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1.         Introduction:


The economic development of any country is reflected through the industrial, agricultural and educational policy of the nation.  Keeping in view of this principle the union govt. as well as state govt. have embarked upon the liberalization, privatization and globalization of economy in all the three sectors. As a result the massive industrialization the policy to attract entrepreneur in setting of industries in private sector has ushered the renaissance in the industrial sector. The govt. is promoting in the multinational companies and industrial houses of the country to harness the natural resources and set up industries in core sectors like steel, Aluminum, mining etc. the requirement of technical personnel will be large in number in the coming years.

            To cope up with the requirement of technical manpower the govt. has also liberalized the educational policy, where by the self-financing colleges and technical institution are being setting up by private bodies.  The promoters have drawn up a mission to serve the industrial sector by providing qualitative technical manpower in future and to translate the mission into reality or the promoter are intending to put up an engineering college at Berhampur [Southern West Bengal] with the state of the art technology and matching facilities.




2.         Promoting Body


SWATIRTHA CHARITABLE TRUST is trust registered under the India Trust Act, 1882 (herein after referred as SCT). The Trust is formed on 2ND AUGUT 2011,   Whereas it is the desire of the Author that the primary object of the trust in the matter of education as charitable object which is by way of establishment of educational and other charitable institutions. The main objective for which the trust is formed is to advance for cause of education in general and all its functions, which pertain to professional & Technical educational course like, Degree Engineering College.

The economic progress of a country is strongly linked with the quality of education. It is therefore, necessary for our technical education to undertake periodic review of the curriculum and subject content of the technical programmes to ensure that they are up to date not outmoded or obsolete and effectively fulfill the technological requirements of the country.

During the past three decades, many steps have been taken in India to improve the quality of technical education. These include evolution of model syllabi, quality improvement programmes for teachers; encouraging interaction with industry through consultancy and continuing education programmes; and providing impetus for expanding infra-structural facilities in emerging technologies.

For economic growth and prosperity, the need is to produce highly professional and competent students. This could be achieved by imparting quality teaching to students. Towards, this some norms and standards of education need to be laid down so as to educate the students with appropriate skills suitable for a rapidly changing industrial scenario.

A scientist often solves problems to understand nature. A professional usually undertakes tasks, which need to be done in a specified period of time on a fixed budget and with limited resources. Larger the information, a professional has at the command and larger his technical and social skills, the more likely he will be able to do his job quickly and efficiently. The rapidly expanding database of technological information means that a student will have to learn only a small fraction of the total information he is expected to know. To install all the needed inputs in a short period of a degree course is impossible. The situation can be ameliorated by improving skills for accessing information, developing flexible learning skills, rejecting outmoded courses from the curriculum and by addition of the appropriate and emerging technological items.




3.         Background of the Consultants


            The Detailed Project Report is being prepared by the people who have been associated with Technical Education for last 10 years and also people having industrial exposure.




4.         Technical Education and Industry Scenario  Placement & Job Market


The Government of West Bengal has liberalized the Industrial Policy in order to attract large number of investors to setup industries in the State.  As on date West Bengal is considered to be Steel, Aluminium and Power Hub of the Country.  With the liberalization of Industrial Policy a large number of industries have been setup in the State in core sectors as well as service sectors like IT and ITES. 

With the advent of massive industrialization, the need for technical manpower increased in many fold.  To meet the demand the Government has also encouraged establishment of Self-financing Engineering Colleges in private sector.


Realizing the growing need of Technical Man Power in different Industrial Sector N S Polytechnic College has arranged a Mega JOB Fair – 2015 started on 2nd May 2015 and continued up to 5th May 2015. Sri Ujjal Biswas Hon’ble Minister in Charge , Department of Technical Education & Training,, Govt. of West Bengal have inaugurated the Mega Job Fair - 2015. Sri Swapan Debnath , Ho’ble MIC ,of State of WB, Sri Chandra Nath Sinha, Hon’ble MIC, Dept of Fisheries, Govt. of WB, was present in the Mega Job Fair to grace the program. Valuable presence of Sri Debu Tudu, Hon’ble Sabhadipati, Burdwan Zilla Parishad and Sri Bikash Roy Choudhury , Hon’ble Sabhadipati , Birbhum Zilla Parishad made the program a great success.






