THE NEXT SEMESTER
The COVID19 pandemic has re-defined our perception of what is normal and has created greater challenges. It is not only the time to rethink the system but also the opportunity to visualize how it can evolve in tandem with our changing world. In this context, introducing integrated and experiential learning, with a greater emphasis on technology has become imperative. Hence comes the scope for a new blended learning format.
THE NEXT SEMESTER
Adapting the new normal, the regular 15-week semester modules have been transfigured into a constructive online classroom structure.
- The Semester will have three cycles
- Each Cycle – 2 courses
- Each Cycle Duration – 5 weeks
- Minimum class hours per week – up to 9 hours
- Completion of 1 unit per week
The CAM components for a 3 credit course will include,
- Continuous presence and engagement in the online classes
- Weekly Quizzes
- Activities during live classes
- Post video quizzes
- Assignments (Individual & peer groups)
The KOED Edge
- Consistent mentoring for learner wellness and progression
- Specific modules for outcome-based learning
- Continuous and embedded assessments
- Synchronous and Asynchronous Sessions
- Blended Marquee Online Programme Peer Learning
|1||Blended Online Learning||Course 1 & 2||1st Sep. To 3rd Oct.|
|Inter Cycle Exam Week For Cycle 1 Courses (05th Oct. To 10th Oct.)|
|2||Blended Online Learning||Course 3 & 4||12th Oct. To 16th Nov.|
|Inter Cycle Exam Week For Cycle 2 Courses (17th Nov. To 21st Nov.)|
|3||Blended Online Learning||Course 5 & 6||23rd Nov. To 26th Dec.|
|Inter Cycle Exam Week For Cycle 3 Courses (28th Dec. To 31st Dec.)|
|End Semester Exams For The Courses Will Be Conducted Once Students Return To Campus|
Co-curricular and Extra-curricular activities
Virtual events conducted by Department Associations, Clubs & Forums will be based on technical, arts, soft skills, literary and societal related themes. Students can take part as well as organize these activities to enhance skills, expose their talents for a holistic development.
Mentoring and Counselling
Faculty will be available online, round the clock to connect and mentor students academically. Students can also reach the counsellors who will be obliged to support and ensure the emotional well-being of students. Academic performances will be reviewed and acknowledged continuously with constructive feedbacks for the progressive development of learners.
Before the commencement of the online semester, the initial context will be set to the students by a foundation program which will ideally begin from August 3rd week with a series of engaging activities