Best Practice


This institution has been established under the aegis of MADARSA-I-AIZZA, a registered educational society registered on 28th December 1961 under the Hyderabad societies registration Act No. 1 of 1350 fosli. In fact the Madrasa-i-aizza was founded in the year 1876 AD by the efforts of Moulvi Shaik Ahmed Husain sahib, Nawab Rafi Yar Jung, with the express object of imparting liberal / scientific / professional education to the children of Muslim community.

In the year 1945, the school was made a feeder of the Osmania University preparing students for the H.S.C public examinations. The late Nawab Sir Nizamath Jung, an illustrious son of the founder was associated with the school as honorary secretary for over 50 years till he retired in 1947 and during his regime the school made rapid strides on the path of progress. Telugu medium classes were opened as parallel section in the year 1955. In 1964, English classes were opened and in the year 1987, a modern school in English medium with name ?Neo School Aizza? was established. The year 1999 was a landmark in the history of the educational society when the management decided to start an engineering college in the educationally backward region of ADILABAD. The engineering college is functioning for the past 8 years very successfully.

The college is one of the best engineering colleges imparting quality education with values. It is affiliated to Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University (JNTU) and approved by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE).

Best Practice 1:

Green Initiatives and Energy Conservation.

The main objective is firstly to provide a pollution free environment with eco-friendly facilities to ensure and promote occupant health and a feeling of wellbeing so as to work proactively towards attaining useful knowledge. Secondly to provide an energy efficient facility to reduce the energy usage considerably with cost cuttings and provide alternate sources of energy with minimal maintenance issues, while improving the comfort and safety of campus buildings which includes a heritage structure as well.
The quality of life of a society depends on the type of energy resources used. The way we best manage these energy resources is its conservation apart from promoting sustainability
The main challenging issues which were addressed in implementing these two practices were: Being located in the heart of the metropolitan city surrounded by slum areas and other residential localities, maintaining a vast span of green campus is in itself a big challenge. But for the two century old tamarind trees there was no greenery. More than fifty date palm trees and a variety of medicinal plants were planted apart from maintaining lush green lawns. The heritage structure was in depilated condition which completely restored with its original glory by plastering, putty works and water proofing treatments apart from fresh coats of paint. Most of the traditional tube lights were replaced by LED tube lights and all the streetlights were replaced by solar paneled streetlights. All the pathways have been made pedestrian friendly. With the local authorities (GHMC) enabling liquid and solid waste collection and disposal facilities proper color coded dust bins are used for dumping. Rainwater harvesting pits were created to conserve the rain water. It is very rare to see an engineering college in the middle of a metropolitan city with such lush greenery which is pollution free and its occupants can boast good health and a feeling of wellbeing while gaining useful knowledge like the gurukuls. This is in stark contrast to other places where every nook and corner of the campus has some construction done on it. The college possesses a clean and green environment due the multiple initiatives taken by the management ever since its inception. Sprawling lawns duly maintained by dedicated gardeners with sprinklers all around greet visitors. The college boasts a heritage structure which hosts the Administrative block, dates back to 1840 A.D, which has been maintained professionally to retain its glory and splendor. Attractive pavement work adorns it on the facing side to preserve its foundation. Since the management is very passionate about maintaining the green environment and preserve the heritage structures a large budget is allocated for the complete maintenance apart from the routine academic and administrative expenditures, which would otherwise would have been a big constraint. Water conservation has also its priority hence Rain water harvesting pits have been constructed in three strategic catchment areas so as to replenish the depleting ground water levels. No outside water connection exists, as the institution is self sufficient to meet its daily water needs in the long run. In fact an exclusive drinking water line has been dedicated to the slum area twice daily. Compost pits are also in use for disposing organic waste from time to time to generate manure for the gardening purpose thereby avoiding additional purchases. With respect to the energy conservation traditional tube lights and street lights have been replaced by LED tube lights and Solar paneled street lights. Moving towards a paperless administration the bottlenecks were many, but considerable success has been achieved by maintaining software applications like admissions management, accounts section, examinations branch etc. Apart from this the social media and SMS facilities are extensively used to minimize the circulars to be circulated in the form of hard copies, thus reducing a consider amount of paper and printer ink. Care has been taken to provide facilities for the differently-abled by providing ramps with railings and lifts where ever necessary along with exclusive washrooms.
A considerable reduction in the electricity bills has been observed. Apart from this the high ceiling rooms which are well ventilated and illuminated by ample daylight further contributes towards the cost cutting measures by minimal use of electricity which is a tangible benefit. Paper cost and printing toner costs have also reduced considerably. Purchasing manure from outside sources for gardening is now obsolete. But what actually matters is the un-tangible nature of benefits like good health, attainment of more knowledge with better frame of mind and an excellent eco-friendly environment. Earlier years there were neither staff nor students who were differently abled, but with the proper care taken to attend to their special needs, both the stake holders have found it comfortable to be a part of this institution. It goes without saying that with the level of passion shown towards a green campus, we find a variety of beautiful flowers which adorn the plants and eventually many unique birds are attracted and found in the evening hours in the campus.
Issues and hurdles galore, when it comes to implementing new initiatives. Keeping in view the overall development with a long term plan and when you are up against a general laid back mindset, it takes a lot of planning, counseling and expenditure to execute the initiatives. The constraints and the problems faced relate to budgeting and finance, manpower management, procuring and deploying the resources, for implementing both the best practices as discussed above. But more than anything it is the passion and dedication from the management that serves as a driving force to overcome all the virtual and physical barriers. Off late the admitted student count has decreased due to various reasons all through the state of Telangana and despite the less admissions in the last few years and the financial losses incurred thereof, the management was committed to the cause of maintaining the above mentioned best practices. Resources were pooled in from all possible means to overcome the financial crunch apart from maintaining the total expenditures with regard to salaries, consumables and maintenance of various infrastructures

Best Practice 2:

Honoring social responsibility via National Service Scheme.

In view of Nawab Shah Alam Khan College of Engineering And Technology vision and to inculcate social responsibility amongst students, the institution provides platform for the practice of social values and ethics by involving social services and related activities while providing education and promoting social change. The Nawab Shah Alam Khan College of Engineering And Technology NSS unit carries out campus clean and green periodic programs. Every year, NSS organized special camps where students are exposed to various programs that interact with the local people. All kinds of programs are organized, such as Tree Planting, Yoga Classes, Swachh Bharat Abhiyan and Digital India, and the students provide people with useful information. Blood Donation Camp organized by the college NSS unit.

Students are encouraged to participate in Eye Checkup Camp and Dental Camp.
  1. The students are satisfied beyond expectation scale that the people of the local community should be served. And it gives them immense satisfaction.
  2. Gradual increase in the subsequent Blood Donation Camp. Appreciation Certificate for the conduct of the Blood Donation Camp.
  3. Participated in Clean and Green Campus, to spread awareness ii campus and locality.
Problems Encountered and Resources Required
  1. Local community people are unwilling to reject their superstitious practices, as they suffer a laid back mindset.

Get In Touch

  • Add : 16-4-1, New Malakpet, Near Railway Station, Malakpet, Hyderabad, INDIA.
  • Tel : 040 - 24561118, 24066894
  • Email : info@nsakcet.ac.in
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