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POLYTECHNIC IN AGRO-PROCESSING
JUNAGADH

Overview
Gujarat is one of the highly progressive and development conscious states in the country. The agricultural and the industrial development of the state is taking place at a fast rate not only due to the keen interest of the State Government but also due to the progressive and enterprising nature of the people of the state.
The agro products and food processing industry sector is one of the largest in terms of production, consumption, export and growth prospects. The Government has accorded them a high priority, with a number of fiscal relief and incentives to encourage commercialization and value addition to agricultural produce, for minimizing pre/post harvest wastage, generating employment and export growth.
There is need to develop expertise in development of processes and processing equipments for producing value added products, particularly from agro-based sources. It is important that the technologies developed for this purpose must be economically viable so that they not only give additional income to the farmers but also generate additional avenues for generating employment in rural areas, contributing to rural economy.
Moreover, due to Government’s industrial friendly policy and potentiality of food processing industries, many new food units would come in the nearest future. To cater the demand of trained manpower especially in the food processing sector, an institute that prepares such human resource is an urgent need of the hour.
Sensing the importance of agro processing, the Government of Gujarat had sanctioned a Polytechnic in Agro-processing to Junagadh Agricultural University during the year 2008-09 with the intake of 25 students. Accordingly, a Polytechnic in Agro-Processing has started its academic activities from the academic year 2009-10 at Junagadh.
The medium of teaching of this course is English and 10th standard passed students are eligible for admission.
It offers various courses related to agro processing such as Post Harvest Processing of food grains, fruits and vegetables, Drying and Dehydration, Heat and Mass Transfer, Seed Technology, Storage Engineering, Environmental Control Engineering, Physical Properties of Biological Materials, Packaging, Mechanical Engineering, Application of Computer and Food Science etc. to the students. The unique feature of this diploma course is one semester (six months) industrial training. It is mandatory the every students have to under go six months industrial training, as a part of curriculum, preferably in food processing plant, which certainly develop their professional skill and also the entrepreneur outlook.
The primary objective of this three year (six semester) diploma course is to create and nourish a stimulating learning environment that ensures a globally relevant education based on Eternal human values and to provide trained man power to the educational institutes, various departments of Government, NGO and industries engaged in agro processing.
Besides this the institute is also to care the following objectives.
  1. To give exposure to the students in the area of food processing of Cereals, Pulses, Oilseeds, Horticultural crops, Fisheries and Dairy Industries.
  2. To create awareness of post harvest technology and food processing in the Saurashtra region by imparting training to them.
  3. To create importance of value added products.
  4. To train students on assessment of quality and their management of various agricultural products such as Cereals, Pulses, Oilseeds, Fruits and vegetable.
Our Mission 
  1. To be the premier institute providing quality education to the students in order to make them ideal citizens to serve the community, specially the farming community for its enrichment and advancement.
  2. To provide formal & non-formal quality education specially in the field of Processing and Food Engineering to make them better professionals.
  3. To provide best quality trained Technical Man Power to the field of Food Processing Sector of Gujarat State.
  4. To achieve excellence in technical education through continuous upgradation and improvement to contribute to the well being of human kind.
Our Vision
  1. Offering quality education in the Agricultural Process Engineering and related field to produce Technical Manpower as per requirement of Industry and other sectors of employment.
  2. Establishing linkages with industry and farming community for sharing resources for mutual growth and development.
  3. Promoting innovation and development for bringing improvement for technical learning processes and instructional resources development by making use of latest information technical and instructional delivery system.
  4. Promoting self employment and entrepreneurship amongst students.
Faculty Information : 
Name of Principal: Prof. D. M. Vyas
Qualification: M.Tech
Specialization: Agril. Process & Food Engg
Contact: Office: (0285) 2675104
                         (0285) 2672080-90 Ext 474
 
Sr. No
Name & Designation
Qualification
Specialized subject
E-mail
Faculty Staff
1.
Dr. V. K. Chandegara
Assistant Professor
Ph.D.
Agril. Process & Food Engg.
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2.
Prof.  J.N. Nandasana
Assistant Professor
M.Tech.
Agril. Process & Food Engg.
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3.
Prof. P. A. Pandya
Assistant  Professor
M.Tech.
Soil and Water Engineering
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4.
Er. H. G. Monpara
Technical Assistant
B.Tech
Agril. Engineering
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5
Er. P.A. Damor
 Tech. Assistant
M.Tech.
Soil and Water Engineering
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6.
Ms. B. K. Dekivadiya
Lab. Technician
B.Sc.
Home Science
 
