Quality Sub Manual
The Quality Sub-Manual (QSM) is developed to assist the users and administrators in efficiently and effectively utilizing and managing the resources and facilities. The QSM also highlights that in achieving quality, the health and safety of users and administrators is at the highest priority.
QSM for Computer Laboratories
The Computer Laboratories are within the supervision of the Computer Services Section (CSS) under the Educational Technology Center. Computer Laboratory serves as one of the major avenues of learning in Shinas College of Technology (ShCT). It is important that everyone in the institution understand the importance of the Computer Laboratory in delivering a high standard of learning and teaching. For this matter, it is also vital to consider the processes on how to take care of the resources inside the Computer Laboratory. This cannot only be done through monitoring and maintaining but also with a proper set of guidelines and protocols. These protocols should embody an effective quality standard that will produce excellent results in technology-based learning.
As CSS sets the quality standards for the computer laboratories, CSS does not only focus on the facilities inside the laboratory but most especially to the users and their output using the computer laboratory resources. The quality of resources and the support from Technical Team increase the quality of output of the users.
To be able to achieve an excellent result, this Quality Sub-Manual has been designed to accomplish ShCT’s mission and goals that will lead in promoting the vision of the college as a whole.
QSM for Civil Engineering
The Quality Sub Manual for Civil Engineering aims to provide both its staff and students with all the information in order to familiarize with their duties and responsibilities, programs/courses and policies and procedures.
Civil Engineering is a challenging field and requires sound footing in Mathematics, Applied Sciences and Computation skills to solve engineering problems in the areas of Hydraulics, Geotechnical, Structural and environmental Engineering. The curriculum is designed to facilitate the students to develop their capabilities by using modern techniques to solve engineering problems and utilize them in the construction projects of the country.
The primary goal of the CIVIL DEPARTMENT Program is to allow civil engineering students to incorporate and emphasize the lessons learned in the classroom into a real - world experience set in a professional practice - oriented environment, with the intern work preferably overseen by a licensed professional civil engineer. In addition to offering students the opportunity to demonstrate and develop their technical skills, participation in the program allows students to develop professional skills such as teamwork, effective communication, social interaction and professional networking, an understanding of business procedures, leadership, and critical thinking. Finally, the program is designed to provide students with paid work experience knowledge.
Quality Sub Manual for Electrical Engineering
This QSM is used as a guiding document for ensuring quality in Electrical Engineering Laboratories.
The policies related to the laboratory staff, including their duties and responsibilities, training programs is briefed in Chapter 2. Chapter 3 gives the details of teaching and learning process in the lab (including the orientation programs). Chapter 4 discusses Health and safety policies. Chapter 5 mentions about maintenance and cleaning activities. Chapter 6 deals with the policy in upgrading the facilities and improvement. Chapter 7 states an overview of the different activities related to Laboratory Resources and Materials including storage, labeling, procurement and inventory control, Purchase and Receiving of material etc. Chapter 8 presents the policies regarding the laboratory structure and amenities and budget allocation. Chapter 9 deals with inspection and internal auditing.
Quality Sub Manual for Mechanical Engineering
This QSM is used as a guiding document for ensuring quality in Mechanical Engineering Laboratories.
The policies related to the laboratory staff, including their duties and responsibilities, training programs is briefed in Chapter 2. Chapter 3 gives the details of teaching and learning process in the laboratory (including the orientation programs). Chapter 4 discusses health and safety policies. Chapter 5 states about the maintenance and cleaning activities. Chapter 6 deals with the policy in upgrading and improvement of the mechanical engineering facilities. Chapter 7 gives an overview of the different activities related to laboratory resources and materials including storage, labeling, procurement and inventory control, purchase and receiving of materials. Chapter 8 presents the policies regarding the laboratory structure and amenities, and budget allocation. Chapter 9 deals with inspection and internal auditing.