Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC)

Criterion II Summary

All programs are outcome oriented, ICT enabled, engaging learning experience through innovative teaching learning and assessment activities.

Major highlights of the criterion are:

Learner-centric and ICT integrated teaching-learning and assessment process.
• The average enrolment percentage is 90.82% and the seats filled against reserved categories is 82.11%.
• The percentage of full time teachers against sanctioned posts is 100% with an average experience of 11.31 years. 40.13% of the teachers have PhD or higher degrees.
• The teacher - student ratio of the College is 1:19
• The learning levels of the students are assessed through psychometric tests, qualifying examination marks, domain specific tests (Marian professional assessment test, Programming/Coding skills assessment etc.) and continuous assessments as part of OBE.
• Special opportunities for advanced learners include Walk with a Scholar, training for competitive exams, scholarship for professional programs and paper presentations, teaching internships, and online learning platforms such as Coursera edX, NPTEL-SWAYAM etc.
• Slow learners are engaged through Student Support programs, Peer group/buddy learning, remedial/ bridge courses, cooperative tasks and mixed (Slow and Advanced) group formation for projects/fieldwork.
• The mentor –mentee ratio is 1:19 and the College has a systematic mentoring process integrated into the time table.
• Academic Calendar and the teaching plans are strictly followed. Student satisfaction surveys are conducted and feedback on faculty is taken regularly.
• Experiential learning methods frequently used are internships, industrial visits, on-the-job training, field practicum/trips, surveys, peer- teaching activities, focused group learning, group discussions and presentations, flipped classrooms, response paper writing, reflective writing, micro projects, publishing articles etc.
• Integrated ICT tools like Moodle, Padlet, Kahoot, Mentimeter, Quizzes, Google Suite, Code Runner etc.
Linkages with foreign Universities to implement ICT tools.
• Pioneered in Outcome Based Education in the state of Kerala.
Published two books on OBE and has also offered training in OBE to peer institutions.
• The examination results are published within 15 days from the completion of the examinations.
• The average pass percentage of students is 90.12.
• Complaints/grievances about evaluation is below 4.5 %.
• The functioning of the Office of Controller of Examinations is fully automated including the assessment of OBE attainment.