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Swami Vivekanand Central Library

About Library

Infrastructure Facilities

Seating capacity of the Library :250 Students

Reprography Facility :Available

Working hours of Library :9.00 AM to 7.00 PM

Internet Facility : Available

Total user of Library :1500 (apporx)

Digital Library

20 Computers available for user to accessing e-journals and study Material in library and 07 for office use. All library is on WiFi and on surveillance with CCTV.

Library Software

e-Granthalaya 3.0 library management software with OPAC facility and Library is on RFID system.

Link for On Line e-Journals https://ascelibrary.org/

Link for On Line ASME Journals https://asmedigitalcollection.asme.org/

 

Library Software Link to Access :- On Line S.V.C Digital Library.

Library Area

S.No Infastracture Carpet Area
1 Stack Room 275 Sq.m.
2 Reading Hall 225 Sq.m.
3 Book Bank 125 Sq.m.
4 Digital Library 23 Sq.m.
5 Other Area 275 Sq.m.
6 Conference Hall Area 343 Sq.m.
Total Area 1266 Sq.m.

Library Staff

S.No Name Qualification Experience (In years)
1 Mrs. Suman Singh M.A. (Political), M.L.I.S 14
2 Mr. Shashank Mehrish BA (Hons.), MA, M.L.I.S 22
3 Mr. Arvind Jadam UGC-NET(Lib. & Inf. Sci.), M.L.I.S, M.Com 12
4 Mr. Babu Lal Faroda(Library Clerk) M.A., MLIS, ITI, RSCIT 10

List of News Papers subscribed in Library

S.No Name Language Frequency
1 Dainik Bhaskar Hindi Daily
2 Dainik Navjyoti
3 Rajasthan Patrika
4 Rashtra Dooth
5 Hindustan Times English
6 Times of India
7 The Economics Times
8 The Financial Express
9 The Hindu
10 Employment News Weekly

NUMBERS OF BOOKS (SUBJECT WISE)

(a) Library Books for U.G. Course (B.Tech.)
S.No Subject No. of titles No. of Books
1 Mechanical 226 2140
2 Electronics 365 2479
3 Electrical 258 1811
4 Computer/IT 457 2546
5 English 84 660
6 Mathematics 111 758
7 Chemistry 74 342
8 Physics 198 637
9 Reference 390 417
10 Novel and Other Books 259 483
11 TEQIP-II 246 1000
12 TEQIP-III 66 483
Grand Total 2734 13756
(b)Library Books for P.G. Course (MBA & MCA).)
S.No Subject No. of titles No. of Books
1 Management 374 973
2 MCA 460 355
Grand Total 834 1328
(c) Book Bank Books for U.G. Course (B.Tech.).
S.No Subject No. of titles No. of Volumes
1 Mechanical 09 842
2 Electrical/Electronics 112 6284
3 Computer/IT 60 4004
4 English 10 1156
5 Mathematics 26 2720
6 Chemistry 22 1319
7 Physics 11 1117
8 SC/ST Book Bank 40 1120
Grand Total 290 18562
(d) Book Bank Books for P.G. Course (MBA & MCA).
S.No Subject No. of titles No. of Volumes
1 Management 44 1163
2 MCA 19 757
Grand Total 63 1920
(e) Total Books in Central Library.
S.No Book Status U.G. Course P.G. Course Total
1 Library Books 13756 1328 15084
2 Book Bank Books 21266 1920 23186
3 SC/ST Book Bank 01120 --- 01120
3 Book from CEG, Jaipur 1604 --- 1604
Grand Total 40994
(f) Status of Library as up to 01.01.2020.
1 Number of Books ordered --
2 Number of Books purchased up to 1.02.2023 --
3 Number of books returned/not supplied --
4 Balance as on 01.01.2023 (1-3) --
(g) List of periodicals/Journals/Magazine subscribed for the year 2022-23.
S.No Name of periodicals/Journals/Magazine Journals/Magazine
1

ASCEURL :https://ascelibrary.org

Online Journals
2 ASMEURL :http://asmedigitalcollection.asme.org
3 Jr. of Comm. Engg. And Its Innovations
4 Jr. of Mechanical & Machine Engg.
5 Jr. of Com. Sci. Engg. & Software Testing
6
Current Trends in Signal processing
7 Jr. of Comm. Engg. And System
8 Jr. of Com. Tech. & Applications
9 Inter. Jr. of Thermal Energy & Applications
10 Inter. Jr. of Production Engg.
11 Inter. Jr. of Industrial Engg. And Design
12 Inter. Jr. of Manufacturing and Material Processing
13 Inter. Jr. of Pollution and Noise Control
14 Inter. Jr. of Mechanics of Design
15 Inter. Jr. of Com. Aided Manufacturing
16 Inter. Jr. of I.C. Engines and Gas Turbines
17 Resonance
18 Indian Society for Technical Education
19 Current Science
20 University News
21 Sport star Magazine
22 Frontline
23 Pratiyogita Garpan (Hindi)
24 Digit
25 Pratiyogita Darpan (English)
26 PC Quest
27 Yog Sandesh (Hindi)
28 Electronics For You
29 Competition Success Review
30 Data Quest
31 India Today (English)
32 India Today (Hindi)