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 Associated Faculty
1.
Prof. G.S. Kharadi
Assistant Professor
M.E.
Electrical Engineering
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2.
Prof. D. S. Thanki
Assistant Professor
M.E.
Civil Engineering
 
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3.
Prof. A.L.Vadher
Assistant Prof.
M.Tech.
Farm Power Engineering
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4.
Prof. P. N. Vavaliya
Assistant Professor
M.Tech.
Farm Machinery & Power
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5.
Prof. M. J. Gojiya
Assistant Professor
M. Tech.
Renewable Energy Management
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6.
Prof. S. K. Mandavia
Assistant Professor
M.A.
English
 
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7.
Prof. A.M. Joshi
Assistant Professor
M.Sc.
Microbiology
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8.
Prof. M.B.Kapopara
Asst. Ext. Edu.
M. Sc.      
 (Home Sci)
Food & Nutrition
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10.
Prof. Bansee M. Devani
 Assistant Research scientist
M. Tech.
Agril. Process & Food Engg.
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11.
Er. D.B. Barad
Tech. Assistant
M.B.A.
Agri. Business Management
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12.
Er. K. G. Vaja
Tech. Assistant
M.Tech.
Renewable Energy Management
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Academic : 
 
Semester-wise Subjects Offered
First Semester
Course No.
Subject
Credit
Hour
Theory
Practical
AP101
Mathematics-I
3
3
-
AP102
Engineering Mechanics
3
2
1
AP103
Introduction to Food Engineering
3
2
1
AP104
Language and Communication Skill
2
2
-
AP105
Engineering Drawing and Graphics
2
1
1
AP106
Basic Civil Engineering
3
2
1
AP107
Basic Mechanical Engineering
2
1
1
AP108
General Chemistry
2
1
1
AP109
NCC/NSS/Physical Education*
-
-
-
Total
20
14
6
         * Non credit course
Second Semester
Course No.
Subject
Credit
Hour
Theory
Practical
AP201
Mathematics-II
2
2
-
AP202
Fluid Mechanics
3
2
1
AP203
Food Chemistry
2
1
1
AP204
Basic Microbiology
2
1
1
AP205
Food Engineering & Thermodynamics
3
2
1
AP206
Computer Application
2
1
1
AP207
Food Nutrition and Biochemistry
3
2
1
AP208
Machine Design
3
1
2
AP209
NCC/NSS/ Physical Education*
-
-
-
Total
20
12
8
         * Non credit course
Third Semester
Course No.
Subject
Credit
Hour
Theory
Practical
AP301
Food Engineering Unit Operation
3
2
1
AP302
Refrigeration and Air conditioning
3
2
1
AP303
Electronics and Instrumentation
2
1
1
AP304
Bio-waste Management & Renewable Energy
3
3
-
AP305
Process Equipment Design
3
3
-
AP306
Technology of Food Grains
3
2
1
AP307
Food Rheology and Sensory Evaluation
2
2
-
Total
19
15
4
Fourth Semester :
Sr. No.
Subject
Credit
Hour
Theory
Practical
AP401
Post Harvest Engineering of Cereals, Pulses & Oilseeds
3
2
1
AP402
Seed Technology and Processing
3
2
1
AP403
Environmental Control Engineering
3
2
1
AP404
Post Harvest Engineering of Horticultural Crops
3
2
1
AP405
Statistics
2
2
-
AP406
Food Plant Management
3
2
1
AP407
Packaging Technology
2
2
-
Total
19
14
5
Firth Semester :
Sr.No.
Subject
Credit
Hour
Theory
Practical
AP501
Dairy and Food Engineering
3
2
1
AP502
Bakery and Confectionary
3
2
1
AP503
Entrepreneurship
3
3
-
AP504
Food Standard and Quality Assurance
3
2
1
AP505
Technical Report Writing
2
2
-
AP506
Elective - I
3
2
1
AP507
Elective - II
3
2
1
Total
20
15
5
Sixth Semester :
Sr.
No.
Subject
Credit
Hour
Theory
Practical
AP600
Industrial Training & Experience
20
-
20
Total
20
-
20
Elective : 
  1. MEAT AND POULTRY TECHNOLOGY
  2. FISH TECHNOLOGY
  3. SUGAR TECHNOLOGY
  4. GREN HOUSE TECHNOLOGY
  5. STORAGE TECHNOLOGY 
TOTAL CREDIT    = 118 
Statement - B

