2.2.1 A. Record of organization of orientation/ induction programme for fresher: Orientation was conducted for fresher’s dated on 27.08.2012.
B. Details such as the duration, issues covered, experts involved and mechanism for using the feedback in subsequent years:
Common Induction Program was conducted at UCC on Sept 2012. An oath as follows were administered to all students by Hon’ble VC.
2.2.2 A. Record of analysis of the “differential requirements of the student population” after admission and before the commencement of classes: Open house conducted during orientation.
B. Record of key issues identified and addressed: Communication skills, Media aptitude, Creative thinking ability. These issues were addressed by following methods – Help of Career Counseling and Opportunity Cell and Language Laboratory. 2.2.3 A. Record of bridge/remedial/ add-on courses: Remedial courses planned for 2013-14 for the students who will fail in classtest.
B. Time table and details of the courses offered in the department-wise for all courses:
Hosted at website – www.dauniv.ac.in
Copies of time tables along with academic calendar available with exam department. 2.2.4 A. Record of the academic growth of students from disadvantaged sections of society, economically disadvantaged, physically handicapped, slow learners, etc
SC – Scheduled Caste
ST- Scheduled Tribe
Students Pass in A and A+ grade
Students Pass in B and B+ grade
Students Pass in A and A+ grade
Students Pass in B and B+ grade
B. Main findings
It is noteworthy that almost all of the passed out students from disadvantaged sections are either serving corporate sector or pursuing higher education.
2.2.5 Record of identification and responses to the learning needs of advanced learners
Advance learners are given opportunity to be a part of our broadcast quality TV content production. They also work as ‘Earn while Learn’ trainee besides their course studies. 2.3 Teaching-Learning Process
2.3.1 Records of Plan and organisation of the teaching, learning and evaluation schedules (teaching plan, evaluation schedules and methods, etc.)
Adhere to Ordinance 31. 2.3.2 A. Record and website info of providing course outlines and course schedules prior to the commencement of the academic session
Website carries course outline. Detailed syllabus is given to student on commencement of
Each semester during orientation lecture.
B. Methods used for effective implementation
* Regular classes, and if required extra classes being conducted.
* Class tests are regular feature. Three tests and assignments are regularly given. 2.3.3 A. Record of difficulties in completing the curriculum within the stipulated time frame and calendar
Adhere to Ordinance 31.
B. Write up of the challenges encountered and the departmental measures to overcome these.
* Extra classes and to provide freedom to ask any query after class to any teacher during working hours. 2.3.4 A. Record of student-centric learning activities
Creative groups of core media activities, for example Photography Club, Scribblers (Literature and Poetry), Dance and Music Group are, fully functional. Student gets a value added grooming on core areas by participating in the activities of club and group.
B. List of participatory learning activities which are adopted by the faculty that contributes to holistic
development and improved student learning, besides facilitating life-long learning and knowledge
Course content of Electronic Media has many creative and exploration opportunities.
Faculty adopt innovative techniques to explain core topics.
Induction programme of fresher students (27. 08.2012).
Seminar on “Fostering excellence in research (15.01.2013). It was a University level event, where department actively participated to conduct successfully.
Shramdan in Garden to create environment awareness dated 14.02.2013.
Celebrated “Basant Utsav” (15.02.2013).
Interdepartmental Sports (from February 28 to March 02, 2013).
Convocation ceremony of University (19.02.2013).
Drama Performance on Patriotic Theme at University Level competition on Republic Day.
2.3.5 List, record with photographs of activities such as invited experts/people of eminence to deliver lectures and/or organize seminars for students (Documents enclosed).
Regional Conclave organized by EMRC
International Animation Day and
International Convention organized by EMRC
Seminar on ‘Acting for Animators’ conducted by internationally acclaimed Mr. Ed Hooks. He wrote the book ‘Acting for Animators’
Seminar on ‘Visual Effects Production Pipeline’ by Mr. Mahesh Bari, VFX supervisor from Prime Focus Ltd.
Seminar on ‘Making of Alpha & Omega’ by Mr. Mehul Hirani, Creative Director of Crest Animation I Ltd.
An ‘Experiential Learning’ workshop conducted for soft skill development.
