In keeping with the spirit of CBCS based on the norms of UGC, the curriculum has been restructured once in three years for all UG programmes since the college was conferred with the autonomous status in 2007-’08. These courses aim to provide a paradigm shift in the National Education Policy seeking to bridge an increasing gap between an undergraduate degree and employability.
Highlights of the innovative features common to all UG students introduced in the Restructuring and Revamping of the Curriculum from 2017-’18 are given below:
Ability Enhancement Compulsory Courses (i) Environmental Studies and (ii) English Communication are introduced during the I year.
A PG student may take up an Internship/Summer training Programme relevant to her subject in any of the reputed institutions for a month. The students are also given opportunity by the respective departments to undergo training programmes for 10-15 days to develop their knowledge and skills for their future career. This programme is included within the curriculum with one credit under curriculum restructuring from 2011-’12.
The curriculum of M.Phil. scholars have been redesigned in 2017-18 having four theory papers during the first semester and project and dissertation in the second semester. A Course on Professional skills for Teaching - Learning has been designed to exploit various Teaching - Learning Skills to be imbibed / cultivated to make the research scholars to be fit for the profession they are likely to acquire in the Education Industry.