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Curricular Planning and Implementation

While implementing, developing and deploying the action plans of the curricula, the institute follows the norms and guidelines developed by the University of Mumbai. The University has adopted credit and semester base d grading system since 2011-12. For the effective implementation of curriculum following action plans have been initiated- Academic Calendar. Teacher’s Diary. Monthly Faculty Meeting. Department Level Meeting.
The detailed syllabi in the hard copy format and in online is available for teachers. Students also get similar facility. Workshops are organized on revised syllabus both for theory and practical by University of Mumbai. The institute encourages faculty members to participate in the same. The institute also organize workshops on revised syllabus in collaboration with respective Board of Studies. Faculty members of the institution of various subjects contribute in syllabus reforming and reconstructing by attending the meetings of BOS as a member or syllabi reformation committee. Dr. G. B. Sarang, Dr. Anita Awati & Dr. Vidya Shinde are the member of board of studies for the subject of History, Geography & Hindi respectively.  Faculty members are involved in paper evaluation team and perform duties such as paper setting, moderation and assessment. This kind of experience at University level helps in effective delivery of the curriculum at the institutional level. Our one of the faculty member prof. H. P. Thorat is written book on NCC and which is one of the most referring book by NCC Cadets throughout India. Same book has been opted by Mumbai University for NCC subject.  Dr. A.M. Shaikh from Dept. of Zoology contributed syllabus framing of Applied component T.Y.B.Sc. Fishery biology one as flexi syllabus and another as open unit formation. This inclusion are unique concept which depends of student and teacher choice. The institution try to develop innovative teaching methodology as per requirements and needs of the local students. For this purpose, faculty members use reference books, handbooks, slide shows, power point presentations and other teaching aids.  Library and laboratories resources are added.  Faculty members are also encouraged to attend Orientation, Refresher and Summer/ Winter Courses for updating of knowledge.  The institution runs under graduate programmes for Arts, Commerce and Science subjects. The institute has also started P.G. Courses in M.Sc. IT. Teachers provide research projects to the students based on local issues related with industries, ecological, social and management problems and try to suggest effective solutions for the same. Projects are allotted for the students in the subject’s foundation course and Zoology to enhance the research awareness among they student.  Mr. Sunil S. Shirke is a member of IQAC and also member of representative of local industry. He provide feedback and expectations of the industry with respect to curriculum and employability.  The institution offers skill development certificate courses under the following names. Water Analysis. Industrial Fishery. Spoken English and Communication Skill.  Personality Development Course & Applied Component (Web Design and Technologies).  Unit tests, tutorials, assignments are conducted on regular basis. Fulfilment of the objectives of the curriculum is measured through student’s final examinations at UG and PG levels.  It is also checked through student’s feedback on curriculum that objectives are getting fulfilled or not.  Institution offers self financed programmes at UG level for B.Sc. IT, B.Sc. CS and B.M.S. and at PG level for M.Sc. IT. The institution contributes to nation building through the Student’s Service Units like NCC, NSS and WDC. Institution conducted value added course on Yoga and Meditation. The institution collects feedback from various stakeholders on curriculum. The student’s opinion about the curriculum is taken into consideration and is forward to BOS and syllabus committee through faculty members.  Parents, alumni, concern local industries also contribute their views regarding the curriculum which is communicated to University authorities