Vision and Mission

VISION 

  • To develop this rural based engineering college into an institute of technical education with global standards.
  • To become an institute of excellence which contributes to the needs of society
  • To inculcate value based education with noble goal of “Education for peace and progress”

MISSION

  • To build a world class undergraduate program with all required infrastructure that provides strong theoretical knowledge supplemented by the state of art skills.
  • To establish postgraduate programs in basic and cutting edge technologies.
  • To create conducive ambiance to induce and nurture research
  • To turn young graduates to success oriented entrepreneurs
  • To develop linkage with industries to have strong industry institute interaction
  • To offer demand driven courses to meet the needs of the industry and society
  • To inculcate human values and ethos into the education system for an all-round development of students.

STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES

Education

 

Develop, in cooperation with our stakeholders (e.g. reputed colleges, institutes, campuses and alumni) residence and distance Undergraduate and Postgraduate curricula, and research management platforms that respond to current and emerging global needs of society, including industry, government, and academe; and enhance the learning experience through deep and broad curricula that include service learning, increasing diversity and improving student satisfaction.

Research

Perform contextual collaborative research that leads to the enhancement of the quality of life and develop basic knowledge and enabling technologies that contribute to economic development, and addresses the most pressing regional, national, and global challenges.

Service

Contribute to and provide leadership in professional organizations to consolidate the recognition of engineers and scientists as stewards of economic prosperity, innovation and social responsibility, and support service activities of importance to the  Rayalaseema region, state, Nation and  Global at large.

Institutional Governance

Create structures and procedures that balance due process with agility. Develop shared governance; transparent and inclusive operations; and business flexibility and efficiency. Institutionalize fiscal responsibility, conscious community-building, increased diversity, concerted workforce development, and enhanced institutional investment. Accentuate response to ever-changing regional, national and international operational conditions.

STRATEGIC GOALS

In Education

  1. Enhance the RGM deep, fundamental undergraduate educational experience with leadership and entrepreneurial training; global awareness; cultural sensitivity; presentation and communication skills; intense project- based and service learning; and more value added courses.
  2. Initiate residence and online Inter-Department and Inter-College undergraduate majors and minors focused on interdisciplinary topics, institutional priorities, and societal challenges.
  3. Offer and continuously expand 4-year undergraduate, 2-year Master of Engineering degrees in all sub-disciplines of engineering, Master of Business Administration and Master of Computer Applications, a number of cross-disciplinary topics based on societal challenges and the priorities of RGM.
  4. Strengthen and expand Ph.D. programs through emphasis on recruiting top external students and RGM post graduates, provide training in teaching and research management methodologies.
  5. Identify and address issues affecting the environment in which are students work and live, to increase retention, diversity, and student satisfaction.
  6. Expand the reach of RGM brand all over India and abroad.

In Research

  1. Develop innovative, interdisciplinary research groups working on college- wide topics at the intersection of societal challenges, faculty interest, and research infrastructure to increase externally funded center-type projects.
  2. Enhance research collaborations with reputed institutes, colleges, laboratories, campuses, and alumni to probe new fundamental, applied, and interdisciplinary research topics.
  3. Increase college-wide research collaborations with universities, industry, and global partners through appropriate MOUs.
  4. Enhance the quality of key laboratories and infrastructure that support priority research thrusts.

In Service

  1. Increase faculty contribution to and influence in national and international technical and policy-making committees.
  2. Raise the profile of and facilitate engaged service on college and campus committees as well as in support of the Region, State, National and international committees.

In Governance

  1. Enhance business operations, fiscal management, and access to and clarity of undertaking administrative and academic tasks by faculty and staff.
  2. Constitute and empower all committees and sub-units with the College priorities and create mechanisms to implement their recommendations.
  3. Recast the financial system to directly support the fundamental functions of education, research, and service and enhance the effectiveness of building and using financial resources.
  4. Strengthen institutional affiliation and effectiveness by providing clear career progression models, advanced training opportunities, leadership development, and articulate the alignment of institutional and individual aspirations.
  5. Establish human resource management unit overseeing functions such as faculty profile enhancement in terms of research grants and their recognition at national and international levels.

In tune with the strategic objectives and goals as approved by Governing body a standing committee has been formed to monitor the effective implementation of strategic plan and update its current status. The standing committee has made the following observations.

Education:

  1. Curriculum, Structure and Evaluation procedures have been periodically revised.
  2. All the stake holders views were taken into account while making the changes in regulation.
  3. New form of assessment procedure has been adopted to improve the quality of the students.
  4. College with Potential for Excellence (CPE)status has been conferred by UGC. This is a step in the right direction towards achieving element of the strategic plan.

Research:              

  1. Good encouragement is provided to faculty to pursue higher studies and incentives to publish in archival journals.
  2. In addition the seeding of research centers to foster inter discrepancy research activities is encouraged.
  3. Further focused research groups are encouraged to seek external funding from both Governmental and Non- Governmental sources.

The above actions are indicative of the college taking the right steps towards implementing its strategic plan.

Service:

  1. The NSS units have adopted a nearby village in order to provide solar lighting and clean toilets under the Prime Minister’s Swachha Bharat scheme.
  2. Health complain is conducted on a periodic basis to the community at large to enhance their wellness.
  3. Siemens Skill development center and the award of Deen Dayal Upadhyay KAUSHAL Centre by UGC for skill development are definitive indicators for the college towards achieving the goals of its strategic plan.

In Governance:

  1. Transparent governance is achieved through computerization of all records and automation through online transaction mechanisms.
  2. The governance at RGMCET is decentralized with clearly chartered limits on roles and responsibilities for both academic and financial actions.