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To make its courses match with industry’s need, Gujarat Technological University (GTU) has decided to evaluate all its syllabi beginning with two-year-old MBA programme by an independent agency. For this, the varsity has approached Teachers University which has agreed to take up the project in a month. Not just degree programmes, all diploma and certificate courses will also be reviewed by other independent agencies in a phased manner. The first course the agency will assess is MBA.
The evaluation committee will begin work in August and is likely to submit its report by 30th January. During the process, the committee members will visit colleges and collect sample survey in a scientific manner. Based on the survey, a final report will be prepared and tabled before the university’s expert committee. The report will carry suggestions to improve the course content and teaching methodology, said GTU Vice-Chancellor Akshai Aggarwal. The second after MBA programme in line of evaluation is the certificate course in Personality Development.
Students feedback:Not just an objective analysis of independent reviewers, GTU will also collect students feedback on the content and teaching method. GTU students are techno savvy and can send their feedback about the syllabus, teaching methods, exam pattern and evaluation online, he said. The expert committee will study the survey of the evaluation committee. And if need be, it will introduce changes in the syllabus. The recommendations of evaluation committee and students suggestion will be considered while introducing changes in the course content, the vice chancellor said.
Areas of evaluation:Teaching method Course content Students grasping Examination pattern Teacher and students suggestion for change in the syllabi
Courtesy: Times of India
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