Semester and Subject wise distribution of credit hours

Sr. No.
Subjects
Distribution of Credit  Hours in Various Semesters
I
II
III
IV
V
VI
1.
 Mathematics-I
3
 
-
-
-
-
2.
 Engineering Mechanics
3
 
-
-
-
-
3.
 Introduction to Food Engineering
3
-
-
-
-
-
4.
 Language and Communication Skill
2
-
-
-
-
-
5.
 Engineering Drawing and Graphics
2
-
-
-
-
-
6.
 Basic Civil Engineering
3
-
-
-
-
-
7.
 Basic Mechanical Engineering
2
 
-
-
-
-
8.
 General Chemistry
2
 
-
-
-
-
9.
 Mathematics-II
-
2
-
-
-
-
10.
 Fluid Mechanics
-
3
-
-
-
-
11.
 Food Chemistry
-
2
-
-
-
-
12.
 Basic Microbiology
-
2
 
-
-
-
13.
 Food Engineering & Thermodynamics
-
3
 
-
-
-
14.
 Computer Application
-
2
 
-
-
-
15.
 Food Nutrition and Biochemistry
-
3
 
 
-
-
16.
 Machine Design
-
3
 
-
-
-
17.
 Food Engineering unit operation
-
-
3
-
-
-
18.
 Refrigeration and Air conditioning
-
-
3
-
-
-
19.
 Electronics and Instrumentation
-
-
2
 
-
-
20.
 Bio-waste Management & Renewable Energy
-
-
3
 
-
-
21.
 Process Equipment Design
-
-
3
 
-
-
22.
 Technology of Food Grains
-
-
3
 
-
-
23.
 Food Rheology and Sensory Evaluation
-
-
2
 
-
-
24.
 Post Harvest Engineering of Cereals, Pulses &  Oilseeds
-
-
-
3
-
-
25.
 Seed Technology and Processing
-
-
-
3
 
-
26.
 Environmental Control Engineering
-
-
-
    3
 
-
27.
 Post Harvest Engineering of Horticultural  Crops
-
-
-
3
 
-
28.
 Statistics
-
-
-
2
 
-
29.
 Food Plant Management
-
-
-
3
 
-
30.
 Packaging Technology
-
-
-
2
 
-
31.
 Dairy and food Engineering
 
 
-
-
3
-
32.
 Bakery and Confectionary
 
 
 
 
3
 
33.
 Entrepreneurship
 
 
 
 
3
 
34.
 Food Standard and Quality  Assurance
 
 
 
 
3
 
35.
 Technical Report Writing
 
 
 
 
2
 
36.
 Elective -I
 
 
 
 
3
 
37.
 Elective-II
 
 
 
 
3
 
38.
 Industrial Training and Experience
 
 
 
 
 
