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Higher College of TechnologyDepartment of EngineeringElectrical & Electronics Engineering SectionStudent’s Handbook2015-16Page i

INDEXSL. ION1.1.Foreword1.2.Message from Head of the DepartmentENGINEERING DEPARTMENT PROFILE2.1.Vision of the Department2.2.Mission statement of the Department2.3.Goal and Objectives of the Department2.4.Organizational Structure2.5.Department StructureELECTRICAL, & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING SECTIONPROFILE3.1.Vision of the Section3.2.Mission statement of the Section3.3.Goal and Objectives of the SectionRESOURCES OF THE SECTION4.1.Faculty and Staff Profile4.2.Laboratories and Workshops4.3.Library/Study rooms4.4.Important OfficesACADEMIC INFORMATION5.1.Degree structure5.2.Organization of levels5.3.Academic ProgressionACADEMIC PERFORMANCE6.1.Grading system6.2.Passing grade6.3.Semester GPA and CGPA Calculation6.3.1 SGPA Calculation6.3.2 CGPA Calculation6.4.Academic Probation6.5.Dismissal6.6.Postponement of Study6.7.Student AttendanceADVISORY AND REGISTRATION7.1Academic Advisors and their role7.2Advising & Registration ProcedureGENERAL REGULATIONS8.1Students code of conduct8.2Students complaints8.3Students Appeals8.4General Lab safety rules8.5Safety rules for Electrical and Electronics LabsSTUDENT’S ASSESSMENT OF COURSES AND DELIVERY9.1.Course Assessment ProcedureCOURSE PLAN & DESCRIPTION10.1. Telecommunication Engineering10.2. Power Engineering10.3. Computer Engineering10.4. Biomedical EngineeringTHE RESEARCH COUNCILPAGE126718192425272841Page ii

I. INTRODUCTION1.1. ForewordThis hand book is designed to orient the students of Electrical and Electronics Section of EngineeringDepartment. It provides complete information for students and would serve as a guide that could besought by students for clearing their frequent doubts about topics relevant to the section. The students areexpected to keep this book safely and refer whenever required even after graduating from the college.1.2. Message from Head of the DepartmentOur Department of Engineering is taking a proactive role in providing qualified technicians, technologist,and professionals in the different fields of engineering to help Oman in developing. Our legacy tracesback to 1984 when the Department of Engineering was founded as an integral part of Oman IndustrialCollege (HCT now). Throughout its history, the Department of Engineering was closely aligned to thelocal job market through catering for its needs of qualified manpower.Understanding the criticality of having the right calibre of national workforce to Oman’s progress into the21st century, the government embarked on a radical plan to improve the local manpower through theVision Oman 2020. At the core of such a plan was increasing enrolment into higher education andtechnical colleges. The Department of Engineering plays a pivotal role in such a plan by providingeducation and training to Omani youngsters to enable them to join the job market.Our department has established itself as a good career entry point. We have the largest undergraduateengineering program in the nation with a current enrolment of 2486 students. Our vision calls forsupplying the job market with high quality technicians, technologists, and professionals. The Departmentaims to be nationally acclaimed as a leader in producing innovative graduates and research that focus onmeeting the present and future needs of society. It strives to improve the lives of the citizens of Omanthrough services and research.In addition to its size, the Department of Engineering offers a diverse selection to its students and the jobmarket. Currently, the Department offers various levels of qualification in telecommunications, electricalpower, computer, civil, architectural, and mechanical engineering. It also offers diplomas in oil and gas,refrigeration and air-conditioning, and engineering draftsman and a higher diploma in quantity surveying.Our development as a department is continuous. Several new specializations are in the pipeline, such asmechatronics engineering. Moreover, the face of the Department of Engineering is set to change withfinalizing the remodelling of its current spaces and the introduction of several new facilities. A big driveto revamp the facilities at the department is under way. New projects that will significantly enhance thedepartment’s abilities to deliver knowledge and training are in planning. The future looks very promising.I invite you to learn more about the Department of Engineering at the Higher College of Technology anddiscover for yourself the role we play in Oman’s development.Mr.Shaik Nabi Ashraf PashaHead of Department (HOD)Page 1

II. ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT PROFILEThe department of engineering is committed to provide high quality technological education in Electrical& Electronics Engineering, Mechanical & Industrial Engineering and Architecture & Civil Engineering.The department has well qualified Lecturers and Technicians. The workshops and laboratories areequipped with latest tools and instruments to impart technical training in specialized areas. Thesefacilities are designed to adapt the requirements of cutting edge technological growth.2.1. Vision of the DepartmentTo contribute to the realization of Oman 2020 vision, the Department of Engineering aims to supply thejob market with high quality technicians, technologists, and professionals. The Department will benationally acclaimed as a leader in producing innovative graduates and research that focus on meeting thepresent and future needs of society. It will improve the lives of the citizens of Oman through services andresearch.2.2. Mission Statement of the DepartmentIn realizing its vision, the Department of Engineering has a fundamental mission to serve the Sultanate byproviding a highly educated populace, expanding the economy, and being a source of critical technologyand unbiased counsel. The Department will fulfill this mission by becoming a locally and nationallyrecognized source of scholarship, innovation, integrity, and leadership, and by becoming a preferreddestination for students and scholars from throughout the country. Our faculty, students, and staff willfoster a collaborative, altruistic, and collegial environment, and partner within the department and acrossthe campus and country, with industry, government, and universities. We will be pioneers in satisfyingthe critical needs of society. Our graduates will be known and sought by the country’s and region’s eliteinstitutions for their leadership skills, ethical behavior, technical and scientific expertise, and attention tosociety's needs.2.3. Goal and Objectives of the Department2.3.1 Goal of the DepartmentThe Engineering department will strive to graduate highly trained Technicians, Technologist andProfessional to contribute to both the public and the private sector excellence in education.2.3.2. Objectives of the DepartmentThe department should enable the student to:1. Apply the relevant engineering fundamentals in a professional environment.2. Take an active role and participate in his/her career development to promote technicalcompetence.3. Make use of the available computer communication resources.4. Maintain and practice with the highest codes and ethics.5. Work in multi-disciplinary projects.6. Use the engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.Page 2

7. Function independently and on multi-disciplinary teams.8. Maintain professional and ethical responsibility9. Recognize the necessity of lifelong learning.Page 3

2.4. Organizational StructureBOARD OF TRUSTEESUNDERSECRETARY FOR VOCATIONALDIRECTOR GENERAL FOR TECHNOLOGICAL EDUCATIONINDUSTRIAL LINK & PARALLELPROGRAMMEPROGRAM STUDY & DEVELOPMENTCOLLEGE COUNCILASSISTANT DEANSTUDENT AFFAIRSDEANASSISTANT DEANASSISTANT DEANACADEMIC AFFAIRS ADMIN & FINANCEHEAD OF ENGINEERING DEPARTMENTHEAD OFHEAD OFHEAD OFMECHANICAL SECTION ELECTRICAL SECTION CIVIL & ARCHITECTURAL SECTIONLECTURERSTECHNICIANSPage 4

2.5. Department INEERINGCIVIL ANDARCHICTUREENGINEERINGSPECIALIZATION LEVELSElectrical Power EnggDiploma, Advance Diploma & B.TechTelecommunication EnggDiploma, Advance Diploma & B.TechComputer EnggDiploma, Advance Diploma & B.TechBiomedical EnggDiploma, Advance Diploma & B.TechMechanical EngineeringDiploma, Advance Diploma & B.TechOil and gas EngineeringDiplomaA/C and Ref. EngineeringDiplomaChemical EngineeringDiploma, Advance Diploma & B.TechArchitecture EngineeringDiploma, Higher Diploma & B.TechQuantity SurveyingDiploma, Advance Diploma & B.TechCivil EngineeringDiploma, Advance Diploma & B.TechLand SurveyingDiploma, Advance Diploma & B.TechPage 5

