Shunt Generator with base and
coupling.
ACCESSORIES
Control panel consisting of: 3 point starter; 4 Nos. DC Ammeter; 2 Nos. DC Voltmeter, 2 Nos.
Field Reheostats(External), Separate excitation unit for Generator,all other indicators,
terminals and switches required.
Single Phase/10 A/Wire Wound Resistive Load Bank controlled by Rotary Switches in 10
steps. For 1.8 KW Shunt Generator
Phase to Phase DC Power Supply to run DC motor. I/P : 415 V/ 2 Phase / AC Supply. O/P : 0220 V /20 A DC
Digital Tachometer. Contact type: DOT Technology
Electrical Wall Chart
1. Wall Chart of 3 phaseSquirrlCage Induction Motor.
2. Wall Chart of Electrical Safety or Do's and Don'ts in Electrical Lab
3 .Wall Chart fr Single Phase Transformer (with constructional details).
4. Wall Chart for Single Phase DC shunt motor and dc generator coupled.
Network Theorems Trainer‐I (Model: NV6509, as per catalogue. Make: NVIS)
Network Theorems Trainer‐II Model: NV6510, as per catalogue. Make: NVIS
Electrical Safety Demonstrator Learning Material CD; Model: NV7000, as per catalogue.
Make: NVIS
Unit Rate
(in Rs.)
45,570.00
Date of Order
29.1.2013
Expected Date of
Delivery
1st week of April 2013
30,135.00
29.1.2013
1st week of April 2013
150,255.00
29.1.2013
1st week of April 2013
3,570.00
6,300.00
29.1.2013
29.1.2013
1st week of April 2013
1st week of April 2013
18,046.50
20,770.50
7,400.00
29.1.2013
29.1.2013
29.1.2013
1st week of April 2013
1st week of April 2013
1st week of April 2013
Sl.
Item Description
No.
9 Measurement of efficiency of Single Phase transformer by direct load test Single Phase
Transformer Lab
Technical Specification: Transformer: Rating : 1 kVA: Model: NV7004, as per catalogue.
Make: NVIS
10 Multimeter: RISHABH make Digital Multimeter Model: RISHmulti 14S 3 3/4 digits
Digital Multimeter LCD display wick backlit with analog Bar Graph, 3100 counts, Auto &
Manual Ranging Mode, CE, CSA approvals
Unit Rate
(in Rs.)
38,590.00
Date of Order
29.1.2013
Expected Date of
Delivery
1st week of April 2013
7,876.90
29.1.2013
1st week of April 2013
Appendix-XVI
Sports Facilities
Indoor Games
Outdoor Games
a)
b)
c)
a)
b)
c)
Table Tennis
Carom Board
Chess
Badminton
Basket Ball
Volley Ball
Appendix-XVII
UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY & MANAGEMENT
MEGHALAYA
BOARD OF GOVERNORS
(01 JULY 2011 TO 30 JUNE 2014)
Name
Profession
Contact Details
Mr. Sanjay Kaul, Chancellor
Chancellor
Dr. S.J. Chopra, Vice Chancellor
Vice Chancellor
1. Smt. L.R. Sangma, IAS (I/c Director, H & T Edn.),
Govt. of Meghalaya, Shillong
Member
3rd Floor, PHD House, 4/2 Siri Institutional Area,
August Kranti Marg, New Delhi 110 016
3rd Floor, PHD House, 4/2 Siri Institutional Area,
August Kranti Marg, New Delhi 110 016
(I/c Director, H & T Edn.), Govt. of Meghalaya,
Shillong
2. Smt. W.M. Shullai, Jt. Director, H & T Edn., Govt. of
Meghalaya, Shillong
1) Mr. J.C. Mehta, CEO, HITCO
Member
Jt. Director, H&T, Govt. of Meghalaya, Shillong
Member
C-II/2531Vasant Kunj, New Delhi -70
01 July 2011
2) Mr. Sunil Kalra, Management Consultant
Member
D1034 New Friends Colony, New Delhi 110 025
01 July 2011
3) Mr. Neeraj Gulati, Finance Officer, UPES
Member
36 Harcharan Bagh, Andheria Moth, New Delhi 110
030
01 July 2011
1) Dr. Parag Diwan, Vice Chancellor, UPES
Member
Dr. Darlie O. Koshy
Director General IAM & ATDC
Apparel Export Promotion Council
Ms. Deepa Verma, Director (IA & HR), UPES
Member
Registrar
Date of
Constitution
01 July 2011
01 July 2011
01 July 2011
3rd Floor, PHD House, 4/2 Siri Institutional Area,
August Kranti Marg, New Delhi 110 016
01 July 2011
7th Floor, Apparel House,Sector-44, Gurgaon122003
01 July 2011
PHD House (3rd Floor), 4/2 Siri Institutional Area,
August Kranti Marg, New Delhi 110 016
01 July 2011
Appendix-XVII
UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY & MANAGEMENT
MEGHALAYA
BOARD OF MANAGEMENT
(01 JULY 2011 TO 30 JUNE 2014)
Name
Profession
Dr. S.J. Chopra
Vice Chancellor
Ms. Deepa Verma, Director (IA & HR), UPES
Registrar
Mr. C.K. Koshy,
Former Chairman – GPCL&
Advisor, Indian School of Petroleum
Mr. Sandeep Mehta, Registrar, UPES
Member
Contact
Date of
Constitution
01 July 2011
3rd Floor, PHD House, 4/2 Siri Institutional Area,
August Kranti Marg, New Delhi 110 016
PHD House (3rd Floor), 4/2 Siri Institutional Area,
01 July 2011
August Kranti Marg, New Delhi 110 016
206, President Plaza, Opp. Muktidham Derasar, Nr.
01 July 2011
Thaltej Cross Road, Thaltej, Ahmedabad- 380054
Member
C-II/2531, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi 110 070
Mr. Vijay Pahwa, Director – Industry Relations, UPES
Member
PHD House (3rd Floor), 4/2 Siri Institutional Area,
August Kranti Marg, New Delhi 110 016
Smt. L.R. Sangma, IAS (I/c Director, H & T Edn.), Govt.
of Meghalaya
Member
(I/c Director, H & T Edn.), Govt. of Meghalaya
01 July 2011
01 July 2011
Appendix-XVII
UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY & MANAGEMENT
MEGHALAYA
ACADEMIC COUNCIL
Name
Profession
Contact
Date of
Constitution
Dr. S.J. Chopra
Vice Chancellor
3rd Floor, PHD House, 4/2 Siri Institutional Area,
15 May 2011
August Kranti Marg, New Delhi 110 016
Prof. Avinash Singh
Dr. Parag Diwan
Vice Chancellor, UPES
Pro-Vice Chancellor
Academician
University of Technology and Management
Bijni Complex, Laitumkhrah,
Shillong - 793 003 (Meghalaya)
15 May 2011
3rd Floor, PHD House, 4/2 Siri Institutional Area,
15 May 2011
August Kranti Marg, New Delhi 110 016
Mr. H. Bahl
Member
Sr. Advisor (Corporate Communication), UPES
Ms. Deepa Verma
Director (IA & HR)
3rd Floor, PHD House, 4/2 Siri Institutional Area,
15 May 2011
August Kranti Marg, New Delhi 110 016
Registrar
3rd Floor, PHD House, 4/2 Siri Institutional Area,
August Kranti Marg, New Delhi 110 016
15 May 2011
Appendix-XVII
UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY & MANAGEMENT
MEGHALAYA
FINANCE COMMITTEE
Name
Profession
Contact
Date of
Constitution
Dr. S.J. Chopra
Vice Chancellor
3rd Floor, PHD House, 4/2 Siri Institutional Area,
15 May 2011
August Kranti Marg, New Delhi 110 016
Mr. Neeraj Gulati
Finance Officer
36 Harcharan Bagh, Andheria Moth, New Delhi 110
030
15 May 2011
Ms. Deepa Verma
Registrar
3rd Floor, PHD House, 4/2 Siri Institutional Area,
15 May 2011
August Kranti Marg, New Delhi 110 016
Mr. K.B. Lal, Finance Officer
Secretary
3rd Floor, PHD House, 4/2 Siri Institutional Area,
August Kranti Marg, New Delhi 110 016
15 May 2011
Appendix-XVIII
Details of Non-Teaching Staff
S.
Name
No.
1
Dr. S.N. Suri
2
Sajal Sen
3
Kamanamay
Deb
Gautam
Ghosh
4
5
Abhishek
Ray
6
Arshad
Hussain
7
Sandipan
Chakraborty
8
Rana
Maninder
Singh
Balakrishna
Narra
9
Designation
Advisor & Head
CCE
Associate Director
- Campus Affairs
Employment
M.Sc, Ph.D
CTC /
Date of
Trained
month Appointment
(Yes/No)
1,00,100
1-Feb.-13
Yes
B. A.
Hons.(Delhi
Univ.) ExCaptain
Indian Army
B.Sc., SAS
1,00,000
2-Jul-12
Yes
50,000
1-Aug-12
Yes
B. Com from
Rani
Durgavati
Univ, MBA in
Mktg. from
Jadavpur
Univ.,
Executive
Graduate
(Accounting)
Hons.
Senior Executive – B.A (H), MA
Enrolment
(English)
53,000
23-Nov-11
Yes
20,654
19-Dec-12
Yes
32,613
11-May-09
Yes
Senior
Administrative
Officer
Senior ExecutiveSystems
Administration
Senior ExecutiveFinance &
Accounts
Diploma in
Textile
Manufacture
B.A. from
Delhi Univ.
37,169
1-Oct-11
Yes
38,780
1-Oct-11
Yes
B. Com.
Nagarjuna
Univ., MBA in
Fin from
Andhra Univ.
B.Sc. From
Bangalore
Univ., M. Lib.
From NEHU
M.Sc Physics
27,000
5-Jan-12
Yes
15,000
6-Aug-12
Yes
10,000
9-Aug-12
Yes
Joint Registrar
Senior Manager Enrollment
10
Khrawbok
Nonrang
Assistant Librarian
11
Pynshailin
Khongslt
Lab Technician
(Physics)
S.
Name
No.
12 Briayn
Teilang
Dkhar
13 Ms. Bethleen
RosanaDkhar
14 Ms. Aroma
D. Lanong
Designation
Lab Technician
(Chemistry)
Office Secretary
Counsellor
Employment
B.Sc
(Zoology);
M.Sc (Botany)
B.A, M.A
(English)
MA (Eco) +
UGC-NET
CTC /
Date of
Trained
month Appointment
(Yes/No)
10,362
7-Dec-12
Yes
14,382
1-Dec-12
Yes
16,000
2-May-11
Yes