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Classroom-Centric Curriculum: Our undergraduate (UG) and postgraduate (PG) programs are primarily designed for classroom instruction. However, we complement this with practical-based and experiential learning opportunities, including laboratory sessions and fieldwork.
Enriching Extracurricular Activities: To foster student enthusiasm and engagement, we actively promote various extracurricular activities. These include workshops, participation in student clubs, short-term projects, and regular quizzes, all of which serve to enhance the overall learning experience.
Interactive Multimedia Learning: We employ multimedia, audio-visual (AV), and Information and Communication Technology (ICT) tools to diversify our teaching methods. These innovative techniques cater to various learning styles and ensure a dynamic educational environment.
Effective DLP-Projectors: Regular use of DLP projectors enhances our teaching, enabling faculty to deliver visually engaging lectures, presentations, and demonstrations, thereby facilitating deeper understanding among students.
Inquiry-Based Learning: We encourage inquiry-based learning through activities such as quizzing and Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs). These methods stimulate critical thinking and problem-solving skills.
Student-Centered Seminars and Workshops: Student seminars and workshops empower our learners to actively participate in discussions and collaborative learning, fostering a culture of self-driven education.
Continuous Assessment: We believe in periodic evaluation through internal tests, ensuring that students receive timely feedback on their progress and areas needing improvement.
Access to NPTEL: We provide access to the National Programme on Technology-Enhanced Learning (NPTEL), a valuable resource that offers a wide range of high-quality educational content online, complementing our traditional classroom teaching.
E-Resources: We offer a comprehensive array of electronic resources, including digital libraries and online databases, to support research and self-study.
Clinical Training: Nursing students benefit from clinical training through hospital postings, gaining hands-on experience in real healthcare settings.
Collaborative Learning: Group discussions, cooperative learning cycles, and assignments encourage collaborative problem-solving and knowledge sharing among students.
Recognition and Rewards: We celebrate the achievements of our faculty and students, recognizing outstanding performance through merit scholarships, cash prizes, and other accolades. Over the years, the number of students earning these accolades has steadily increased, showcasing our commitment to excellence in education.