- Program Outcomes
This is an affiliated college and follows the syllabi of Kuvempu University. Every year we receive teaching plan from all the teachers in which probable number of classes available in each semester. Topics to be covered during those hours will be made known to the concerned head of the department. He/She in turn conducts periodical meetings with the staff and takes a stock of the situation. Due to unforeseen circumstances, if classes could not be conducted, special classes will be conducted to make good of the loss. Based upon the syllabus different teaching strategies are evolved to different category of the students ranging from slow learners to rank holders. For slow learners, repetitive teaching and remedial measures are taken in the class room. For rank holders, supply of materials through print and electronic media, discussions, seminars, extra assignments etc. are provided. Outcome of these programmes are indicated in the results we receive. We are proud to say that our college result is far above the university average. Special attention given to rank holders has yielded fruits. It is indicated in the list of rank holders in our college.
Course outcomes can be adjudged in different manners also. In schemes like NSS, NCC, Youth Red Cross, Cultural Forum, Sports Activities, we have direct contact with students. We get feedback directly from student through online. As we frequently conduct meetings with students’ representatives we come to know about the drawbacks of our programmes and steps to improve our performance. We have various extracurricular forums, students are easily accessible. Mentors of classes are instructed to get programme outcomes, specific outcomes and outcomes for all programmes. We have programmes like Placement Cell, Library, students Counseling Units, Youth Red Cross, NCC, NSS, etc. We introduce certain schemes to understand the grievances of the students. Mentors collect feedback from them. Opinions expressed by parents and alumni feedback are taken into consideration to chalk out programmes for the students.