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“The most inhumane act is the offence of Ragging on a human being by an inhuman creature.” The Institution is bound by the UGC Regulations on Curbing the Menace of Ragging in Higher Educational Institutions 2009.” Ragging is an offence under MAHARASHTRA PROHIBITION OF RAGGING ACT, 1999 which defines ragging as:

“Causing, inducing, compelling or forcing a student, whether by way of practical joke or otherwise, to do any act which detracts from human dignity or violates his/her person or exposes him/her to ridicule from doing any lawful act. By intimidating, wrongfully restraining, wrongfully confining, or injuring him or by using criminal force on him/her or by holding out to him/her any threat of intimidation, wrongful confinement, injury or the use of criminal force.” “Ragging in all its forms is totally banned in this institution including in its departments, constituent units, all its premises (academic, residential, sports, cafeteria, etc.)

whether located within the campus or outside and in all means of transportation of students whether public or private. The institution shall take strict action including but not limited to criminal proceeding and/or cancellation of admission against those found guilty of ragging and/or of abetting ragging and the burden of proof shall hereby lie on the perpetrator of alleged ragging and not on the victim. An offence of Ragging may be charged either on a written complaint by the affected or on independent finding of the Anti-Ragging Squad. In order that no incidence of Ragging is ever reported at EESCOET founded an Anti – Ragging Committee which governs the prevention of any means of Ragging either within or outside the college. There have been no incidents of Ragging at EESCOET till date.

Anti-Ragging Committee members:

Sr.No Name of Staff Designation
01 Prof. Shaikh Sohail Mohiuddin

Head

02 Prof. Kalyankar  Navnath S. Member
03 Prof. Patil Balkrishna Keshavrao Member
04 Prof. Mujeeb Pathan Member
05 Prof. Dudile Nagesh Sambhaji Member
06 Prof. Sagri Faiz Abdul Majeed Member

About Right to Information Act

Bringing Information to the Citizens


Right to Information Act mandates timely response to citizen requests for government information. It is an initiative taken by Department of Personnel and Training, Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions to provide a– RTI Portal Gateway to the citizens for quick search of information on the details of first Appellate Authorities, PIOs etc. amongst others, besides access to RTI related information / disclosures published on the web by various Public Authorities under the government of India as well as the State Governments

Objective of the Right to Information Act:


The basic object of the Right to Information Act is to empower the citizens, promote transparency and accountability in the working of the Government, contain corruption, and make our democracy work for the people in real sense. It goes without saying that an informed citizen is better equipped to keep necessary vigil on the instruments of governance and make the government more accountable to the governed. The Act is a big step towards making the citizens informed about the activities of the Government.

It was established in accordance with the directives of Honorable Supreme Court of India to ensure safety, security and dignity of women at workplace.

OBJECTIVES:

To create a congenial working environment which is free of sexual harassment or gender based discrimination for all women employees and students.

To heighten awareness and sensitivity to this important issue amongst all concerned DEFINITION OF SEXUAL HARRASSMENT: According to Supreme Court Judgment on Sexual Harassment, on the case of Vishakha vs. the State of Rajasthan (August 1977), the behavior that can be considered as sexual harassment has been explicitly, legally defined as following- Sexual Harassment includes:

  1. Physical contact and advances.
  2. Demand or request for sexual favors.
  3. Sexually colored remarks.
  4. Display of pornography.
  5. Any other unwelcome physical, verbal or nonverbal conduct of a sexual nature.

The critical factor in sexual harassment is the un-welcomeness of the behavior. Thus, it is the impact of behavior on the recipient, rather than the intent of the perpetrator which is to be considered.

Sr.No Name of Staff Designation
01 Prof. Umale Shubhangi

Head

02 Prof Ghunawat Manisha  Member
03 Prof.Hashmi Riyaz Ahmed Member
04 Prof. Furaat Fateen Member
05 Prof. Ashwini Chayya Member

Academic committee plays a prominent role in representing the students and works towards ensuring that students’ interest and queries are raised with the concerned authorities.

