Best Practices

BEST PRACTICES I: PLACEMENT PROGRAMME

Goal: To makes the students’ maximum resourceful, productive and reach greater professional heights as per the need of present time.

Context:  All the activities of the college inherent aim are employability empowerment of students.  Hence, Placements are prime and end objective of the Institute.

Practices:

  • Place ability of a student is depending on Attitude, Skills and Knowledge (ASK).  Hence,  we have Human Resource Department, instead of Training & Placement Cell.
  • Different specialized and focused teams are working together in achieving our placement goals – (a) Departments – Adding Knowledge (b) ED Cell, and different activity forums focusing on Skill set (c) Zestech – A professional partner of our Training Programs developing positive Attitudes and etiquettes required. The typical training strategies used in this regard are :
  • Time meter – Max time required to solve a problem
  • Buzz – Stimulus to learn more
  • Twister – A time to put your thinking hat on
  • Get Set Go – Questions that keep you asking for more
  • Challenges – For those who dare to stand out from the crowd
  • Heat meter – Significance of the module with reference to Placements
  • Difficulty meter – Indicates complexity level of questions asked during placements
  • Trivia – An informative break from routine
  • Time for action – Questions to check your depth of knowledge
  • Recharge – Re-affirm your confidence on the module
  • Time to prove myself – To evaluate your mastery

Aptitude tools :

  • Data interpretation and Data Sufficiency
  • Directions (Time, speed, distance)
  • Ratio, Proportions & Partnership
  • Blood relations

Verbal tools :

  • Describing people
  • Introducing yourself, Greetings & Farewell
  • Socializing

 Soft Skills

  • Team work
  • Time management
  • Extempore
  • Resume building, E-mail writing
  • Personal grooming

Evidence of Success:

Our training programs ensures that post completion of the exhaustive training schedule, each and every student is well equipped to face the industry challenges and be called as an Industry Ready Professional (IRP). 

Provide web link to:  Placed students list against the trained students

Problems Encountered:

  • Finding ASK combo in one learner.
  • Integration of dynamic training-learning methodologies.

 

BEST PRACTICES II: DIGITALIZATION PRACTICE IN THE INSTITUTION THROUGH

  1. a) DHI – A SMART digital MIS platform of AIT  and  b) Digital mode of teaching using ICT tools.

DHI – MIS Objectives:

  • To aid the integration of ICT into academic and administration purposes.
  • To inculcate paperless learning ambiance
  • To determine practical use of technology integration.

The Context: No one could form any theories or draw any conclusions until he/she had sufficient data in hand.  Data is the basic building block of everything we do in analytics; the reports we build, the analyses we perform, the decisions we influence and the optimizations we derive.  Digitalization of Institutional Practice is the only answer for this. Hence The institution embraces digitalization throughout the entire academic and administrative processes through its digital MIS platform DHI (A Sanskrit word means intellectual ability) a MIS software and other ICT tools.

The Practice: DHI is a Simple, Monitorable, Accurate, Responsive, and Transparent digital MIS mechanism, used in academic and administration processes.  It facilitates all the stakeholders of the institute to make use of processed data and can make decisions related to.

  • For Students:  The complete processed information available for students from their campus entry to exit.  For example- Admission & fee details, Program/Course curriculum, course material, Class, Lab & internal test time table, day wise attendance, Evaluation schemes and results, Mentoring, Placement information, students feedback and institution circular alerts etc.,
  • For Teachers: For Teachers it is very useful in terms of sharing of TT, Notes, Presentations with the students, marking of attendance, mentoring, transparent continuous evaluation, result sharing and feedback with students and parents, Leave management etc.,
  • For Management: The complete data related to Admission, Academic and  HR administration available to the management with single click, which will help further in Decision making, Planning and implementation.
  • For Parents:  Parents are able access the information related to their wards regarding their attendance on daily basis and their academic performance.
  • Evidence of success: Administrators, Teachers and learners of the institute, got benefited in terms of informed planning, decision making, staff workload management, human resource management, communication, staff & students performance and evaluation.
  • Problems encountered:

Our MIS does have limitations, like its developing cost, employee training time, lack of versatility, and the non involvements of end-user.

Digital mode of teaching using ICT tools.

 Objectives:

  1. Changing the traditional mode of teaching learning to innovative methods
  2. Making effective use of ICT
  3. Developing Digital Content
  4. Increasing the student’s participation
  5. Develop the skills and confidence of students and effective use of digital technology
  6. To encourage higher-level thinking and creativity through ICT

Context: Covid -19 pandemic poses lot of challenges in front of educational institutes in general and the teaching learning process in particular. To address this issue, we decided to develop Digital learning Content and make effective usage of ICT tools

The Practice: The practice is to make the use of unique resource available with the institute Digital Content Development. Under this practice every subject teacher prepared the following digital content

  1. The recorded Video Lectures
  2. Department wise Video banks with QR Code
  3. Department wise PPTs banks with QR Code
  4. Department wise MCQ banks with QR Code
  5. Department wise Question Banks
  6. Department wise Study material banks with QR Code
  7. Institute’s You Tube Channel, Class wise WhatsApp learning groups
  8. Webinars, Google Class rooms, Virtual meetings on zoom platform etc.,
  9. E-Library facility with E-Books, E-Journals

Evidence of Success: Digital content using ICT tools available for student round the clock.

Problems encountered:  Only ICT cannot be used to integrate and influence learners towards learning.  The integration of ICT into education is a risk to the traditional book and handwriting methods.

 

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