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1.1 Curriculum Design and Development(50)

1.1.1

Curricula developed/ rare shastric texts adopted have relevance to the local/ national/ regional/global developmental needs with learning objectives includingprogramme outcomes, programme specific outcomes and course outcomes of all the programmes offered by the University.  

 Curricula developedrare shastric texts adopted

1.1.2

Percentage of programmes where syllabus revision was carried out during the last five years

Percentage of programmes where syllabus revision

1.1.3

Average percentage of courses having focus on indepth-shastric learning/ creative writing/ employability/ entrepreneurship/ skill development/ Interdisciplinary/ Indigenous Knowledge base with modern application during the last five years

Average percentage of courses having focus 

1.1.4

All Syllabi related to Sanskrit/Shastra subjects are available through Sanskrit medium.

All Syllabi related to Sanskrit 

1.2 Academic Flexibility (50)

1.2.1

Whether the University has designed and offered any Innovative Courses/ Coursesin emerging area/ Sanskrit based courses including scientific and technical literature leading to both traditional and modern degrees (e.g. Shastri, B.Sc. etc) with combination of yoga, Ancient and Modern Mathematics/ Economics/ Management/ Law/ Computer Science/Theoretical Ayurveda/ Krishi-parashara/ Vrikshayurveda etc. If yes give details.

Whether the University has designed and offered any Innovative Courses

1.2.2

Percentage of Programmes in which Choice Based Credit System (CBCS)/elective course system has been implemented (Preceding academic year)

 Percentage of Programmes in which Choice Based Credit System

1.2.3

University provides the flexibility of bringing together the conventional face-to-face mode, MOOCs, online education and allow students to choose and combine the courses they are interested in. Provide details.

University provides the flexibility of bringing together the conventional face-to-face mode 

1.3 Curriculum Enrichment (30)

1.3.1

Institution integrates cross cutting issues as reflected in Sanskrit literature relevantto Gender, Environment and Sustainability, Human Values and Professional Ethics and traditional system of shastric learning into the Curriculum

1.3.1

1.3.2

Number of value-added courses impartingtransferable and life skillsoffered during the last five years

 Number of value-added courses impartingtransferable

1.3.3

Average Percentage of students enrolled in the courses under 1.3.2

Average Percentage of students enrolled  

1.3.4

Percentage of students undertaking field projects/ internship/ training programme/ summer assignment etc. (Preceding academic year data)


1.3.5

University Curriculum has units and sub-units of the modern subjects like History, Political Science, Education, Psychology, Economics and statistics etc. have contents from Sanskrit based knowledge and being taught in Sanskrit medium. Modern Sanskrit Literature is also included in the curriculum, Provide details

University Curriculum has units and sub-units 

1.4 Feedback System (20)

1.4.1

Structured feedback received from

1.4.2

Feedback processes of the institution may be classified as follows:

 

1.4.3

The feedback thus obtained is Discussed in theStatutory Bodies of the University like Academic Council/Executive Council etc.

  • Is used for restructuring the curriculum
  • Discussed with Traditional scholars/ Peers

1.4.3