Method of Delivery
The teaching-learning process will be task-oriented and student-centered supported human and technology systems. The learning process includes: Multimedia lectures, tutorials, assignments and projects depending on the course type. Students will also produce research projects based on primary and secondary sources. In all the activities, emphasis will be on the interactive exchange and dialogue between the staff and the students by use of the current state of the art of technology. This will be clearly stated in the course plan of each course of study.
There will be basic computer training program to be given for all students (just before first year first semester class begins) to make them familiar with the kind of technology supported educational systems the college uses. These will help students to easily adapt to the e-learning educational systems. Moreover, students (especially those in remote areas) will also be provided with Lecture recorded Digital Video Compact discs (VCD).
Assessment of student performance
Student’s performance is assessed on the basis of continuous evaluation, which includes quizzes, tests and projects and written examination at the end of each semester. Then, the aggregates are converted into letter grades according to the evaluation policy adopted for computation. Each course is going to have its own modalities for assessment.