1.1.1 Curricular Planning and Implementation

1.1.1 The Institution ensures effective curriculum planning and delivery through a well-planned and documented process including Academic calendar and conduct of continuous internal assessment

The University frames the UG course curricula in accordance with the CBCS/NEP semester system. The Board of Studies, which is constituted also by our college teachers, makes modifications to the syllabus of various subject areas. The UGC permits only 10% local modification of the syllabus. This modification is done at the university level and college has almost no scope to formulate a curriculum. However, at our college level, the departmental teachers formulate their own lesson plans (for example see Dept. of Chemistry) accordingly and address the curricula to deliver it in the best possible way.

The Teachers’ Council forms many academic sub committees for planning and delivery of the curriculum. Some of such committees are Routine Committee, Examination Committee, Seminar Committee, Smart Class Committee, Library Committee, etc.

The delivery of the curricula is aided by ICT tools like smart boards, e-notes, e-resources, social media applications in addition to the traditional chalk and talk method.

The teachers meet their mentees as and when required. Remedial classes are arranged for slow learners as and when approached by the mentees. Tutorial classes for most of the courses are a part of the curriculum as per mandate of the university and hence such classes are a pert of our routine. Strict guidelines are in place to ensure that the teachers fulfill their syllabus according to the number of classes allocated in the approved syllabus by the university.

At the start of each session, a general routine is prepared for each B.A, B.Com & B.Sc stream in consultation of the routine committee and teachers council of the college. This master routine is displayed on the college notice board and on the college website for a wide publicity. Each department strictly adheres to the master routine. There is a provision of a special hour each day in the routine for the conduction of Add On courses, Seminars, Webinars, Student-Teacher meetings, Class test etc.

An online examination portal is used by all the departments of the college for the conduction of class tests, internal assessments on a regular basis. However, offline continuous internal exams are also conducted as required. The college also conducts the end semester examinations of other students of the university being a centre for the exams.

An Academic Calendar is published at the beginning of every session, and is uploaded on the website and is also displayed on the college notice board. The academic calendar exhaustively includes University and college activities and events, Commemorate days, Holidays, Internal Assessment Schedules, Semester Examination Schedules etc.

During COVID lockdown, only online classes, mentoring, webinars, and other activities were held. At present, offline mode is mainly followed by the college. However, the provision of conduction of online seminars, class tests are also there.