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Rubrics (Project & Industrial Training)

Project Rubrics

The Project work is a partial requirement for successful completion of the B.Tech degree and is carried out by undergraduate students. It is expected that the students must follow the given guidelines in order to develop a quality project.

In order to evaluate and monitor the overall functioning of the activities related to the B. Tech project, Department Project Evaluation Committee (DPEC) is formed which comprises of following members:

  1. Mr. Rattan Deep Aneja (HOD, IT Deptt)
  2. Dr. Mukesh Chawla
  3. Dr. Vaishali Wadhwa
  4. Ms. Ashima Arya

The main aim of DPEC is to –

  • Check that only good quality projects are undertaken by students.
  • Solve any problem related to project area, guide allotment and project conduction.
  • Evaluate timely progress of project and communicating the progress report to students.

Instructions for students

  • After registration in the semester, a list of domain names for carrying out project work along with guide/supervisor names are floated to students.
  • Students have to select the area of project and report to the concerned supervisor with the idea of project work they want to do within 7 days.
  • A group of minimum 2 and maximum 4 can be formed by students.
  • A list of final guide allotment as approved by DPEC is floated to students.
  • A synopsis presentation will be held in second week of commencement of the semester wherein the group will be presenting their project idea after taking approval from their supervisor.
  • During synopsis presentation, the project can be accepted/rejected. This decision will be taken by DPEC.If rejected, the group must come up with new project idea within 7 days of project being rejected.
  • After one month of synopsis presentation, project progress presentation-I will be held.
  • Final internal project presentation will be held two weeks before the end of the semester.
  • The group must report to their supervisor twice a month and show/update them with the progress of their work.
  • The group must maintain a record of their meetings along with remarks of their discussion and signature of their supervisor. This record is to be shown in front of DPEC at the time of synopsis presentation, progress presentation-I and final internal project presentation.
  • All the group members must be present at the time of presentation in front of DPEC, failing which the presentation of the group will not be held.
  • Hard copy of report as per given format and presentation of 15-20 minutes must be ready at each time during presentation in front of DPEC.
  • A research paper must be presented /published in a conference/journal related to project and need to be shown at the time of final internal project presentation.

Instructions for Supervisors

  • It is the responsibility of the DPEC to provide supervisor for each B. Tech Project. Supervisors may be assigned to each project group either by the choice of student groups or by faculty expertise.
  • A faculty member can supervise atmost 3 B. Tech projects in an academic year.

Role of Supervisor is given below:

  • The supervisor should send the detailed information about the students’ group and project undertaken by them in prescribed format.
  • The supervisor must monitor the progress being carried out by the project groups on regular basis.
  • The supervisor must maintain a record of meetings with students and submit to DPEC as and when asked.
  • It is expected that the supervisor checks that the project report must be in proper format as given by DPEC each time during presentation and before final submission.

Project Evaluation

To ensure proper conduction of each project, progress of each project should be monitored on continuous basis first by the supervisor and then by DPEC. In order to do so, it is planned to hold 3 presentations by each project group in each semester. Detail of each presentationin the semester is given below:

Synopsis Presentation

The first presentation will be synopsis presentation, which will be taken by the DPEC in the second week of commencement of the semester. The project is assumed to be already selected by the students within 7 days of registration in the semester. In this presentation they are required to show a brief power point presentation describing the aim/ objective of the project, the methodology to be used which includes the pictorial representation of the proposed system, hardware/ software requirements, testing tools, conclusion and the references in not more than 8-10 slides. This presentation shall be made before the respective project supervisor first and on his/her approval it should be made before the DPEC as per schedule.

The project is considered to be approved only if it is passed by DPEC in this presentation. If in any case project is not approved, then group is asked to revise/ modify it and present again within a week.

Progress Presentation-I

The second presentation will be taken by the DPEC after 15 days of synopsis presentation. This presentation will review the progress of the students. Each group has to meet their supervisor twice a month to show their progress. The groups are also required to present a power point presentation (not more than 10-15 slides) consisting of literature review, design methodology, planning of project work and demonstration of completed modules before DPEC.

Progress Presentation-II

The third presentation will be taken by the DPEC after 21 days of progress presentation-I. This presentation will review the progress of the project work again to evaluate the suggestions incorporated, detailed methodology/algorithm used, demonstration of completed modules. The groups are also required to present a power point presentation (not more than 10-15 slides) in front of DPEC.