III. ELECTRICAL, COMPUTER & TELECOMMUNICATION ENGINEERING(ECT) SECTION PROFILE3.1, Vision of the SectionTo provide the society with efficient and scrupulous intellectuals who would work sincerely forbetterment of the industry and nation. Facilitating strong technological background in major studentpopulace which is the need of the hour is the vision of Electrical and Electronics Engineering section.3.2. Mission Statement of the SectionOur mission is to produce high quality engineers with integrity and honesty with sound skills. Our workforce is very challenging and supportive to achieve this. Our infrastructure paves way for design,fabrication and analysis of complex systems of different specializations we offer. We emphasize onstrong moral values, honest effort and responsibility for oneself and the community.3.3. Goals and Objectives of the Section3.3.1. Goal of the SectionTo provide an integrated educational experience directed toward development of the ability toapply pertinent knowledge to the solution of practical problems in the graduate’s engineeringtechnology specialty. To expand scientific and engineering knowledge by preparing our graduatesfor employment as telecommunications analysts and engineering technologists through innovativeresearch and hands-on training that responds to the need and challenge of our ever-changingworld.3.3.2. Objectives of the SectionThe student should be able to1.2.3.4.Contribute to society in a broad range of careersFlourish professionally in an increasingly international and rapidly changing worldEffectively understand, use, develop, and implement modern telecommunication systemsDevelop skills for clear communication and responsible teamwork, and to inculcate professionalattitudes and ethics, so that one is prepared for the complex modern work environment5. Acquire sufficient breadth and depth for successful subsequent graduate study, post-graduatestudy, or lifelong learning6. Develop and apply critical thinking skills, enhancing the ability to address unstructured problemsspecific to technical specialties in telecommunication engineering7. Acquire technical and managerial skills necessary to enter careers in the design, application,installation, management, operation and/or maintenance of telecommunication systemsPage 6

IV. RESOURCES OF THE SECTION4.1. Faculty and Staff ProfileSl. No1.2.Staff DetailsName:Qualification:Mr.Shaik Nabi Ashraf PashaMasters in ProductionEngineeringDesignation:Head of DepartmentName:Qualification:Ms.Fawziya Al WahaibiMasters inWireless CommunicationEngineeringDesignation:PhotograghHead of EEE lification:Mr. Nagaraj H PMasters in Electrical PowerEnggLecturerMr. VelmuruganParamasivamMasters in Power Electronicsand esignation:Ms. Ahlam Al GhafriMasters in Electronics &Computer EngineeringLecturer & ProgramCoordinator (Computer)6.Name:Qualification:Designation:Ms. Ameera Al SakhbooriMasters in ComputerCommunication NetworksLecturerPage 7

n:Designation:8.Name:Qualification:Designation:Ms. Ann MarryMasters in ComputerApplicationsLecturerMr.Bernard CruzMasters in aMasters in Electrical PowerLecturerName:Qualification:Designation:Mr. Deevyankar AgarwalMasters in nation:Mr.Falah Hassan JawadMasters in ElectronicsLecturer & on:Ms.Faridha SajathMasters in ElectronicsLecturer11.Name:Qualification:Ms .Anupriya LilwaniMasters in ualification:Designation:Mr.Huma Shankar ShastryMasters in PowerElectronicsLecturerPage 8

13.Name:Qualification:Designation:Mr.Iqram HananMasters in gnation:Mr.Jalil ArjonaBachelors in tion:Mr.K. PasupathiMasters in Industrial drivesLecturer16.Name:Qualification:Ms.Lakshmi KannaPh.D., in ication:Designation:Mr. Manavvar AliMasters in Designation:Dr. M ChandrasekranPh.D., in on:Dr. Noorul HassanPh.D., in Signal n:Mr.Rene Algeria ForcadillaBachelors in ElectronicsLecturer (Biomedical)Page 9