20
39..
 NCC/NSS/Phy. Edu.
-
-
-
-
-
 
Total
20
20
19
19
20
20
 
Passed Out Students
1st Batch
Passed Out in July-2012

Sr. No.
Name of the student
Registration  No.
1
ATARA BHOOMIKABEN BHARATBHAI
JP2-0001-2009
2
BHALANI ABHAY RASIKBHAI
JP2-0002-2009
3
BHALANI KEVINKUMAR RASIKLAL
JP2-0003-2009
4
CHARANIYA PINKAL BABUBHAI
JP2-0004-2009
5
CHAUHAN DEEPABEN KANJEEBHAI
JP2-0005-2009
6
CHAUHAN RAHUL VAJUBHAI
JP2-0006-2009
7
CHAUHAN REKHABEN MANSINGBHAI
JP2-0007-2009
8
KHER ROHITKUMAR MERAGSINH
JP2-0013-2009
9
KUCHA VISHAL VALLABHBHAI
JP2-0014-2009
10
MAKAVANA JAGUBHAI MASARIBHAI
JP2-0015-2009
11
NAMASA SANJAYKUMAR BABULAL
JP2-0016-2009
12
PARMAR NAYANBHAI GOVINDBHAI
JP2-0017-2009
13
RANINGA JIGNESHBHAI CHANDULAL
JP2-0018-2009
14
RATHOD NAYANKUMAR VINULAL
JP2-0019-2009
15
SOLANKI RAVIRAJ DAYALAL
JP2-0020-2009
16
SOLANKI SHAILESHKUMAR DEVSIBHAI
JP2-0021-2009
17
TANK HITESHKUMAR MANSUKHLAL
JP2-0023-2009
18
VAJA VIDHI GIRISHCHANDRA
JP2-0025-2009
19
VASOYA JAYVANTKUMAR VINODBHAI
JP2-0026-2009
2nd Batch
Passed Out in July-2013
Sr. No.
Name of the student
Registration  No.
1
BAKU RAJA DEVSI
JP2-0028-2010
2
BAMBHANIY DILIPKUMAR VARAJANGBHAI
JP2-0030-2010
3
BLOCH NILOFAR SAFEEMAHMAD
JP2-0031-2010
4
CHAUHAN DIVYESHKUMAR DINESHBHAI
JP2-0032-2010
5
DANGODARA ALPESH PANCHABHAI
JP2-0034-2010
6
DODIA HARESH RAMBHAI
JP2-0035-2010
7
JOTVA DINESH RAMBHAI
JP2-0036-2010
8
KAMALIYA KANABHAI NATHABHAI
JP2-0037-2010
9
LADANI YAGNIKKUMAR PARSHOTAMBHAI
JP2-0040-2010
10
MALAM SANJAY BACHUBHAI
JP2-0041-2010
11
NAKUM MILANKUMAR GOGANBHAI
JP2-0042-2010
12
NAKUM PRAFULKUMAR DEVABHAI
JP2-0043-2010
13
PARMAR VISHAKHA KHIMAJIBHAI
JP2-0046-2010
14
RATHOD PARUL KHIMJIBHAI
JP2-0049-2010
15
SAU DINESHKUMAR LAKHMANBHAI
JP2-0050-2010
16
SHINGALA ASHISHKUMAR JAMANBHAI
JP2-0051-2010
17
SHIR SURESH DEVABHAI
JP2-0052-2010
18
SOLANKI JINALBEN RASIKLAL
JP2-0053-2010
19
SOLANKI MAHESH NARANBHAI
JP2-0054-2010
20
VADALIYA SADHANABEN BHIMABHAI
JP2-0057-2010
21
VADHER RAMESHBHAI  NATHUBHAI
JP2-0058-2010
22
VALA RAKESH BHIMSHIBHAI
JP2-0059-2010
23
VISANA RAJESH CHHAGANBHAI
JP2-0060-2010
24
VAJA SONALBEN MULUBHAI
JP2-0024-2009
3rd Batch
Passed Out in July-2014
Sr.No.
Name of the student
Registration No.
1
Bakali Samad Anish                          
JP2-0061-2011
2
Balas NIleshkumar Bheekhubhai   
JP2-0062-2011
3
Barad Sanjaykumar Devsibhai      
JP2-0063-2011
4
Bathavar Kaushikkumar Najabhai    
JP2-0064-2011
5
Chariya Praful Parbatbhai              
JP2-0068-2011
6
Chariya Sanjay Bachubhai              
JP2-0069-2011
7
Chavada Kaushikkumar Bhagavanjibhai 
JP2-0070-2011
8
Damor Sejalben Prakashbhai                
JP2-0071-2011
9
Gohil Rahulbhai Babubhai             
JP2-0073-2011
10
Hathila Pragnaben Narvatbhai              
JP2-0074-2011
11
Jotva Rameshbhai Mensibhai
JP2-0076-2011
12
Kamani Bhavesh Pragji                    
JP2-0077-2011
13
KANERIYA JEKILKUMAR DHIRAJLAL
JP2-0078-2011
14
Katharotiya Krunal Mukeshbhai   
JP2-0080-2011
15
Korat DIpaliben Nitinbhai              
JP2-0081-2011
16
Makvana Kishan Manojbhai           
JP2-0082-2011
17
Maradiya Ashruti Bhagavanjibhai  
JP2-0083-2011
18
Odedara Heenaben Jivabhai             
JP2-0084-2011
19
Odedra Sonal Rinabhai                   
JP2-0086-2011
20
Patel KrishnabAHen Ranjitbhai                   
JP2-0087-2011
21
