Circular Aspects

Circular Aspects

The university publishes the academic calendar for both the semesters prior to the commencement of the class work for an academic year. The academic calendar provides date of commencement of academic session, duration of the semester, period of internal assessment tests and final semester exams. All the Units of the University follows the Academic Calendar strictly. The College Academic Committee (CAC) comprising of all the heads of departments and professors as its members headed by the Principal. The CAC discusses the scheme and syllabi. The heads of the departments allocate subjects to faculty by considering the qualification and specialization. The faculty prepare the teaching plan and document it in detail based on topic intensity and time constraint for the semester. The preparation of such a plan helps with effective distribution of syllabus, clarity of curriculum and timely completion of the course.

The university implements student centric “Choice Based Credit System (CBCS)”.The University realizes the curricular aspects by defining Programme Outcomes, Programme Specific Outcomes and Course Outcomes that bring out the desired competencies expected.

Curriculum review and development is done regularly to keep in pace with developments in respective fields to meet the requirement of academia, industry/ profession and society.

In the revised curriculum, a pool of interdisciplinary and job-oriented mandatory skill courses which are relevant to the industry are integrated into the curriculum of concerned branch of engineering (total five skill courses: two basic level skill courses, one on soft skills and other two on advanced level skill courses). Open electives and profession electives will be offered by each programme. All the students are encouraged to take a Discipline Centric Elective Course through Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) as Program Elective course offered by SWAYAM/NPTEL All the students shall be registering mandatorily for NCC, NSS activities and Community Service Project as per the Government and University norms which are experiential learning strategies that integrates meaningful community service with instruction, participation, learning and community development. The University will revise the curriculum for every three years. B. Tech. with Honors or a B. Tech. with a Minor will be awarded if the student earns 20 additional credits are acquired as per the regulations/guidelines.

To suit to the local needs, the university is offering undergraduate courses (B. Tech) in petrochemical and petroleum engineering. To suit to the national needs, the university has introduced the programme of B. Tech in Food Engineering in the year 2020 and also M.Tech in Food Processing Technology since 2010-11 which are being run by the School of Food Technology.

The institution collects feedback from the students during the semester regarding the performance of teachers