Continuous Internal Evolution (CIE) System Indicator looks at issues related to assessment of teaching, learning and evaluative processes and reforms, to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of the system. One of the purposes of evaluation is to provide development-inducing feedback. The qualitative dimension of evaluation is in its use for enhancing the competence of students. Innovative evaluation process is to gauge the knowledge and skills acquired at various levels of the programmes. The reforms are continuously adopted by all departments of institute affiliated to MAKAUT(formerly WBUT) as per the academic calendar of the University. With introduction of semester system of examination, twice in a year for all the courses both external and internal evaluations were started. Through oral instructions & by putting notices on college notice boards the institution makes its students aware about the dates, routine and process flow regarding the internal evaluation and form the University website students get the routine for semester examination. Institute has its well structured department to organize all examinations and co-ordinate with University from time to time related to students issue like: admit card for examination, report card etc. There are various committees for student evaluation and examination like: committee for question paper moderation for internal examination, examination committee for conducting the semester examination and internal assessment.
The examination papers are set and answer copies are valued externally by the University. University also asked the model questions from college faculty before each semester examination. The college only conducts the examinations of 3 hours duration as per time table provided by the University with the help of its well structured examination cell and examination committee.
Through classroom teaching, presentation and assignment, students have developed communication skills and self confidence. The various parts of students’ performance are judged during the internal evaluation, like: class attendance, mode of presentation and assignment and performance on written internal assessment. Based on the performance of internal assessment and attendance students are allowed to sit for the semester examination. Seventy five percent of attendance is mandatory to fill the form which makes the students eligible for University semester examination. The management of the college ensures that all the students attend their class regularly and clear their internals as per the norms.
Students can lodge their grievances if any portion appears out of syllabus in the external examination/ semester examination to the officer in charge of examination committee. They can apply for the re-totaling of their marks in the exams or scrutiny by following the proper process mentioned by the University if not satisfied.
The institution measures learning outcomes in terms of actual marks and percentage of marks secured by the students in various assessments. The students’ progress is monitored throughout the session by the respective faculties as well as by the concerned departmental head at the end by CO and PO mapping. This is also monitored by their performance in the semester practical exams.
The objective of education is overall development of student’s performance and personality. To meet this purpose extra-curricular and co-curricular activities are carried all over the year within all the departments and courses of institutes. They include various cultural competitions, debate & essay competitions, workshop etc. This way the students learn the values of community feeling, responsibility, managerial skill, leadership, aesthetics, effective speaking and creativity etc.