Hon’ble Governor & Hon’ble Chief Minister of Govt. of West Bengal have been pleased to tender their valuable messages and good wishes to the students , staff and managing committee of JOB Fair.














List of Some Companies conducted Campus Interview and selected at least 250 outgoing Polytechnic students during the Mega Job Fair – 2015.


  1. AFX Animation
  2. Techmaplus info services Pvt. Ltd.
  3. Set System and Services Pvt. Ltd
  4. Advan Mind Consulting Pvt. Ltd.
  5. N Global Software Technologies
  6. Prime
  7. A I M I L
  8. I G I
  9. SRMB Srijan Ltd.
  10. Symbion Tech. Pvt. Ltd.
  11. Amrit Cement
  12. Skipper Ltd.
  13. A1 Future Technologies
  14. Siren Electrical
  15. ITC Kolkata
  16. Mamaksia Crowns
  17. Multiserve roll
  18. Well Water
  19. Electro Star
  20. Manaksia Crowns
  21. Security Engineer Pvt Ltd
  22. Patil Rail
  23. HSCL
  24. Shyam Steel
  25. Shyam Sel & Power Ltd.
  27. Itrix IT Soln. Pvt. Ltd.
  28. Nikhar Consultancy Pvt. Ltd.
  29. TELCOM
  30. Heaven Architect.
  31. Amigous Solutions Pvt. Ltd.
  32. Amigous Technology Pvt. Ltd.
  33. Arena Animation
  34. Security Engineers Pvt. Ltd.
  35. Electro Star.










5.         Objectives of the Institution


The institution shall be striving to achieve the following objectives

  1. To impart quality education in a serene and disciplined atmosphere.
  2. To cope with the educational standards pertinent to national & international level.
  3. To participate and contribute in the areas on various training , research and development.
  4. To aim at all round development of the institution & society.
  5. To encourage and support the students in entrepreneur quality.
  6. To provide assistance and help in proper placement of students.
  7. To provide skilled technical manpower to fit to the technical jobs.
  8. To induce value added technical system with reference to youth of West Bengal.
  9. To ameliorate / uplift socio-economic condition of meritorious downtrodden students.
  10. To induce the research and innovative attitude among faculty and students.
  11. To boost moral, professional accountability, competitive spirit amidst  the students in the field Technical Education.




6.         General and Technical education scenario in the country:


The Central & State Govt. has a long lasting programme on improving the educational standards of the masses commencing right from grass root level i.e. village level, up to the urban levels.  The state govt. encourages to set up various training centers educational institutions both in public and private sectors in the state.  The vision of the govt. is to place the country at horizons of the highly industrialized countries in the world and has formulated and adopting policies for setting up industries , vocational training centers, technical educational institutions in private sectors. 




7.         Status of Technical manpower:


As on date West Bengal has got a very meager percentage of technical manpower in comparison to the need for qualified lot.  To improve the quality in vocational training & technical education up to a desired level to cater the need of industries both in supervisor , mechanic and managerial sector which are expected to come up down in line in a period of coming two decades and need for growth of quality education through various centers and technical institutes of excellence are to setup for shortening the gap between demand and supply.

As stands now the total requirement of trained & technical manpower for the Country’s industrial need is about 4 Lakhs per year and this trend is expected to continue for the period of 5 years to come.  Whereas the number of pass outs of qualified engineers every year in the Country is about 2.5 lakhs which is less than the required input/supply in comparison to the prevailing demand.




8.         Academic Programs



It is the oldest professional engineering that deals with the design, construction and maintenance of the structures like bridges, roads, canals, dams and buildings. It has many sub-disciplines. Civil Engineering is the application of physical and scientific principles and it is linked to advanced understanding of Mathematics, Drawing, Applied Mechanics and Strength of Materials.





This old and broad discipline involves the application of the principle of physics for the analysis, design manufacture and maintenance of mechanical system. Mechanical Engineering is the strong concept of mechanics, kinematics, thermodynamics, fluid mechanics and energy. This branch ranges from space to the bottom of oceans.






It is the most important sector in Engineering that deals with study & application of electricity, electronics and electromagnetism. Generally, Electrical Engineering deals with problems associated with large-scale electrical system like generation transmission and motor control.