One of the key contributors to intensive and effective learning experience is the living conditions of the students. The institute provides hostel accommodation for girls. Girls' hostels hired by Engineering College Ajmer Society  ensure privacy and homely atmosphere. The  rooms are neat and clean, spacious, airy and well ventilated with sufficient number of toilets and bathrooms. The well balanced nutritious vegetarian food prepared in the kitchen is served in hygienic conditions. The hostels ensure congenial atmosphere for academic development of the students.

FORMALITIES TO BE COMPLETED BEFORE JOINING THE HOSTEL

Students opting for the hostel are required to fill and deposit following forms:

1. FORM A – Hostel form for accommodation in Hostel to be filled by parents along with list of visitors to the hostel, persons with whom students may go out, (with their photographs and telephone numbers), who would act as the local guardians.

2. FORM B- A Medical Certificate regarding medical history etc. signed by the Chief Medical Officer. Any pre existing allergy or deformities is to be reported at the time of taking the hostel.

3. FORM C-Undertaking by Parents/Guardian. Kindly note that only those persons will be allowed to become local guardians who are employed and live in a family environment. No student will be allowed to become a local guardian.

CODE OF CONDUCT

HOSTEL ROOM AND HOSTEL PREMISES

1. Students should keep hostel and bathroom clean. They themselves should remain neat and tidy.

2. Student shall take proper care of the furniture and fixtures handed over to him/her. In case of damage or disfigurement of any of the hostel property, they have to pay the cost & fine, as fixed by the Warden.

3. Student shall be herself responsible to take care of her personal belongings in the hostel and in case of any loss of or damage to such personal belongings; the Institute and the hostel authorities will not be responsible for any kind of compensation or otherwise.

4. Student in case of falling sick or any sort of infections, diseases or personal injury or otherwise, shall inform the hostel authorities and her parents instantly.

5. Student shall herself take precautions against insect-bites, snake- bites, animal-bites and such other infections and diseases, for minor injuries and ailments, a first-aid box is available with the Hostel Superviser.

6. Student shall take due care of the bathrooms and taps and shall not allow them to run to wast.e

7. Students shall switch off the lights and fans in their rooms every time they go out and shall take precautions to economize electricity consumption.

8. The hostel authorities have the right to enter and inspect the rooms at any time, even in the absence of students.

HOSTEL MESS

1. Hostel mess is compulsory and under no circumstances, private preparation of food in their respective rooms shall be permitted. Nobody is allowed to take the Mess food inside the Room.

2. Students are not allowed to take any crockery, cutlery or any other things from dining hall.

3. All meal must be taken in dining hall at the proper timing. Meal timings are as follows: (Subject to change according to season/college timings/examinations) . Breakfast: 7:30am to 9:00am Lunch: as per time tableTea: 4:30pm to 5:00pm Dinner: 7:00pm to 8:30pm

4. Hostel mess is compulsory and under no circumstances, private preparation of food in their respective rooms shall be permitted. Nobody is allowed to take the Mess food inside the Room.

5. Students are not allowed to take any crockery, cutlery or any other things from dining hall.

6. All meal must be taken in dining hall at the proper timing. Meal timings are as follows: (Subject to change according to season/college timings/examinations) .

ITEMS REQUIRED TO BE BROUGHT BY THE STUDENTS AT THE TIME OF ADMISSION IN THE HOSTE
Sr.no Item Quantity
1. Bed Sheets 2
2. Mattress 1
3. Quilt for winter 1
4. Bed linen 2
5. Pillow 1
6. Pillow covers 2
7. Bucket & Plastic Mug 1
8. Blanket 1
9. Toiletries --
10. First Aid Box --
11. Curtain 1 size (4*6)
12. Lock & Keys 2
13. Photo (passport size) 4
14. Medical Certificate 1 for hostel only
15. Passport size photo of those who may come to meet and take her out of campus college  

16.

registration form of hostel (available on college website)  
17. Undertaking for hostel (available on college website)  
18. Category certificate ( if applicable)  
19. Vaccination certificate  
ITEMS/FORMS REQUIRED TO BE BROUGHT BY THE STUDENTS AT THE TIME OF REPORTING IN THE HOSTEL
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We believe that a clean, green and a pollution free environment offer a perfect backdrop for an effective learning experience. We have therefore left no stone unturned in the development of a green ecosystem in the campus to provide enrichment to the mind, heart and soul of our young technocrats.

