Cells and Committees
Internal Quality Assurance Cell
Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) has been formed comprising the following members of the Institutes to monitor, assess the academic activities of the Institute.
The present revised IQAC Committee 2023 comprises of the following members:
|Sl. No.||Name||Designation||Commitee Position||Email-id|
|1||Prof. (Dr.) Anirban Chakrabarty||Principal||Chairperson|
|2||Prof. (Dr.) Sajal Kumar Giri||Professor||IQAC Coordinator|
|3||Prof. (Dr.) Aloke Kumar Ghosh||Executive Director||Member from the Management|
|4||Prof. (Dr.) Moloy Kumar Banerjee||Professor||Teacher Representative|
|5||Dr. Anirban Mandal||Associate Professor||Teacher Representative|
|6||Dr. Rupa Bhattacharyya||Associate Professor||Teacher Representative|
|7||Dr. Prasanta Guha||Associate Professor||Teacher Representative|
|8||Dr. Tamal Chakraborty||Associate Professor||Teacher Representative|
|9||Dr. Niladri Sekhar Datta||Associate Professor||Teacher Representative|
|10||Prof. Kaushik Sinha Raya||Assistant Professor||Teacher Representative|
|11||Dr. Priya Roy Karmakar||Assistant Professor||Teacher Representative|
|12||Dr. Dipayan Nath||Assistant Professor||Teacher Representative|
|13||Prof. Subhasis Chanda||Assistant Professor||Teacher Representative|
|14||Dr. Monalisha Ghosh||Assistant Professor||Teacher Representative|
|15||Mr. Sourav Kundu||Operational Head Ejob India||Member from Employer|
|16||Mr. Kuntal Mandal||Analyst, Capgemini||Member from Alumni-EE|
|17||Mr. Sayan Mitra||System Specialist, Allianz Technology||Member from Alumni-ECE|
|18||Sayak Ghosh||Student||Member from student-CSE|
|19||Ratnadeep Mukherjee||Student||Member from student -ECE|
|20||Mr. Sourav Chakraborty||CEO, Apex||Member from Industry|
|21||Mr. Atanu Bhattacharyya||Director-Sage Associates Kolkata||Member from guardian|
|22||Dr. Sunipa Roy||HOD-ECE Dept. and IQAC coordinator Guru Nanak Institute of Technology||Invited member|
Internal Complaint Committee (ICC)
As per the guidelines of UGC and the Supreme Court an Internal Complaint Committee has been established by this institute to provide a healthy and congenial atmosphere to the staff and students of the institute.
The Chairperson and Members of the Internal Complaint Committee are as follows:
|Dr. Rupa Bhattacharyya||Chairperson|
|Dr. Sajal Kumar Giri||Member|
|Mr. Rahul Ghosh||Member|
|Prof. Tapas Roy||Member|
|Dr. Gargi Chakraborty||Member|
|Ms. Sumantrini Banerjee||Member|
|Prof. Santanu Roy||Member|
|Ms. Debopriya Mitra, CSDS 2020||Member|
|Ms. Nabanita Ghosh, ECE 2020||Member|
|Mr. Atin Ray, MCA 2022||Member|
The definitions and policies of Internal Complaint Committee are as mentioned below:
Any unwelcome sexually motivated behavior, whether directly or by implication involving physical contacts or advances, demand for sexual favors, sexually-tainted remarks, and other unwelcome physical, verbal or non-verbal expressions of a sexual nature which affects women's right to work in a congenial environment at the workplace.
The provision of these rules and procedures shall apply to all students and academic and non-academic staff of FIEM. These rules and regulations shall be applicable to all complaints of sexual harassment made by:
A student against member/members of academic or non-academic staff or co-students or a member of the academic or non-academic community against a student/ students or another member of the academic or nonacademic community within and outside the campus.
A service provider against a student/students or a member/ members of the academic or non-academic staff or a student or a member of academic or non- academic staff against an outsider or service provider, if the alleged sexual harassment is reported to have taken place within the campus.
Filing of Complaints:
Complaints of sexual harassment shall be lodged with the Committee. Such complaints should be taken up by the Committee for resolution as promptly as possible, but by not later than two days after the complaint on the alleged incident is received
The complaints should be made in writing. If the complainant is not able to give in writing himself/herself, the complaint can be given in writing or his/her behalf by his/her companion.
