SCHEME AND SCOPE

Academic Scope

The College follows the curriculum prescribed by the Bangalore University.

Our pedagogy is not restricted by the transmission mode where the students are passive receivers of the information. Rather, we encourage students to bring out their world view, their perceptions to the body of information they study. Teachers use an interactive mode through class seminars, presentations, brain storming sessions, case study discussion and so on. This process helps students to develop as thinking individuals capable of generating ideas and exploring knowledge for themselves. Alongside the discussion of factual information, students also examine ethical implications wherever appropriate. We trust that, given this rigor, students will develop as self confident persons, always positive in attitude that have in them:

  • The requisite academic qualifications to seek employment
  • The ability to think independently
  • Adequate communication and interpersonal skills
  • Leadership qualities
  • A sense of social responsibility

Through this, the students are made to realize that the interests are taken care of like other prestigious institutions. Efforts are always made to have 60 hours of teaching in spite of holidays and personal leave of absence. If needed special classes are conducted beyond the working hours and in some cases the lecturers engage classes on holidays to complete the syllabus. In fact, the completion of portion is done in its true meaning to the satisfaction of the stakeholders. Work Diaries are maintained by the teaching staff which will be monitored by the Principal and the Mentor – one of the Management Committee Member-on monthly bases.

TEACHING METHODS AND FACILITIES

Academic Calendar

The teaching methods and facilities offered are unique in nature. An academic calendar covering the even semester has been prepared and approved by the BEEI MC. As far as possible, efforts will be made to adhere to the calendar of events.

Lesson Plan

Subject wise lesson plans are prepared for both semesters. These have been exhibited predominantly in the respective class rooms. Students will be directed to adhere, familiarize and monitor the probable date of completion of each unit. A copy of the same will be displayed in the Staff room for use by the faculty members.

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Name of Lecturer: Date:

Course: B.Com / BBM Lesson No.

Unit: Topic

INSTRUCTIONAL GOAL: (outcome that students should be able to demonstrate upon completion of the entire unit: Please specify)

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVE: (use and action very in a description of a measurable outcome)

RATIONAL (brief justification- why you feel the students need to learn this topic)

LESSON CONTENT: (what is to be taught?)

INSTRUCTIONAL PROCEDURES:

  • Focusing event (something to get student attention)
  • Teaching procedures (method you will use)
  • Formative check (progress check through the lesson)
  • Student participation (how you will get the students to participate)
  • Closure (how you will end the lesson?)

SIGNATURE OF LECTURER

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Classification of Academic period

  • Face to face class room teaching
  • Providing reference work
  • Conduct unit wise test – minuscule tests
  • Skill Development Activities
  • Reading Room activities for referencing
  • Field visits wherever necessary
  • Statement Methodology Analysis Reporting Techniques (SMART)
  • Usage of PDSA – Plan-Do-Study-Act
  • Role Play, Quiz, Group Discussion, Presentation

The various types of contribution to enrich quality of learning will be evolved from time to time based on the experiences gained by the individual faculty in their relevant subjects. The common parameters:

  • Special program
  • Remedial classes
  • Seminars
  • Help out slow learners
  • Group discussion
  • Unit of cycle tests
  • Circulation of printed study materials
  • Notes preparation by students
  • Interactive sessions
  • Working out various types of problems for practical subjects
  • Solving examination question papers
  • Providing scheme of valuation
  • Concept concentration through chorus repletion
  • Traditional system of teaching learning under the tree
  • Staff room interactions

Advance Learner challenges

A Data Bank is being maintained about the student’s academic growth from Second year Pre-University Course till the completion of graduation. Based on this information, advanced learners are identified, encouraged and given special guidance such as issue of more books from Library, parting with personal complementary copies of reference book by the faculty members, additional counseling. Teachers regularly provide them with extra reading material and courage them to get their work regularly assessed. In all, teachers create an inspiring atmosphere within the classroom for these advanced learners. Merit scholarships are also given by the BEEI Management in the presence of students. Toppers in various subjects at the college level are encouraged. Students are encouraged to display their knowledge or expertise through presentations in the classroom. Advanced learners are also especially encouraged to attend academic fests organized by other colleges so that they can compete themselves against equally bright students

