Being an affiliated college, the institution follows the prescribed curriculum of university for all program. At UG level, there are 3 General Degree Programs, 17 Honours Degree Programs and 2 PG Degree Programme running successfully. Every undergraduate Honours program has 14 different core courses, four Skill enhancement (SEC) courses, four discipline specific elective (DSE) courses and two Ability Enhancement Compulsory (AECC) courses. All of the undergraduate General Degree Program offers the choice of three General Elective (GE) subjects, each elective subject with four core courses, four Skill Enhancement Courses, two Discipline Specific Electives and two Ability Enhancement Compulsory Courses. Ability Enhancement Compulsory Courses (AECC) are offered for Bengali and English languages only. Arts General course has one Language Core (LCC) Course.
At the beginning of every academic year, the departments distribute syllabus to the faculties with a focus on Programme Outcomes (POs), Programmes Specific Outcomes (PSOs) and Course Outcomes(COs). The programme outcomes for every course offered in every subject is displayed on the college website. The primary objective of a specific course is communicated and explained to the students by the faculty members at the beginning of an academic session.
College website and prospectus provide the important information about all the programmes and courses, fee structures, details teaching and non-teaching staff and other aspects.
Proper evaluation of the attainment of learners’ outcomes are the key factors, providing a benchmark to understand how far the institution has succeeded in accomplishing its purpose. For this, following methods are followed to carry out a continuous and comprehensive evaluation of learning outcomes:
1. CONTINUOUS EVALUATION OF THE STUDENTS –
Continuous evaluation of the students are conducted through regular interactive classes, class tests, internal examinations, etc. The irregular students are allowed to appear in examination after submission of satisfactory documents showing cause of irregularity. Results are analysed through student-mentoring. The overall learning outcomes are often evaluated through students’ assignments, reports, projects and seminar presentations, which helps to assess the skill and aptitude of acquired by the students.
2. STUDENTS’FEEDBACK– Online feedbacks are collected regularly from the students in a structured questionnaire on curriculum and learning experience, to know the students’ satisfaction level for further improvement at institution.
3. PARENT-TEACHER MEETING AND PARENT FEEDBACK– Parent-teachers meetings are regularly conducted by the Departments, where teachers discuss with parents about the betterment of their wards, with explanations and suggestions. Parents’ feedback reports are also collected to improve the program and course outcomes.
4. ACADEMIC AUDIT OF THE INSTITUTION – Academic audit of the institution (internal/external) had conducted by the IQAC, on the basis of the seven criteria of NAAC. The valuable audit reports are approved by the institution after review by experts. The inputs of the academic audit are circulated to the departments, which are communicated to the stakeholders accordingly.
5. STUDENT SATISFACTION SURVEY – This survey is conducted centrally, with a structured questionnaire as per NAAC guidelines. Its result is further analyzed and actions are taken at institution level to attain better satisfaction level of the students.