Curriculum

The curriculum of the University promises imbibing in students the core knowledge of the course with sufficient practical aspect attached to it. Each curriculum is developed with focus on the future trends of the corporate world and understanding of the skills and expertise that would be expected from the future professionals.
The core curriculum emphasize on applied learning and encompasses the basic concept of experiential learning. The core modules are structured to give an impressive and broad grasp of the essentials that a successful professional must have. These modules balance hard, statistical abilities with the softer but no less important abilities of inspiring and managing people. The taught curricula also take learning beyond the classroom, making case analysis and class discussions more than academic exercises.
The University ensures that the curriculum is as per international as well as industry standards and that they are properly maintained. To help achieve these objectives, the University has specifically started some practises few of which have been mentioned below:

 

Faculty Department Academic Committee (FDAC)

To look after the curriculum and pedagogy of the University, a committee called the Faculty Department Academic Committee has been constituted. The Committee ensures that the curriculum and pedagogy in the University is viable enough to impart quality education to the students.

Board of Studies

Thecurricula are revised every academic session under the Board of Studies (BOS) which considers the inputs of teaching experts, participants from the industry, other academic institutions and the students. The suggestions given after the review are incorporated in the curriculum to ensure that the curriculum is all the better to impart contemporary teaching to the students.

Course Co-ordination

For synchronised teaching the teachers regularly meet and discuss the advancements in their course and provide inputs and updates which are beneficial for them in terms of delivering knowledge to the students.

Professional Learning Committees(PLC)

  • To pave the way for the teachers to come together and discuss new and innovative ways of teaching a particular topic, Professional Learning Committees (PLCs) have been formed.
  • For example: CSE teachers may sit together and discuss recent developments in teaching techniques. This approach followed by the University helps the teachers to learn new ways of teaching which are easier for the students to understand and implement.
  • Apart from the above, the academicians of the University are involved in regular interaction with the higher authorities, reviewing the curricula and making additions in existing teaching practices.
  • The students give feedback about the teachers and the teaching techniques at the end of the session This helps in finding out the requirements of a student which assists in developing easy methods of teaching.
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