Teaching - Learning Practises



Bridge Courses: Bridge courses are conducted at the beginning of the academic year.

Certificate Courses: Certificate courses are aimed at bridging the gap between the mainstream curriculum and the changing industry needs.

Guest Lectures/Extension Lectures: Experts and eminent personalities from the industry, academicians, senior executives and business persons are regularly invited to interact with the students and share their expertise and experience in specific areas.

Paper presentations: Presentations by students on subjectrelated as well as general topics form a part of our co-curricular activities, as these enhance their inter-personal communication skills and help to develop their overall personality.

Assignments: Apart from regular assignments in core subjects, research assignments are also given to advanced learners, which require the students to refer to various sources of information including textbooks, journals, magazines and the internet, to develop their research aptitude and deepen their understanding of the subject.

Value Addition and Personality Development Programmes:
The college stands for value-based education and strives for the overall development of the students. The Counseling Cell, faculty members and resource persons conduct various value - addition and personality development programs.

Employability Skills: Sessions like Soft Skills Development, Corporate Expectations, HR Skills, Goal Setting, Career Development, Interview Skills, GD Skills etc., are conducted to make the students employable. These programmes help the students equip themselves with the skills required by the industry.

Reinforcement Classes: Reinforcement Classes in Mathematics, Statistics, Computers and Accountancy are conducted for students coming from diverse backgrounds.
· Tutorial classes: Classes are held after the college working hours to help out those students who require further assistance and guidance in their learning process.
· Remedial Courses: Classes are conducted for academically weak students after college hours.

Industrial Tour/field visits - outstation: