Teaching, learning and assessment strategies of the institution structured to facilitate the achievement of the intended learning outcomes
Teaching schedule starts by setting the PEOs, POs and COs of the curriculum. In the beginning of the semester, the Principle conducts a meeting to discuss previous semester’s results and other details and remedial actions for the next semester. In each semester, the teaching process begins by bridge course which is helpful for the students. HOD collects the subject preferences from the faculty and allocates the subjects on the basis of specialization. The staff has to plan the course, tutorial, assignments and topics beyond the syllabus. The staff can use the NPTEL videos available through the college portal, use the smart classroom for lecturing and tutorial sessions and also use virtual labs.
After allotting the subject, a time table will be set. Staff conducts lectures and tutorial hours for each subject according to the syllabus and their course plan. The students are monitored by weekly test, series test and also in the tutorial classes. Based on the performance of the students, each department arranges remedial classes in the evening. Students can discuss their difficult topics with their faculty during the extra time given in the evening. Students can use the library from morning 7am to 7pm in the evening. Students are also provided with lecture notes, presentation slides and NPTEL videos. They can also use the virtual lab if needed.
The teaching-learning process is assessed throughout the course. The assessment is done though weekly tests, series tests, assignments and tutorial sessions. At the end of the course, each course coordinator do the course outcome (CO) evaluation on the basis of all test conducted, given assignments and course feedback from students. HOD monitors the teaching process through feedback from the students and class committee meeting. Issues, if any, are addressed and remedial actions are taken accordingly.