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Published on October 16, 2017

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Curricular Aspects : Curricular Aspects Presentation by Santosh S. Dandwate M.Com.,Ph.D. NUTAN MAHAVIDYALAYA, SELU DIST. PARBHANI email – sdandwate@gmail.com 1 Slide2: C The total marks for this criterion are 100 as per new guidelines. (100 out of 1000) The criteria highlights the efforts made by an institution Practices of the institutions in initiating a wide range of program options and courses to the students. Diversity and academic flexibility offered by the institution to the students Academic flexibility offered to the students Carrier Orientation efforts taken by the institution and multi skill development amongst the students Last but not least the feedback from the stakeholders of education. 2 Do not prepare any records at the 11th Hour. Accreditiation / Recreditation is a program of atleast five years. Student Participation and Activities Curricular Aspects 2 Curricular Aspects : KEY ASPECTS The following are the key indicators of this criteria. Curriculum Design and Development *(U) Curriculum Planning and Implementation *(A) Academic flexibility Curriculum Enrichment Feedback System Out of these five key indicators 1 is applicable to the universities and autonomous colleges and the remaining four are applicable to all. Affiliated colleges has very scanty roll in curriculum design and development it is not meant for them. This presentation is meant only for affiliated colleges. 3 Do not prepare any records at the 11th Hour. Accreditiation / Recreditation is a program of atleast five years. Curricular Aspects Curricular Aspects : KEY ASPECTS Curricular Planning and Implementation The affiliated college adopts the curriculum designed by the university. This is quite true. However, the individual institution can visualize how to implement this curriculum. For this the institution can plan its activities taking into consideration the resources available, its goals, the need of students, specific requirement of the region and so on. The institution can plan its own courses, to meet the specific needs of the students. It can plan its activities. The intuition has freedom to decide which activities are to be undertaken, when and how. The implementation of various courses and activities makes the institution a different and unique. It enhances the quality of the students and enrich their life. 4 Do not prepare any records at the 11th Hour. Accreditiation / Recreditation is a program of atleast five years. Curricular Aspects Curricular Aspects : Academic Flexibility Academic flexibility is another important major issue in quality enhancement. The institution can frame such short term courses which offers academic flexibility to the students. The institution can frame different courses which can help the students to learn some skills, which in turn will be helpful them to get jobs in world of work where more importance is given to the skills. The institution can start interdisciplinary courses. The institution can have a choice based credit system or continuous assessment program. 5 Do not prepare any records at the 11th Hour. Accreditiation / Recreditation is a program of atleast five years. Curricular Aspects Curricular Aspects : Curricular Aspects Curriculum Enrichment Holistic development of students is the main purpose of curriculum. This can be achieved through introducing some value added courses. Such issues includes gender studies, environment studies, professional ethics, development of creative and divergent competencies. Such courses can be of short term. The students can choose the courses according to their choice. 6 Do not prepare any records at the 11th Hour. Accreditiation / Recreditation is a program of atleast five years. Curricular Aspects : Feedback System Regular feedback from stakeholders of Higher Education is necessary for updating the curriculum. NAAC expects to collect necessary feedback on relevance of curricula based on the recent developments. The main stakeholders of Higher Education are students, employers, teachers, parents, and public in general. Collection of feedback and its analysis is also necessary. Collection of feedback and its analysis and revising on the basis of expectations of stakeholders should be continuous activity of the institution. 7 Do not prepare any records at the 11th Hour. Accreditiation / Recreditation is a program of atleast five years. Curricular Aspects Curricular Aspects : Preparation of data for Curricular Aspects It is necessary to prepare data for writing self study report. In the new methodology of NAAC has introduced certain qualitative and quantitative Metrics and qualitative metrics. Out of 100 marks ( Weightage ) 20 weightage is given to qualitative metrics and 60 weightage is given to quantative metrics and 20 weightage is given to feedback from stakeholders. More over the new methodology gives stress on ICT based data. Therefore, it is necessary to publish all the relevant data on the website of the institution. After going through the manual, I suggest to collect the data on yearly basis and publish it on the website of the Institution. If you regularly collect the necessary data and present it on your website, you will find any difficulty while preparing the SSR of the institution. You can present the data in a tabular form on yearly basis and if you update it regularly, every one can prepare the SSR without any tension. 