Ram Ankitaben Amrabhai              
JP2-0088-2011
22
Rathod Disha Bhagvanjibhai         
JP2-0089-2011
23
Sarvani Anjumkhan Abbaskhan        
JP2-0091-2011
24
Sevara Shitalben Haradasbhai      
JP2-0092-2011
25
Vasaiya Ronakben Malsingbhai
JP2-0093-2011
26
ASODARIYA MAYABEN HARESHBHAI
JP2-0027-2010
27
DAMOR KAPEELABEN KALSINGBHAI
JP2-0033-2010
28
KAMANI NIKHILKUMAR KISHORBHAI
JP2-0038-2010
29
KUKADIYA BHARAT HARSUKHBHAI
JP2-0039-2010
30
NANDANIYA DILIPKUMAR VASABHAI
JP2-0044-2010
31
NANDANIYA HIRENKUMAR GOVINDBHAI
JP2-0045-2010
32
RATHOD KINJALBEN DEVRAJBHAI
JP2-0048-2010
4th Batch
Passed Out in July-2015
Sr. No.
Name of the student
Registration No.
1
AMBECHADA URMILABAHEN JAYNTIBHAI
JP2-0094-2012
2
BORSANIA ARZU MAHENDRABHAI
JP2-0095-2012
3
CHUDASAMA KINJALBEN ARAJANBHAI
JP2-0096-2012
4
CHUDASAMA MEHUL HIRABHAI
JP2-0097-2012
5
DHARMIK SHUKLA
JP2-0098-2012
6
GARACHAR KAJAL KALABHAI
JP2-0099-2012
7
GOR SHRUTI BHAVESHBHAI
JP2-0100-2012
8
GUNJARIA MITALBEN PRABHUDAS
JP2-0101-2012
9
HEDPARA JEELKUMAR NARESHBHAI
JP2-0102-2012
10
JARSANIYA DHRUVKUMAR MANOJBHAI
JP2-0104-2012
11
JIGNESHKUMAR VAJA
JP2-0105-2012
12
KACHA SEJALBEN MAHESHBHAI
JP2-0106-2012
13
KACHHOT AJAYBHAI RAMSINHBHAI
JP2-0107-2012
14
KAPADIYA GOPAL VITTHALBHAI
JP2-0109-2012
15
PARMAR ARJUN RANMALBHAI
JP2-0111-2012
16
PARMAR DARSHAN SHAILESHBHAI
JP2-0112-2012
17
PARMAR PREMJI BHIKHABHAI
JP2-0113-2012
18
PATEL SUNANDABEN DHANJIBHAI
JP2-0114-2012
19
RATHOD KAMALABEN KADUBHAI
JP2-0117-2012
20
SAVALIYA KRUPALI MUKESHBHAI
JP2-0120-2012
21
SORATHIYA PRASHANT BHIKHUBHAI
JP2-0122-2012
22
VORA CHIRAG KISHORBHAI
JP2-0125-2012
23
ZANKAT KISHANKUMAR MERUBHAI
JP2-0126-2012
24
KARMUR SHAILESH BATUKBHAI               
JP2-0079-2011
25
BHOYA JIGNESHKUMAR SHILPUBHAI
JP2-0066-2011
26
BHUTIYA RAKESHKUMAR KARSANBHAI       
JP2-0067-2011
5th Batch
Passed Out in July-2016
Sr. No.
Name of Student
Registration No.
1
BARAD RAJEEBEN HARADASBHAI
JP2-0127-2013
2
CHANDERA VAISHALIBEN MENSIBHAI
JP2-0128-2013
3
CHANDRAVADIYA PRIYANKA HARDAS
JP2-0129-2013
4
CHHATVANI RONAK SHYAMLAL
JP2-0130-2013
5
DARSHAL SANJAYBHAI VITHALANI
JP2-0131-2013
6
DHRAMANCHOTIYA SANJAY ARJANBHAI
JP2-0132-2013
7
DOBARIYA RIDHDHIBEN CHHAGANBHAI
JP2-0133-2013
8
GAMETI HEMANGINIBEN MAHENDRABHAI
JP2-0134-2013
9
HATHALIYA SHYAMKUMAR PUNJABHAI
JP2-0139-2013
10
JORA RESHMABEN HARDASBHAI
JP2-0140-2013
11
KACHA RAVIKUMAR VALLABHBHAI
JP2-0142-2013
12
KADECHA DHRUV HARSHADBHAI
JP2-0143-2013
13
KATHAD PRITI  JAGDISHBHAI
JP2-0144-2013
14
KORAT ARPIT JAYSUKHBHAI
JP2-0145-2013
15
MEGHNATHI MAYURGIRI KANTIGIRI
JP2-0146-2013
16
NANDANIYA JITENDRA ARJAN
JP2-0148-2013
17
PAMPANIYA RAHULBHAI KALABHAI
JP2-0149-2013
18
PANERA MITAL RANMALBHAI
JP2-0150-2013
19
PRIYAM OJASBHAI THAKRAR
JP2-0151-2013
20
RAM VIJAYKUMAR KARSHANBHAI
JP2-0152-2013
21
RATHOD DAMINI JAYANTIBHAI
JP2-0153-2013
22
SATANI JATINKUMAR HASMUKHBHAI
JP2-0154-2013
23
SOLANKI NIKUNJKUMAR NAVINBHAI
JP2-0155-2013
24
SONIGRA ANKIT NATAVARLAL
JP2-0156-2013
25
SUHAGIYA JATISH RAMESHBHAI
JP2-0157-2013
26
THEBA TABBUBEN YUSUFBHAI
JP2-0158-2013
27
VADALIYA DIXITA HARSHUKHBHAI
JP2-0159-2013
28
PITHADIA DHARABEN NALINBHAI
JP2-0115-2012
29
VANIYA RAHUL GOVINDBHAI
JP2-0124-2012
30
RAVALIYA DARPAN LAXMANBHAI
JP2-0118-2012
6th Batch
Passed Out in July-2017
Sr. No.
Name of the Students
 