21.Name:Qualification:Designation:Mr.Rosalio PanaMasters in karan ThangavelPh.D., inWireless CommunicationsLecturer &Research Committee - n:Designation:Ms.Sowmya SaraswathiMasters in VLSI DesignLecturer24.Name:Qualification:Mr.Yasir LatifMasters in nation:Mr.Abdallah Al AbdalyBachelors in ElectricalPowerTechnicianMr.Aldwin SumalabeBachelors in ComputerEngineeringTechnician & n:Mr.Alex pabayoBachelors in ElectronicsTechnician28.Name:Qualification:Mr.Ali Al HashmiBachelors in ElectricalPowerChief Technician(Electrical Power)Designation:Page 10

29.Name:Qualification:Designation:Ms.Amelita AbriolBachelors in ElectronicsTechnician & Registrar-EEEName:Qualification:Mr.Saravanan VelusamyMasters in BiomedicalSignal n:Designation:Mr.Bernardo GumapacBachelors in ComputerEngineeringTechnician & Time Mr.Dexter CastilloMasters in PowerTechnician & OJTCoordinator-EEE32.Name:Qualification:Mr.Dindo LatonioMasters in InformationManagementTechnicianHSE ualification:Designation:Mr.Diosdado Aler IIBachelors in ComputerEngineering/Masters inTeachingTechnician & ChiefTechnician - ComputerMs.Seeja BenjaminMasters in n SumalabeBachelors in ComputerEnggTechnicianPage 11

36.Name:Qualification:Designation:Mr.Haja NavasBachelors in Electrical ation:Mr.Jeffery FollanteMasters in ElectronicsTechnician & ChiefTechnician- fer DakanayBachelors in o CalpoturaMasters in ication:Designation:Name:Ms.Mayra FulgarBachelors inElectronics/Masters ofEducationTechnician & EngineeringResource ManagerDesignation:Mr.Mohammad AbdallahAl MaskaryBachelors in Electrical nation:Mr.Mohammad FassiudinMasters in l Al ToubiBachelors in Computer age 12

44.Name:Qualification:Designation:Mr.Nasser Al TouqiDiploma in tion:Mr.Rafeek AhmedMasters in tion:Mr.Renato NicolasMasters in n:Designation:Mr.Reynaldo CruzBachelors in tion:Mr.Richel RoblesBachelors in ElectronicsTechnician & Mr.Rodolfo FreoBachelors in ignation:Mr.Ronaldo SilverioMasters in tion:Mr.Sabri Al AdawiBachelors in ElectronicsTechnician & ChiefTechnician- BiomedicalPage 13

52.Name:Qualification:Designation:Mr.Venkata Rajkumar.CHMasters in ElectronicsTechnician53.Name:Qualification:Ms.Ummu SalmaMasters in Biomedicalsignal Processing.Lecturer & Program n:Designation:Mr.Ashkar Mohammed MMasters in Instrumentation& s.Sharada VenkatachalamMasters in on:Ms.Aruna M.Masters in Electrical Laila Al AjmiDiploma in ion:Dr.Jonathan C& ChiefTechnician- TelecommansinoPh.D in TechnologyManagementLecturer & Program Director Telecom59Name:Mr.Waleed Abdullah saif AlAbriMasters in Electrical powerLecturer & Program Director– Power ElectronicsQualification:Designation:Page 14

60Name:Qualification:Designation:Mr.Ahmed GlanderBatchelor in r.Muralidhara BhojarajPh.D., in alification:Designation:Ms.Alagammai NachiappanMasters in n:Designation:Mr.Nestor caminaBachelor in n:Ms.Pamuri N.SrilathaMasters in Electronics avanthi WesleyBatchelor in ComputerEngineeringTechnicianDesignation:Mr.Joseph Paul G JuanichMasters in signation:Mr.Arun joyMasters in power systemTechnicianPage 15

68Name:Qualification:DesignationMr.Ravitej VisanagiriMasters in Electrical powerTechnician69Name:Qualification:Mr.Renato NicolasMasters in Electrical rque Amjad Ali khanBachelor in Electrical tion:Dr.Avinash GaurPh.D., in MathematicsDesignationLecturer& Program DirectorMathematicsName:Qualification:Dr.Sudhir KumarPh.D., in s.Lavanya SarmaMasters in MathematicsDesignationLecturerName:Mr.J.Albert PrasannakumarMasters in Digital system &Computer :Dr.Ganesh VenkatramanQualification:Ph.D., in MathematicsDesignationLecturerPage 16