Mahila Engineering College is conscious and continuously committed to the environmental issues with regard to protection, conservation and sustenance of natural resources. College has an eco-friendly campus which is favoured by the topography, adequate rainfall and climatic conditions resulting in rich biodiversity in the campus with its natural flora and fauna. All the roads within theCollege campusare therefore adorned with trees of medicinal importance bearing emerald green leaves and beautiful flowers to create a homogenous feeling amongst everyone within the campus. Renewable energy resources such as Solar panels, that are placed on the rooftops of various campus buildings, build up a storehouse of energy during the daytime. This energy is used to provide the light and hot water in the hostel.

The institute was awarded with District Green Champion for Ajmer district for the academic year 2020-21 by the Mahatma Gandhi national council of rural education.

In a move to spread environmental awareness ECO CLUB has been constituted at Mahila Engineering college, Ajmer to empower the stake holders to participate and take up meaningful environmental activities and projects. The club aims at propagating the importance of keeping the environment clean and working towards environmental conservation and sustainable development. It is a forum through which students can reach out to influence and engage the stake holders of the college to promote environmental and climate literacy and sensitize them to imbibe habits and life style for minimum waste generation and maintaining green campus as culture.

The following activities have been organized to empower students to explore environmental concepts and actions beyond the confines of academic curriculum.
1. Dustbin Making Competition on the theme Reuse, Recycle and Reinvent for a greener tomorrow on 09/04/2019
2. Logo Making Competition on 03/09/2019.
3. Essay writing competition on topic Plastic Waste Free India on 02/10/2019.
4. Cleanliness drive on the theme Plastic Waste Free India on 02/10/2019.
5. Mega Quiz Competition on 05/10/2019.
6. Quiz Competition on 07/02/2020.
7. Slogan Writing competition on 8/6/2021.
8. one day online workshop on PLASTIC TO ECOBRICKS on 21/02/21.
9. Group Discussion on environmental awareness on 13/01/2022.
10. A story telling through play competition was organized by the eco club of our college on 7/4/2022. The theme of the competition was Jal Shakti Abhiyan: Catch the rain 2022-where it falls,when it falls,as per the campaign implemented by the Jal Shakti Ministry, Government of India.The aim of this Abhiyan is to create awareness and bring together all stakeholders in a mass movement to conserve, recharge water and promote rainwater harvesting, renovation of traditional and other water bodies/tanks and watershed development.
11. Expert lecture on the topic Save soil movement on 18/5/2022.
12. Regular Plantation drive

Sr.no Name of Employee Responsiblity Email Mobile
1. Dr. Seema Maheshwari (Commonwealth Splitsite Research Scholar (INCN-2009-46) Nodal Officer seemamaheshwari@gweca.ac.in> 9461018404
2. Mr. Gaurav Gupta Asst. Nodal Officer seemamaheshwari@gweca.ac.in> 9461018404

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Foreigners often remark India is a land of temples, shrines and scared places. With the history of India are interwined many stories are religious, legendary and social. Right from Kashmir to Kerala, we come across many temples of gods and goddesses. Our renowned college also have a temple in its vibrant campus named,'Eklinga Mahadev Temple'. Inside the temple there are statues of entire Ram darbar, Lord krishna and Balaji and portrait of goddess Durga. The temple also has Shivalinga right in the center. Sri Lingashtakam is a popular 8-canto hymn chanted during the worship of lord Shiva. Durga puja is also celebrated in the temple. As per Hindu scriptures, the festival marks the victory of the goddess Durga in her battle against the shape shifting asura, Mahishasura. Durga puja is an old tradition of Hinduism, though its exact origions are unclear. The Ram Darbar is a representation of Lord Rama's court. Lord Rama, Goddess Sita, and the monkey king Sugriva are represented here. Each of these gods has a unique and powerful symbol that can be placed in any room of the house to help protect the home from harm and negativity. Pujas are performed. This sacred place hums with activity during the festivals. The entire temple is lit-up with electric bulbs and lights on the day of Deepawali. The temple also has green lush grass around it that enhances it's beauty. Mud pots filled with water are kept for birds. The chirping of birds makes the place more adorable. When it is decorated with glittering lights and adorned by the flowers and other decorative things, we derive great mental satisfaction and solace.

Sr.no Department/Branches Room No.
1. CS/IT/MCA 204, 205, 301, 302, 303, T-301, T-302, T-303 (Main Building)
2. ECE 103, 104, L-203, T-201, T-202 (Main Building)
3. EE 105, 106, T-101 (Main Building), L-107, L-108, L-109 (Shivalik Bhawan)
4. ME PG Block 101, 102, 201, 202 and T-102 (Main Building)
5. I Year 105, 106, T-101 (Main Building), L-107, L-108, L-109 (Shivalik Bhawan)
6. AIML L-101 and L-102 (Main Building), L-110 (Shivalik Bhawan)

Department/Branch

Room No.

