Welcome to R P Sarathy Institute of Technology, Salem, Tamilnadu, India



Curriculum Planning

R P Sarathy Institute of Technology is affiliated to Anna University to offer UG & PG programmes in Engineering and Technology. Anna University has implemented Choice Based Credit System from 2017 in its syllabus. The University directs and guides its affiliated colleges with curriculum and academic calendar for each semester. In the interest of effective curriculum delivery our college has various committees to enhance the learning experience of our students.

Department Advisory Committee

The Department Advisory Committee (DAC) discusses the curriculum gaps and proposes ways to address it through Add-on courses. Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) discusses with Academic Council and approves it for further implementation by all the HODs.

Subject Allocation

Subject allotment is done based on faculty member’s specialization, willingness, their previous experience and results produced in University exams. The HOD discusses and directs the faculty members on the teaching methodologies and time frame for effective completion of the syllabus.

Design of Course Plan

Each faculty member designs comprehensive course plan for theory and laboratory, based on credits specified in the course to deliver the subject content for better performance in Internal Assessment Tests. The course plan includes text book(s), reference book(s), online resource(s), question bank, ICT tool(s) and Additional Learning material.

Monitoring the course delivery

HODs and the Principal, regularly monitors the delivery of the course. Feedbacks are received periodically from the students to assess the effective course delivery and syllabus completion. The Class Committee meetings are conducted periodically, where the student representatives express their difficulties in academic areas.

Experiential Learning

Guest lecturers, Industrial visits, industry interaction meetings, hands on training and various technical training programmes are organized with experienced resource persons to enhance the curricular inputs and to meet the challenges in emerging technical environment for the students. The content is designed to make the students industry ready and tune them to be employable engineers/entrepreneurs.


Each faculty is assigned as mentor for 10 students. The mentors have counseling sessions with their mentees from time to time in order to provide guidance to students and encourage them to achieve their goals.

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