NEP 2020

New Education Policy 2020 for details Click Here

Syllabus-Curriculum(CBCS) 2022-23

Institution Initiatives for Implementation of NEP-2020

1. Institute organized programs on NEP

National Webinar on Challenges in Higher Education Due to Covid-19- June 2020
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Organized National  level Webinar on New Education Policy-NEP-2020  in 2020: Click Here

B. Voc. English Communication Skill Workshop 2019 Click Here for Report

B. Voc English Communication Skill Workshop 2021-22 Click Here

Student Induction Programme (SIP) for B. Sc. I students Organized by IQAC 2020-21

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Student Induction Programme (SIP) for B. Sc. I students Organized by IQAC 2021-22

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2. Institutional preparedness for NEP

1. Multidisciplinary / Interdisciplinary:

a) To fulfill the objectives of NEP College will draft a roadmap to incorporate the recommendations of NEP 2020. In the roadmap institution will identify the gap between the present academic system and the objectives of NEP 2020.

 b) Institution planning to conduct survey in region to explore the likening and demand of regional students to give rise to multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary curriculum. As well as Planning to incorporate regional knowledge regarding History, Tourism, flora and fauna of region for the students from all the disciplines.

c) The university to which the college is affiliated has already taken steps to move towards Multidisciplinary/Interdisciplinary approach by revising the curriculum of UG and PG programmes and the colleges must follow the curriculum in to.

d) A Committee has been established in the college to introduce the students from all the disciplines the online courses available in various areas.

e) Our college has taken another step towards to Strengthen Multidisciplinary/ Interdisciplinary curriculum by working as

  1. B. Voc. (Tourism & Hospitality Managment) students internship with collaborative industries i.e. Hotel Gateway of Taj Group, Gondia; Niraj International Hotel, Parbhani; Hotel Parth, Latur; MTDC, Lonar etc.
  2. The students involved collaborative agency from NSQF certificate course “Fresh Water Fish Farmer”; Certificate course in “Quantitative Aptitude”: Certificate Course in “Herbal Medicine”  
  3. Partner with Perfect Electronics, Wai, Satara  conducts one month Online “Fast Track Practical Based Electronics Training Programme”

which focuses on strengthening the academia in Industrial training  & its Applications using online learning platform to enhance student’s knowledge in the field of Industries and applications. Ten participants were successfully completed the workshop.

2. Academic bank of credits (ABC):

In current academic year 2022-23, our affiliating University has implemented the NEP & CBCS system having academic bank of credits. Academic bank system as mentioned in the NEP2020 is “Academic Bank of Credits shall deposit Credits awarded by Registered Higher Education Institutions, for Courses pursued therein, in the Academic Bank Account of the student and the validity of such credits shall be as per norms and guidelines issued by the Commission from time to time.” Examination committee is already form in the college to introduce the students the Academic Bank of Credit.

3. Skill development:

a) The NEP 2020 envisioned for the holistic development of youth with emphasis on raising Gross Enrolment Ratio (GER) and Skill Development.

 b) To promote vocational education B. Voc. (Tourism & Hospitality Management) course was started in 2018 under the UGC & NSQF. Under this program, three Days Workshop on “English Communication Skill” is organized by B. Voc department in collaboration with Station E-Language Lab., Rajkot. B. Voc. Department also organize Workshop on “English Communication Skill” on 17march 2022. Industrial training & internship program was conducted with various collaborative industries.

c) In alignment with National Skill Quality Framework (NSQF), College runs certification programs of three months sanction by “NSQF fresh water fish farmer”, & at college level Certificate course in “Quantitative aptitude”, Certificate course in “Herbal medicine”. These programmes are organized by Department of Zoology, Mathematics & Botany respectively.

d) Our Institute provided value-based education to inculcate positivity amongst the learners through organizing programs such as Human Rights, Women Empowerments (Swayamsiddha), Voter Awareness, Environment Issues, Gender Sensitization, Yoga and Meditation. For Personality Development institution organizes Four-day Soft Skill Development Program in Collaboration with Sant Gadge Baba Amravati University, Amravati. Institute establishes “Electoral Literacy Club” to create awareness among electoral in students.

e) Institution planning to adapt skill development policy for youth and students of rural and tribal areas to explore their skills and skill-oriented courses will be designed which will fulfill local need i.e. vocal for local through online and distance mode. For Conservation of values & importance of “Lonar Crater”, awareness of Geological & Historical aspect of Lonar crater, Traditional knowledge about Medicinal Plants, etc.

f) The project was given to the students in the areas of community engagement and service. The students of B. Voc. (Tourism and Hospitality management) & M. Sc. Computer Science were given the field projects.

g) To approach close to views of NEP 2020, our institution promotes multidisciplinary approach. Institution organizes Webinar on various topics such as Organized National level Webinar on New Education Policy-NEP-2020” by Dr. Shital Sharma, Center for European Studies, JNU, Delhi,  “Challenges in Higher Education due to Covid-19” by Dr. P. B. Vidyasagar, formar VC, SRTMU, Nanded, etc.

4. Appropriate integration of Indian Knowledge system

 (Teaching in Indian Language, culture, using online course):

a) As a part of the NEP 2020 to improve confidence in students from rural background. Students from all programmes participated in Essay Competitions which are conducted in Marathi and English. The competencies like cultural awareness and expression among the students are developed by motivating them to participate in cultural activities.

b) Every year college magazine ”Amrut” is published. Through the college Magazine students share their local life experience and aspiration in the form of literature written by them.

5. Focus on Outcome based education (OBE):

Institution emphases on outcome-based education (OBE) which is reflected in the curriculum design by the university, teaching and learning process and assessment of the students. Learning by Problem solving method, Experimental and Participative learning method is adopted in the curriculum which includes field projects, Survey, Internship and Entrepreneurships. Programme outcome (POs), Programme Specific Outcome (PSOs) and Course Outcome (CO) are designed by the university are aligned with NEP policies. Outcomes of the programmes are displayed in respective departments on website. After student evaluation all attainments of COs POs, PSOs, are measured and action plan is formed to improve the respective attainment in the future.

6. Distance education/online education: Due to Covid -19 impact institutions involved in using the digital platform for engaging classes, organizing Seminars, Workshops, and Conferences, access of online resources by Staff and students have been increased from Covid 19 duration. ICT Tools such as ZOOM, WEBEX, MICROSOFT TEAM, GOOGLE MEET, VIRTUAL LABS, are used to deliver online lectures and Practical. Google form is used for Evaluation of Internal assessment as well as collecting feedback and issuing of E -certificate. They also open YouTube Channel for uploading their delivered lectures. Faculties participated in Faculty development programme, Induction programme, E-conferences, conducted by SWAYAM/MOOC/NPTL etc.