Normally, a complaint should be lodged within a week after the incident. In special circumstances, the time limit for the submission of complaints may be extended to a month. The special circumstances that led to the granting of such extension should be recorded by the committee.
The complainant is at liberty to withdraw the complaint at any stage of enquiry, provided such withdrawal is made independently and under free will. The enquiry may be terminated on receipt of the request for such withdrawal.
The Committee is empowered to terminate the enquiry proceeding and to give ex-parte decision on the complaint, on valid grounds.
The enquiry committee shall complete the enquiry in the shortest possible time, not exceeding a month from the date on which the complaint is referred to it, except for special reasons.
It shall submit a detailed report to the institute authority communicating its findings based on its investigations. The committee in cases in which the accused is/are found guilty, should indicate the gravity of the offence, whether it is major, serious or minor.
Redressive Disciplinary Action:Committee would pass on the findings of the enquiry committee to the institute authority for taking appropriate redressive action. If the authority finds that there is requirement for further investigation and, he may order for a review of the Report by the enquiry committee and may even refer the case to competent legal authority, if it is of a grave nature.
False/Baseless Complaint:If the enquiry committee finds no merit in a complaint, the Chairperson of Committee may issue a show-cause notice to the complainant requiring him/her to explain within three days as to why disciplinary action should not be taken against him/her. In the event of a negative insufficient or unconvincing explanation, Committee shall pass on the papers to the authority for imposing appropriate penalty in order to exclude the possibility of recurrence of such motivated complaints. In complaints involving faculty and students, the faculty shall not teach or supervise the work of the student concerned during the period of enquiry and till the decision on the case. Members of the academic and /or non-academic staff involved in such complaints either as the victim or as the accused shall not write the confidential reports of the complainant or the victim during the enquiry and decision of the case.
Committee Of SC/ST Cell
SC/ST cell has been constituted in the institute to resolve all the affairs and problems related to the SC/ST faculties, Employees and students of the institute.
The committee functions under the chairmanship of the Principal.
|Dr. Anirban Chakrabarty||Principal|
|Dr. Jaydip Nath, Professor||Member|
|Mr. Rahul Ghosh, Administrative Officer||Member|
|Ms. Moumita Bhunia, Assistant Professor||Member|
|Dr. Dipak Mondal, Associate Professor||Member|
|Ms. Hridita Das, EE 2020||Member|
|Mr. Kaniska Bayen, CSDS 2020||Member|
The committee ensures the effective implementation of the policies and programmes of the Government of India, UGC, AICTE and State Governments with regard to SC/ST.
It also suggests measures for achieving the objectives laid down by the various government agencies. The committee meets at least two times in a year and the decisions arrived at is mandatory to be implemented.
Its function is also to help the SC/ST categories to integrate with the mainstream of the institute community and to remove difficulties, which they may be experiencing.
Registering the complaints in writing form, if any and address it for its peaceful resolution.
The Committee meets at least two times in a year and the decisions arrived at are mandatory to be implemented instantly.
Establishment of Anti Ragging Committee
As notified separately, the Honorable Supreme Court has directed that the prevention of ragging in the institutions is the collective responsibility of the institute and that the police shall sumo-moto take cognizance of incidents of ragging in case it is found that the Institute has not discharged its responsibility of preventing the ragging of students. Any student found indulging / indulged in the act of ragging may be expelled and his/her admission to the Institute may be refused /cancelled.
In pursuance of the above order, an ANTI-RAGGING COMMITTEE comprising the following personnel has been constituted in the institute. This committee will be valid till formation of new committee.
