Sarvajanik College of Engineering and Technology - [SCET], Surat - List of Professors and Faculty

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Prof. (Dr.) Swati Sharma

Professor & HOD, Department of Chemical Engineering

Qualification - Ph.D

Subject Experties - Waste water Treatment

Academic Experience - 20 Years

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Dr. Vaishali Umrigar

Assistant Professor, Department of Chemical Engineering

Qualification - Ph.D

Subject Experties - Environment, Reaction Engineering, Modeling, Process Control, Green Chemistry.

Academic Experience - 12 Years

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Prof. Rashmita Patel

Assistant Professor, Department of Chemical Engineering

Qualification - M.Tech

Subject Experties - Heat Transfer, Safety and Environment, Thermodynamics, Reaction Engineering, Separation techniques.

Academic Experience - 10 Years

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Prof. (Dr.) Pratima Patel

Professor & HOD, Department of Civil Engineering

Qualification - Ph. D.; M. E. (SMFE) & M. E. (WRE)

Subject Experties - Soil Mechanics & Foundation Engg., Ground improvement techniques, artificial groundwater recharging, testing and consultancy of soil, concrete technology

Academic Experience - 27 Years

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Prof. (Dr.) Jigar Sevalia

Professor, Department of Civil Engineering

Qualification - Ph.D

Subject Experties - Structural Engineering, Structural Dynamics, Machine Foundations, Concrete Technology, Earthquake Engineering, Repair-Rehabilitation-Retrofitting of Structures

Academic Experience - 18 Years

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Prof. (Dr.) Pariza Kamboj

Professor & HOD, Department of Computer Engineering

Qualification - Ph.D

Subject Experties - Mobile Ad-hoc Networks, Computer Networks, Mobile Computing, Pervasive Computing, Advance Java, Core Java

Academic Experience - 20 Years

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Prof. (Dr.) Keyur Rana

Professor, Dean Student Act, Department of Computer Engineering Council,

Qualification - Ph.D.

Subject Experties - Computer Networks, Artificial Intelligence, Genetic Algorithm, Wireless Sensor Network, Data Structure and Algorithms

Academic Experience - 19 Years

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Prof. (Dr.) Sandhya Rathore

Associate Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering

Qualification - M.E.(Control system), Ph.D.

Subject Experties - Electrical Machine modeling, performance analysis, design and control, Stochastic Control

Academic Experience - 18 Years

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Prof. Sharad Patel

Associate Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering

Qualification - B.E.(Electrical), Post Diploma in Industrial Safety

Subject Experties - Switch Gear & Protection, Testing & Commissioning of Electrical Equipments, Electrical Machine 1,Elements of Electrical Design.

Academic Experience - 23 Years

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Prof. Neeta Chapatwala

Associate Professor, Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

Qualification - M.Tech.

Subject Experties - Information theroy and coding, DIgital Commuication, Wireless Communication, Integrated Circuits and Applications, Audio & Speech Processing

Academic Experience - 17 Years

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Prof. (Dr.) Pranav Lapsiwala

Associate Professor, Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

Qualification - M.S., Ph.D

Subject Experties - Fiber Optics Communication, Wireless Communication, Telecommunication Switching System, Network Management, Wireless Sensor Netowrk, Wireless Ad-Hoc Network, Sensor Technology

Academic Experience - Teaching: 9 years Industry : 3 years

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IT_MitaParikh Prof. (Dr.) Mita Parikh

Professor, Department of Information Technology

Qualification - Ph.D.

Subject Experties - Database Management Systems, Software Engineering, Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, Data Mining

Academic Experience - 17 Years

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Phone - 0261-2240146

Prof. Hiren H Vavaiya

Assistant Professor, Department of Information Technology

Qualification - M.Tech

Subject Experties - Database Management Systems,Operating Systems, Computer Networks, Data Structure and Algorithms, Distributed Database Applications and Systems

Academic Experience - 17 years

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Prof. (Dr.) P. A. Khatwani

Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering Textile Technology

Qualification - Ph.D

Subject Experties - Weaving, Modern Weaving, CAD/CAM, Textile Production Management, Texturising, Technical Textiles, Embroidery, Process and Quality Control in Weaving

Academic Experience - 33 Years

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Prof.(Dr.) Chitra Joshi

Associate Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering Textile Technology

Qualification - Ph.D

Subject Experties - Spinning, Fabric structure ,Garment Technology, and Medical Textiles.

Academic Experience - 23+ Years

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Phone - 0261-2240146

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KB
8.3 /10

Faculty :

Overall throughout my graduation, there have been around 10-12 faculty members, excluding the lab assistants, and in my view, they have immense knowledge in the field of IT and related domains. Of course I do have complaints with the teaching methods of a few of the faculty members, but when it comes to expertise, each and every member of the staff is up to date with the latest technology and services.

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8.7 /10

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Around 25 professors are there where 15 are Ad-hoc and 10 are senior most professors. Qualifications of all lecturers are above M. tech where some of them are pursuing P. hd. Almost all are expert in their own subject. Some of the lecturers are having industry experience and certifications.

9 /10 faculty
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PS
5.3 /10

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My course has around 25 faculties. Half of them have experience of around 10 yrs or more. 5-6 have got PhD. But teaching is just above average. Some faculties are good but some are bad. Teaching style is good by some faculties but some are way too traditional.

