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RESTRUCTURING HIGHEHR

  1. 1. RESTRUCTURING HIGHER EDUCATION
  2. 2. RESTRUCTURING U G EDUCATION The U G reforms through:- 1. SEMESTERISATION 2. CHOICE BASED CREDITS 3. CONTINUOUS ASSESSMENT 4. GRADING
  3. 3. Course-Credit and Semester (C-C-S) System All Programmes shall be on COURSE -CREDIT - SEMESTER SYSTEM (C-C-S) System
  4. 4. Semesters Academic year is divided into two semesters First Semesters from October to February Second Semesters from Apri to August Each semester with 18 Academic weeks Each week has 30 contact hours spread over 5 days a week with 60 minutes per hour
  5. 5. Course - Credit System Papers will be referred as “Courses” Course will be referred as “Programme” Not every course is treated equal Courses have weightages Weightages are credits
  6. 6. Credits Systematic way of describing educational programme Credits reflect the quantity of work each component requires to achieve specific objectives
  7. 7. CREDIT UNITS A credit unit reflects the time spent for study during a semester Each credit hour is roughly equivalent to one hour of class time per week in a semester
  8. 8. CREDIT UNITS… A course of 4 credits will meet a minimum of 4 hours per week in a semester and treated as a FULL COURSE A semi course of 1 credit will meet atleast 1 hour per week in a semester
  9. 9. No. Of Credits in B.Ed Programme The One year B.Ed programme in 2 Semesters consist with a minimum of 48 credits spreads through a minimum of 12 courses Each Course be designed through lectures/ tutorials/ laboratory or field work/ seminar/ practical training/ assignments/ extension activities
  10. 10. Courses for a Programme Common courses Core Courses Complementary Elective courses
  11. 11. Faculty Advisor A teacher nominated by the Staff Council of the college To advise students in choice of courses and other academic matters
  12. 12. Examinations Examinations at the end of each semester First semesters in February Second semesters in August
  13. 13. Pattern of Questions Knowledge acquired Application of knowledge Application of knowledge in new situations Critical evaluation of knowledge Ability to synthesize knowledge
  14. 14. Weightage Different types of questions has different weightage to quantify their range Weightage:- Vary from course to course depending on their importance within the programme Vary from component to component within a course Board of Studies will assign weightage to questions
  15. 15. PATTERN OF QUESTIONS
  16. 16. Model
  17. 17. Evaluation Continuous internal assessment by the concerned course teacher End semester examination by University Consolidated at the end of the programme Evaluation in terms of grades with conversion to grade point average (GPA)
  18. 18. Internal evaluation Allotment of assignment topics at the earliest
  19. 19. Internal evaluation Allotment of seminar topics at the earliest
  20. 20. Internal assessment examination At least one internal examination in each semester
  21. 21. Results of Internal assessment Publish the Internal assessment score sheets before second week of the last month of the semester for students appraisal
  22. 22. Internal assessment
  23. 23. Attendance
  24. 24. Assignment Best of two assignments are considered per course
  25. 25. Seminar Minimum of 1 seminar per course
  26. 26. Practical: Internal
  27. 27. Project: Internal
  28. 28. Project: External
  29. 29. Score sheets The results of the internal assessment components shall be entered in separate score sheets which includes the grades awarded with corresponding weightages of each component
  30. 30. Practical examination Announce the possible dates for practical examination
  31. 31. EVALUATION - CONTINUOUS ASSESSMENT In-semester internal assessment combined with end-semester external assessment Grievance redress should be introduced
  32. 32. Evaluation:- GRADING The performance in a course / programme be assessed, represented in terms of grades Grades indicate the level of a student’s performance Direct grading with five point scale and certification by seven point scale Grade letters be A, B, C, D, E
  33. 33. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS Minimum of D grade is required for all courses C+ above is required for awarding degree certificate
  34. 34. CREDIT TRANSFER SCHEME Transfer of Credit consists acknowledging , recognizing and accepting credits by an institution for programmes or courses completed at another The Credit Transfer Scheme allows students pursuing a programme in one university to continue their education in another university without break
  35. 35. CREDIT TRANSFER SCHEME… Students partially completed similar programme from any university can avail the facility of credit transfer The credit transfer scheme will provide flexibility and mobility to students
  36. 36. Grievance Redress Level 1: Dept. Level: The deparment cell chaired by the Head Level 2.: College level :College level committee with the Principal as Chairperson , Coordinator, HOD of concerned dept and a Senior teacher nominated by the College council as members Level 3: University Level:Committee constituted by the Vice-Chancellor
  37. 37. Monitoring Cell Monitoring cell for In-semester and End-semester examinations
  38. 38. Reappearance There will be no supplementary exams. For reappearance/ improvement, students can appear along with the next batch
  39. 39. Promotion A student who register for the external exam for a semester will be eligible for promotion to the next semester
  40. 40. GRADE CARD Name of University Name of College Title of Under-Graduate Programme Name of Semester Name and Register Number of Student Code number, Title and Credits of each course Internal, External and Total Grade, Grade point (G), Letter grade and Credit point (P) in each course Institutional average of the Internal Exam and University Average of the External Exam in each course Total credits, total credit points and SGPA Details of the Zero credit / audited courses
  41. 41. Revision of Regulations and Curriculum There should be a statutory review of syllabus every 3 years by the concerned Board of Studies and subsequent endorsement by an appropriate body
  42. 42. THANK YOU

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