Mr. Chetan Pandit, Bollywood Actor, delivered a seminar on Acting Skills through his documentary.
Pt. Bhattacharya conducted an interactive session on Music Appreciation.
A seminar by Mr. Vijay Arumugam on ‘Story Telling and Preproduction in Animation’
A National Seminar on ‘Changing Trends in Television’ delivered by Ms. Deepika Shivdasani, AVP – SonySAB TV
Fourty Four Research papers were presented by EMRC students in the National Seminar
CG Meet-up on ‘Camera Tracking and Match Move’ by Rhythm & Hues
2.3.6 Record of Encouragement to blended learning by using e-learning resources
Teaching using online literature/Film and along with PowerPoint presentation is general feature in the teaching learning process. 2.3.7 Record of facilities such as virtual laboratories, e-learning, open educational resources and mobile education used by the faculty for effective teaching
EMRC develops e-content on various subjects. Faculty uses online educational resources very frequently. A virtual class room is planned from 2013-14.
2.3.8 Record of activities of designated group among the faculty to monitor the trends and issues regarding developments in Open Source Community and integrate its benefits in the university’s educational processes
All faculties of EMRC are well aware of open source community and uses it at their dispense. An open source community of alumni and students is planned for 2013-14 onwards to share ideas and knowledge in new areas.
2.3.9 Record of steps taken to convert traditional classrooms into 24x7 learning places
Students are encouraged to participate in departmental media content production and broadcast. All seven classrooms are ICT enable hence students involve full time into the learning process.
2.3.10 A. Record of actions taken to avail the services of counsellors/mentors/advisors for each class or group of students for academic, personal and psycho-social guidance (please refer conference/ seminar file-enclosed).
1. Personality Development, Communication Skills training and experiential learning modules/workshop are offered for enrichment of students.
2. Psychosocial guidance will be offered from 2013-14. B. Details of the process and the number of students who have benefitted.
All students compulsorily participate in abovementioned modules and utilize acquired skill in industry. Students coming from small village and town are working in Mumbai with production house and top channels. 2.3.11 A. Record of innovative teaching approaches/methods/practices adopted/put to use by the faculty during the last four years?
Contextual television programming and film studies introduced. Theatre method of personality development is adopted. Rigorous researches are assigned to the students B. Write up of improvement in learning by innovative methods
Electronic Media course content allows a lot of exploration opportunities for the students. Teacher keeps adopting innovative techniques to explain core topics and then set students free for exploration. C. Record of recognition to the faculty due recognition for innovation in teaching
Appreciation in departmental functions and committee records.
2.3.12 Record of actions for creating a culture of instilling and nurturing creativity and research temper among the learners
How to write innovative scripts?
Lectures on relevant topics are given to instill creativity and nurture scientific research temper.
How to decide research problem?
Assignments are designed to work on a social problem and find out the research proposition to define a proper research problem
What are the steps involved in production of TV content?
Pre-Production, Production and post-production process are explained through workshop and deputing students as assistant in production process.
Through Research paper formats, data analysis, SPSS workshop, previous research given to students for preparation 2.3.13 A. Record of student projects (if mandatory in each of the learning programme) : #File No. 8
B. Number of projects executed within the university (department):
Subject wise breakup available (#File No. 8)
C. Names of external institutions associated with the University for Student Project Work:
AICTL – City Bus Service. Students made a film for City Bus Service.
D. Role of faculty in facilitating such projects.
All faculty are actively engaged in guiding student production projects. 2.3.14 A. Record of shortfall in qualified faculty to meet the requirements of the curriculum: Nil.
B. Record of actions for shortfall supplementation:
1. By appointing contractual full time Assistant Professors.
2. Visiting Faculty Lectures 2.3.15 Number of percentage of faculty enabled to prepare computer-aided teaching/ learning materials: 100 % . 2.3.16 A. Record of Student feedback for evaluation of teachers by the students: (#File No. 9)
B. Record of Alumni feedback for evaluation of teachers by the students: (#File No. 9)
C. Methods used and Impact of the evaluation feedback used to improve the quality of the teaching-learning process:
EMRC analyses and discusses these issues in departmental meetings.