8 Do not prepare any records at the 11th Hour. Accreditiation / Recreditation is a program of atleast five years. Curricular Aspects Curricular Aspects: Curricular Aspects Curricular Planning and Implantation This is the first key indicator of Curricular aspect. The total weightage for this indicator is 20. In this indicator you have to answer four important aspects of the institution. Metric 1.1 .1 is qualitative metric. It is related to curriculum delivery through planned process. This is a descriptive metric. You are required to present it in 500 words only. Be careful, because NAAC counts the space only. So it is necessary to take atmost care while writing the description. There must be well documentation of curriculum planning. How the process takes place must be explained. 9 Do not prepare any records at the 11th Hour. Accreditiation / Recreditation is a program of atleast five years. Curricular Aspects: Curricular Aspects 10 Do not prepare any records at the 11th Hour. Accreditiation/Recreditation is a program of atleast five years. Curricular Planning and Implantation Metric 1.1.2 is a quantitative metric. It is related to certificate or diploma courses introduced by the institution. For this you can prepare the data in tabular form in the following format. Please provide details such as syllabus, course outcomes, infrastructure, time-table, name of the faculty members, fees, list of students admitted year wise, examination time-table, results etc. on the website itself. Sr. No. Academic Year Name of Course Introduced Year of Inception Duration Nature of course Recognition if any Intake No. of students admitted Curricular Aspects: Curricular Aspects 11 Do not prepare any records at the 11th Hour. Accreditiation / Recreditation is a program of atleast five years. Curricular Planning and Implantation Metric 1.1.3 is a quantitative metric. It is related to Percentage of participation of full time teachers in various bodies of university/autonomous college or other colleges such as BOS or academic councils etc. . For this you can prepare the data in tabular form in the following format. Sr. No. Academic Year Name of the faculty Member Name of the body (BOS, Academic Council) Name of the institution Order No. Nature of work Order in PDF format Curricular Aspect: Curricular Aspect Key Indicator 1.2 Academic Flexibility Total weightage of 30 is given to this indicator. It consist of 3 quantitative metrics each carrying 10 weightage . The metrics 1.2.1 relates to new courses introduced during the last five years. For this metrics you can prepare the information in tabular form in the following way. Please provide details such as syllabus, course outcomes, infrastructure, time-table, name of the faculty members, fees, list of students admitted year wise, examination time-table, results etc. on the website of the institution. 12 Do not prepare any records at the 11th Hour. Accreditiation / Recreditation is a program of atleast five years. Sr. No. Academic year No. of Existing courses No. New courses Introduced Name of the courses Documentary PDF File Curricular Aspects: Curricular Aspects Key Indicator 1.2 Academic Flexibility Metric 1.2.2 is related to introduction of choice based Credit system and elective courses offered to students in the institution. This is also a quantitative metric. For this purpose you can collect the information in tabular format in the following manner. Choice Based Credit System Introduction of Elective Courses: This is sub point in metric 1.2.2. Introduction of elective courses is necessary as the students can choose the subject as per their likings. For this purpose you can collect the information in tabular format in the following manner. 13 Do not prepare any records at the 11th Hour. Accreditation/ Reaccreditation is a program of atleast five years. Sr. No. Academic Year No. of existing courses withoud CBCS No. of courses converted in CBCS Pattern Letter of conversation Curricular Aspects: Curricular Aspects Key Indicator 1.2 Academic Flexibility Introduction of Elective Courses: This is sub point in metric 1.2.2. Introduction of elective courses is necessary as the students can choose the subject as per their likings. For this purpose you can collect the information in tabular format in the following manner. 14 Do not prepare any records at the 11th Hour. Accreditation/ Reaccreditation is a program of atleast five years. Sr. No. Academic Year Courses in which elective courses are introduced No. and names of elective courses offered Total no. of students opted this course Curricular Aspects: Curricular Aspects Key Indicator 1.2 Academic Flexibility Metric 1.2.3 relates to average of Average percentage of students enrolled in subject related Certificate/ Diploma /Add-on programs as against the total number of students during the last five years . This metrics information is 1.1.2. So, the information provided in this metric must co-relate with 1.1.2. At most care must be taken while providing information in this metric. Because if there is a variation in information provided in 1.1.2 it make result in providing a wrong information to the NAAC. You can prepare the data for this metric in the following tabular format. 