Hand in hand with Civil Engineering, Survey Engineering emerged as a special discipline about 5000 years ago. The accurate three dimensional location of point over the land surface, under the land surface or under the water surface in our globe or anywhere in the universe, is very important for all concerned. With the development of modern technologies Total Survey has also taken the disciplines of Electronics and Computer Science in its fold. For 3 years diploma course, in addition to the essential Engineering and Science Subjects, special emphasis will be given to Cartography, Computer aided design and drafting, Geodesy and Astronomy, Tachometry & Cadastral Survey, Theodolite Survey, Curve and Triangulation, Topography and Hydrograph, Modern Survey, Tunnel and Mine Surveying, Photogrammetric and Remote Sensing etc.




9.         Central Library:


A central library measuring 3230 sq ft. built-up area has been constructed.  The Library functions 12.00 Hrs. per day i.e. 8.00 AM to 8.00 PM and on all days of the week .  The Library has been divided into three sections namely issue , reference and reading section .  The library is managed by a well designed software system and cataloguing procedure in reading section there is a capacity of 125 students. In library there are 855 titles of books with 4275 volumes and 30 national journals.



10.       Central Computing Facility:


A computer centre measuring 1077 sq ft. built-up has been constructed.  The centre is equipped with 85 number of computers with high speed internet facility . Institute is facilitated with Wi Fi facility .




11.       Central Workshop:


5 workshops a) Carpentry   b) Fitting  c)  Welding  d) Machine shop  e) Electrical shop  have been constructed having  2153 sq ft. area of each. Machines and tools have been purchased in accordance with the norms of AICTE spcified for approved Diploma Engineering Institutions.




12.       Quality Management and Human Resource Development



Academic values:


We are interested to promote bright faculties towards love for technical education system by providing lucrative salaries, perks, etc.  as per AICTE norms.  Inspite of that, different scholarships, rewards/ facilities in terms of scope for carrier advancement / QIP/ FTP, Research facilities, etc. are provided for updating their knowledge and skills for national development.


  • Provision for rewards for bright engineers opting for teaching profession as career.
  • Provision for grants attending national and international seminars.
  • Scope for Research activities, patenting, etc.
  • Provision of internet facilities, e-library facilities, etc. to expand their knowledge and skill.


Recruitment strategies:


  • Encouraging the staff for higher studies.
  • Provision for HR, EPF, Medical Allowances, TA as per norms of Govt.
  • Attending short term courses.
  • Presenting papers in national/ international seminars.
  • Lien scheme for faculty servicing for a long period.
  • Time bound promotional facilities.
  • Reward for improving efficiency in field of teaching and research.




  • QIP facilities
  • Short –term training programme
  • Time bound promotion
  • Reward for better performance
  • PF facility
  • Health care facilities
  • Recreation facilities


  • Promotional facilities as per Job, quality, punctuality, accountability, honesty
  • PF facilities
  • Health care facilities
  • Recreation facilities
  • Support for Higher education facilities




13.       Total Quality Management :


To face the global challenges in technical education to retain bright faculties in the system to attract good and meritorious students for admission, to attract core industries as well as software and govt. and non-govt. organizations for t & p for the students, etc. and to make the institution a premier one in the field of research and development.  It will adopt TQM philosophy in the organization.


i.          Establishment of quality mission.

ii.          Quality policy declaration.

iii.         Setting up quality objectives.

iv.         Designing the quality manual and

v.         Applying TQM system continuously.




14.       Governance and Academic Administrative Management



Philosophy of Governance:

The Trust will be the apex body to take all the decisions in the matters of growth and development of various activities to translate the objectives of the Trust into reality.  The Trust shall function on the principles of democracy.  There will be transparency in all activities and subject to public audit and scrutiny. The Governance will be carried out with service mentality without any profit bias.


Board of Governance :

The Trust will have a board of management which will constitute of the following:

  • The President
  • The Secretary
  • The Treasurer


The Institution will have a Governing Body consisting of the following:

  • The Trust President, Secretary and Treasurer shall function as in the said positions in the College Governing Body.
  • Nominee of AICTE
  • Nominee of State Government
  • Nominee of West Bengal State Council of Technical Education
  • Nominee of Local Representative
  • Nominee of Industrial Person