1. RUSA? Choice Based Credit Based System? Choice Based Credit Based System: Elements Semesterisation Comprhensive continuous assesment (CCA) Grading What is the meaning of Choice Based System or Cafeteria Approach? Credit system Comprhensive continuous assesment (CCA) Grading Step
Date/Dates Meetings of the Empowered Group of Deans Committee for drafting guide lines and draft regulations for CBCS Since 27th March CBCS Guidelines Presentation before Deans Committee 20.4.2013 CBCS Guidelines Presentation Presentation before Chairpersons BOS 23.4.2013 CBCS Guidelines Presentation in Principals Conference 29.4.2013
Subject wise meetings of the Working Groups to prepare structure for various programs of study (UG/PG/CER/DIP etc.) and drafting of content of courses as per draft regulations 1.5.2013 to 10.5.2013 Meetings of the CBCS Deans Committee group to fine tune the changes in the regulations 1.5.2013 to 20.5. 2013 Syllabi Workshops with subject teachers from colleges to be conducted by Chairpersons BOS 15.5.2013 to 20.5.2013 Subject Wise Board of Studies Meetings for finalising
courses of study 25.5.2013 to 30.5.2013 Academic Council Meeting, Ist week of June Executive Council Meeting 2ndWeek of June Honble Chancellors assent 3rdWeek of June Introduction of CBCS Academic Session 2013-14 in both UG and PG
Semesterisation It involves clear cut identification of duration of teacher learner engagement duration for conduct of assessment and term end examination for evaluation certification by declaration of grades. As per UGC regulations in a semester there has to be a minimum of 90 teaching days for learner teacher engagement. A Look at Typical Semester 1-8 weeks Teaching involving
lectures, tutorials and practicals intersspersed with comprehensive continuous assesment in the form of quizzes, assignments, group discussions, seminars etc. followed by minor test I 9 Week Semester Break/ vacations/ time
for extra curricular activities 10-16 weeks Teaching involving lectures, tutorials and practicals intersspersed with comprehensive continuous assesment in the form of quizzes, assignments, group discussions,
seminars etc. followed by minor test II 17-20 Week Term End Examination to be conducted in 4 weeks duration including preparatory holidays Total duration of Semester: 24 weeks or 6 months 21-24 week
Evaluation of scripts, collation of raw scores of comprehensive continuous Assesment and term end examination followed by assignment of grades and declaration of results 25-26 week Vacations A Look at Typical week in a Semester Total no. of hours per week = Total no. of hours per day *
Total no. of days per week = 36 Hours of teacher learner interaction 11:00 12:00 1:00 LUNCH 10:00 2:00 3:00 4:00 A Look at Typical week in a Semester
Total no. of hours per week = Total no. of hours per day * Total no. of days per week = 36 Hours of teacher learner interaction T 11:00 12:00 1:00 LUNCH 10:00 2:00 3:00
4:00 Course Components (LTP) Lecture Sessions are the current mode of delivering the content. But here course offered is delivered through three components of teaching learning process: Lecture Session-L Tutorial Session-T Practical/Practice Session-P Syllabus MAJOR MINOR CORE
TWO SUBJECT IN EACH SUBJECT COMBINATION AS APPROVED BY BOS HARD SOFT OR ELECTIVE Programmes Compulsory Core Courses Elective Courses GI & HC 3. Programmes: (I) B.A. (Arts / Humanities / Languages)
a. English, Hindi, Sanskrit, Urdu, Punjabi, and other regional languages. b. Economics, Political Science, Sociology, Psychology, History, Philosophy, Geography, Mathematics, Statistics. c. Music, Visual Arts, Drama / Theatre, Social Work, Journalism & Mass Communication, Foreign Languages, Public Administration. (II) B.Sc. (Sciences / Physical Sciences / Bio-Sciences) a. Physics, Chemistry, Botany, Zoology, Geology, Geography, Astronomy. b. Mathematics, Statistics, Computer Science, Computer Applications, Information Technology. c. Home Science, Industrial Electronics, Microbiology, Bioinformatics, Biotechnology, Biochemistry, Healthcare & Nutrition, Astro-Physics. (III) B.Com. / B.B.A. (Commerce / Management) a. Commerce, Management. Provided that the following minor subject combinations will be allowed with different major subject:
Major Subject Minor Subject Combinations Permitted 1. One of the Languages other than the major. One of the 2. One Social Science or Science Subject. Languages 1. One of the languages or social sciences. One of the Social Science / 2. One of the Science Subjects. Humanities Subject 1. Mathematics. Physics 2. One of the Science or Social Science subjects. 1. Physics. Chemistry 2. One of the Science or Social Science subjects. 1. Zoology.
