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    The Courses in the Programme are of four types:

    • Regular
    • Seminar
    • Project
    • Independent Study

    A regular course helps a student learn tools, techniques, skills, and concepts primarily through structured class discussions. A seminar course provides for a specified number of class sessions and time for research to explore the frontiers of knowledge.

    A project course provides an opportunity to apply the tools, techniques, skills, and concepts which a student may have already learnt to the study of actual problems through field studies, computer-based analysis, and library research.

    The course of independent study allows exploration of a topic in depth in the student’s field of concentration of area of special interest. It makes possible the integration of several fields of study in searching for solution of a problem. It provides valuable experience in research process, definition of the problem, search for relevant data, analysis of data, and drawing conclusions and implications of data. Thus the course if independent study offers an individual initiative, judgment, and resourcefulness well beyond what is possible in regular curriculum.


    A full credit course consists of 25-30 class sessions each of 90 minutes duration. A half credit course consists of 12-15 class sessions. The second year electives normally have 25 class sessions for a full credit course band 13 sessions for a half credit course.


    Each credit course requires about 100 hours of work, both in and outside the classroom. Each class session of 90 minutes duration requires by students about 150 minutes preparation before the class. The preparation may be in terms of readings, case analysis, discussion in groups, collection of data, etc,. In the first year normally 4 class sessions a day are arranged. The number of sessions in a day varies in the second year depending on the electives chosen by the student. The institute attaches importance to regular Attendance because, in the case method of institution, students learn by actively participating in the process of analysis and decision making and by assimilating the cumulative effect of building one case experience upon another.

    Evaluation at the institute is continuous. The student is evaluated on class participation, quizzes, home assignments, and mid-term, and final examinations. In some courses the student are required to submit term papers and project reports also.

    Evaluation provides a measure of the student’s performance in each course and motivates him/her to improve his/her performance. At the end of each term, students are awarded letter grades which represent the weighted average of grades obtained in various segments of evaluation.

    The letters denotes the following levels of performance:

    A          Excellent
    B          Good
    C          Satisfactory
    D          Low Pass
    F          Fail
    I            Incomplete

    (final course grade not given, pending completion of full requirements of the course).

    The letter grades have the following equivalent grade points:

    A = 4,   B = 3,   C = 2,   D = 1,   F = 0.

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