|Name||Position||E-mail ID||Mobile Nos.|
|Head of the Institution|
|Dr. Aloke Kumar Ghosh||Chairman||9433797340|
|Representatives of Faculty Members|
|Dr. Anirban Chakraborty||Member||9883437767|
|Dr. Sajal Kumar Giri||Member||8016210008|
|Prof. Tapas Roy||Member||9831033357|
|Dr. Anirban Mandal||Member||9433854228|
|Dr. Gargi Chakraborty||Member||9831914547|
|Dr. Prasanta Guha||Member||9239225767|
|Prof. Santanu Roy||Member||9434400109|
|Representatives of Non-Teaching Staff|
|Mr. Rahul Ghosh||Member||9831873957|
|Mr. Chanchal Pal||Member||9903250733|
|Representatives of Civil and Police Administration|
|Officer-in-charge, Sonarpur P.S.||Member||6292205876|
|Representatives of Media Person|
|Mr. Anirban Sinha Ray, India Today||Member||9163150626|
|Representatives of NGO Person|
|Mr. Prasanta Biswas, Spandanam||Member||9051016781|
|Representatives of Parents|
|Mr. Gurupada Khatua (Father of Rupam Khatua, CSE 2021-22)||Member||9932229203|
|Mr. Badal Saha (Father of Shubhadeep Saha, EE 2019-20)||Member||9007616317|
|Representatives of Senior Students|
|Jitvan Singh Mangat, CSE 2021-22||Member||9330488570|
|Shweta Das, ECE 2021-22||Member||6290295038|
|Representatives of 2nd year Students|
|Ankan Pramanik, IT 2022-23||Member||6290932433|
|Rumela Chowdhury, MCA 2022-23||Member||8961389099|
|Representatives of 1st year Students|
|*** Will be included soon|
Student Counseling & Grievence Redressal Cell
The objective of the Students Counseling and Grievance Redressal Cell is to develop a responsible and positive attitude among students in order to maintain a harmonious educational atmosphere in Future Institute of Engineering and Management Campus.
|Prof. (Dr.) Anirban Chakrabarty||Chairperson||Principal|
|Prof.(Dr.) Moloy Kumar Banerjee||Professor & HoD||ME|
|Dr. Prasanta Guha||Assistant Professor||MBA|
|Dr. Rupa Bhattacharyya||Associate Professsor||BSH|
|Prof. Nataraj Gangopadhyay||Assistant Professor||CSE|
|Ms. Sumantrini Banerjee||Admin Coordinator||Admin|
|Prof. Sukhendu Samajdar||Director||School of Applied Science and Technology, MAKAUT (University)|
|State DTE nominee||Request letter sent|
|Sayak Ghosh||Student||CSE-3rd Yr|
Student Counseling / Grievance Redressal Cell has been constituted for the redressal of the problems reported by the students with the following objectives:
Upholding the dignity of the Institution by ensuring strife free atmosphere in the Institute through promoting cordial student-student relationship and student teacher relationship etc.
To support, those students who have been deprived of the services for which he/she is entitled.
To make teaching and supporting staff responsive, accountable, courteous in dealing with the students.
ensure effective solution to the student grievances with an impartial and fair approach.
Encouraging the students to express their grievance /problems freely and frankly without any fear of being victimized.
Advising the students to respect the right of dignity of one another and show restraint and patience whenever any occasion arises.
Advising the students to refrain from inciting students against other students or teachers and institute Administration.
To ensure effective solution to the students grievances with an impartial and fair approach.
Anti-Discrimination Cell / Equal Opportunity Cell
Future Institute of Engineering and Management is a place where the learning is celebrated every day. The Institute invites everybody with equal opportunity into its fold irrespective of caste, religion, language or based on gender. The Institute ensures that every individual inside the ca1npus exercise equal rights and acquire in the process of offering or receiving education. Everybody inside the campus enjoys unique affiliation i.e., of the institution and the institute promises to its stakeholders an inclusive model of education. Justice, Peace and Revolution are the roots based on which the living syste1n exist in the campus. Any act, speech or intentions that perturb the harmony among the people is seriously regarded and dealt on immediate basis to restore the peace. Any such issues if found shall be brought into the notice by email to Anti-Discrimination officer, Dr. Sajal Kumar Giri, Registrar at
The Anti-Discrimination Cell has been constituted in compliance to the UGC regulations (Promotion of Equity in Higher Educational Institutions), with the following members to look after the related matters of students and staff.
|Dr. Sajal Kumar Giri||Anti-Discrimination Officer||ADMIN|
|Mr. Arindam Sinharoy||Member||IT|
|Ms. Rupali Banerjee||Member||CSE|
|Mr. Abhijit Kumar Pal||Member||ECE|
|Ms. Bidisha Patra||Member||MCA|
|Ms. Sayantika Das, ECE 2019||Member||ECE|
|Ms. Hridita Das, EE 2020||Member||EE|
Research & Development Cell
RDC which aims to nurture research culture in the College by promoting research in newly emerging and challenging frontier areas of Engineering, Technology, Management, Science and Humanities. It encourages the students and faculty to undertake the research in newly emerging frontier areas including multidisciplinary fields. This enhances the general research capability of budding technocrats by way of participating in conferences, seminars, workshops, project competition, etc.
