• strategic plan 2018-2023
    Vision :

    To empower women in the field of Science & Technology and transform them as Innovators, Leaders and Entrepreneurs.

    Mission :

    To create and nurture a unique learning environment for faculty and students by providing state of the art infrastructure.

    Foster a culture of innovation and entrepreneurial spirit among students and faculty

    To promote industry interaction, avenue of research and employment opportunities.

    Goal 1: Obtaining NBA Accreditation

    Year 1:

    Establish an NBA Accreditation Committee to oversee the accreditation process.

    Conduct an initial gap analysis to identify areas where alignment with NBA standards is needed.

    Develop an action plan based on the gap analysis.

    Year 2:

    Implement the action plan, addressing deficiencies in infrastructure, faculty qualifications, andacademic processes.

    Launch an extensive faculty development program to ensure compliance with NBA requirements.

    Organize mock NBA accreditation visits for self-assessment and preparation.

    Year 3-5:

    Continuously monitor progress and make necessary improvements based on the feedback frommock visits.

    Prepare and submit accreditation applications to the NBA as per their timeline.

    Celebrate and communicate the achievement of NBA accreditation to stakeholders.

    Goal 2: Generating Successful Funding Proposals

    Year 1:

    Establish a Research and Development cell.

    Provide training for faculty in proposal writing and research project management.

    Identify potential sources of funding, including government grants and private sector support

    Year 2:

    Implement an internal seed grant program to encourage faculty research.Create a comprehensive database of research funding opportunities.

    Encourage faculty members to apply for competitive research grants.

    Year 3-5:

    Monitor and report on the success of securing research proposals.

    Continuously assess and enhance faculty skills in proposal writing and research management.Strengthen collaborations with funding agencies and industry partners.

    Goal 3: Achieving Highest Student Academic Results

    Year 1:

    Conduct a comprehensive assessment of past academic performance data to identify areas thatneed improvement.

    Implement academic mentoring programs and provide personalized support to students.Enhance faculty development programs to ensure high-quality teaching and research.

    Year 2:

    Initiate a Student Academic Excellence Program to recognize and reward top performingstudents.

    Year 3-5:

    Monitor student academic progress and performance through regular assessments and feedback.Continuously adapt the curriculum to meet industry and academic standards.

    Goal 4: Establishing MoUs with Companies

    Year 1:

    Identify potential multinational and national partners in the engineering industry. Establish a Corporate Relations Office to facilitate industry-academic collaboration. Develop a roadmap for building partnerships with companies.

    Year 2:

    Initiate dialogues with identified companies to explore collaboration opportunities. Create industry advisory boards to provide strategic guidance.

    Sign Memorandums of Understanding (MoUs) with selected companies for joint initiatives.

    Year 3-5:

    Implement collaborative projects, such as joint research, internships, and faculty exchanges. Continuously evaluate the success of collaborations and gather feedback from industry partners.

    Expand the number of MoUs and partnerships with companies to broaden industry engagement

    Goal 5: Increasing Research Publications

    Year 1:

    Form a Research Advisory Committee comprising accomplished researchers.

    Identify research focus areas and allocate resources accordingly.

    Encourage faculty participation in national and international conferences and workshops.

    Year 2:

    Establish a research grants program to incentivize faculty research.

    Create a Publication Support Office to assist faculty in publishing high-impact research papers.

    Foster collaborations with external research institutions and experts.

    Year 3-5:

    Encourage faculty to submit their research to reputable journals with high impact factors.

    Organize regular research symposia and seminars to facilitate knowledge sharing.

    Track and analyze research publication metrics to ensure quality and impact.

Goal 6: Ensuring Highest Placements

Year 1:

Establishing a Center for Students Services and Placements (CSSP) to analyze previousplacements and trends to identify strengths and weaknesses.

Enhance skilling to the students to meet up the industry requirements.

Strengthen relationships with industry partners, including conducting industry-specific trainingprograms on campus.

Year 2:

Collaborate with industry experts to identify and incorporate essential skills into the curriculum.

Develop partnerships with alumni and industry professionals to mentor students and facilitatejob placements.

Expand the reach of the CSSP by organizing career fairs, workshops, and campus interviews.

Year 3-5:

Continuously update the curriculum to meet the latest industry needs and standards.

Encourage students to undertake internships and placements related programs to gain practicalexperience.

Promote entrepreneurship and innovation through incubation centers and business plan competitions.

Conclusion:

By diligently following this strategic plan over the next five years, Sumathi Reddy Institute of Technology for Women aims to transform itself into a premier institution known forits highest academic results, NBA accreditation, top-tier placements, impactful research contributions, successful funding proposals, and meaningful industry partnerships. Through careful planning, dedicated effort, and a commitment to excellence, the college will position itself as a leader in engineering education, research, and industry collaboration, making asignificant impact on the engineering landscape

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