The Board of Studies (BoS) is the basic integral  part of the academic system of our Institute. Its occupations will include framing the syllabus of various courses, revising and updating the content from time to time, announcing new courses of study etc.


The composition of the Board of Studies is given below:

  1. Head of the department (Chairman).
  2. The entire faculty of each specialisation.
  3. Two experts in the subject from outside the college to be nominated by the Academic Council.
  4. One expert to be nominated by the vice-chancellor of affiliated university from a panel of five recommended by the college principal.
  5. One representative from industry/corporate sector/allied area.
  6. One meritorious alumnus to be nominated by the Chairman.
  7. The chairman, Board of Studies, may with the approval of the principal of the college, co-opt:
    1. Experts from outside the college whenever special courses of studies are to be formulated.
    2. Other members of staff of the same faculty.


The tenure of the nominated members shall be THREE years.


The principal of the college shall draw the schedule for meeting of the Board of Studies for different departments. The meeting may be scheduled as and when necessary, but at least once an year

Functions of the board of studies

the Boards of Studies would function in this way:

  1. To frame and revise the syllabus of the subject concerned as frequently as necessary and to be given priority as the main function of the Board of Studies.
  2. To formulate a detailed syllabus of different courses of each department and submit to the Academic council/ Board of Governors for approval.
  3. To recommend to the Academic council/ Board of Governors the rules, regulations and minimum qualifications required for the faculty to be the instructor in UG and PG courses.
  4. To prepare/revise boards of paper setters and moderatoers for valuation, practical and viva-voce and panels of judges for Thesis / Dissertation / Project Work of UG/PG courses.
  5. To make model question papers for the subject concerned as and when there is a revision of syllabus.
  6. To recommend to the Academic council regarding Text books, reference books.
  7. To guide the department about industry collaboration, IIPC cell activity
  8. To recommend the department about award scheme that may encourage bright student and some measures to enhance the skill of week students,
  9. To guide the department about student project and RnD activity.



In case of necessity, the Chairman (BoS) / Head of the department / principal may acquire the opinion of the members of BoS by circulation of any proposal. Such opinion together with the action taken thereon shall be communicated to all the members of BoS and to the Academic council/ Board of Governors.


  1. Respective PG/UG Board of each department shall meet at least once in a semester.
  2. The Chairperson of the Board of each department concerned will supervise over the meetings of the Board of Studies. In case of absence, the other convener will preside over the meeting.
  3. The chairperson of each Board of Studies of each department  shall arrange to prepare the agenda for each meeting and it to be sent to all the members at least fifteen days before the date of the meeting.
  4. The quorum for respective Board of Studies meeting shall be not less than 1/3 (one third) of the full strength of the Board.
  5. The conclusions in the Board of Studies shall be made as far as possible by consensus and, if required, by majority.
  6. The Convener of Board of Studies shall prepare the minutes of each meeting and shall submit them to the Academic council l/Board of Governors.


The following are the P.G. and U.G. Boards of Studies functioning at present in the institute:

Individual Board of Studies for UG and PG (wherever applicable)

Sl No.

Name of the Board of studies


Computer science and Engineering


Electronics and Communication Engineering


Electrical Engineering


Information Technology


Applied Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering


Food Technology


Humanities and Social Sciences


Computer Applications


Electronics and Computer Science Engineering