Curriculum Development Cell

Curriculum Development is a guide track of any formal educational process and has  to consider the      competencies expected from a student for different job situations. It has to  provide contents, for meeting   requirements to the job situations in which a technician is    expected to work in real life, by judiciously mixing   humanities, science and engineering subjects and their practical components. 

 

The main functions of the centre are :

 

  1. Designing curriculum  for various new courses for running in institutions  affiliated to Board of Technical Education Lucknow.
  2. Revising, updating and reviewing curriculum of the existing courses. 
  3. Identifying staff  needs and physical resources, required for running the courses.
  4. Identifying new courses as per the need of industries and in the areas of service center were the need is as per latest  technological development in the world.
  5. Identifying training and retraining needs of existing staff.

 

C.D.C. continuously evaluates the curriculum as per needs. of span. Mutually interactive relationship is maintained for effective implementation of    curriculum with polytechnics.  Institute carries out survey to assess the short coming in   the curriculum, functions performed by the manpower being produced and their on-job deficiencies.

 

The development, revision and review are taken up by holding workshops, inviting   experts from the industry, higher level institutions, premier employing agencies and the faculty   of the institutes.  The draft syllabus is then sent to the teachers, experts in the field and   employers to solicit their views on the contents. The contents are finalized through discussions   on inclusion/deletion of suggestions obtained in workshop and thereafter finally by the   validation committee.  The curriculum is thus finalized and is implemented after approval of statutory syllabus committee of the Board of Technical Education (U.P.) Lucknow.

 

  1. A curriculum is an attempt to communicate the essential features of Educational programmes, preferably using specific objectives and a systematic approach to the design and management to teaching and learning.
  2. It should be capable of effective translation by teachers in the field and responsive to changing values and expectation in education if it is to remain useful.
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Proposed Workshop Programs 2016-17

 

Schedule of Curriculum Revision of All Running Diploma Courses for the Year 2016-17