Attainment of Program Outcomes Program Specific Outcomes and Course Outcomes are Evaluted by the Institution

  1. The objectives of the programme and the course of all the disciplines are well knit, with the comprehensive view of promoting the students’ learning process at three levels: knowledge, understanding and application. The programme objectives are designed by the faculties, depending on the nature of the programme. Strengthening the subject knowledge and creating awareness on social responsibilities, ethics and environment is the common objective. The programme outcome can well be defined by the increasing number of graduates of this institution, becoming professional women. The suggestions collected from the stakeholders, the Alumni and the subject experts regarding the curriculum design serve as the main tool to assess the quality of the programme.

  2. The course objectives are designed with due importance to the course outcome of the previous syllabus. The syllabus elucidates the expected learning outcome of the course. New courses are introduced at every time of framing the syllabus, in such a way that they cater to the needs of the day. The academic performance of the students is evaluated directly through Continuous internal assessment, Assignments, Seminars, End semester examinations, Project work and Viva- voce examinations.

  3. The skill-based courses are designed mainly to promote the occupational skill of the students. Most of the departments have been offering courses, based on the modules meant for the Competitive examinations. These courses are offered as the Non-major Elective courses. The skill and the involvement of the students in such courses are assessed through written and oral tests. The Specific courses like ‘Soft Skills’, ‘Women and Economy’, ‘Human Rights’ and ‘Home Chemistry’ enable the students to understand their potentiality and promote themselves as professional women.

  4. Comprehending the necessity to synchronize the student community with the society around, the Extension activities and the Out-reach programmes are carried out as part of the curriculum. The weightage given to such society-oriented services by the institution is explicit, by noting that that one credit is given to the students for completing the work.

  5. The institution is particular in creating a sense of morality and discipline in the minds of students. Value education is incorporated in the curriculum as a segment of it. The freshers undergo Yoga training, both practically and theoretically. The individual performance of Yoga and the written performance in the End-semester examination are assessed.

  6. Special courses like ‘Environmental Studies’ and ‘Entrepreneurship’ are offered at the UG level to create eco-consciousness in the students and promote the economical standard of the learners.

  7. Other than teaching, learning and evaluating the academic performance of the students, the faculty gives much importance in creating an academic ambience. They execute innovative techniques like participatory learning, group discussion, project report presentation, interactive sessions, group discussion etc. Thus, the institution expects a holistic development.

  8. Initiatives have been taken to introduce Outcome-based Approach in framing the syllabus. As restructuring of syllabus for the PG & M.Phil., programmes in 2018 and for the UG programme in 2019 is to be done, the College Academic Council has made a policy to bring the approach in adoption.

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