Every student will have to undertake suitable projects in department / industry / research organization in consultation with the Head of the Department and the faculty guide. Courses under this title may be floated by departments during second and third year of the undergraduate programme. A Mini- project will be a regular course to conduct a design and fabrication type project. The student’s performance will be evaluated by the departmental committee through a midterm and final evaluation. A Mini-project can be done jointly by two students. The students can earn two credit points for completing a mini project with / without the help of industry mentor. The lab classes and experiments are framed with the help of industry experts to trigger project based learning. The spoken tutorials have been included to maintain good standard in the teaching learning process.
Industrial Practice is a regular departmental credit course to be done typically at the end of the semester V or VI semester. The Industrial Practice duration may be a minimum of three weeks, preferably in an industry or an R& D institution. A student will be registered for the Industrial Practice course in the summer semester in which the training is being carried out. The department will scrutinize the training report and the training certificate, and if the training is satisfactory, award three credits with suitable grade. A student can also undergo two one credit courses offered by the department to compensate for the Industrial Practice requirement.
A student can earn extra credits for publishing papers in the reputed journals and conferences which will cultivate the research culture in the young generation. Institution facilitates the young minds by connecting industry people via one credit course where industry expert delivers a most recent technology as a one credit course to the students.
These courses are offered to improve the skill / knowledge level of students in their chosen or allied area of study. It may include the certificate courses, foreign languages, skill development courses. However, these courses are optional courses and students can opt for them as and when they are offered by the college or through college. These courses are not credit courses, but successful completion of the course will be indicated in the grade sheets.
Students can opt for one credit industry oriented courses of 15 hours duration which will be offered by experts from industry/other Institutions, subject to the approval by the Head of the department. Grades for the course should be submitted by the expert to the Controller of Examinations after the course work is completed. There will not be any End Semester Examination for a one credit course. Students can complete such one credit courses during the semesters 3 to 7 as and when the courses are offered by the department. The course assessment may consist of tests, problem solving, presentations, preparation of papers, etc., which will be decided by the Head of the Department. Students who have successfully completed three such one credit courses shall become eligible for waiver of one program elective course. The industry oriented courses will help students to know about the current technological demand in the industry and it will increase student’s employable opportunity. The industry institute interaction will be improved through the industry oriented one credit courses. The faculty members also get chance to update their knowledge towards industry requirements.
A student can join any technical club activities or certification training programmes to develop his skill set in the particular domain like Mobile App development, Web development ,.etc., Sri Krishna college of Technology is an authorised academic partner of leading industries like oracle,Palo alto,DellEMC.,etc., so students who joins will get international certificate in the particular domain. The skill based training will help to improve the student’s potential to meet the industry requirements.
“The art of communication is the language of leadership”
Nothing connects students more than our highly regarded communication skill development programs. Our institution understands that Technical skills may help a person in getting a job, but soft skills can make or break him/her as a manager. “Snap talk” is one such program in which the students share thier views and ideas of thier interest per diem, thus by improving thier eloquence aswell as sharing something unique and new each day. We encourage our students to come out of thier comfort zones, step boldly, speak in front of thier peers and knock out thier glossophobia, or the so called “fear of public speaking”. We embolden them to dig deep into contemporary topics and share thier ideas. Our institiution is zealous on improving the students best skill and bringing out a debator, orator or critic in them. Through this, we provide them the opportunity to grow, learn, and expand thier professional repertoire