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Capacity Enhancement Schemes

Career Counselling & Guidance for competitive examinations

Objectives:

  • To organise training programs which enhance employability competence of the students
  • To extends support in choosing a career
  • To ensure that the students are motivated towards higher education and gainfully placed .
  • To impart guidance in the preparation of competitive examinations

Functions:

  • Providing information about world class institutions by accessing the Brochures,
  • Ascertaining information regarding notifications for these examination, published through their websites and communicating to our students
  • A good collection of books on aptitude tests, verbal skills, facing interviews, video lessons and Previous Question papers are made available .
  • Students are guided on how to prepare for the various competitive exams
  • The Career Guidance and Placement Cell organizes mock interviews , group discussions, seminars and guest lectures by eminent persons from Academia and Industries .
  • Students get opportunities to interact with distinguished personalities which help to set their goals
  • Coaching classes for Civil Service Examinations are conducted by our faculty in the campus

Soft skill development and Language lab:

Objectives:

  • To inculcate soft skills for personal and professional effectiveness to make students Corporate ready by offering
    • A career oriented course (COC) Communication skills for personal and professional effectiveness
    • A Finishing school- under Ablity Enhancement Compulsory Course (AECC)
  • To use ICT as a potentially enabling tool for Language acquisition

Functions:

  • This scheme is utilised for grooming the personality of young students and preparing them to be employment ready.
  • Screening of inspirational and motivational you tubes videos , TED talks, ppts on different aspects of the skills .

  • The Language lab is equipped with a Clarity English Teaching This helps learners improve their understanding of key grammar areas
  • The TENSE BUSTER program is ideal as a self-access resource for extension or remedial work, integrated into a course of study and used for class work or
  • CLARITY ENGLISH SUCCESS is designed to help Indian students develop their English skills in an Indian context: the voices are local, the contexts are relevant and teachers who really understand the students’ needs have created the
  • STUDY SKILLS SUCCESS provides comprehensive coverage of skills and resources that will enable them to approach their academic studies effectively and with

Remedial coaching & Bridge courses:

Objective: To strengthen the knowledge skills and to provide the necessary guidance and training to enable the students to pursue their studies efficiently.

Functions:

Remedial Coaching is conducted to cater to the specific needs of the slow-learners. This scheme aims at improving the academic skills of the students in the various subjects and raising their level of comprehension , to reduce their failure rate.

  • Since students come from an increasingly diverse background, teachers personally interact and try to help them to adapt to changes .
  • Utmost care and guidance is given to academically weak students by arranging subject-wise remedial classes
  • Slow learners are identified at the beginning of the session and are given special assistance by the faculty and Their problems and progress are discussed with their parents and they are given special care and counseling under the tutorial system.
  • Remedial Classes are organized on working days after the regular teaching hours of the
  • These classes are completed before the commencement of exams and model question papers are solved and adequately practised by the
  • Worksheets and questionnaires are given to provide systematic practice of a particular grammar concept or communicative objective.
  • Supplementary teaching material and a list of websites are supplied to help students to learn according to their own pace and to cultivate the habit of self-learning.

Bridge Course –

Objectives :

  • To bridge the gap between knowledge of students at the entry level and the pre- requisites for the
    • To help the students to have a smooth transition to the UG/PG course.
    • Conducted in all the subjects to help smooth transition of students from Intermediate to the first year of Graduation

Bridge courses offered by the departments

English and Second Languages


S.No.

Department

Title of the course

Duration (Hours)

Nature of the course

1

English Literature

Orientation & Appreciation of literature

5

1. Introduction to English Literature

2

Arabic

Basics of Arabic and phonetics

10

1. Fundamentals in Arabic Language

3

Hindi

Introduction to Hindi Literature

6

1. Future and Scope of the subject

4

Sanskrit

Basics of Sanskrit

10

1. Fundamental in Sanskrit Language

Social Sciences

S.No.

Department

Title of the course

Duration (Hours)

Nature of the course

5

Economics

Basics of Economic concepts and application of the subject

7

1. What is economics

2. Applied economics

3. Basic concepts

6

History

What is History?

10

Awareness and Simulation

7

Psychology

Science, Behaviour & Life

7

1. Human behavior, psychology

2. The scientific method and goals of Psychology

8

Political Science

Introduction to Political Science

7

1. Concepts like law, liberty and equality

2. Classification of Governments

3. Ideologies

9

Public Administration

Introduction to Public Administration

7

1. Administration and Constitution of India

2. Union, State & Local Government

Biological Sciences

S.No.