Registration No.
 
1
BAROT SAGARKUMAR SANJAYBHAI
JP2-0162-2014
2
BHADARAKA KAJALBEN DEVABHAI
JP2-0163-2014
3
BHARDA PRIYANKABEN MANSUKHBHAI
JP2-0164-2014
4
CHAVDA BANSI DINESHBHAI  
JP2-0165-2014
5
CHUDASAMA MEHUL MANSUKHBHAI
JP2-0167-2014
6
DAMOR SONALBEN BHAVSINGBHAI
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DAVE POOJABEN ANILBHAI
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DHANDHLYA GAURAVKUMAR VIJAYBHAI
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DOBARIYA VAISHALIBEN DILIPBHAI
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GEVARIYA BHOOMIBEN NAGJIBHAI
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GOHEL VIPULKUMAR MANOJBHAI
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JOTVA VISHAL RAMBHAI
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MARADIYA PREET BHAGAVANJIBHAI
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MEGHANATHI KRUSHIBEN KAMLESHGIRI
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NANERA JYOTIBEN PARABATBHAI
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OZA ADITYA DHIRAJLAL
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PANSERIYA AARATIBEN PARSOTAM
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PARMAR AJAY ASHOKBHAI
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RADADIYA SAGAR RAMESHBHAI
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RAM ASHOKKUMAR VEJANANDBHAI
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SARVADI RUBINA KADARSHA
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SONIGRA ASHISH KANTILAL  
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TRAMBADIYA PARTH  VRAJLAL
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EXAMINATION SYSTEM :

Examination
Weightage
(%)
Duration
(hours)
A.   Courses having theory only
(i)
Internal examination
(Two tests of equal weightage) 
50
1
(ii)
Semester end examination
50
2
B.   Courses having practical only
(i)
Internal examination
(Practical exam. after second hourly)
50
3*
(ii)
Semester end practical examination
50
3*
C.   Courses having theory and practical
(i)
Internal examination
 
