With the colleges finally reopening and the freshers looking forward to the orientation sessions, enthused and all pepped up, here’s the new buzz with all the information about the Foundation Courses that the University wants to fill you in with.
In the changes that seem to be toppling the world for some and making it a better place for others under the four year under graduate program, we will now have specially prepared Study Material for the foundation courses which will be launched in the coming weeks. Translations in Hindi of the same would also be available. The content allows the student to push himself/herself a step further to supplement the daily knowledge with tasks prescribed which are to be undertaken at home. Study Material for MIL and other languages are available at the concerned department.
For providing a better and a more innovative mode of learning, more than 1250 teachers have attended Orientation workshops at CPDHE, in order to adapt to the new pedagogy of participative learning. In order to get a hands on experience with the working of these modules, a master class for a batch of about 40 students was held on 16-17th July 2013 at which sample modules by eminent scholars were offered.
Finally, in what seems like a respite, the small corner behind your readers, prescribing some essential readings for all , which for most of us meant- the additional and failed task of trying to get them from somewhere and eventually not laying our hands on them, will not be a hassle anymore. The libraries in colleges and on campus will now be equipped with the same. Adding to these, Institute of Lifelong Learning will be periodically uploading online material for the foundation courses.
Adding to these series of changes, alternate foundation courses for ‘Mathematics’ and ‘Science’ have been designed for the Visually Impaired students.
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