Academic Committee also serves as a vital link between the student body and the faculty at Everest Group of Institutions College of Engineering and Technology. The committee contributes towards smooth functioning of the academic system and ensures timely resolution of all relevant issues raised by the student community. Academic committee takes up the responsibility of implementing best practices so that both the present and future batches can have a better academic system in place. Academic committee also holds the responsibility for practices like holding academic award functions to honor students for academic excellence.

Academic Committee for the academic year 2017 – 2018.

Sr.No Name of Staff Designation
01 Prof. Shaikh Abdul Haseeb

Head

02 Prof. Patil Balkrishna Keshavrao  Member
03 Prof. Shaikh Sohail Mohiuddin Member
04 Prof. Khan Junaid Ahmed Member
05 Prof. Hasmi Riyaz Ahmed Member

Everest Educational society’s Group of Institutions College of Engineering & Technology Aurangabad has committed to providing a safe academic working environment to all girl students and women employees. As per the guidelines of Supreme Court, UGC, Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition & Redressal) Act, 2013, an Internal Complaints Committee has been established by the College.

Internal Complaints Committee for the academic year 2017 – 2018

Sr.No Name of Staff Designation
01 Prof. J. A. Khan

Head

02 Prof. P.R. Dhas  Member
03 Prof. A.K. Momin Member
04 Prof. S.T. Umale Member
05 Prof. F.M Khan Member
06 Mr. M.A Mule Member
07 Mr. P.R Mapare Member
08 Mr. Adeel Ahmed Student Nominee
09 Mr. Aftarul Haq Student Nominee

About IQAC Cell

Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) was established at EESCOET on 12th July, 2017. Since quality enhancement is a continuous process, the IQAC should be a part of the institution’s system and work towards realizing the goals of quality enhancement and sustenance.

The IQAC has to make a significant and meaningful contribution in the post-accreditation phase but also helpful for new accreditation through channelizing the efforts and measures of an institution towards academic excellence.

Objective:

  • To develop a quality system for conscious, consistent and catalytic programmed action to improve the academic and administrative performance of the Institute
  • To promote measures for institutional functioning towards quality enhancement through internalization of quality culture and institutionalization of best practices.

Functions:

  • Development and application of quality benchmarks/parameters for the various academic and administrative activities of the Institute
  • Facilitating the creation of a learner-centric environment conducive for quality education and faculty maturation to adopt the required knowledge and technology for participatory teaching and learning process
  • Arrangement for feedback responses from students, parents and other stakeholders on quality-related institutional processes
  • Dissemination of information on the various quality parameters of higher education
  • Organization of inter and intra institutional workshops, seminars on quality related themes and promotion of quality circles
  • Documentation of the various programmes/activities of the Institute, leading to quality improvement
  • Acting as a nodal agency of the Institute for coordinating quality-related activities, including adoption and dissemination of good practices
  • Development and maintenance of Institutional database through MIS for the purpose of maintaining /enhancing the institutional quality
  • Development of Quality Culture in Institute

Benefits of IQAC:

  • Ensure heightened level of clarity and focus in institutional functioning towards quality enhancement
  • Ensure internalization of the quality culture
  • Ensure enhancement and integration among the various activities of the institution and institutionalize good practices
  • Provide a sound basis for decision-making to improve institutional functioning
  • Act as a dynamic system for quality changes in the Institute
  • Build an organized methodology of documentation and internal communication.

Minutes of Meeting in IQAC

IQAC Members

Sr.No IQAC Member Representing
01 Dr. Deepak K. Gupta (Head of the institution)

Chairperson

02 Prof. Syed Jibran Quadri (Management) Management
03 Mr. Gulam Akhtar (Local Society) Member
04 Prof. Rahul D. Shelke Member
05 Mr. Syed Ali Quadri (Administrative Officer) Member
06 Mr. Ashfaque Alam Siddiqui ( Industry) Member
07 Mr. Amitesh Kumar (Alumni) Member
08 Prof. Hashmi Riyaz Ahmed Co-ordinator
09 Prof. Shaikh Abdul Haseeb Member
10 Prof. Patil Balkrishna Keshavrao Member
11 Prof. Khan Junaid Ahmed Member
12 Prof. Shaikh Sohail Mohiuddin Abdullah Member
13 Prof. Warule Vishal Ramdas Member
14 Prof. Momin Abdul Khavi Abdul Rauf Member