Final Internal Presentation

Final presentation will be scheduled before the end of the semester by DPEC. Each group is required to make a project report showing the complete project. This report should be as per format prescribed by DPEC. A research paper associated with the project work must be presented/ published and to be shown during this presentation. This report should be signed by the supervisors and should be submitted to the DPEC at least two days before the final presentation. The groups are also required to make a power point presentation (not more than 15-20 slides) and present before DPEC.

Rubrics for B.Tech. Project Evaluation

S.No. Phase Marks Date Description
1. Synopsis  Presentation(R1) 10 15 days after commencement of the semester Students have to prepare a synopsis and present them in front of DPEC. This is the time when students get to know whether their project is accepted or rejected.
2. Progress Presentation –I (R2) 20 15 days after synopsis presentation Students have to show the progress of their project in the form of presentation.
3. Progress Presentation –II (R3) 20 21 days after Progress Presentation –II Students have to show the progress of their project in the form of presentation.
4. Final Internal Presentation (R4) 20 15 days before end of the semester Students have to show the demonstration/execution of the project along with presentation.
5. Report (R5) 20 At the time of Final Internal Presentation Students have to prepare and show the hard copy of the project report in the prescribed format.
6. Guide’s Assessment (R6) 10 Throughout the semester Respective guide will be assessing their group’s performance and evaluate them.
Total Marks 100
Final Internal Project Marks 40% of 100 = 40 Marks

Rubric 1: Synopsis Presentation (Max Marks – 10)

S.No. Parameter Level of Achievement
Excellent (10) Good (8) Average (6) Poor (4)
1. Identification of problem domain (a) Clearly identifies the purpose and  need of project Good explanation of purpose and need of project Average explanation of purpose and  need of project Moderate explanation of  purpose and need of project
2 Objective (b) Objective of implementing project is clearly and well defined Objective of implementing project is defined with good justifications. Objective of implementing project is defined with little justifications. Objective of implementing project is unclear.
3 Application (c) Practical applicability of project idea is clear Practical applicability of project idea is defined with good justifications Practical applicability of project idea is defined with little justifications Practical applicability of project idea is unclear
4 Methodology (d) Clear specification of methodology to be used in project Methodology specified but not justified properly Less justification of  methodology to be used in project Unclear about methodology to be used in project
5 Presentation Skills (e) Loud and clear with proper eye contact Clear speech but no eye contact. Average presentation skills. Unclear
 Total Marks (A) (a+b+c+d+e)/5

Rubric 2: Progress Presentation-I (Max Marks – 20)

S.No. Parameter Level of Achievement
Excellent (10) Good (8) Average (6) Poor (4)
1 Literature Review (a) Detailed and well justified explanation of specifications and limitations of existing system Collected data. Good explanation of specifications and limitations of existing system Collected little data. Moderate study of specifications and limitations of existing system No explanation of limitations of existing system.
2 Design Methodology (b) Division of problem into modules and good selection of development framework. Properly justified Division of problem into modules and good selection of development framework. Not justified clearly Division of problem into modules and inappropriate selection of development framework Partial division of problem into modules and poor selection of development framework
3 Planning of Project Work (c) Time frame properly specified and being followed Time frame properly specified but being followed partially

 

Time frame properly specified but not being followed Time frame not specified properly
4 Demonstration & Presentation (d) Progress in work. Presentation is Loud and clear Progress in work. Clear speech. No eye contact Moderate progress in work and average presentation skills No or little progress in work. Unable to present.
 Total Marks (B) (a+b+c+d)/2

Rubric 3: Progress Presentation-II (Max Marks – 20)

S.No. Parameter Level of Achievement
Excellent (10) Good (8) Average (6) Poor (4)
1 Incorporation of suggestions (a) Changes made as per suggestions given in previous presentation and new innovations added All major changes as suggested are incorporated

 

Minor changes incorporated Changes incorporated
2 Detailed Methodology/Algorithms used (b) Correct choice and use of algorithm Correct choice but no use of algorithm Algoroithm used but unable to explain No use of  algorithm in development of project
3 Demonstration & Presentation (c) Progress in work. Presentation is Loud and clear Progress in work. Clear speech. No eye contact Moderate progress in work and average presentation skills No or little progress in work. Unable to present.
 Total Marks (C) (a+b+c)/1.5