4.2. Laboratories and WorkshopsSl. NoName of the Lab/Workshop1.2.3.4.5.6.7.8.9.10.11.Electronics LabTelecommunication LabElectrical Principles LabElectrical Machines LabElectronics Project LabPCB LabComputer Engineering LabElectronics LabBiomedical LabElectrical workshopsFree Access LabRoom Number, floor and BuildingCE108, First Floor in Electrical BuildingCE115, First Floor in Electrical BuildingCE010, Ground Floor in Electrical BuildingCE008, First Floor in Electrical BuildingCE101, First Floor in Electrical BuildingCE112, First Floor in Electrical BuildingCE104, First Floor in Electrical BuildingCE117, First Floor in Electrical BuildingCE120, First Floor in Electrical BuildingCE004, Ground Floor in Electrical BuildingCE118, First Floor in Electrical Building4.3. Library / Study roomSl. No1.2.Name of the Lab/WorkshopMale Study roomFemale Study roomDetailsCE116, First Floor in Electrical BuildingCE110, First Floor in Electrical Building4.4. Important OfficesSl. No1.2.3.4.5.6.7.8.9.10.11.12.Name of the OfficesHoD officeEngineering Students AffairEngineering StoreOJT officeQuality Assurance officeDepartment Registrar officeECT Section Registrar officeComputer Engineering staffofficeTelecommunicationEngineering staff officeBiomedical Engineering staffofficeMathematics (Engineering)Staff officeElectrical Power staff officeRoom Number & BuildingCE122, First Floor in Electrical BuildingCE105, First Floor in Electrical BuildingCE109, First Floor in Electrical BuildingCE109, First Floor in Electrical BuildingCE115, First Floor in Electrical BuildingCE111, First Floor in Electrical BuildingCE102, First Floor in Electrical BuildingCE124, First Floor in Electrical BuildingCE116, First Floor in Electrical BuildingCE011 & CE007, First Floor in Electrical BuildingPage 17

V. ACADEMIC INFORMATION5.1. Engineering degree structureTotal duration of Engineering degree:Organization of Engineering degree:4 years and 4 levelsDiploma (First year)Diploma (Second year)Advance DiplomaBachelors1 year1 year1 year1 on5.2. Organization of each level in degree:Number of Courses in each level:12Duration of each Level:1 year (3 semesters) Semester 1 (from September to December) – 5 courses Semester 2 (from January to April) – 5 courses Semester 3 (from May to June) – 2 courses5.3. Academic ProgressionIntake fromFoundationDIPLOMA (FirstYear)DIPLOMA (SecondYear)LEVELSpecialization will be allotted afterFirst year based on basis of CGPAand choice of student.2.0 GPA 2.50On Job TrainingDIPLOMALABOUR MARKETSKILLEDTECHNICIANGPA 2.50ADVANCEDIPLOMA2.0 GPA 2.7ADVANCE DIPLOMAOn Job TrainingTECHNOLOGISTLABOUR MARKETGPA 2.75On Job TrainingB.TECHB.TECHPROFESSIONALLABOUR MARKETPage 18

VI. ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE6.1. Grading SystemThe table below shows the grade and grade point for various marks.GRADEMARKSAAB BBC BELOW 55GRADEPOINT43.73.33.02.72.32.01.71.00.06.2. Passing GradeThe passing grade is C for all specialization courses. C- for all departmental requirement courses and Dfor all college requirement courses. The passing grade to be achieved in different courses is specified inChapter X - Course plan of this hand book.6.3. Semester GPA and CGPA Calculation6.3.1. Semester GPA CalculationGPA is Grade Point Average and it is generally referred to as semester GPA. It is calculated withthe grades obtained by a student in different courses he/she has registered in a particular semester.GPA is arrived at by the following procedure.Step 1:Step 2:Step 3:Step 4:Multiply the grade point achieved of each course by number of credit hours of course.Find the sum of the data obtained in step 1.Total up the number of credit hours of all registered courses of that semester.Divide the data obtained in step 2 by the data obtained in step 3. This is SGPA.The semester GPA calculation for a sample case is as follows.CODEENGL 1100MATH 1100ASAC 1101ITSE 1100CECE 1200COURSE TITLEADVANCED WRITING 1COLLEGE ALGEBRAFUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRYINFORMATION SYSTEMS & MULTIMEDIAENGINEERING GRAPHICSCREDITHOURSGRADEACHIEVEDGRADEPOINTS13434CC ABB-22.33.732.7Page 19

