Vice-Chancellor of Kurukshetra University, Prof. Chaired by Somnath Sachdeva, Dean of Academic Affairs of Kurukshetra University and Coordinator of the NEP, University Deans, Department Heads, Directors, Directors and Examiners are preparing a curriculum for the revised framework for UG programs in the context of curriculum and credit-based national education The Senate Hall Controller meeting was organised. Vice-Chancellor Prof. Somnath Sachdeva said that Kurukshetra University had already implemented NEP-2020 on its campus from the 2022-2023 session and that the national education policy curriculum and the credit framework based on the national education policy from the 2023-24 session in implemented at the respective universities.
Professional. Somnath said all university department heads should work on preparing the curriculum over the next 15 days and is committed to implementing national education policy at this session in collaboration with department heads, deans, faculty and teachers. Dean of Academic Affairs of Kurukshetra University and Coordinator of NEP Prof. Anil Vashisht briefed all university stakeholders on the National Education Policy Framework based on the National Education Policy Curriculum and Credit Framework. He informed that according to the syllabus and the credit framework, undergraduate students will have the opportunity to choose courses within the framework of the multidisciplinary study program and the main study program.
In the multidisciplinary UG program, students must earn 132 credits over three years
In the multidisciplinary UG program, a student must earn 132 credits over three years. The UG major program requires 136 credits to be earned in three years and 184 credits in four years, and the three-year single major-minor program also requires the student to earn 136 credits in three years and 184 credits in four years. He announced that it was also possible for students to leave their studies at intervals of one to two years. There is a one-year UG Certificate course, a two-year UG Diploma course, a three-year UG Graduate course, and a four-year UG Honors and Honors with Research course.
Students are graded at 70 percent based on an internal assessment of 30 percent and an exam at the end of the semester
Professional. Anil Vashisht said that in the multidisciplinary UG program the student has to choose three subjects from the subjects offered in the first year. In addition, second-year students can also choose a multidisciplinary UG program as well as a major and minor UG program. A four-credit theory course has three credits for lectures and one credit for tutorial, and a four-credit practical course also has three credits for theory and one credit for practice. He shared that upon completion of the three-year UG degree, students with CGPA 7.5 and above would also have the opportunity to receive UG Honors and Honors with Research. In addition, students must complete 12 credits of research work in the UG degree with research. Professional. Vashisht said the students’ assessment will be based 30 percent on internal assessment and 70 percent on an end-of-semester exam.
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