Department

Title of the course

Duration (Hours)

Nature of the course

10

Biochemistry

Molecular logic of life

6

1. History

2. Basic concepts

3. Scope & prospects

11

Biotechnology

Basics and concepts in life sciences

6

1. Cell biology, Genetics

2. Physiology,Applied aspects

3. Scope of Biotechnology

12

Genetics

Future and scope of Genetics

5

1. Advancements in the subject

2. Educational facilities/programmes

13

Microbiology

B2B (back to Basics)

5

1. Macroorganisms to microbes.

2. Videos on scope and applications of Microbiology

14

Nutrition

Introductory Nutrition

6

1. Concepts of Nutrition

2. Role of food and Nutrition

3. Function of nutrition

15

Zoology

Reflection & Focus

5

1. Review of classification and nomenclature

2. Fundamentals of Animal Sciences

3. Introduction to advanced and applied branches of zoology

16

Chemistry

Resonance to recall, review and revise

6

1. Reinforcing the basic concepts

17

Botany

Bridge course in Botany

7

1. Origin and evolution

2. Diversity of plants

3. Applications of Plant Biotechnology

Physical Sciences

S.No.

Department

Title of the course

Duration (Hours)

Nature of the course

18

Mathematics

Differentiation and Integration

6

1. Problem solving

2. Applications

19

Computer Science

Fundamental & Digital system programming logic

6

1. Number system & Binary Arithmetic

2. Languages

3. Algorithm & Programme logic

20

Physics

Fundamentals in Physics

6

1. Vectors

2. Physical significance of Newton’s law

3. Elasticity

21

Electronics

Fundamentals in Electronics

6

1. Units of measurement

2. Calibration of instruments

3. Semiconductors

22

Statistics

Basics in Statistics

5

1. Counting Techniques, set theory and differential calculus

Commerce

S.No.

Department

Title of the course

Duration (Hours)

Nature of the course

23

Commerce

FCB (fundamentals in commerce &

Business)

10

1. Basic concepts in Business organization

2. Generally Accepted Accounting principles (GAAP)

3. Management principles

4. Basics in computer Applications

Post Graduate Courses

S. No.

Department

Title of the course

Duration (Hours)

Nature of the course

1

M.Com

Managerial Economics

10

1. Mathematical orientation – Calculus.

2

MBA

Financial Accounting & Analysis

10

1. Financial Statements

2. Taxation

3. Balance Score card are explained in Accounting & concepts like probability and sampling are covered in Statistics

3

MCA

“C-Odyssey through C++

10

1. Orientation on computer Fundamentals & Transformation of object orientation

4

M.Sc. Maths

Bridge course in Maths

6

1. Integration,

2. Number theory,

3. Group theory,

4. Ring theory,

5. Differential equation

5

M.Sc.

Chemistry

Bridge course in Chemistry

7

1. Calculus

2. Spectroscopy

3. Reaction Mechanisms

2. Yoga and Meditation: Objective:

To enable the students to have sound harmony between body, mind and soul which leads them towards holistic development and focussed attention in all spheres of their future endeavours.

Activities:

This course is offered as a part of Co-Curricular Activity under Ability Enhancement courses(AEC) . This course is conducted for two hours in a week and spans across two semesters. Besides this the following are conducted.

· World’s Yoga Day

World’s Yoga Day is celebrated in order to provide awareness among the students to practice YOGA daily. The day was celebrated by giving a 3-4 minute of demonstration by the students.

Demo included SuryaNamaskar which is the whole and soul of Yoga and different kind of asanas like Sarvangasana, Purnadhanurasana, Halasana, Matsyasana etc. Every asana is connected with the rhythm of the body

  • Guest Lecture on Yoga, Meditation and Fitness on 8thDecember,2016 by Yogacharya Brij Bhushan Purohit, President Namaste India Yogacharya Brij Bhushan Purohit has given an insight on how to control the body and mind with the help of demonstrations. Associate Professor of Engineering, University College of Technology, O.U Hyd, demonstrated the importance of Yoga and meditation.

Personal Counselling: The institution has a separate and dedicated STUDENT COUNSELING CELL which offers counselling sessions to students on one-on-one basis and maintains total confidentiality.

MOTTO:Exploring Inner Space

OBJECTIVES:

  • To identify the problem areas or difficulties of individuals, their potentialities and limitations
  • To help students develop their potentialities through a greater self understanding to enable them to take full advantage of the environmental resources
  • To help mitigate suffering, reach appropriate solutions, take responsible decisions, and enable students to become self-actualized

FUNCTIONS:

  • Identify students who require help
  • Conduct counseling sessions
  • Refer students to experts for guidance
  • Organize lectures/seminars/workshops by experts and professionals
  • Administer, score, and interpret psychological
  • Extend the services to neighbourhood community .
  • The Department of Psychology has an MOU with Roshni Counselling
  • Roshni volunteers come every week on Wednesday from 10 am – 11 am and offer their services to the college staff (teaching and non-teaching) and
  • Students, faculty, and non-teaching staff avail the services offered by the counseling Some of the issues addressed were anger, anger management, depression and loneliness, relationship issues, sleep disturbances, adjustment to college, alcoholism, family problems, grief counseling, and career choices.
  • Counsel students on healthy diet, personal