Tuesday, July 5, 2022

Orientation programme on Choice Based Credit System held at Baptist College

Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) board in collaboration with IQAC of Baptist College, Kohima organised an orientation programme on Choice Based Credit System for undergraduate course at Baptist College, Kohima on June 17 for teachers of the college.
During the programme, resource persons associate professor, department Of English, Kohima Science College, Dr. Seyiekhrielie Whiso and assistant. professor, department of Chemistry, Kohima Science College, Dr. Daniel Kibami apprised the teachers on the new system.
Dr. Seyiekhrielie Whiso spoke on “salient features and course structure of CBCS” of both honours and regular course, comprising of core papers, ability enhancement compulsory courses, generic elective courses and skill enhancement courses.
He said skill enhancement courses should be primarily focussed on increasing students’ employability through inclusion of practical components.
Dr. Daniel Kibami appraised the members on “Staff, Infrastructural Requirements and Routine Making” focussing on required contact hours for each course as per recommendation of UGC and the strength of teachers and classrooms required for effective execution of teaching-learning process in the new system.
The programme began with a short introduction by IQAC coordinator, Kezhalelhou Zatsu, followed by a short address from principal Dr. Kekuchol Pusa where he expressed the need to be equipped with more knowledge about newly introduced system so that career of students were not put in jeopardy even as they pursue different courses of study.
A discussion on topics with regard to the system was also conducted.
Earlier, CBCS board member secretary Dr. Tsenbeni was rapporteur while assistant coordinator, IQAC, Vincent Kent proposed vote of thanks.
The programme was attended by 27 faculty members of the college.

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