Impact is very good.
2.4 Teacher Quality
2.4.1 Record of how the plan and management of human resources was done to meet the changing requirements of the curriculum: Solicit industry experts as visiting faculty.
2.4.3 Diversity in its faculty recruitment
Department / School
% of faculty from the same university
% of faculty from other universities within the State
% of faculty from universities outside the State
% of faculty from other countries
2.4.4 A. List of qualified faculty appointed for new programmes/emerging areas of study ? N.A.
B. Number of faculty members appointed to teach new programmes during the last four years: 02 (Full Time Contractual Assistant Professors).
2.4.5 List of academic recharge and rejuvenation of teachers: Ms. Archana Somashekar and Mr. Kamlesh Chouhan attended Orientation and Refresher course at Academic Staff College (copy enclosed).
A. List of faculty availed and provided research grants by the University:
Planned for 2013-14
B. List of faculty availed and on study leave: Nil.
C. List of faculty nominated to national/international conferences/seminars, in-service training, organizing national/international conferences etc.:
2.4.7 List of faculty received awards / recognitions for excellence in teaching at the state, national and international level during the last four years Nil.
2.4.8 List of faculty underwent staff development programmes during the last four years (add any other programme if necessary)?
Academic Staff Development Programmes
Number of faculty
02 - Ms. Archana Somashekar and Mr. Kamlesh Chouhan
Staff training conducted by the university
Staff training conducted by other institutions
Summer / Winter schools, workshops, etc.
2.4.9 Percentage of the faculty have
been invited as resource persons in Workshops / Seminars / Conferences organized by external professional agencies = 15%
participated in external Workshops / Seminars / Conferences recognized by national/ international professional bodies = 15%
presented papers in Workshops / Seminars / Conferences conducted or recognized by professional agencies = Nil %
teaching experience in other universities / national institutions and other institutions = 15%
industrial engagement = Nil%
international experience in teaching = 15 %
2.4.10 List and details of organization of academic development programmes (e.g.: curriculum development, teaching-learning methods, examination reforms, content / knowledge management, etc.) for its faculty aimed at enriching the teaching-learning process: Research Method training.
2.4.11 A. List of faculty encouraged: Nil
Mobility of faculty between universities for teaching
Faculty exchange programmes with national and international bodies
B. Record of schemes helping in enriching the quality of the faculty by such mobility and faculty exchanges Nil.
2.5 Evaluation Process and Reforms
2.5.3 A. Record of time taken by the department for declaration of examination results each semester: Adhere to Ordinance 31. Declared within one week of test or end semester examination.
B. Record of means adopted for the mode / media adopted for the publication of examination results (Website, SMS, email, etc.): Website and Notice Board 2.5.4 A. Record of ensuring transparency in the evaluation process: Students are shown their evaluated answer sheets. They discuss with concerned faculty. They are also compared with best answering student’s copies.
B. Measures taken to ensure confidentiality: We have separate room with restricted entry for examination control room related issues.
C. Record of the Pre-examination processes – Examination Time table generation, student list generation, Invigilators, Attendance sheet, :
File D. Results of students course wise and its analysis: Copies available in department record. 2.6. Student Performance and Learning Outcomes
2.6.1 A. Write up of articulation of its Graduate Attributes of the department:
Our students guided by faculties in such a way that they can utilize their soft and hard skills to perform good research and quality Television and e-content production. B. Record of facilitation of monitor the implementation and outcome
2.6.2 A. Record of learning outcomes for its academic programmes: 100% on and off campus Placement assistance for students. (#File No. 10) B. Record of making students and staff are made aware of these:
Awareness through website link.
2.6.3 Write up of department teaching, learning and assessment strategies structured to facilitate the achievement of the intended learning outcomes:
EMRC team is committed to practice higher standards of quality in Media Research Practices, Educational Television and e-content Production and Broadcast of educational content. Office Administration and Exam department automation ensures smooth functioning to other section of EMRC. In accordance to ordinance 31, we ensure timely commencement of each semester, unit test, semester exam, evaluation and result declaration. ETV Program, e-Content and EDUSAT activity follows strict broadcast-multicast guidelines to deliver educational media content.