6 /10 faculty
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YJ
8.2 /10

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The faculty in field are most experienced one. The researches in the fields are immense. They keep themselves and the students updated about the new technologies and products in the field. The are mostly two faculties per subject. We have been to many industrials visits across the India.

10 /10 faculty
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GM
7.5 /10

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College faculties are not stable enough. Some professors having permanent job but others don’t have so faculties changes frequently in one semester or two semester. Else the lecture of faculties conducts regularly and relevant experience related to industry is also helpful.

7 /10 faculty
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Sj
7.8 /10

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1. Study the knowledge base of teaching and learning. You have chosen to teach in higher education because you are a subject-matter specialist with a tremendous knowledge of your discipline. As you enter or continue your career, there is another field of knowledge you need to know: teaching and learning. What we know about teaching and learning continues to grow dramatically. It includes developing effective instructional strategies, reaching today’s students, and teaching with technology. Where is this knowledge base? Books, articles in pedagogical periodicals, newsletters, conferences, and online resources provide ample help. Take advantage of your institution’s center for teaching and learning or other profeesional development resources. 2. Accept all who enter the classroom door. Much has been written about underprepared students who enter college. Since more students attend college now than ever before, it is only rational that some are not as prepared as we might expect. Institutions are dealing with this issue, but instructors must do some rethinking about how they teach, in order to meet the needs of all learners in their classrooms. Ungraded pretests and interest inventories can be used to see what your students already know about the content you will be teaching next. Students in all classes need help learning how to learn the material. You may not have imagined that you would be teaching how to learn vocabulary in your college courses, but that may be just what your students need. Above all, students should not be berated if they don’t know things that weren’t taught in high school. Accept students where they are and help them to go forward. They need a college education. 3. Plan for instructional management. For decades, college instructors never thought of classroom management as something they had to plan, but times have changed and today’s college students need to know what’s happening. Posting a visual outline of what will be done during the class helps students follow the lesson and stay on task. Various aspects of teaching, such as distributing papers, taking attendance, and making time for students to ask questions, need to be part of course planning. Put policies in the syllabus about attendance, disturbances, cell phones, etc. and then review those policies with students. You set the tone of the class, and management procedures are needed. 4. Teach with a variety of strategies. Study the literature and learn about approaches such as learner-centered teaching, guided inquiry, active learning, lecture, group work, and online discussion. Use what works best given your content and your students’ learning needs. The best advice is to be visual, followed by keeping students actively thinking, writing, comparing, and applying new knowledge. Students learn more easily when they’ve been given the rationale for what they are learning, and when they understand why the teacher has chosen certain instructional methods and learning activities. 5. Use assessment to inform students of their achievement. Today’s students are used to checking their grades online so they know where they stand at any given time in the semester. Grading policies need to be clear and grading scales easy to use. Share your grading policy in writing on the syllabus and then show exactly how it works after the first big exam, paper, or assignment. Remind students that assessment is more than the assigning of a grade. Assessment helps them to understand their achievement and helps teachers meet their needs. 6. Keep the passion. It is very easy to become disheartened by student complaints, lack of administrative support, budget cuts, and job insecurity. However, what is it that drew you to your discipline originally? For most of us, it was a true passion for the subject, a desire to learn all about it, and a further desire to then share that knowledge. In higher education, we have opportunities to learn, research, teach, and shape the future of our disciplines and influence the larger world through our disciplines. Successful college teachers recognize that many of today’s college students have learning needs. Taking actions like these helps them to meet those challenges successfully.

8 /10 faculty
9 /10 placement
7 /10 social life
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9 /10 campus life
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AR
8.7 /10

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Our college faculty is honorable and helpful. The required qualifications to apply in this college for faculty is complete masters in their particular branch then also some profeeser who have applies for principal post they had to complete their ph. d also. So these are the requirements of our college faculty.

9 /10 faculty
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Pv
9.5 /10

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This course is all about creativity and productivity, so ofcourse our faculty had also so many experience in this field. So we have different subjects like structure, design, elective, history, building services. And for this subject there is excellent faculty for teaching this subject.

9 /10 faculty
9 /10 placement
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10 /10 campus life
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8 /10 Student Satisfactory Rating

Sarvajanik College of Engineering and Technology has various facilities and infrastructure for the students to have a comfortable time on the campus. Infrastructure like a hostel, cafeteria, library and facilities like sports, open-air theatre, seminar halls, stationery are provided by the SCET.

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6 /10 Student Satisfactory Rating

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Good aspects are the college has good public, it has a good reputation in Surat. It's in the center of the city and has been graduating since 2004. It had a good record in the past but now the placement has not been that good. Cultural life is good at scet with many events and fests and college is known for organizing events and fests like this. Bad aspects are that it still cannot compete University like Nirma and other famous colleges of Gujarat. Despite giving such high fees the facilities and the environment is still not satisfied. Some faculty are good and some are not based on which you can decide the conduct of the college. Classrooms are not up to the mark which it should be. The

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8.3 /10 Student Satisfactory Rating

"Above Average college for specific fields"

I do have several complaints about the administration staff of the college. They are absolutely unprofessional when it comes to dealing with students, behave in a very hostile manner and couldn't care less about the inconveniences caused to students by their delays in response. It is absolutely garbage and I don't see the staff changing in the coming years either. The one huge demerit of the college.

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