Name of Building/ Place

Type of board

AIML

L-101


Main Building-

Ground Floor


Green Board with Digital Interactive


Board

L-102

ECE

L-103

L-104

Green Board

EE

L-105

Green Board with Integrated smart Podium system

L-106

Green Board with Digital Interactive Board

L-107

Shivalik Bhawan- Ground Floor

Green Board with

Digital Interactive Board

L-108

L-109

AIML

L-110

ECE

L-203

Main Building -First Floor

Green Board with Integrated smart Podium system

CSE

L-204

Green Board with Digital Interactive Board

L-205

Green Board

H & S

(Ist Year)

L-206

Shivalik Bhawan- First Floor

Green Board with

Digital Interactive Board

L-207

L-208

L-209

CSE

L-301

Main Building –Second Floor

Green Board with Integrated smart Podium system

L-302

Green Board

L-303

Green Board

EE

T-101

Main Building-

Ground Floor

Green Board

ME

T-102

Green Board

ECE

T-201

Main Building -First Floor

Green Board

T-202

Green Board

CSE

T-301

Main Building –Second Floor

Green Board

T-302

Green Board

T-303

Green Board

ME

PG-101

PG Block-Ground Floor

Green Board

PG-102

Green Board

PG-201

PG Block-First Floor

Green Board with Integrated smart Podium system

PG-202

Green Board

Seminar Hall

Seminar Hall (Near to P.O)

Admin Block- First Floor

Integrated smart Podium system

ECE

SP Lab

Main Building -First Floor

Integrated smart Podium system

EE

PSMS lab

Main Building –Second Floor

CSE

New Computer lab-I

The Conference Hall is one of the state-of-art facility in the college. It is equipped with the audio system and projection facilities. Lectures of prominent people, seminars and discussions are organized here.

The hall is regularly used to conduct Conferences and Seminars.

The College has fully functional, Centrally Air Conditioned auditorium with a seating capacity of 600 persons. The auditorium has a state of the art audio-visual system and a multi-functional lighting arrangement. Various cultural programmes, lectures and college annual function are organised in this auditorium.

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The College has a seminar hall. It is aesthetically designed Seminar Hall where all the important workshops and seminars are held. The seminar hall is facilitated with the latest technology and is well equipped with multimedia projectors. It can accommodate upto 100 students and interactive sessions are taken up by the management, faculty, staff & students

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Sr.no Name of Faculty Responsiblity Email Mobile
1. Mr.Gaurav Pathak Head CC/IT Services gauravpathak@gweca.ac.in 8619978620
2. Mr.Mr. Saurabh Maheshwari Member saurabh@gweca.ac.in 9929989287

As computers have well demonstrated their effectiveness in enhancing the convenience and speed of information processing, storage and sharing in all organizations, they have become the most significant components of educational infrastructure. The academic needs of all the departments as well as the needs from administrative activities are well satisfied by the large number of Personal Computers ), most of them with high end processors (like Intel Core i7,i5,i3) and sourced from reputed manufacturers like Dell, Wipro.

50Mbps leaseline and 40 +10 Broadband of internet bandwidth availability to the campus is ensured through three connections. The campus network is connected to these lines through our Cisco series Router and Extreme core switch located in our server room. This switch is configured with our own Checkpoint Firewall with different access control polices for different groups of users. We have a dedicated internet access center for students located inside the Central Library premises and kept open from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. on all days. All the staff members are having access to internet connected computers. Since all the computers are connected to the campus network, any of them can be enabled to access the internet. As of now, about all PCs in the campus are enabled to access the internet through our wired network infrastructure. Wi-Fi connectivity has been provided to all the academic departments . Efforts are on the way to provide similar facilities at all other academic blocks. All the hostels are provided with Wi-Fi using Digisol Network products. After the office hours, the entire internet bandwidth is made use of by students in the hostels.

Sr.no Transportation Committee Members Email Mobile
1. Deputy Registrar    
2. Mr. Kuldeer Mathur (Jr. Accountant);    
3. Mr. Rakesh Kumawat;    
Sr.no Name of Committee Members Responsiblity Email Mobile
1. Deputy Registrar Chief Coordinator
2. Mr. Jai Goyal A.R
3. Mr. Kuldeep Mathur Jr. Accountant
4. Mr. Rakesh Agarwal Jr. Accountant

College has spacious canteen facility in the college premises and is run by college management. A variety of south indian food and other items are provided to the students and staff of the college at highly subsidized rates with highest quality.