Krishna Engineering College

Affiliated to Dr APJ Abdul Kalam Technical University, Approved by AICTE, Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India

(College Code - 161)








S.No. Course Name Branch/Year Duration
1 PHP 2nd & 3rd Year (CSE & IT) 60 Hours (From 2nd July 2018)
2 PYTHON 2nd & 3rd Year (CSE & IT) 60 Hours (From 2nd July 2018)
3 Web Designing (HTML & CSS) 1st Year (CSE & IT) 02 Weeks (From 2nd July 2018)
4 Graphic Designing Tools (Photoshop, CANVA, INDESIGN) 1st Year (CSE & IT) 02 Weeks (From 2nd July 2018)
5 JAVA (Basic & Advance) 3rd Year (CSE & IT) 240 Hours (From 11th June 2018)
6 Internet of Things (IOT) 3rd Year (CSE & IT) 60 Hours (From 2nd July 2018)
7 ANDROID 2nd & 3rd Year (CSE & IT) 60 Hours (From 2nd July 2018)
8 Cyber Security 3rd Year (CSE & IT) 60 Hours (From 2nd July 2018)



S.No. Course Name Branch/Year Duration
1 MATLAB Programming & Numerical Technique 1st Year 02 Weeks (From 2nd July 2018)
2 Hardware Implementation of Electronic Circuits & Testing 1st Year 02 Weeks (From 4th June 2018)
3 CORE JAVA 1st Year 02 Weeks (From 2nd July 2018)
4 Electrical Engineering 1st Year 02 Weeks (From 4th June 2018)
5 Spoken English 1st Year 02 Weeks (From 2nd July 2018)
6 Fabrication of Peltier Effect Air-Conditioning and Mini Jig-Saw Bench 1st Year 02 Weeks (From 2nd July 2018)



S.No. Course Name Branch/Year Duration
1 Embedded Systems 3rd Year (ECE) 02 Weeks (From 12th June 2018)
2 PCB & Embedded System 3rd Year (EN) 02 Weeks (From 12th June 2018)
3 IOT 2nd Year (ECE) 02 Weeks (From 12th June 2018)









S.No. Course Name Branch/Year Duration
1 AUTO CAD 1st and 2nd Year (ME) 03 Weeks (From 05th June 2018)
2 Solid Works 3rd Year (ME) 04 Weeks (From 05th June 2018)
3 ANSYS 3rd Year (ME) 04 Weeks (From 05th June 2018)



NPTEL is an acronym for National Programme on Technology Enhanced Learning which is an initiative by seven Indian Institutes of Technology (IIT Bombay, Delhi, Guwahati, Kanpur, Kharagpur, Madras and Roorkee) and Indian Institute of Science (IISc) for creating course contents in engineering and science. NPTEL as a project originated from many deliberations between IITs, Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs) and Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) during the years 1999-2003. A proposal was jointly put forward by five IITs (Bombay, Delhi, Kanpur, Kharagpur and Madras) and IISc for creating contents for 100 courses as web based supplements and 100 complete video courses, for forty hours of duration per course. Web supplements were expected to cover materials that could be delivered in approximately forty hours. Five engineering branches (Civil, Computer Science, Electrical, Electronics and Communication and Mechanical) and core science programmes that all engineering students are required to take in their undergraduate engineering programme in India were chosen initially. Contents for the above courses were based on the model curriculum suggested by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) and the syllabi of major affiliating Universities in India.
NPTEL has been offering self-study courses across engineering, humanities and science streams for more than a decade. These are available at: http://nptel.ac.in. From March 2014 NPTEL has been offering online certification for its courses, the highlight being the certification exam through which the student gets an opportunity to earn a certificate form the IITs! These are available at: https://onlinecourses.nptel.ac.in
To take this initiative forward and to encourage more students across colleges to participate in this initiative, they are setting up NPTEL chapter in colleges (with the approval of the management) which will be under the headship of a faculty member of the college, who would be their Single Point of Contact (SPOC). They will keep the SPOC updated about all the latest NPTEL initiatives and give him information which they can disseminate among the students. They can identify suitable mentors for various courses, who can ensure that students are active in a course, are submitting their assignments on time and also clarify the doubts they may have.

Objectives:

1. The basic objective of science and engineering education in India is to devise and guide reforms that will transform India into a strong and vibrant knowledge economy. In this context, the focus areas for NPTEL project have been i) higher education, ii) professional education, iii) distance education and iv) continuous and open learning, roughly in that order of preference.
2. Manpower requirement for trained engineers and technologists is far more than the number of qualified graduates that Indian technical institutions can provide currently. Among these, the number of institutions having fully qualified and trained teachers in all disciplines being taught forms a small fraction. A majority of teachers are young and inexperienced and are undergraduate degree holders. Therefore, it is important for institutions like IITs, IISc, NITs and other leading Universities in India to disseminate teaching/learning content of high quality through all available media. NPTEL would be among the foremost and an important step in this direction and will use technology for dissemination.
3. India needs many more teachers for effective implementation of higher education in professional courses. Therefore, methods for training young and inexperienced teachers to enable them carry out their academic responsibilities effectively are a must. NPTEL contents can be used as core curriculum content for training purposes.
4. A large number of students who are unable to attend scholarly institutions through NPTEL will have access to quality content from them.