Botany 2. One of the Science or Social Science subjects 1. Botany. Zoology 2. One of the Science or Social Science subjects. Geology 1. Mathematics or Physics or Chemistry. 2. One of the Science or Social Science subjects Geography 1. Mathematics or Physics or Chemistry. 2. One of the Science or Social Science subjects.
1. Mathematics or Physics or Chemistry. 2. One of the Science or Social Science subjects. 1. Physics or Chemistry or one of the Social Sciences 2. One of the science or Social Science subjects. 1. Mathematics. 2. One of the Science or Social Science subjects. Astronomy Mathematics Computer Science, Computer Applications, Information Technology Any of the applied Sciences Commerce Management
1. One of the Science Subjects. 2. One of the Social Science subjects. 1. Management. 2. One of the Science or Social Science subjects. 1. Commerce. 2. One of the Science or Social Science subjects. Compulsory Language (CE,CH) Social Science(CSS,CG,CIC) Basic Science (CA, ENVS,) Minimum 3, Maximum 6 and each compulsory course is of 3 credits Maximum of 18 credits can be earned Core Courses
Hard Total 14 courses Each course of 4 credit Maximum 56 credits Elective Courses 10 to 13 Elective courses They can be major or minor Department Committee will ensure any elective course is offered once in every three years. First come first basis Failed candidate in 1 Elective course is permitted to opt for another elective course Elective courses are to be decided by BOS in each subjects Minimum of 40 credits can be earned GI & HC
General Computer Application, History of Science, Playing Musical instrument, Drawing, painting. One to three courses can be opted. These courses varies from 1 to 3 credits. Maximum of 9 credits can be earned. Course Evaluation Continuous comprehensive Evaluation 1. Attendance 2. Two Class Test after every thirty days of 3. 4. 1. 2. teaching.
Seminars, Group Discussion, Presentations etc. It will cover 50 percent of final Grade End semester exam. It will cover 50 percent of final Grade Paper will be set by University. GRC Grievance Redressal Committee 1. College Principal 2. For cases pertaining to major subject Head of the Department Course teacher Senior teacher of the Department 3. For cases pertaining to minor subject Head of the Department Course teacher Senior teacher of the Department
Maintenance of Record of Attendance and Comprehensive Continuous Assessment Following format for course-wise maintenance of Assessment cum Attendance Register is proposed S.No. Reg. No. Name Days NAME1
Attendanc e CCA1 (during first 8 weeks) CCA2 (during second 8 weeks) NAME2 CCA1 CCA2 Attendanc e
Template for Design of Syllabus of a Theory Course Header with note about minor tests, major tests, continuous comprehensive assesment, term end examination (with a note to the paper setter of term end examination) and distribution of marks for each component, credits assigned to the course (L:T:P) Body of the syllabus Unit-I Subunit 1 .. Unit-II Subunit 1 .. Level Number of Courses
UG (UG) Toal duration level 6 semesters Semester Ist (UG) Nature of Course Credits/ week /semester Compulsory Course Hard (Major)Core Course Soft (Allied)Core Course Elective Course (Departmental)
Open Elective (Course from Other Departments) Self Study Elective Course Non Credit Course Audit Course Additional Elective General Interest Course Total Credits / Semester Minimum Credits to be earned per semester Thanks
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