Selected student program: B.Com

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Register No. MARKS OBTAINED

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Pre-University SEMESTER

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EACH ONE TEACH ONE ( UNDER THE GUIDENCE OF SUBJECT TEACHER )

Adoption of ‘EACH ONE TEACH ONE’ concept was introduced for the First Year BBM students on an experimental basis wherein the students who are well versed in a particular subject will teach the slow learners of that class. For example, a student who admitted to BBM having Science as optional subject will teach the Business Mathematics to the students who have difficulties in learning Mathematics and the students who is well versed in Accountancy will teach the science and arts students. Though the scheme seems to be popular among the students, the results shall be known only when the First Semester results are announced. If the experiment were to prove successful, the same techniques will be extended at the Institution level for all courses.

Campus Group Studies

A student mentor based CGS was introduced. The Final year students formed a Core Group for combined studies during the study holidays by visiting the College. They were made to sit under a Tree within the campus so that the real learning can happen by involving oneself with the Nature. Periodic supervision was made by the Principal to monitor their behavior and progress. No untoward incident was reported. The results were encouraging namely B.Com 80% and BBM 92 %.

Reading Week

A Reading week concept was introduced. Reading week is a period of time set aside to private study rather than formal teaching. Normally, it is structured during the last of the semester so that the students can revise the entire portion of the subject that has been covered during a given semester. The subject teacher will accompany the students to the Library or the students will be left free to structure the private study in a module. The concerned faculty member will decide the specific work for the students. The Principal will approve the scheme. The students and the faculty will carry out extensive reference work during this week either in the Library or in the Business Lab or in the Computer Room. The Time Table Committee shall prepare a detailed time table. Through this, the purpose of Reading Week is to allow a period of time free from teaching which the students are expected to use the one’s time as productively as possible. Reading week is not a holiday. It is the time when the students are expected to go through the Reference Books / Journals / Periodicals in the concerned subject to supplement their learning. An internal assessment mark will be awarded. Attendance will be marked for participation in the Reading week by the Librarian.

Skill Development Program

A skill development program shall be taken up side by side by the faculty members as part of the university syllabus. Normally, five exercises are provided to the students. Students will be directed to collect primary data for certain subjects for report writing in major subjects such as Business Mathematics, Business Statistics, Costing, Management subjects. Real life problems involving field visits will be given so that real exposure can be experienced by the student example calculation of EMI, preparation of Electricity Bills, Water Bills, family Balance Sheet. Students will be directed to specify their personal experiences whenever they had a field trip to collect the data. Thought provoking experiences are reported. These were analyzed and the concerned authorities are kept informed. Thus the students of FGC are in the process of getting themselves equipped with the skill of comprehension, analysis, organization and presentation which will be their lifelong assets. Internal marks are awarded based on the presentation.

Question Bank

Faculty members took inner initiative in preparing the Question Banks in their respective subjects. In addition, they also resort to updating the same from time to time. These will be given to the students not only for their guidance but for their improvement. The faculty members will provide backup assistance. In addition, the faculty members exchange their copy of the scheme of valuation so that the students can prepare their answers according to the requirements of the University.

Cycle Test

Constant assessing of the student knowledge (outside the university examination) is attempted. Teachers give informal tests after completion of each unit. Bridge courses are arranged for every numerically oriented subject. In all the subjects with a practical component, a special record book is maintained and these are regularly assessed. Students are encouraged to repeat the difficult problems. Mock practical tests are also conducted. Copies of previous year questions papers are made available to the students

Wall Journal

To test the aptitude and attitude of the students, a Wall Journal was introduced by the Department of Kannada. Students are encouraged to collect information and display it for a fortnight. In other words, periodic updating of contents is practiced. Based on the experiences, it is now decided to provide a theme based idea for the fortnight’s composition. It has generated a lot of information.

Banyan Tree Program

Unique PDP for the students to enable them to perform to their fullest potential through various activities such as public speaking, group discussion, mock interview, psychological counseling, academic and theatre workshops. The in-house PDP was in the agenda. The following activities were organized.

  • Body language
  • Communication exposure
  • PDP
  • Psychology test
  • Soft skills development program
  • Guidance for preparation of Project Guide
  • Approach to competitive Tests 

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