 
(a)
Two tests of equal weightage
20
1
(ii)
One Practical examination
(after second hourly)
40
3*
(iii)
Semester end examination
 
 
(a)
Theory examination
40
2
* Duration of examination may vary depending upon nature of practical
The sequence of internal and semester end examination shall be as follow:
(i) Courses having theory only:
The sequence shall be first test, second test and semester end examination.
(ii) Courses having practical only:
The sequence shall be internal practical examination after second hourly and semester end practical examination.
(iii) Courses having theory and practical:
The sequence shall be first test, second test and one practical examination after second hourly and semester end theory examination.
Distribution of marks:
I. Theory (Internal and Semester End Examination)
(i) Objective type of questions    :   60%
(ii) Subjective type of questions  :   40%
II. Practical
(A) Practical Exam:
(i)   Specimen /Written                 :   60%
(ii)  Oral                                       :   20%
(iii) Journal                                   :   10%
(iv) Practical work                        :   10% 
Each of the courses shall be of 100 marks (Theory and practical combined). The score secured by candidate out of a total of 100 marks in a course shall be converted to equivalent grade under 10.00 point system, to represent the grade point for that course. 
Grade
Significance
Remarks
4.50 and above
Pass
--
Below 4.50
Fail
--
Ab
Absent
For those who do not appear at semester end examination due to unforeseen circumstances as certified by the Dean/Principal (in very exceptional cases only).
I
Incomplete
Candidates not permitted to appear at the semester end examination.
W
Withdrawn
For those who do not appear at semester end examination due to unforeseen circumstances as certified by the Principal / Dean (in very exceptional cases only)
R
Repeat
To be shown by university in evaluation report and transcript in case of course repeated and cleared.
S
Satisfactory
For intensive, field work, plot work, non-credit courses and study tour.
US
Unsatisfactory

 

Overall Grade Point Average
Class
7.50 and above
First Class with Distinction
6.50 to 7.49
First Class
6.00 to 6.49
Second Class
4.50 to 5.99
Pass class
Less than 4.50
Fail
 
Other Activities
STUDENT COUNSELLING AND PLACEMENT :
A separate student counseling and Placement cell with a convener to look after the counseling activities is created. The cell is offering the guidance to the students on various aspects like preparation for examinations, employment, entrepreneurship, their day to day problems etc. Presently, Principal is looking the activities of the cell. Talks and lectures on the related topics are arranged for the benefits of students.
NSS ACTIVITIES :
From the academic year 2010-11, a NSS unit with the 25 swayam Sevak for Special Activities and 50 for Regular Activities is sanctioned. Presently, the NSS unit has 50 swayam Sevak for Special Activities and 100 for Regular Activities. Under the Regular Activities various programmes like Cleanliness drive around hostel and campus, painting competition, Celebration of various days Thalassamia Test, Blood Donation, Tree plantation etc. is being carried out. While under the Special Activities a seven day is organized at village. During the camp farmers discussion meeting, Home Science camp and demonstration for making bakery, fruits product preservation, environment awareness, rally on save girls, village street sanitation under Swachha Bharat Mission, painting on conservation of earth, Leadership Development, Agricultural information to farmers during field visit, Cultural Programme to highlight social evil, illiteracy etc. are organized.
SPORTS AND EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES:
A well developed Gymkhana Ground including Indoor stadium is situated on the campus. A separate gymkhana unit of the college is having sports facilities of various outdoor and indoor games. The students are allowed to play the game of their interest with these facilities during the non teaching hours. The Inter polytechnics (of JAU) games is also organised once during the year.
CREATION OF STDB (STUDENTS TALENT DISPLAY BOARD) :
For the overall development of the students, a notice board is spared which serves as a platform to display the inherent talent of the students in the form of writing poem, jokes, drawings posters, cartoon, presentation of the compilation of good works or quotations of well known authors, etc. A competition is also oraganised every year in different categories of the displayed material to select first three displayed entries, judged by relevant personalities in each category.
CREATION OF INTERACTIVE CLUB:
A club to undertake various activities leading to personality development of the students is established. The intra semester followed by inter semester General Knowledge Quiz Contest are organized. The response from the students was encouraging. Attractive prizes to the winners are also distributed. The Group Discussion amongst the student on Moral value and spirituality are held regularly 

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