Brief Introduction of Innovation Cell

“Innovation is conversion of idea leading to improvement in way of doing things depending on

Availability of resources with guidance from those who are more experienced around us. Innovation Cell is thus envisaged to network people, ideas, experience and resources to galvanize the innovation community in the college. This cell will not only help to nurture your Ideas and encourage you to bring up business proposals but there is also a possibility that the institute may after rigorous evaluation of your idea, provide you with required facilities and perhaps facilitate you even in getting funds for your project. Learning is a continuous process and there are always possibilities for improvement in the existing system around us. Using the facilities of workshops, laboratories, library including digital library facility, internet and intranet facilities and research facilities available in the institute, innovative ideas could be translated into reality or existing systems could be improved upon. Additionally, the Innovation Cell could facilitate in getting patenting for innovations and out of box projects with the help of the Institute. The main aim of this Cell is, thus, to create intuition in terms of creative design ideas in various fields of engineering in an aesthetic approach. Innovation Cell will assist students and also encourage young talented minds by providing them a perfect platform for showcasing their talents, working together as teams and participate in various competitions. It will also serve to provide the students a platform to excel in their specialized area of interest.”

Sr.No Name of Staff Designation
01 Prof. Shaikh Sohail Mohiuddin

Head

02 Prof. Shejul Rahulkumar Arunrao  Member
03 Prof. Syed Jibran Quadri Member
04 Prof. Md. Inayat Khan Member
05 Prof. Siddiqui Samiuddin Samshoddin Member
06 Prof. Shaikh Abdus Samad Member

KEY FINDINGS

Women’s empowerment means women gaining more power and control over their own lives.

According to UN World Survey on the Role of Women in Development 2014, there are proven synergies between women’s empowerment and economic, social and environmental sustainability. The chronic underinvestment in gender equality has been aggravated by the austerity measures adopted in many countries in the post-crisis context.

The aim of the present note is to provide background information for the Members of the Committee on Women’s Rights and Gender Equality (FEMM) of the European Parliament attending the 60th session of the CSW, as regards the priority theme of the session:

Women’s empowerment and the link to sustainable development. It gives an overview on the role of women’s empowerment in the context of the Sustainable Development Agenda, clarifies some basic concepts relating to empowerment and sustainable development and examines the means of implementing, financing and monitoring of the activities related to the new Sustainable Development Goal 5 entitled “Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls”.

WOMEN EMPOWERMENT CELL MEMBERS

Sr.No Name of Staff Designation
01 Prof. Khan Farhat Shaheen

Head

02 Prof. Sumaiyya Sultana  Member
03 Prof. Hashmi Riyaz Ahmed Member

Education should enable a person. Instead today we see a semi-skilled person is more confident as compared to professional graduates and post graduates. It is found that one of the major cause for such lack of confidence is not being aware of various career options.

The difference between an iron and a magnet is ‘orientation’. In iron, all the elements are distributed in random fashion whereas same iron will work as a magnet when all the constituent elements are oriented in a proper direction.

In Everest Education Society’s Group of Institution’s College of Engineering & Technology, Aurangabad, we have identified “orientation towards successful career” as a major challenge to be addressed in young professionals. Crafting a successful engineering career is not only responsibility of university but also a contribution towards the next generation where the students are empowered and enabled to discover themselves, explore options, make decisions, and take actions thereby becoming responsible citizens of India.

What is Career and Counselling Cell?

The cell will be involved in assisting training and placement activities, providing guidance for higher education and competitive exams, creating platform for budding entrepreneurs, bringing awareness about various career options through counselling and maintaining a very good alumni network.