2.6.4 Record of collection and analysis of data on student learning outcomes and use it to overcome the barriers to learning: It’s a Continuous process; EMRC Faculty regularly interact with alumni and employers and keep updating course content.
2.6.5 Write up of new technologies deployed by the department in enhancing student learning and evaluation and how does it seek to meet fresh/ future challenges
Complete tapeless digital TV production equipments are installed at EMRC at with the industry. Students get benefit of working on current technology subsequently helps them in industry to occupy first space in less time. Any other information regarding Teaching, Learning and Evaluation which the department would like to include.
Criterion III: Research, Consultancy and Extension
III.1 Year-wises Publications in the department:
* Published proceedings of “Paradigm Shift in Reaching the Unreached” - Use of ICT in Education Seminar held on 6 th & 7thJuly 2009 *Published proceedings of International Convention on “Technology Enabled Learning for Tertiary Education in India” on 6th and 7th August, 2009 at DAVV Indore, with support from UGC and in collaboration with EMMRC, DAVV, Indore. * Abstract publication of 33 Master level dissertations
Abstract publication of 49 Master level dissertations
Abstract publication of 36 Master level dissertations
Abstract publication of 44 Master level dissertations
2013 (till 30.6.13)
Abstract publication of 39 Master level dissertations
* EMRC produces electronic media content based on formative research of relevant area. Following table lists programs produced on the basis of formative research
III.2 Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national / international): N.A.
Research Paper title
Dr. Akhilesh Singh and Narayan Patidar
Published paper on topic “Need, Awareness and Utilization of OpenCourseware Technology in Institutions of Higher Learning in Journal ofSchool of Pedagogical Sciences, Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam.
ISSN 2229-7618 Pedagogics September2011
Monographs: N.A. Chapters in Books: N.A. Edited Books: N.A.
Number listed in International Database (For e.g. Web of Science, Scopus, Humanities International Complete, Dare Database - International Social Sciences Directory, EBSCO host, etc.): ` Nil
Citation Index – range / average : Nil
Impact Factor – range / average : Nil
III.3 List and Records and Details of patents and income generated: Nil III.4 List and Record of Areas of consultancy and income generated: Nil
III.6 List and Record of Faculty selected nationally/internationally to visit other University in India and abroad:
* Dr. Prabhakar Singh presented paper on ‘Film and Media Studies’ at
London Univeristy, UK. III.6 List and Record of Faculty serving in
National committees : *Director, EMRC, Indore is a designated member of Coordination Committee of CEC-UGC, New Delhi
*Dr. A.K. Singh, Member- National Viewership Survey CEC-UGC, New Delhi
International committees :
Editorial Boards : Dr. A.K. Singh is a member DAVV Editorial Board for the Research Proceedings
any other (please specify):
III.7 Research thrust area recognized by funding agencies for the department:
National Viewership Survey - Gyandarshan & Vyas – UGC-CEC , New Delhi Regional Viewership Survey – Gyandarsha & Vyas – UGC-CEC , New Delhi
III.8 Number of faculty with ongoing projects from
a) National : MHRD-NMEICT e-Content Production Projects
b) international funding agencies : Nil
c) Total grants received : #File No. 11
Give the names of the funding agencies and grants received project-wise. #File No. 11
III.9 List and details of Inter-institutional collaborative projects and grants received All India collaboration b) International - Nil
III.10 List and details of Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; UGC-SAP/CAS, DPE; DBT, ICSSR, etc.; total grants received. Nil III.11 List and Details of Research facility / centre with
state recognition : Recognized for training in Research Methods and Statistics
national recognition : Recognized for training in Research Methods and Statistics
international recognition Nil
III.12 List and details of Special research laboratories sponsored by / created by industry or corporate bodies: Nil.
3.1.1 A. Composition of Departmental Research Committee, List of members and minutes of its meeting.
Departmental Research activities are governed and guided by Research Degree Committee in Economics of the University. The Research Degree Committee (RDC) members are
Vice Chancellor – as Chairman
Dean – Engineering Sciences
Board of Studies – Subject Experts
Along with RDC there is Departmental Research Committee for guidance & governance of research in Electronic Media.