Semester GPA Σ (Credit hours x Credit points) Σ Total Credit hours {(1 x 2) (3 x 2.3) (4 x 3.7) (3 x 3) (4 x 2.7)} {1 3 4 3 4} 43.5 15 2.90Therefore Semester GPA 2.906.3.2. CGPA CalculationCGPA is Cumulative Grade Point Average. It is calculated with the grades obtained by a student indifferent courses in more than one semester.Case 1:SEMESTER 1CODEENGL 1100MATH 1100ASAC 1101ITSE 1100CECE 1200COURSE TITLEADVANCED WRITING ICOLLEGE ALGEBRAFUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRYINFORMATION SYSTEMS & MULTIMEDIAENGINEERING GRAPHICSCREDITHOURSGRADEACHIEVEDGRADEPOINTS13434CC ABB-22.33.732.7STATUSNOTESTATUSNOTESEMESTER GPA {(1 x 2) (3 x 2.3) (4 x 3.7) (3 x 3) (4 x 2.7)} {1 3 4 3 4} 43.5 15 2.90CGPA {(1 x 2) (3 x 2.3) (4 x 3.7) (3 x 3) (4 x 2.7)} {1 3 4 3 4} 43.5 15 2.90SEMESTER 2CODEENGL 1200MATH 1200PHYS 1200EEPW 1140EECP 1290COURSE TITLEADVANCED WRITING IICALCULUS FOR ENGINEERINGPHYSICS I (ENGINEERING)ENGINEERING WORKSHOPCOMPUTER PROGRAMMING FOR ENGGCREDITHOURSGRADEACHIEVEDGRADEPOINTS14433BC BBF32.32.730NSEMESTER GPA {(1 x 3) (4 x 2.3) (4 x 2.7) (3 x 3) (3 x 0)} {1 4 4 3 3}Page 20

32 15 2.13CGPA {(1 x 2) (3 x 2.3) (4 x 3.7) (3 x 3) (4 x 2.7) (1 x 3) (4 x 2.3) (4 x 2.7) (3 x 3) (3 x 0)} {1 3 4 3 4 1 4 4 3 3} – from both the semesters 1 & 2 75.5 30 2.51Case 2:SEMESTER 1CODEENGL 1100MATH 1100ASAC 1101ITSE 1100CECE 1200COURSE TITLEADVANCED WRITING ICOLLEGE ALGEBRAFUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRYINFORMATION SYSTEMS & MULTIMEDIAENGINEERING 433DBBBF132.730STATUSNOTENSEMESTER GPA {(1 x 2) (3 x 1) (4 x 3.7) (3 x 3) (4 x 2.7)} {1 3 4 3 4} 2.64CGPA {(1 x 2) (3 x 1) (4 x 3.7) (3 x 3) (4 x 2.7)} {1 3 4 3 4} 2.64SEMESTER 2CODEMATH 1100ENGL 1200PHYS 1200EEPW 1140EECP 1290COURSE TITLECOLLEGE ALGEBRAADVANCED WRITING IIPHYSICS I (ENGINEERING)ENGINEERING WORKSHOPCOMPUTER PROGRAMMING FOR ENGGSTATUSNOTENNPage 21