Training and Placements

  • The Career and Counselling centre is integrated with university placement cell.
  • Maintaining job Performa at cell for making suitable job references.
  • Aims to establish contact with companies/organizations to invite them for campus recruitment.
  • Provide industrial relevant training matching the dynamic market job requirements for a successful professional career.
  • To connect with industry and other experts to train motivated students and get them job.
  • The centre liaisons with the prospective hiring organizations tills the actual placement takes place. It negotiates on behalf of the prospective employee with industry for the best terms and conditions.
  • Maintaining database of students to refer them for suitable job vacancies. Conducting campus interviews for reputable and professional organizations.
  • EESCOE&T established a Carrier Counselling Cell to guide our students for various carrier challenges and for the higher education and competitive exams, creating platform for budding entrepreneurs, bringing awareness about various career options through counselling.
Sr.No Name of Staff Designation
01 Prof. M. A. Siddiqui

Head

02 Prof. A. S. Shaikh  Member
03 Prof. M. Pathan Member
04 Prof. M .R. Shinde Member
05 Prof. S. S. Siddiqui Member
06 Prof. V. S. Karvande Member

Objectives

  • Ensure timely disbursement of Scholarships to students
  • Provide a common portal for various Scholarships schemes of Central and State Governments
  • Create a transparent database of scholars
  • Avoid duplication in processing
  • Harmonization of different Scholarships schemes & norms
  • Application of Direct Benefit Transfer

Benefits

  • Simplified process for the students
    • All scholarships information available under one umbrella
    • Single integrated application for all scholarships
  • Improved transparency
    • System suggests the schemes for which a student is eligible
    • Duplicates can be reduced to the maximum extent
  • Helps in standardization
    • Master data for Institutions and courses at all India level
    • Scholarships processing
  • Serves as a decision support system (DSS) for Ministries and departments as up-to date information will be available on demand.
  • Comprehensive MIS System to facilitate monitoring every stage of Scholarships distribution i.e. from student registration to delivery of funds

Minority Cell Members

Sr.No Name of Staff Designation
01 Prof. Patil Balkrishna Keshavrao

Head

02 Prof. Syed Siraj Ahmed Pasha  Member
03 Prof. Shaikh Mudassar Maheboob Member
04 Prof. Karwande Vijay Suresh Member
05 Prof. Hashmi Riyaz Ahmed Member
06 Prof. Burgute Gajanan Sureshrao Member
07 Prof. Shaikh Zahoor Khalid Member

Objectives

  1. To educate, enlighten and empower the students and staff of OBC categories in the university to make use of the facilities extended by the Govt. and other agencies for their educational & occupational career.
  2. To implement, monitor and evaluate continuously the reservation policy in university and plan measures for ensuring effective implementation of the policy and programmes of the Government of India and UGC.
  3. To collect data regarding the implementation of the policies in respect of admissions, appointments to teaching and non-teaching positions in the universities and analyze the data showing the trends and changes towards fulfilling the required quota.
  4. To organize the Continuing Education Programmes (CEPs) for students, researches, teachers and non-teaching staff of the university to update their knowledge and skills.

Functions of the OBC Cell:

  1. To circulate the orders and other circulars issued by the University/ Government of India and UGC (University Grant Commission) and to collect regularly, on an annual basis, information regarding course-wise admission of candidates belonging to the Other Backward Classes in the University and colleges for different courses in prescribed form within the stipulated date, and to take follow-up works, where ever required.
  2. To circulate the orders and other circulars issued by Government of India and University Grants Commission’s decisions in respect of appointment and promotion for teaching and non-teaching posts in the University in suitable forms by a stipulated date and take follow up action where ever required.
  3. To collect reports, orders and information issued by Government of India and the UGC on the various aspects of Education, Training and Employment of other Backward Classes candidates for evolving new Policies or modifying existing policies.
  4. To analyses information so collected and prepare reports and digests for onward transaction to the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Govt. of India, University Grant Commission and such other authorities as may be required.
  5. To monitor the working of the remedial Coaching Scheme in the University for OBC students, including Minorities students.
  6. To organize and monitor special coaching/training/ remedial coaching scheme in the University for OBC and Minorities students to prepare them for UGC-NET/SLET/JRF/SET/other Competitive Examinations.
  7. To co-ordinate through university with Govt. (State & Central), UGC and such other organizations to get Scholarship/freeship/other financial benefits for OBC & minority students.
  8. To deal with representations received from Other Backward Classes (OBC) and Minorities Candidates regarding their admission, Scholarships, Recruitment, Promotion and other similar matters in the University.
  9. To function as a Grievances Redress Cell for the grievances of OBC students and staff including Minorities students and employees of the University and render them necessary help in solving their academic, research as well as administrative problems.
  10. To maintain a database of candidates belonging to OBC and Minorities in the University and colleges to facilitate in placement service.
  11. Any other works assigned by the University from time to promote higher education among OBC students and staff.
  12. The OBC Cell will exclusively look after the work related to the OBC and Minorities, No other work will be assigned to it.

