ACADEMIC PROGRESSION CELL
Code of Academic Conduct: Honesty is a fundamental principle in all academic activities. Academic misconduct in any form is unfavorable to the purposes and functions of the college and therefore is unacceptable and rigorously prohibited. Academic misconduct includes any act which improperly affects the evaluation of a student’s academic performance or achievement.
Academic Progression Cell (APC) is centralized cell responsible to ensure and promote the academic quality, integrity and effectiveness of teaching- learning process. Before the commencement of academic session, action plans are discussed with the Principal and Heads of various departments for delivering effective teaching learning process. Once the academic session is in full swing and all the laid action plans are being followed, the academic progression cell reviews the effectiveness of these action plans as well as suggest measures for improvement. Academic Progression Cell is instrumental in ensuring effective monthly conduction of academics and corrective action taken, if needed. APC is headed by Academic Coordinator along with department in-charges, All incharges are involved in monitoring process. Class teachers & Mentors are pillars of APC.
|1||Dr. Narendra Bawane, Principal||Chairman|
|2||Dr. Swati Rahate, HoD-MBA||Coordinator|
|3||Dr. Debashish Bhaumick, HoD-FY||Member|
|4||Prof. Mona Mulchandani, HoD-CSE||Member|
|5||Prof. Mahadev Mahajan, HoD-ETC||Member|
|6||Prof. Rohan Ingle, HoD-EE||Member|
|7||Prof. Prakash Dhopte, HoD-ME||Member|
Responsibilities of Academic Progression cell
- Effective curriculum delivery through smooth conduction of regular classes
- Achievement of learning outcomes for each course
- Development of a positive work environment, one that is innovative and responsive to student needs.
- Supervise following academic activities to promote academic excellence in all departments
- Preparation of academic calendar
- Preparation of time table, subject distribution and load calculation
- The overall attendance monitoring of the students of each class.
- Adherence to the dates mentioned in the academic calendar for conducting various activities by each department.
- Progress of the coverage of the syllabus of each class
- Internal assessment of students
- Activities to facilitate Advanced and slow learners
- Result analysis at the end of each semester.
- Curriculum Feedback system
- Ensuring exam grievances to be submitted to exam grievance cell (EGC) in each department.
- Monthly academic audits by IQAC team
Besides regular chalkboard teaching, JIT encourages all faculty members to prepare their own e-learning resources in the form of Power-Point presentations, short videos on important topics, pdf lecture notes etc. Activities in addition to regular curriculum like online certifications, research paper writing, field visits and internships make the teaching learning process more effective.
Tutorial classes, a part of the course delivery inculcate problem solving skills among the students to supplement the regular teaching learning process. Students and faculties share resources through the online platform of MOODLE & Google Classroom. The provision of remedial classes for slow learners help to improve their performance.
Internal assessment through the unit test, pre-university test, viva, assignments prepare students to score good marks in University exam.
Students get hands-on experience of theoretical knowledge by conducting additional practicals. They are encouraged to organize and participate in different activities under the banner of student forums and also encouraged to participate in national /international events and project competitions. This helps them in exploring ideas and innovations.
The existence of Exam grievances cell provides students a platform to solve exam related queries.
Curriculum feedback is taken by various stakeholders and analysed, current trend gaps are identified and based on both of it, gaps are identified. Eminent experts are invited for seminars and workshops for sharing hands-on experience from academia/organization/industries related to the courses in curriculum, topics beyond syllabus and current industry trends. Different teaching learning activities like group discussions, technical quizzes, student seminars, surprise tests, etc. are conducted by the course teachers for the students. Special skill development courses called ‘Value Added Programs’ are planned and executed. These value-added programs are conducted in collaboration with industry experts for technical and soft skill development of students.