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Challenges Faced By School Of Computer Science and IT

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This ppt presents the challanges faced by School of Computer Sc and IT, and the future vision to progress in CS/IT education

This ppt presents the challanges faced by School of Computer Sc and IT, and the future vision to progress in CS/IT education

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  • The first sentence of this definition of transformative research was taken from the 12/16/2004 NSB/CPP charge memo to the Task Force on Transformative Research ( http://www.nsf.gov/nsb/committees/cpptrcharge.htm ). 
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    • 1. Challenges Faced By School of Computer Science & IT DAVV
    • 2.
      • What should be the paradigm
      • for the 21st century SCSIT
    • 3. What is our CS Graduate?
      • Not a Designer
      • Not an Analyst
      • Not a Communicator
      • Not a Team member/Leader
      • Not a Visionary
      • Not a Professional
      • Not an Innovator
      • Only an aloof Coder
    • 4. EMPLOYER’S VIEWS Employers are complaining that academic programmes from schools to Universities simply don’t teach what people need to know and be able to do.
      • They want people who can think intuitively,
      • who can communicate well, work in teams,
      • and are flexible, adaptable and self - confident
    • 5. Finish your homework. There are students in China and ………who want your job.
    • 6. Issues
      • Quality of our graduate
      • Growth to match needs of Society
      • Dynamism in CS/IT Job Requirements
      • How to tackle above issues in constraints of existing university environment?
    • 7. Challenges
      • Faculty Quality and Needs
      • Dynamism in Course Curriculum
      • Use of Technology
      • Assessment for Quality
    • 8. Challenges: Faculty Motivation
      • Self Motivation
      • Possible Carrots
      • Freedom
      • Facilities
      • Responsibility
      • Innovation
      • Participation
    • 9. Challenge met: Faculty Motivation
      • Best Teaching Award
      • International Conf Participation
      • Best Practices Preparation
      • Organizational leadership
      • Participative Experiences in Decision Making
      • Career Growth
      • International Tour by Faculty and students
    • 10. What Next for Faculty
      • Creating a shared learning environment
      • Peer Interaction
    • 11. Challenges : Dynamism in Curriculum
      • To Meet Career Objectives
      • Fast Changes in CS and its vastness
      • Learning skills and diversity of Learners
      • Learning attitude
      • Learners past learning ethics
    • 12. Challenges : Dynamism in Curriculum
      • Learning rather than teaching
      • Flexibility to suit learner’s aptitude and interest
      • Multidisciplinary / interdisciplinary approach
      • Border less learning
      • Multicultural and international experience
      • Life long Learner
    • 13. Challenges Met : Dynamism in Curriculum
      • Curriculum Design
      • Define Program Outcomes with stake holders involvement
      • Determine Courses for Program Outcomes
      • Design Courses with Defined Learning Outcomes
      • Evaluate the success of the Courses through structured assessment
    • 14. Challenges Met : Dynamism in Curriculum
      • Publication of detailed curriculum, online as well as printed copy to all students
      • ABET International standards
      • UK Accreditation standard for Curriculum details and assessment
      • Online student feedback (mid sem, end sem)
      • End semester Workshop on Assessment, proceedings online (6 th Workshop First week Jan 2010)
      • Feedback on improvements given to faculty
    • 15.  
    • 16. What Next : Dynamism in Curriculum
      • Vertical and Horizontal Mobility
      • Credit transfer and accumulation
      • Continuous relationship with stakeholders
      • Interdisciplinary, multidisciplinary …..
      • Social issues
    • 17. Transformative research and education: P otential to revolutionize an existing discipline through a paradigm shift or create a new one, with a high potential for advancing a field of study.
    • 18. Challenge : Use of Technology
      • Increased Population
      • Innovation in Teaching
      • Learner’s dynamism (slow/fast learners)
    • 19. Challenge : Use of Technology
      • Better experience of Learning
      • Efficiency and Productivity
      • Distributed Learning
      • Global Learning materials
      Cyber infrastructure
    • 20. Challenge : Use of Technology
      • Learners attitude
      • Teacher’s approach
      • Transparency
      • Ethics
      • First step?
    • 21. Challenge Met : Use of Technology
      • Complete process of admission was online
      • Increased outreach and efficient
      • Conference, workshops and Seminars facilitated through ICT
      • One-Student One-Laptop
      • Wi-Fi Environment
    • 22. What Next : Use of Technology
      • Online Lecture material is mandatory
      • More transparency and open environment for betterment
      • Thrill of learning and better learning experiences with ICT
      • THINKING
      • LAB
    • 23. Research
      • Currently about 20 research scholars registered in the School, and 3-4 are awarded Ph.D each year
      • UGC-SAP, DST-FIST, UGC-BSR Grants awarded in past 2 years for about 1.2 Crores to initiate many research areas
    • 24. Future Proposals
      • New Programmes
      • 1. M.Tech-Ph.D (Modular 4 years programme with exit after M.Tech)
      • 2. M.Sc-M.Tech (Modular 3.5 years, post B.Sc)
    • 25. Future Proposals
      • New Programmes (Interdisciplinary/Multidisciplinary)
      • B.Tech (Informatics) specialization in
      • Bio-Informatics
      • Industrial Informatics
      • Health-Informatics
      • Pharma/Chemo Informatics
      • Nano-Informatics
      • Forensic Informatics
    • 26. Future Proposals
      • New Programmes (Inter-disciplinary)
      • M.Tech (Information System/Technology Management) (post M.B.A also permitted)
      • M.Tech (Knowledge Management) (post M.B.A also permitted)
      • M.Tech (e-Governance) (post M.B.A also permitted)
    • 27. Future Proposals
      • New Programmes (For Commerce Stream)
      • 1. BCA (Accounting Inf. Sys.)
      • 2. MCA (Accounting Inf. Sys)
      • 3. MCA (SAP/ERP)
      • 4. MCA (Business Information System)
    • 28. PATH OF FUTURE
      • PLAY IT
              • RELISH IT
              • ENJOY IT
    • 29. Thank You Very Much for thoughtful listening

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