To create a conducive environment for enhanced research productivity
To create awareness and opportunities in Research and Development among the faculty and students and to create Research and Development atmosphere in every department
To create atmosphere among the staff members to take up Research projects and improve their knowledge, skills and qualifications by registering Ph.D’s
To motivate the faculty members of the group for R&D activities in the area of their specialization
To encourage staff members and students to publish technical papers for publishing in National and reputed International Conferences/ Journals
To undertake research activities and development projects offered by agencies such as DRDO, DST, AICTE, UGC etc.
To assist for applying and getting funds for conducting Seminar/Workshop/FDP from various available funding agencies
To facilitate the growth of research activity among the academic community
To coordinate faculty level workshops and staff development activities on research-related issue.
In order to promote research and development activities, the institute extends its full support to students/ faculty/ staff. Full/Partial financial support is given to all innovative research & development works taken up by the students, faculty and staff members. The college encourages students, faculty and staff to participate in National/International Conferences, Training programs.
The institution has a research and development committee in addition to state of art technology RDC facilities to facilitate and monitor research activities. The faculty as well as students is actively engaged in reactivity & other research projects.
|Dr. Anirban Chakrabarty||Principal||Principal|
|Dr. Dipankar Ghosh||Convenor||ECE|
|Dr. Prasanta Guha||Member||MBA|
|Dr. Rupa Bhattacharyya||Member||BSH|
|Dr. Jitendra Patra||Member||ME|
|Arindam Sinha Roy||Member||IT|
|Dr. Sajal Kumar Giri||Member||Head MIS|
Industry Institute Cell
The Industry Institute Cell was organized in the year 2021, as continuous interaction between academia and industry which is the need of the hour. The cell is the bridge between the industry, the real world and the institute. It provides a platform for both the students as well as faculty members to be aware of industry expectations of skill sets required for students. This will enhance the Teaching Learning Process and enable the Institution to produce quality students. Such interactions can thus be of mutual benefit to the institution as well as the industry.
It provides hands on training to students with mapping of curriculum, promote & educate the faculty about the current trends in the industry and also make our students employment ready by enhancing their skills in par with industry requirement.
Our goal was in organizing workshops, conferences and symposia with joint participation of the institution and the industry. Also to arrange for experts from industry to visit and deliver lectures for students on the current trends & happenings in a particular sector. We are on process of signing MOUs with industries for mutual benefit of industry & institution.
|Dr. Dipankar Ghosh||Chairperson||ECE|
|Dr. Jitendra Patra||Member||ME|
|Mr. Rahul Ghosh||Member||ECE|
|Prof. Santanu Roy||Member||CSE (DS)|
|Prof Amitabha Bhattacharjee||Member||EE|
|Dr. Prasanta Guha||Member||MBA|
|Dr. Tamal Chakraborty||Member||CSE|
|Mr. Satyajit Chowdhhury||Member||Training & Placement|
Library Committee (2023)
|Dr. Aloke Kumar Ghosh (Chairperson)||Executive Director Team Future|
|Dr. Anirban Chakraborty (Secretary)||Principal In Charge, FIEM|
|Dr. Moloy Banerjee (Member)||HOD, ME|
|Prof. Avijit Saha (Member)||HOD, EE|
|Dr. Anirban Mandal (Member)||TIC, ECE|
|Prof. Tapas Roy (Member)||HOD, CSE|
|Prof. Santanu Roy (Member)||HOD, CSE-DS|
|Prof. Ashoktaru Pal (Member)||TIC, CA|
|Dr. Prasanta Guha (Member)||HOD, MBA|
|Dr. Arunav Chakrabarty (Member)||HOD, BS&H|
|Shubhau Dan, Library (Convener)||Asst Librarian|