Teaching & Learning

Teaching & Learning

The Teaching Learning Process

We believe that the teaching-learning process is the most important aspect of an engineering college. We have designed several processes to make sure that our students get the best possible education and perform well in the university examinations.

  • Small tutorial groups for giving more attention to the students.
  • Special training on self-learning skills including making notes and examination skills.
  • Free tutorials for students facing special problems in any subject.
  • Continuous feedback from the students about the performance of the instructors.
  • Special preparation programs for the University examinations.
  • Student Counselors to help the students solve their personal problems so that they can focus better on academics.
  • Special seminars and workshops on self-help and personality development.

Curricular & Academic Calendar

Anonymous Instructor Evaluations

Anonymous feedback is taken from students two times during a semester. These metrics are used for continual improvement of the teaching-learning process. The first feedback is for mid-course corrections to be made by the instructor. This feedback is confidential and given to the individual instructors. The results of the second feedback taken at the end of the semester will be published on the student notice boards in addition to going into the personal file of the instructor.

On the front side of the feedback form, the student will answer three questions:

  • Do you have any POSITIVE comments about the Instructor?
  • Do you have any NEGATIVE comments about the Instructor?
  • Any other comments about the course (not related to the Instructor)

The student is also required to grade the instructor (grade between A to E) on 20 questions as shown below. The consolidated average scores are communicated to the instructor.


1. Presentation of the subject matter
2. Use of examples to explain difficult topics
3. Organized/Systematic usage of blackboard/whiteboard/ LCD projector by the instructor
4. Communication Skill (Voice, Grammar, Vocabulary, etc.)
5. Encouragement to ask questions and doubts in class.
6. Ability of instructor to hold your interest.
7. Ability to clear doubts and questions in class.
8. Assignments are relevant and adequate.
9. Fairness of quizzes/exams/tests and grading procedures.
10. Return of graded assignments/quizzes/tests for review
11. Quality of instructional material (textbooks, handouts, notes,etc.)
12. Quality of supplementary material (e.g., non-textbook material from reference books, journals, etc.).
13. Classes begin and end at scheduled time.
14. Completion of the syllabus prescribed for the course.
15. Ability to maintain discipline in classroom.
16. Attitude/Behavior towards student
17. Mastery of the subject
18. Instructor's enthusiasm for teaching the subject.
19. Availability for help and consultation (on course related matters) outside the classroom
20. How do you rate this instructor's overall performance?

Syllabus of each program

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