SEMESTER GPA {(3 x 1) (1 x 3) (4 x 2.7) (3 x 3) (3 x 0)} {3 1 4 3 3} 1.84CGPA {(1 x 2) (3 x 1) (4 x 3.7) (3 x 3) (4 x 2.7) {(3 x 1) (1 x 3) (4 x 2.7) (3 x 3) (3 x 0)} {1 3 4 3 4 3 1 4 3 3} 1.97SEMESTER 3CODEMATH 1100EECP 1290COURSE TITLECOLLEGE ALGEBRACOMPUTER PROGRAMMING FOR ATUSNOTERRSEMESTER GPA {(3 x 2) (3 x 1.7)} {3 3} 1.85CGPA {(1 x 2) (4 x 3.7) (3 x 3) (4 x 2.7) (3 x 1) (1 x 3) (4 x 2.7) (3 x 3) (3 x 2) (3 x 1.7)} {1 3 4 4 1 4 3 4 3 3} 2.226.4. Academic ProbationThe students with a semester GPA of less than 2.00 are given chance to slow down their studies byputting them into academic probation. They can be put into academic probation in two consecutivesemesters as academic probation 1 and academic probation 2. The academic probation resets to 0 when astudent comes out of it by satisfying the given conditions.A full time student will be under academic probation, if his/her GPA is less than 2.00 in any semester.The semester after he has got less than semester GPA 2.00 would be his/her academic probation 1.He/she would be allowed to register for a maximum of 12 credit hours during probation.A student can come out of academic probation if he/she passes all courses registered and gets a CGPA of 2.00. The student would enter into probation 2 if he/she fails a course or gets a semester GPA or CGPAof less than 2.00 at the end of academic probation 1.6.5. DismissalA student will be dismissed from the college based on the following criteria.Page 22

Failure to obtain a semester GPA of 2.00 at the end of second academic probation.Being absent from all the classes for two consecutive weeks, without an acceptable reason.Upon the decision made by disciplinary committee to dismiss a student.6.6. Postponement of studyThe college council is authorized, in case of acceptable reasons, to agree to the postponement of astudent’s study for a maximum period of two semesters, throughout the period of his/her study. Thestudent has to submit the request with relevant documents to Assistant Dean Student’s Affairs.6.7. Student AttendanceStudent attendance is an important issue in the process of learning. The students are expected to attend allthe lectures and lab sessions promptly on time. This would help them to keep themselves confident in thecourses they study and perform well in the exams. To be eligible to sit in the final exam, student shouldhave 80% attendance in the class.The tool that aids to regulate student attendance is warning letters. Students are issued three warningletters in a semester if they do not attend all the classes properly. First warning is issued if a student isabsent for 10% of the lectures/lab sessions. Second warning is issued on 20% absence. The third warningis on 30% absence. Upon third warning the student is debarred from exams.Page 23

VII. ADVISING & REGISTRATION8.1. Academic Advisors and their role8.1.1. Major Role of AdvisorStudents enrolled in college are assigned advisors to assist them in planning the courses followinga given educational program of study and other required assistance.The role of the academic advisor extends beyond course and program scheduling. Advisors canassist the student with virtually all aspects of the academic experience and provide informationregarding campus resources as needed. Some of the specific responsibilities of academic advisorsinclude but are not limited to: Selection of Specialization after Diploma (First year)Planning and advising coursesMonitoring academic progressClarification of academic policiesAssistance with academic issues8.1.2. When to see Advisor:You can contact your advisor on any matters related to your educational progress. You areresponsible for sharing essential information about your academic progress, strengths andweaknesses etc.All students must report to their advisor before every General Registration period in the start ofsemester. Ideally, students should see their advisors at least once in a week.8.2. Advising & Registration Procedure8.2.1. AdvisingStudents have to meet the advisors prior to every registration process in the start of everysemester. This meeting will be very important as they have to discuss the courses to be registeredin coming semester.Once the courses to be registered will be finalized than Advisor will advise the courses in theAcademic module.8.2.2. RegistrationRegistration will be done online by the student on the defined schedule using the Onlineregistration system. Online registration system can be accessed by the students using thefollowing URL.www.manpower.gov.om/college system.A Username and Password will be required for using this system, which can be obtained/verifiedfrom the advisor. Student can ask for a demonstration about the usage of the system before thescheduled date of registration to avoid any delay or problem.For Registration schedule and other important information regarding the Advising and Regi

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