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Teaching Pedagogy in Computer Science and Engineering

To inculcate Technical Skills in students, our department has designed a unique teaching pedagogy. Educational effectiveness for all students is crucially dependent on the provision of quality teaching by competent teachers who are equipped with effective, evidence-based teaching strategies that work, and the maintenance of high teaching standards via strategic professional development at all levels of education. Effective teaching strategies are an inherent part of a curriculum that exemplifies the connection and relevance identified in educational research. They interject rigor into the curriculum by developing thinking and problem-solving skills through integration and active learning. Key considerations in shaping good teaching practice include:

A. Inclusive Teaching Learning

  1. Quiz
  2. Assignments, Case Studies
  3. Roll Play, Model Making
  4. Seminar, Internships, Industrial Visits
  5. Project Based Study, Tutorial, Surprise Test
  6. Soft skills , GD’s, Guest Lecture, International Faculty Inputs.

B. Hi-Tech Learning

  1. Fully equipped E-classrooms
  2. Intranet with Faculty PPT subjects
  3. Online Expert Lecture (Spoken Tutorial)
  4. E-Journals with easy access
  5. On-line discussion forum (with Google Handouts)

C. Practical Learning

  1. Project as part of curriculum
  2. Project Labs
  3. Spoken Tutorial Lab
  4. Online Test
  5. Onsite Learning
  6. Participation in Competition
  7. Regular Review of Projects