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Teaching and Learning in higher education has a direct bearing on the type of graduates that are produced by a University. Quality assurance becomes an integral measure for ensuring that quality standards are maintained and implemented. Any higher education system becomes a waste if produces graduates with les employability. Thus, graduate employability is the critical factor of quality education in the present scenario, as it helps promote capacity building for contributing to economic growth and development. It is with this background that Jagan Nath University has evolved quality assuring teaching and learning processes.

There are four prime purposes of higher education i.e., production of a skilled and qualified human resources, empowering students with research and innovation skills, effective teaching-learning processes, and holistic education. All these four concepts are not mutually exclusive; rather they are integrated and reflect on the overall quality standards in the institution. Teaching and learning process is the central driving force to achieve all these purposes.

Jagan Nath University is model of quality assuring teaching-learning processes and may be described under four heads i.e. Curriculum Development, Curriculum Delivery and Monitoring, Evaluation System and Feedback System.

To ensure the effective delivery of curriculum and monitoring process, the following procedural steps are followed :

  1. Careful planning of various programmes and activities- At the beginning of each semester the office of the Registrar issues guidelines about the dates of commencement of semester, end of the semester, mid-term and end-semester examinations, holidays, etc. On the basis of which academic calendar is prepared.
  2. Allocation of courses to faculty- Course allocation is done by the respective HoDs at departmental level. This exercise is done by the end of previous semester in order to enable faculty members to start their preparations for the courses.
  3. Motivation/control by Senior Management- Senior Management is also involved in providing guidance and motivation for implementation of the academic plan.
  4. Co-ordination/monitoring/control by Coordinators- Dedicated and experienced program co-ordinators are appointed for each program for proper implementation of academic plans. Different reports are maintained to map the academic progress and teaching learning process which include:
    1. Class conduction report- This report is a record of the course classes that were conducted as per the scheduled timetable. It is compiled and maintained by the program co-ordinators and submitted to administration on a weekly basis.
    2. Second period attendance report- This report is compiled and sent daily by program co-ordinators. It includes the number of students present in all classes.
    3. Class adjustment report- This report is a record of the classes that had to be substituted / adjusted due to various reasons. It is compiled and maintained by the program co-ordinators and is sent on a weekly basis.
    4. Class cancellation report- It is a record of those classes that were cancelled due to the absence of both teacher and/or students. This report is shared by the program co-ordinator on a daily basis.
    5. Academic progress report- Academic progress report is about syllabus coverage in each course and whether it is as per the schedule /lesson plan and is shared by the assigned faculty member. It is forwarded on the monthly basis.
    6. End Semester report- End semester report is final compilation of all academic, co-curricular, extra- curricular activities, events organised, student participation, etc. It also includes the publication details, research and other achievements of the faculty members.
  5. Preparation of Course Files- Every faculty prepares the course file, lesson plan and get it approved from the HOD and Dean, Academics before the commencement of the semester. The Course File includes:
    1. Theory Teaching Plan
    2. Lab Plan (if applicable)
    3. COs, POs and PSOs Correlation document
    4. Academic Calendar
    5. Class Time Table
    6. Individual Time Table
    7. Assignments Schedule
    8. Previous question papers
    9. Attendance Record
    10. Assignment/ Tutorial Record