We have made a number of innovations to make learning interesting and engaging.
No. Of courses : 20 (BSc), Revision : Almost 100 % for all
FYBSc : Fundamentals, SYBSc : New skills, TYBSc : Applications
Zero Rote Learning
We ask : Analyse, Apply, Comprehend,
We avoid : Define, Derive etc.
Students are forced to get deeper in the subject matter.
Strong correlation between theory and experiments, New Experiments developed / introduced (BSc ) : 44
Better understanding of theory, Better hands on training
Literature Review, SYBSc and TYBSc : 1 per course, Research Papers from last 5 years
Exposure to new research
Semester long Project, Mini research, Exposure to synopsis and thesis writing
Application to real life, Developing new/low cost techniques
Project Based Learning
1 small project per course, 20 Projects in 3 years,
Independent Thinking, ability to take Initiative & Lab Skills
Promoting Academic Talent
PROBE (Student Research Seminar), 54 posters / 12 Oral presentations in 2020
Jigyasa (Exhibition), 51 Exhibits in 2020.
Competitive, External Judging
Showcasing and Appreciating scientific / academic talent
4 New Courses in UG, Astronomy, Acoustics (SY), Digital Image Processing, Applied Physics (TY)
PG (MSc) Course in Physics
Industry Specific, Contemporary, Research oriented
3 Assignments per course, All are application Based, Evaluated in end semester exam.
Better learning of applications, Better concept understanding, Helps in entrance exams
Make Your own CV
For students CV matters when they apply for PG/PhD courses or a for a job. Here they have an opportunity to choose project topics to propel their career. For example, if one is interested in astrophysics he/she can select project topics of different courses which leads to astrophysics and make a unique CV for their future progress. What more? They can also control the difficulty level of their project making learning suitably paced.