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Applied Sciences & Humanities - Teaching & Learning Process 

Teaching Practices B.Tech Applied Science and Humanities at ITS
Learning Process B.Tech Applied Science and Humanities at ITS

Effective Teaching Learning Process lays strong foundation for achieving academic success. ITS Engineering College follows Learner focused Teaching Approach to promote and develop the requisite knowledge, skills, attitudes and continuous learning habit among its students. This consists of a set of principles, beliefs, ideas about the nature of learning which is rendered into the classroom. Students are engaged in activities that enable them to acquire knowledge, skills, as well as positive attitude and values.

Our innovative and comprehensive curriculum enables our students acquire knowledge of fundamentals, requisite skills and expertise expected from the future professionals. Curriculum is designed as continuous process which basically enhances the learning by the students. 

Market realities are changing fast, therefore, the various departments of the institute modify and upgrade their curriculum from time to time to provide the latest knowledge and skills to our students.

As an added advantage, learning at ITS Engineering College is not only restricted to the classroom but also through field visits, summer internship, vocational courses and constant interaction with industry personnel / professional experts.

The whole Teaching & Learning at ITS Engineering College is categorized into three broad areas of Knowledge Acquisition and Skill Development.

1. The Learning Outcomes for all our Programmes

Institute level learning outcomes broadly describe expected and desired consequences of learning through integrated curricular and co-curricular experiences. 

They provide us with a basis for ongoing assessment to continuously improve teaching and learning process.

2. Effective Teaching Methods & Content Delivery

The main method of providing knowledge is through lectures, the associated hand-outs and supporting material. Lectures are supported by associated problem solving sessions which reinforce the lecture content.

Feedback on progress is given through tutorials, study groups, coursework, class tests, and students are expected to use this feedback to enhance & develop their learning.

3. Assessment

Majority of the lecture modules are assessed by written exams and practical exams at the end of the academic year. 

Student project work is assessed by oral presentation of the ideas, written reports with details of the design, implementation & testing of the program under consideration and the conclusions drawn

4. Innovative Approach

Guest Lectures/ Expert Lectures by eminent persons from Industry & Academic. Industrial/ Field Visits Use of Audio Visual Aids in Teaching Learning Process Seminars/ Workshops on Emerging / Innovative Avenues in various technical/ non-technical fields by Industry Experts Students/ Faculty Exchange Programs in collaboration with various renowned Institutions/Universities.

Innovative teaching B.Tech Applied Science and Humanities at ITS