B. Records of DRC regarding monitoring and addressing issues related to research #File No. 12
C. Record of DRC recommendations which have been implemented and their impact. #File No. 12 3.1.2 Information of research centers in its affiliated / constituent colleges which are monitored by the DRC of the department : Nil
3.1.3 Details of the:
advanced funds for the sanctioned projects
Department is empowered to utilize the amount sanctioned in the projects through University Accounts
providing seed money
Principal Investigator is fully empowered to utilized his/her project grant as per procedures and rules.
Simplification of procedures related to sanctions / purchases to be made by the investigators
All the purchases related to the projects are done by the Investigators as per University guidelines and rules
Autonomy to the principal investigator/coordinator for utilizing overhead charges
The Principal investigator has full autonomy to utilise the project grant and overhead charges.
Timely release of grants
Project grants are duly released on time.
Timely auditing of projects are done by the University and Audit Department.
3.1.9 A. List and percentage of faculty which have utilized the sabbatical leave for pursuit of higher research in premier institutions within the country and abroad- Nil
3.1.10 A. Details with photographs of national and international conferences organized
#File No. 14
B. List highlighting the names of eminent scientists/scholars who participated in these events
Eminent Scientist, New Delhi
Dr. Tilak R. Kem
Director, Center of Educational Communication, UGC, New Delhi
Dr. Rajendra Mishra
Research Scientist, CEC-UGC, New Delhi
Dr. Shahid Rasool
EMMRC, Srinagar, J&K
3.2 Resource Mobilization for Research
3.2.1 Record of Financial provisions made in the university budget for supporting students’ research projects : Planned for 2013-14
3.2.2 A. Record of special efforts to encourage its faculty to file for patents: Nil B. List of registered and accepted patents. Nil 3.2.3 Details of ongoing research projects of faculty:
3.2.4 A. Record of projects sponsored by the industry/corporate houses: Nil
B. Details such as the name of the project, funding agency and grants received. Nil
3.2.5 A. Details of Department recognition for their research activities by national / international agencies (UGC-SAP, CAS; Department with Potential for Excellence; DST-FIST; DBT, ICSSR, ICHR, ICPR, etc.) and the quantum of assistance received:
Educational Multimedia Research Centre is recognized as Centre of Potential for Excellence by Higher Education Department, Madhya Pradesh in year 2012. B. Record of any two significant outcomes or breakthroughs achieved by this recognition:
Work has started form 2013-14 only. Significant outcome expected in 2014-15
3.2.6 List details of
research projects completed and grants received (funded by National/International agencies):
Inter-institutional collaborative projects and grants received: Nil.
i) All India collaboration
3.3 Research Facilities
3.3.1 A. Infrastructure in the department to facilitate research: Excellent infrastructure exists for research. List of equipments and lab/studio enclosed. (#File No. 15)
B. Strategies have been evolved to meet the needs of researchers in emerging disciplines:
Continuously upgrade infrastructure and equipment. 3.3.2 A. Information and Resources catering to the needs of researchers of the department:
EMRC is fully equipped with production, broadcast and research facility of Electronic Media.
B. Details of the facility. (#File No. 16)
Record of University Science Instrumentation Centre (USIC) facilities been made available to research scholars: USIC facilities available at University Level
Record of provision of residential facilities (with computer and internet facilities) for research scholars, post-doctoral fellows, research associates, summer fellows of various academies and visiting scientists (national/international): University Campus is wi-fi enabled.
3.3.5 Details of Uses of the Facilities of IUC, CAT, NRCS, IIT Indore and other specialized Research Centers for research: Nil.
3.4 Research Publications and Awards
3.4.1 Research journal published, if any, from the department(s)? If yes, indicate the composition of the editorial board, editorial policies and state whether it/they is/are listed in any international database. Nil
3.4.2 Details of publications/paper presentation by the faculty:
Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national / international)
Dr. Prabhakar Singh
*“e-Examination inDistance Education” paper presented in “National Seminar on Testing , Measurement & Evaluation” in Distance Education, Organized by Jabalpur Regional Centre of M.P. Bhoj Open University from 17th to 19th May, 2008. *“ Knowledge Management and ICT” paper presented in National Seminar on “Rethinking the Guru : New Vistas of 21st Century Teaching” Organized by EMRC, St. Xavier’s College Kolkata in collaboration with West Bengal State University, from 9th to 10th July, 2009.