OBC Cell Members

Sr.No Name of Staff Designation
01 Prof. Patil Balkrishna Keshavrao

Head

02 Prof. Waghmare Preshit Member
03 Prof. Karwande Vijay Suresh Member

The Scheduled Caste (SC) and Scheduled Tribes (ST) Cell in an institute promotes the special interests of students in the reserved category. It is expected to provide special inputs in areas where the students experience difficulties.

The Cell may conduct regular remedial coaching classes on life skills, personality development, writing assignments and making presentations, as well as Hindi and local language classes. The Cell also is expected to organize interactive sessions and informal meetings with students to attend to their personal, social and academic problems.

Objectives of the Cell:

SC/ST Cell has been constituted in the Institute to resolve all the affairs and problems related to the SC/ST Officers, Employees, and Students of the Institute. Following are the important work under SC/ST Cell:

  1. All affairs related to SC/ST.
  2. All affairs related to SC/ST reservation implemented in the Institute according to Indian Government Policy.
  3. Registering the complaints in writing from of SC/ST teachers, officers, employees, and students and address it to concerned department,     person, section for its peaceful resolution.
  4. Nomination of SC/ST students for Cell at Institute level.

SC/ST Cell Members

Sr.No Name of Staff Designation
01 Prof. Patil Balkrishna Keshavrao

Head

02 Prof. Shelar Rohidas Baban  Member
03 Prof. Karwande Vijay Suresh Member
04 Prof. Chandankar Satyam Shankarrao Member

Brief Introduction Grievance Redressal Cell

“The function of the cell is to look into the complaints lodged by any student, and judge its merit. The Grievance cell is also empowered to look into matters of harassment. Anyone with a genuine grievance may approach the department members in person, or in consultation with the officer in-charge Students’ Grievance Cell.

In case the person is unwilling to appear in self, grievances may be dropped in writing at the Suggestion/ complaint Box of the Grievance Cell. Grievances may also be sent through e-mail to the officer in-charge of Students’ Grievance Cell. Students are requested to note that making a complaint is serious and therefore they are to use this power in a responsible manner. At the same time, the college assures students that once a complaint is made, it will be treated with sensitivity and confidentiality.

Vision

The Grievance Cell is constituted for the Redressal of the problems reported by the Students of the College by following objectives and tries to build the grievance free environment.

Mission

To develop a responsive and culpable attitude among the students to maintain harmonious environment in the campus.

Grievance Redressal Cell Member

Sr.No Name of Staff Designation
01 Prof. Shaikh Sohail Mohiuddin

Head

02 Prof. Shejul Rahulkumar Arunrao  Member
03 Prof. Mujeeb Pathan Member
04 Prof. Faisal Khan Member
05 Prof. Janbandhu Saurabh  Anil Member

For this purpose, sexual harassment includes such unwelcome sexually determined behavior (whether directly or by implication) as:

  1. a) Physical contact and advances; b) A demand or request for sexual favours;
  2. c) Sexually colored remarks; d) Showing pornography;
  3. e) Any other unwelcome physical, verbal or non-verbal conduct of sexual nature

Where any of these acts is committed in circumstances where-under the victim of such conduct has a reasonable apprehension that in relation to the victim’s employment or work whether she is drawing salary, or honorarium or voluntary, whether in government, public or private enterprise such conduct can be humiliating and may constitute a health and safety problem. It is discriminatory for instance when the woman has reasonable grounds to believe that her objection would disadvantage her in connection with her employment or work including recruiting or promotion or when it creates a hostile work environment. Adverse consequences might be visited if the victim does not consent to the conduct in question or raises any objection thereto.

