Self-Learning Committee

The academic system in the Institution facilitates students to learn beyond the syllabus and curriculum. Our curriculum offers courses like a project-based laboratory, industry field training, project work, MOOC certification course, value-added course, technical presentations, etc. The components of self-learning are evaluated in these areas.

Facilities and schemes to encourage self-learning:

The details of facilities and schemes available in the institution and the department to encourage self-learning in students are explained as follows:

  • Web-based learning:

Web-based learning is enabled through sophisticated computer labs with speed internet in the institution for students.CoursematerialsandvideolecturesareavailablethroughIntranet. Google Classroom is incorporated into our teaching-learning process to interact with students 24X7 by posting technical content and updated technologies, etc.

  • LCD Projectors and Visualizers:

LCD Projectors have been installed in all classrooms, which has enabled Faculty to teach and students to understand in a better manner than chalk and board teaching. Visualizers are installed in B04& B05 Rooms, LCD Projectors, and Visualizers support a wide variety of learning styles. It offers teachers an entirely different way of presenting

  • MOOC certification course:

It has been made mandatory for each Faculty member and student to register for at least one online course on platforms such as Coursera, Edx, NPTEL, etc. per semester. This enables them to enrich their subject knowledge with current trends and also to equip themselves with inter-domain subjects.

Self-Learning Committee for the A.Y. 2022-23

S.NoName of the MemberDesignationPosition
1Prof. Dr.R. Shyam SundarPrincipalChairperson
2Ms. P. VaishaliAssistant Professor, CSEConvener
3Ms. K. Deepthi KrishnaAssistant Professor, CSEMember
4Mr. T. Sai KumarAssistant Professor, AIMLMember
5Ms. K. KousalyaAssistant Professor, H&SMember
6Dr.Shilpa RaniAssistant Professor, CSEMember

The following table depicts details of facilities available to support the self-learning of students:

FacilityDescription
Smart classroomsClassroom with LCD projector and interactive board
  Digital LibraryComputers with Internet and intranet facilities to access all kinds of E-books and E-journals
Library- Reference Books, Hand Books, Encyclopedias, DictionariesA sufficient number of volumes on core and application areas, technology journals
E-learning resourcesNPTEL, E-Books, videos
      Events that encourage self-learningSeminars, Workshops, Conferences, Guest Lectures, Webinars, Paper presentations outside the institution, Industrial Visits & Training
  Course FilesStudents can access the course file related to the concerned subject which includes notes/ material used by faculty to teach in the class.
Old Question PapersTo know the important topics covered many times.
    Class Observation and EvaluationThe class Observation & Evaluation project was initiated to help faculty and students understand the classroom session more effectively. A student can listen to the sessions after going home and a test at the end of the session will judge his attentiveness and performance.

Announcements:

  • Finishing School classes are starting from 14th May,2024

  • Project School classes will resume from 27th May,2024 onwards

  • Regular University classes will begin from 3rd June,2024 after the summer vacation