Criterion 4 - Curricular Aspects

Key Indicator - 4.1 Curriculum Design and Development


The Institution has adequate infrastructure and other facilities for

1.teaching – learning, viz., classrooms, laboratories, computing equipment etc
2.ICT – enabled facilities such as smart class, LMS etc.
3.Facilities for Cultural and sports activities, yoga centre, games (indoor and outdoor), Gymnasium, auditorium etc.

  • The MLR Institute of Technology has equipped itself with 92 classrooms including 80 ICT enabled smart class rooms, 23 staff rooms, 38 toilets, 50 computer labs, 04 science labs, 30 instrumentation centers, 15 Centres of excellence , 05 seminar halls, Library, Sports as per the guidelines given by the UGC, AICTE and JNTU-H.

    The institution is spread across 31 acres area which includes seven academic blocks, Srinivasa Ramanujan Block (SR BLOCK) with area of 5433.02 SQM, Dr. APJ. Abdul Kalam Block (AK BLOCK) with area of 5348.00 SQM, Jagadeesh Chandra Bose Block (JC BLOCK) with area of 5458.01 SQM, Mother Theresa Block (MT BLOCK) with area of 5917.84 SQM, Sir. C. V. Raman Block (Training and Placement Block) with area of 1731.37 SQM, Vikram Sarabhai Block (VS BLOCK) with area of 841.69 SQM, Mahatma Gandhi Block (M&G BLOCK) with area of 5000.2 SQM, Kalpana Chawala Block (KC Block) with area of 5422.95 SQM, with total built up area of 35153.08 SQM

    All laboratories are equipped with latest computing facility consists of licensed software (system software- 09 and applications software- 51) and Hi-End IT facilities like 2075 Computers,10 Smart Boards, 55 Printers, 105 Multimedia Projectors, 750 Mbps of Internet Bandwidth and 20 secured Wi-Fi connectivity access points. Student - computer ratio of 01: 2.6 is being maintained. The Central Library with an area of 1275 SQM is located in two floors with a seating capacity of 250. The digital library is equipped with 30 PCs which are connected with Wi-Fi and LAN for fast and seamless access of internet for streaming NPTEL lectures and using e-Resources for the benefit of students and staff.

    MLRIT encourages students to participate in various tournaments and cultural activities. Co-curricular activities are designed and balanced with the academic curriculum. The Department of Physical Education and Sports functions as an integral part of student life on the campus. The sports advisory committee consists of department wise faculty members and Physical Directors. Sports hours are included in the academic time table, sports facilities can be availed after college hours based on student and staff demand.

    A well-equipped Gymnasium and Yoga Centre of 900 square feet area established for both students and faculty to promote physical and mental health. The Indoor and Outdoor games includes Chess, Table Tennis, Aerobics room, Snookers, Caroms, Badminton, Basketball, Cricket, Football, Handball, Volleyball, Running track, Throw ball, Kabaddi, Kho-Kho, Baseball are available in good volume.

    MLRIT believes in bringing out extra-curricular skills of students through various cultural activities, A cultural club was established at the institution called “CAME club” and performs various activities and organizes events like celebration of orientation day, Independence Day, Republic day, Kite festival, Annual day, Traditional day, Graduation day, ECSTACY celebration etc.

    Open and closed auditoriums are designed to facilitate all levels of cultural programs. These are equipped with sound system, computer, projector and internet facility.


Percentage of expenditure excluding salary, for infrastructure development and augmentation year wise during the last five years

Response: 25.78