Dr. Akhilesh Singh and Narayan Patidar
*Published paper on topic “Need, Awareness and Utilization of Open Courseware Technology in Institutions of Higher Learning in Journal of School of Pedagogical Sciences, Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam.
Published proceedings of International Convention on “Technology Enabled Learning for Tertiary Education in India” on 6th and 7th August, 2009 at DAVV Indore, with support from UGC and in collaboration with EMMRC, DAVV, Indore.
Dr. Prabhakar Singh
*“Learning from Data” paper presented in International Convention on “Technology Enabled Learning for Tertiary Education in India” Organized by CEC-UGC, New Delhi and DAVV, Indore
Dr. Akhilesh Singh *A study of media habits amongst youth for an effective medium of tertiary education
*Perception Of Youth Towards Blogs And Blogging
Vinita Chuglani, Student, EMRC, Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya, Indore, M.P.
*Preference Towards The Application Of Mobile Phone Technologies
Ankur Mittal, Student, EMRC, Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya, Indore, M.P.
Dr. Chandan Gupta
*Reaction Of Students Towards Video Instructional Material Based On Social Values
Dr. P.Singh, Director, EMRC, Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya, Indore, M.P.
Lalit Ingle *Paper Presentation Sessions organized by Shastri Indo-Canadian Institute, Indian Association for Canadian Studies on the topic - “Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS) – Myth, Implications and Potential as Media Platform”
* Role of New Media in Classroom Teaching inBusiness Schools
*Poster presentation of paper on topic “Awareness of Unicef’s ‘Awaz Do’ Campaign Amongst Internet Users” in International Convention on “Virtual Education: Issues, Challenges and Prospects” held on 24th & 25th February, 2012 at CEC, New Delhi.
*Role of New Media in Classroom Teaching inBusiness Schools
Paper presentation “Effect of Video Instructional Material on Value Clarification” Lalit Ingle
Paper presentation “Future tool for Educational Communication – Viral Video” Narayan Patidar
Paper presentation “Impact of New Media in Classroom teachings”
Co-presenter Divya Prakash Bhagat
Chapters in Books
Books with ISBN with details of publishers
Number listed in International Database (For e.g. Web of Science, Scopus, Humanities International Complete, EBSCO host, etc.)
Citation Index – range / average
Impact Factor – range / average
faculty serving on the editorial boards of national and international journals
Dr. A.K. Singh is member of DAVV Editorial Board for the Research Proceedings
faculty serving as members of steering committees of international conferences recognized by reputed organizations / societies
3.4.4 Details of
research awards received by the faculty and students
national and international recognition received by the faculty from reputed professional bodies and agencies
A. Number of successful M.Phil. and Ph.D. scholars guided per faculty during the last four years:
Dr. Prabhakar Singh
Dr. Chandan Gupta
“Effectiveness of Video Instructional Material for the Development of
Human Values of Undergraduate Students” 2009
Dr. Santosh Chodhary
“Hindi Drishya-Shravya Madhyamo Me Aupanyasik Kritiyo ka Prastutikaran
avam Tulnatmak Vivechan (Sharatchandra ki Naari Kendrit Aupanyasik
Kritiyo Parinita, Devdas, Manjhali Didi avam Biraj Bahu ke Vishesh
Sandarbh mein).” 2012
B. University participate in Shodhganga by depositing the Ph.D. theses with INFLIBNET for electronic dissemination through open access: Yes.
A. Record of Promotion e interdisciplinary research
* Research at EMRC is interdisciplinary in Nature. (#File – list of area and registered scholars)
B. Number of interdepartmental / interdisciplinary research projects undertaken: Nil
C. Mention the number of departments involved in such endeavours: Nil
3.4.8 List of University instituted research awards to the faculty of the Department :
Planned for 2013-14 3.4.9 Details of incentives given to the faculty for receiving state, national and
Planned for 2013-14
3.5.1 Important consultancies undertaken by the department during the last four years.
3.5.2 A. Department participation in university-industry cell:
Departmentactively participate in the Cell activity.
