The institute asses the learning levels of the students after admission and conduct programmes for slow learners and advanced learners

I. Assessment of learning levels of the students:

The students are from different domicile and different educational scholastic ability. Considering this, In the beginning days of academics, we identify the learning level of the student as slow learner or advanced learner.

Prior to the beginning of classes, the college conducts induction programme to the freshmen through which students will be able to engage their passions, challenge their beliefs, and continue to grow intellectually, socially, and emotionally. Principal, Professors, and senior faculty make students aware of their goals and objectives, code of conduct, classroom attendance, examination & evaluation system and the amenities available in the college. students are given an overview of the complete realm of college life, from academics to social activities. At the entry level, Class Teachers and Mentors identify slow and advanced learners through students’ performance in the previous examination (30% weightage), aptitude test (50% weightage), and oral presentations (20% weightage).

II. Programmes for slow learners’ institute provides:

Remedial Classes are conducted with an aim to improve the academic performance of the slow learners. This practice helps the struggling learners to improve subject knowledge and helps them to compete with their peers. Remedial Teaching and Bridge Courses are conducted by all the Departments to make students succeed in the examination.

Group Study System for slow learners is by involving advanced learners.

Academic and personal counseling advice is given to the slow learners by the tutor, mentor and the counseling cell.

Bilingual explanation is used for clarification of doubts for slow learners after the class hours for better understanding.

Simple and standard lecture notes/course materials are provided for students.

For the students of regional medium background, English Language oriented classes are conducted to help them study and understand basic nuances of the English language.

Peer – learning is practiced in the study of Hostels, where slow learners are supported by their peers to help in studying.

Mentoring system is common in all the Departments, wherein particular number of students is assigned to each faculty who would report on all academic achievements and challenges.

E-content materials are made available to supplement classroom teaching.

Library facility is provided for all students.

Interactive sessions are part of every classroom teaching in the College. Every class is made an interactive session to improve the skills of the students.

III. Measures in force for advanced learners:

Competent students are encouraged to take up internships at reputed organizations.

Students are encouraged to enroll and learn through MOOC Programs offered by the world’s leading institutions.

SWAYAM -NPTEL online courses.

MPSC/UPSC Guidance

Seminars/Conferences/Workshops and Presentation of Research Papers.

Research projects

In-house competitions such as Debate, Group Discussion, Problem Solving – Decision Making Exercises and Quiz Programmes