15 Do not prepare any records at the 11th Hour. Accreditation/ Reaccreditation is a program of atleast five years. Sr. No. Academic Year Name of the certificate/Diploma/Add on course introduced Intake Total no. of students opted this course Total No. 0f students Curricular Aspects: Curricular Aspects Key Indicator – 1.3 Curriculum Enrichment (30) Key Indicator 1.3 relates to Curriculum Enrichment. Total weightage to this indicator is 30. In this indicator there are three metrics out of which one is qualitative and 2 are q uantitative metrics. The metric 1.3.1 relates to how institute integrates the various cross cutting issues like gender sensitization, environment awareness, human values, professional ethics etc. amongst the students. This can be achieved through introduction of short term courses or by conducting various programs related to these issues. Though this is qualitative metric you can prepare information in tabular format in the following manner. 16 Do not prepare any records at the 11th Hour. Accreditation/ Reaccreditation is a program of atleast five years. Sr. No. Academic Year Name of Cross Cutting Issue Intake How this issue is achieved in this curriculum Curricular Aspects: Curricular Aspects Key Indicator – 1.3 Curriculum Enrichment (30) The metric 1.3.2 ( Quantitative) relates to Number of value-added courses imparting transferable and life skills offered during the last five years . The value added courses are like energy conservation, personal management, innovation and entrepreneurship, copy rights and trade mark fundamentals etc. You can prepare the information on this metric in the following tabular format. You can upload the detailed syllabus, duration, fees structure, infrastructure, list of students admitted, exams, practical work undertaken, some photographs, certificates issued to the students on the institution web site. 17 Do not prepare any records at the 11th Hour. Accreditation/ Reaccreditation is a program of atleast five years. Sr. No. Academic Year Name of the course Duration in Hours Intake Total No. Students Students Admitted Curricular Aspects: Curricular Aspects Key Indicator – 1.3 Curriculum Enrichment (30) The metric 1.3.3 ( Quantitative) relates to percentage of students undertaking field projects / internships. Many students at the UG level or PG level undertakes the field projects. You can prepare the information on this metric in the following tabular format. You can upload the details of the field projects/Internship, name of the organizations, their consent letter, outcome of projects etc. of on the institution web site. 18 Do not prepare any records at the 11th Hour. Accreditation/ Reaccreditation is a program of atleast five years. Sr. No. Academic Year Program No. of students undertaken field project/Internship List of the students in pdf format Total No. Students Curricular Aspects: Curricular Aspects Key Indicator – 1.4 Feedback System (20) Key Indicator 1.4 relates to the feedback system in the institution. Feedback is a very essential mechanism to improve the curriculum as per changing demands from the field, employers, and improvement in technology. In this key indicator there are two q quantitative metrics each carrying 10 weightage . The metrics 1.4.1 relates to Structured feedback received from design and review of syllabus either Semester wise or year wise. You can prepare the information in tablur format in the following manner. You can upload the detailed analysis of feedback taken on the website of the institution. 19 Do not prepare any records at the 11th Hour. Accreditation/ Reaccreditation is a program of atleast five years. Sr. No. Academic Year Feedback from the stake holders Targeted response No. of responses received Communication of Actions taken on Feedback to concern Format of feedback in pdf format Curricular Aspects: Curricular Aspects Key Indicator – 1.4 Feedback System (20) The metrics 1.4.1 relates to Feedback processes of the institution may be classified as follows: Feedback collected, analysed and action taken and feedback available on website Feedback collected, analysed and action has been taken Feedback collected and analysed Feedback collected Feedback not collected If you have done A i.e. feedback collected, analyzed and action taken and feedback available on website then you will get full weightage of this indicator. You can present the information in tabular format in the following way. . You can upload the detailed analysis of feedback taken on the website of the institution. 20 Do not prepare any records at the 11th Hour. Accreditation/ Reaccreditation is a program of atleast five years. Sr. No. Academic Year Stackholders Targeted response No. of responses received Analysis in the pdf Format Action Taken Curricular Aspects: Curricular Aspects 21 Do not prepare any records at the 11th Hour. Accreditation/ Reaccreditation is a program of atleast five years. Curricular Aspect is the first and most important aspect in the evaluation of the institution. I have tried to explain which data is needed and how to present it in tabular format and on the website of the institution. Your suggestions and corrections are most welcomed. Thank You.

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