Thursday, 6 August 2020

Revised Guidelines for CBCS Degree Syllabus W.E.F 2020-21

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As the existing CBCS would be completing five years by 2019-20, the APSCHE decided to revise and strengthen the scheme while addressing the following issues.
  1. Overcoming the shortages in the existing system.
  2. Consolidating the system in its true spirit by providing multiple choices in domain as well as general courses.
  3. Revising the curricular framework wherever needed.
  4. Orienting syllabus to the course outcomes as advised by UGC
  5. Updating of syllabus to match to the present needs
  6. Replacing papers with courses
  7. Introducing better skill-oriented courses to align with the emerging and employment areas.

The revised course consist of the following pattern for first three semesters

Subject-1: English
Subject-2: Telugu / Hindi / Urdu / Sanskrit
Subject-3: Life skill course
Subject-4:Skill Development Course
Subject-5: Core Papers / Group Subject
Subject-6:Core Papers / Group Subject
Subject-7:Core Papers / Group Subject

Life Skill Courses: There will be 4 Life Skill Courses in place of earlier 10 foundation courses with the same hours, credits and maximum marks. The objective is to inculcate the required simple life-long skills. While the course in ‘Environmental Education’ continued to be mandatory, in case of others, students can opt one out of three courses, unlike in the existing system, where no choice is being given to students. The available life skill courses are

Semester

No. of Courses

Choices

Preferred Teaching Dept.

1

1

Computer Applications

Computer Applications

Human Values and Professional Ethics

Human Values and Professional Ethics

Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurship

2

1

Information and Communication Technology

Information and Communication Technology

Indian Culture and Science

Indian Culture and Science

Elementary Statistics

Elementary Statistics

3

2

Health and Hygiene

Health and Hygiene

Personality Development and Leadership

Personality Development and Leadership

Analytical Skills

Analytical Skills

Environmental Education

Environmental Education

Note: In 3rd semester Environmental Education’ continued to be mandatory


Skill Development Courses: A new set of 4 Skill Development Courses will be offered with 2 hours of teaching per week, two credits, 50 maximum marks and only external assessment. These courses are intended to train students in broad-based multiple career oriented general skills, in Arts, Commerce and Science streams but open to all students. A wider choice is given to students as they can choose one course from a total of six courses (two from each stream). The list of available subject are

List of Skill Development Courses along with their Semester-wise allotment with choices. Preferred Teaching Departments are given in the parenthesis


Semester

No. of Courses

Stream – A (Arts)

Stream – B (Commerce)

Stream – C (Science)

1

1

Tourism Guidance (History)

Secretary ship

Electrical Appliances (Physics)

Public Relations (Pol Sci /English)

Insurance Promotion

Plant Nursery (Botany)

2

2

Journalistic Reporting

(English)

Agricultural Marketing

Solar Energy (Physics)

Survey & Reporting (Economics/History)

Business Communication (English)

Fruit & Vegetable Preservation (Botany

Social Work Methods (Pol Sci)

Advertising

Dairy Techniques (Zoology)

Performing Arts (Telugu)

Logistics and Supply Chain

Food Adulteration (Chemistry)

 

 

 

3

1

Financial Markets (Economics)

Online Business

Environment Audit (Chemistry)

Disaster Management (English /Telugu)

Retailing

Poultry Farming (Zoology)


Note: It is advised to colleges / Departments the choice of selection of  the above two papers are purely on student basic.

Teaching of two appropriate LSCs/SDCs are to be assigned to the language departments to mitigate the workload shortage for the language subjects, as being done in respect of Foundation Courses in the previous system. The workload for teaching LSCs and SDCs by the respective language department shall be reckoned while calculating their workload.

The syllabus was revised and updated keeping the Leaning Outcomes in view for ensuring higher order learning and skills, a requirement in higher education. The Universities and colleges shall make certain that teaching, learning and assessment are outcome oriented.

In view of the advantages of using ICT in teaching and learning, the universities and colleges may offer ‘online courses’ on extra credits. They may take into consideration the standardized online courses offered by various government/public agencies and also may design their own new online courses following due procedures.

To make the students employable, an Apprenticeship / Internship / On the job training shall be undertaken by the students in the intervening summer vacation between the 2nd and 3rd years

During the entire 6th Semester, the student shall undergo Apprenticeship / Internship / On the Job Training. This is to ensure that the students develop hands on technical skills which will be of great help in facing the world of work.
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