 Rubric 4: Final Internal Project Presentation (Max Marks – 20)

S.No. Parameter Level of Achievement
Excellent (10) Good (8) Average (6) Poor (4)
1 Incorporation of suggestions (a) Changes made as per suggestions given in previous presentation and new innovations added All major changes as suggested are incorporated

 

Minor changes incorporated Changes incorporated
2 Technical Demonstration (b) Strong understanding of the technical requirements of the project. Well justified. Good understanding of the technical requirements of the project. Minimal understanding of the technical requirements of the project. Poor understanding of the technical requirements of the project.
3 Illustration of Results (c) Results as expected are there. Efficiently illustrated using visualization tools. Results as expected are there. Tools are used. Results as per expectations are not there. Tools are used but not efficiently. Results as per expectations are not there. No tools are used for results representation and analysis.
4 Presentation Skills (d) Loud and clear with proper eye contact Clear speech but no eye contact. Average presentation skills. Unclear
 Total Marks (D) (a+b+c+d)/2

Rubric 5: Report Evaluation (Max Marks – 20)

S.No. Parameter Level of Achievement
Excellent (20) Good (16) Average (12) Poor (8)
1 Project Report Report as per specified format and completed. Report completed with very few contents not as per format. Report completed but formatting not done properly Report not prepared as per format.
Total Marks (E) 20

 Rubric 6: Guide’s Assessment (Max Marks – 10)

S.No. Parameter Level of Achievement
Excellent (5) Good (4) Average (3) Poor (2)
1 Technical knowledge (a) Extensive knowledge of project work Fair knowlede of project work Lacks sufficient knowledge of project work No knowledge of project work
2 Regularity (b) Reports to the guide regularly and consistent in work Reports to the guide very often but not very consistent Reports to the guide but lacks Consistency Irregular and inconsistent in work
Total Marks (F) a+b

Summary

Rubric Description Marks
R1 Synopsis Presentation 10
R2 Progress Presentation-I 20
R3 Progress Presentation-II 20
R4 Final Internal Project Presentation 20
R5 Report Evaluation 20
R6 Guide’s Assessment 10
Total Marks 100
Final Marks (40% of Total Marks) 40

Industrial Training Rubrics

Industrial training is undertaken by a student at the end of odd semester and evaluated in the even semester. It is compulsory for a student to undertake this industry training so that he can gets industry exposure and learn the technology practically.

Evaluation Parameters

Rubric Parameters Weightage (Assessment Marks)
R1 Objective of Training 10% (10)
R2 Project Undertaken 10% (10)
R3 Technical Knowledge 20% (20)
R4 Presentation Skills 20% (20)
R5 Viva Voce 20% (20)
R6 Report 20% (20)
Total 100% (100)

Rubrics for Industrial Training

Rubric Parameter Level of Achievement
Excellent (10) Good (8) Average (6) Poor (4)
R1 Objective of training Objective of training is clearly and well defined. Objective of training is defined with good justifications. Objective of training is defined with little justifications. Objective of training is unclear.
Rubric Parameter Level of Achievement
Excellent (10) Good (8) Average (6) Poor (4)
R2 Project Undertaken Project is completed in very systematic manner. Illustrated complete project implementation details. Project is completed in appropriate manner. Illustrated some project implementation details. Project is completed but not systematically. Illustrated some project implementation details. Project is not completed. Illustrated no project implementation details.
Rubric Parameter Level of Achievement
Excellent (20) Good (16) Average (12) Poor (8)
R3 Technical Knowledge Extensive knowledge of technology implemented Fair knowledge of technology implemented Lacks sufficient knowledge of technology implemented  No knowledge of technology implemented
Rubric Parameter Level of Achievement
Excellent (20) Good (16) Average (12) Poor (8)
R4 Presentation Skills Loud and clear with proper eye contact Clear speech but no eye contact Average presentation skills Unclear
Rubric Parameter Level of Achievement
Excellent (20) Good (16) Average (12) Poor (8)
R5 Viva Voce Answers effectively in a satisfied manner to queries by the examiner Answers appropriately to queries by the examiner Non satisfactory answers to the queries by the examiner Does not answer to queries by the examiner
Rubric Parameter Level of Achievement
Excellent (20) Good (16) Average (12) Poor (8)
R6 Report Report as per specified format and completed. Report completed with very few contents not as per format. Report completed but formatting not done properly Report not prepared as per format.
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