VISHAKHA COMMITTEE MEMBERS

Sr.No Name of Staff Designation
01 Prof. Khan Farhat Shaheen

Head

02 Prof. Sumaiyya Sultana  Member
03 Prof.Hashmi Riyaz Ahmed Member
04 Prof. Sheema Maryam Member
05 Prof. Dayalani Geeta Member

PUSH (PEOPLE UNITED SEXUAL HARASSMENT)

The EEOC has defined sexual harassment in its guidelines as:

Unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, and other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature when:

  • Submission to such conduct is made either explicitly or implicitly a term or condition of an individual’s employment, or · Submission to or rejection of such conduct by an individual is used as a basis for employment decisions affecting such individual, or Such conduct has the purpose or effect of unreasonably interfering with an individual’s work performance or creating an intimidating, hostile, or offensive working environment.

Unwelcome Behavior is the critical word. Unwelcome does not mean “involuntary.” A victim may consent or agree to certain conduct and actively participate in it even though it is offensive and objectionable. Therefore, sexual conduct is unwelcome whenever the person subjected to it considers it unwelcome. Whether the person in fact welcomed a request for a date, sex-oriented comment, or joke depends on all the circumstances.

Source: Preventing Sexual Harassment (BNA Communications, Inc.) SDC IP .73 1992 manual

Sexual harassment includes many things…

  • Actual or attempted rape or sexual assault. Unwanted pressure for sexual favors.
  • Unwanted deliberate touching, leaning over, cornering, or pinching.
  • Unwanted sexual looks or gestures. Unwanted letters, telephone calls, or materials of a sexual nature.
  • Unwanted pressure for dates. Unwanted sexual teasing, jokes, remarks, or questions. Referring to an adult as a girl, hunk, doll, babe, or honey.
  • Whistling at someone. Cat calls. Sexual comments.
  • Turning work discussions to sexual topics. Sexual innuendos or stories.
  • Asking about sexual fantasies, preferences, or history.
  • Personal questions about social or sexual life.
  • Sexual comments about a person’s clothing, anatomy, or looks.
  • Kissing sounds, howling, and smacking lips.
  • Telling lies or spreading rumors about a person’s personal sex life.
  • Neck massage. Touching an employee’s clothing, hair, or body.
  • Giving personal gifts. Hanging around a person.
  • Hugging, kissing, patting, or stroking. Touching or rubbing oneself sexually around another person. Standing close or brushing up against a person.
  • Looking a person up and down (elevator eyes).
  • Staring at someone. Sexually suggestive signals.
  • Facial expressions, winking, throwing kisses, or licking lips.
  • Making sexual gestures with hands or through body movements.

Members

Sr.No Name of Staff Designation
01 Prof. Hashmi Riyaz Ahmed

Head

02 Prof. Umale Shubhangi Member
03 Prof. Naiman Quadri Member
04 Prof. Karvande Ajay Member

The motto or watchword of the National Service Scheme is ‘NOT ME BUT YOU’, this express the essence of democratic living and upholds the need for selfless service and appreciation of the other man’s point of view and also to show consideration for fellow human beings.

It underlines that the welfare of an individual is ultimately dependent on the welfare of society as a whole. Therefore it should be the aim of the NSS to demonstrate this motto in its day-to-day programme.

NSS Cell Member

Sr.No Name of Staff Designation
01 Prof. Kalyankar Navnath Sambahji

Head

02 Prof. Faisal Khan Member
03 Prof. Kawle Nitin Ashok Member
04 Prof. Shaikh Zahoor Khalid Member

The main objective of organized physical education, sports and games activities is to create an environment that stimulates selected movement experiences resulting in desirable responses that contribute to the optimal development of the individual’s potentialities in all the phases of life. To help students to achieve a health-enhancing life of physical activity. To provide students with a variety of activities that will enhance life – long learning and participation. To organize college level sports and games competitions both for students and staff as part of the college annual day celebrations. To assist and encourage the students to participate very actively in organizing and conducting various sports and games both indoor and outdoor in the college and out of the college.