B. If yes, what is its scope and range of activities: Nil.
Record of publicizing the expertise of the department for consultancy services:
Hosted www.dauniv.ac.in 3.6 Extension Activities and Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) 3.6.1 A. Department records of sensitization of faculty and students on its Institutional Social Responsibilities:
1. Induction program of fresher’s student’s organized (25.08.2012). In this program Institutional social responsibilities were also discussed. An oath was also administered to the students.
2. Bharat Ratna Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam message to Youth on June 12, 2013
3. Padamshree Dr. M.S. Sodha lecture on 17.6.13 on ‘Challenges in Higher Education’
B. List the social outreach programmes which have created an impact on students’ campus experience during the last four years.
Environmental Awareness Programmes thorough the development of green campus.
3.6.2 Promotion of neighborhood network and student engagement and holistic development of students and sustained community development?
Students participation is compulsory in social responsibility oriented activity. 3.6.3 Record of participation of the students and faculty in extension activities including participation in NSS, NCC, YRC and other National/ International programmes:
- Blood Donation Camp
- Khan River Cleaning Project
- Environmental Awareness Programme in UTD Campus
3.6.4 Records of tracking the students’ involvement in various social movements / activities which promote citizenship roles:
We have celebrated the following events this year:
Shramdan to generate environmental awareness dated 14.02.2013.
Celebrated “Basant Utsav” (15.02.2013).
Interdepartmental games (from February 28 to March 02, 2013).
Convocation ceremony of University in which School provided Gold medal to the topper students (19.02.2013).
3.6.6 Write up of the values inculcated and skills learnt during extension activities.
Student are more aware surrounding and environmental issues. An improved communication amongst is noticed ultimately leading to cooperation and sharing social responsibilities. 3.6.7 Department community in its outreach activities:
We have constituted number of Departmental Committees having Faculty and students as members. Film Shows, Nukkad Natak and Health Awareness Programs are regularly conducted.
3.6.8 Details of awards received by the institution for extension activities and/contributions to social/community development during the last four years: Nil. 3.7 Collaboration 3.7.1 A. MOU Copies and Record of collaboration with other agencies impacted the visibility, identity and diversity of activities on campus:
EMRC has a FM Radio ‘Gyanvani’ 105.6 FM setup in collaboration with IGNOU
(File- MOU Gyanvani)
B. Record of benefits academically and financially because of collaborations:
Gyanvani 105.6 FM has a reach of 80 KMs around the city and delivers all educational content. It plays educational content 16 Hrs daily.
The department provide opportunity to the students of having on the job training with the help of relationships with industries and business enterprises.
Production House/Channel/Advertising Agency Name
IPAN Hill & Knowlton
Ogilvy & Mather, Mumbai and Delhi
Hungama Digital Media Pvt. Ltd.
Digital Entertainment Content
Suresh Natarajan Studio
Pixion Post Process
Post Production and VFX
RU Films (Ravi Udayavar)
Ad Film Production
Faculty exchange and development:
The department motivates the Faculty to participate in the faculty exchange as well as faculty development program as and when the opportunity comes from other Universities and Colleges.
EMRChas media production and research projects of UGC CEC. The results are been reflected in the various ongoing as well as completed projects for the UGC CEC – Center for Educational Communications.
* Published proceedings of “Paradigm Shift in Reaching the Unreached” - Use of ICT in Education Seminar held on 6 th & 7thJuly 2009
*Published proceedings of International Convention on “Technology Enabled Learning for Tertiary Education in India” on 6th and 7th August, 2009 at DAVV Indore, with support from UGC and in collaboration with EMMRC, DAVV, Indore.
* EMRC produces electronic media content based on formative research of relevant area. Following table represents programs produced on the basis of formative research
EMRC actively participates in non profit consulting assignments for Local and Government bodies in the area of audio-visual production, content development and technical support of broadcasting equipments.
The department is associated with the ASIFA India Indore Chapter and students and faculty are involved in the social activities organised through it. * Student placement:
The department has strong placement cell, does interactions with industries