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Teaching & Learning Process

Field/Industrial Visits

Teacher Learning Process

The Institute strives to make an active learning environment available to all students by enhancing the classroom experience in various ways. Fieldwork and hands-on project work, Individual work and collaborative group work are blended to optimize experiential learning. The College makes continuous and conscious efforts to enable its students to realize their potential and evolve as leaders and transforming agents of society.

Participative Learning:

  • The College organizes Guest lectures/Seminars/Conferences/Workshops/Alumni Lectures and interactive sessions with subject experts.
  • Students are given assignments that they have to present before their classmates. This helps in
    conceptual understanding and acquisition of effective communication skills. QA/GD/debates on
    relevant issues facilitate participative learning.
  • For critical and analytical thinking, students are given research questions. These research
    questions are sometimes developed into minor projects.
  • Slum visits are organized for group of students to gain social responsibilities of the lives of the
    people living in slum areas.
  • The students are encouraged to participate in debates and presentations.

Experiential Learning:

  • Field trips to biodiversity parks, heritage sites are organized to promote grass root understanding of concepts. Extensive use of Case Studies to improve the problem-solving ability of the students.
  • Visits to other higher education institutions/Universities/research labs/industries are facilitated & organised to bridge the gap between industry and academics.
  • Few disciplines have industrial training/experience of research methodology which helps students learn by experiencing practical applications of theoretical knowledge.
  • The Student Development Cell provides opportunities in career with the help of Placement Cell. 
  • The Research, Innovation & Incubation Cell helps students conduct independent research in survey methods, data collection and social outreach.
  • Teachers update their lecture content by referring to the rich collection of books and on that basis students prepare individual notes.
  • The college employs an interactive approach through discussions, debates and oral group presentations to encourage greater participation and interactive learning.
  • Newsletters, Magazines and Research Journals are published by the college to nurture creativity and other skills.

Problem Solving Methodology:

  • IT enabled learning tools such as Power Point Presentations (PPTs), Video Lectures, MOOCs, NPTEL, SWAYAM etc. are used by teachers.
  • IT saminarhall of each department are fully furnished with audio-video system & internet facility.
  • Students use National Digital Library, NPTEL, DELNET, international journals, publications & YouTube videos to explore further and enhance the perspective on topics of interest for quick learners.
  • Audio-visual learning: In many subjects (wherever necessary) audio-visual aids are used.
  • Subjective seminars: Additional seminars on the subjective topics, projects related to their subjects are done.

The institution assesses the learning levels of the students and organises special Programmes for advanced learners and slow learners Like Mentoring, Counseling, remedial classes, mock interviews, recorded lecture and Expert sessions.