Curricular Aspects

In almost every programme, Curricula developed and implemented have the relevance to the local, national, regional and global developmental needs. These are reflected in Programme Outcomes (POs), Programme Specific Outcomes (PSOs) and Course Outcomes (COs) of the various Programmes offered by the Institution. Global strategies have been introduced in the curricula of most departments to keep track of the global trends so that the students can develop global competencies so that the student achieves capability for employability, innovation and research. Projects are incorporated in the curriculum as well as professional and industrial training so that the students get a view of the outside world and prepare themselves accordingly. Particularly a few courses in the curricula are modified to reflect the local socio-economic conditions of Tamilnadu. The college is committed to provide the best quality education to the students. The students of Tamilnadu, particularly rural people of Thanjavur, who are deprived of educational facilities for ages, can opt for a range of courses at various levels in the college. The academic council invites experts from various fields and reviews the curriculum aspects so that it suits the needs according to the requirements of the service sector. Initially each department formulates its curriculum after approval by the staff council. This is then put forward before the board of studies. Once it is approved by the board of studies, it is brought in the academic council for final approval. The Board of studies consists of the faculty and external experts who are in constant touch with the developments in the field that ensures the relevance of the subject matter and the present needs in the field.