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The undergraduate programmes in Engineering have 234 credits, comprising 60% theory and 40% practicals with a project work to be completed in the last semester.

The M.C.A. programme (Lateral Entry) has 96 credits with a project in the final semester.

Bachelors programmes in Science, Commerce, BCA, BBA have 198 credits each. There is a project work component for the B.Sc. and BCA students in the final semester.

B.Tech. Programmes:

  • The students of the first year undergo a rigorous and well-planned curriculum for a smooth transition from their school to a professional, engineering education.
  • They undergo theoretical and practical courses in Physical Sciences, Computer Science, Basic Civil and Mechanical Engineering, Basic Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Engineering Mechanics and Engineering Drawing to provide them the right orientation towards a full-fledged engineering degree programme.
  • The exposure to Basic Workshop practices like carpentry, smithy, foundry and welding give them a 'feel' of the industry as they begin a professional course. The accent on computer - based practical courses and the use of software to execute Engineering Drawing, in addition to pencil drawing, gives the students a winning edge in concept assimilation.
  • A value-added credit course on HR skills and Training and Placement classes in the regular time table are the special features of the curriculum. Aptitude test, skill - enhancing methodologies, communication and leadership skills imparted through this training, tune the students to the industrial needs and make them employable.
  • Orientation and remedial packages in English for weaker students are imparted suitably to raise their level of performance.
  • In bid to add more value to their skills, all the B.Tech. students are encouraged to complete certificate courses of inter-disciplinary nature.
  • B.Tech. students have the option of graduating with a B.Tech. (Honours) degree provided they fulfill certain requirements of marks and course work.
  • Students are encouraged to undergo industrial internship.
  • Tour to industries, R&D laboratories and institutes of higher learning are conducted to provide a better exposure to students.

B.Sc. PROGRAMMES


  • The double major programmes give equal weightage to both the main papers and also involve the study of ancillary papers.
  • Students are provided individual computers to work on.
  • A value-added credit course on HR skills and Training and Placement classes in the regular time table are the special features of the curriculum. Aptitude test, skill - enhancing methodologies, communication and leadership skills imparted through this training, tune the students to the industrial needs and make them employable.
  • Orientation and remedial packages in English for weaker students are imparted suitably to raise their level of performance.
  • Students are encouraged to undergo industrial internship
  • Tour to industries, R&D laboratories and institutes of higher learning are conducted to give a better exposure to students.
  • A mini project during the sixth semester helps them sum-up their studies to industry - oriented projects.  

 

B.Com. and B.B.A. PROGRAMMES 

  • The syllabus has been designed in such a way as to help the student take up the entrance exams conducted by professional institutions like ICAI, ICWAI and ICSI.
  • The course exposes the students to the use of computers. Four theory papers and six practical sessions each of 45 contact hours are included in the syllabus. Students are provided individual computers to work on.
  • A value-added credit course on HR skills and Training and Placement classes in the regular time table are the special features of the curriculum. Aptitude test, skill - enhancing methodologies, communication and leadership skills imparted through this training, tune the students to the industrial needs and make them employable.
  • Orientation and remedial packages in English for weaker students are imparted suitably to raise their level of performance.

Ethics

With zeal to regenerate the moral fiber of our students, a course on ETHICS is prescribed as a compulsory subject for all the Under-Graduate Degree programmes at SRC. Seminars and Special lectures are also organized to augment our efforts in this direction.

 

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