Sports Cell Member

Sr.No Name of Staff Designation
01 Prof. Kalyankar Navnath Sambahji

Head

02 Prof. Syed Akhlaque Ahmad  Member
03 Prof. Momin Abdul Khavi Abdul Rauf Member
04 Prof. Jonnavaram Krishna Member
05 Prof. Ingle Sonik P. Member

Accepting/Paying Capitation Fee is Strictly Prohibited


In order to ensure transparency in admissions by Technical Institutions imparting technical education and also in view of the various judgments by Hon’ble Supreme Court of India, All India Council for Technical Education(AICTE),in exercise of powers conferred under Clause(n) of section 10 of AICTE Act, 1987(52 of 1987), call upon the students, parents and the general public not to pay any Capitation Fee or any other fee other than that mentioned in the Prospectus of the Institutions for consideration of admission.

Aggrieved students/Parents may send Their complaint to the Grievance Redressal Committee of the Institution in the first instance and if they are not satisfied with the decision of the committee, they may send their appeal to the “OMBUDSMAN” (as per AICTE Regulation No. 37-3/Legal/2012 dated 25.5.2012) through Registry appointed at the Institution concerned along with evidences of such payment made to institution

Introduction:

EESCOE&T aims to provide platform for students to creative activities for all round development of students. It is also committed to enhance student’s leadership and organizational skills through the various efforts taken at institute level. The institute has student council committee in each academic year for smooth working of academic activities at institute level. The institution provide guidance with the help of faculty for collective and constructive leadership within student community and organizes various activities. The transparent mechanism is adapted wherein students from all classes of society can represent through different bodies /committees depending upon their skill sets and opportunities given to them accordingly.

Objectives:

  • The role and responsibilities of Students Council (SC) mainly include smooth conduction and organization of events and maintaining academic.
  • Members of Students Council are actively involved in planning and executing technical, social, techno-social, sports and cultural activities by the institute.
  • It co-ordinates functioning of departmental student associations in the institute and provides necessary inputs for overall development of students.
  • SC is actively work in students and guide them as per their needs.

Student Council Committee for the academic year 2017 – 2018.

Sr.No Name of Staff Designation
01 Dr. D.K. Gupta

Principal

02 Prof. J. A. Khan Cultural I/C
03 Prof. N.S. Kalyankar NSS Officer, Sports I/C
04 Mr. Ansari Mohammad Yasir General Secretory
05 Mr. Abdul Qadir Cultural Secretory
06 Mr. Aquib Ansari Sports Secretory
07 Mr. Ansari Ali Hasan NSS Secretory
08 Ms. Shaikh Hina Ladies Representative
09 Mr. Mubashir Ahmed Media Secretory

Introduction:

The College has started Alumni Association from 2016-17. A network of old students are form to reunion the memories of the college. The institute celebrate and share the student’s success and glory. Association regularly meets and interacts with the management. The alumni also help the institution by giving information about influencing industries and other agencies in getting placements fests for the institution. The alumni has expanded and strengthened it with new enrollments. The alumni appear for various activities and their suggestions are taken into account.

Objectives:

  1. To bring together past students of EESCOET from all department to act as their representative and coordinate, synchronize and promote their interest in all matters.
  2. To promote sports education, culture & knowledge by arranging seminars of past students of EESCOET.
  3. The alumni helps the institution by giving information about influencing industries and other agencies in getting placements fests for the institution.
  4. To develop the library and other necessary activities by feedback of past students of EESCOET.
  5. To arrange, conduct and hold seminars, conferences, discussions etc for past students.

Alumni Association for the academic year 2017 – 2018.

Sr.No Name of Alumni Designation Branch
01 Shaikh Bilal Ahmed

President

 Civil
02 Qureshi Sajed Ahmed

Vice-President

 EE
03 Shaikh Shahebaz

Treasurer

 CSE
04 Khan Zeda Sadaf

Secretary

 EE
05 Gaikwad Sonali M

Member

 CSE
06 Ajim Shaikh Taslim

Member

 EE
07 Mirza Tarannum

Member

 CSE
08 Pathan Bilquis

Member

 CSE
09 Ansari Armash

Member

 Civil