Teaching Learning Strategies for Public Funded Higher Education Institutions in Telangana – A Quality Enhancement Model (78542)

Session Information: Teaching and Learning the Arts
Session Chair: Rizal Dapat

Sunday, 26 May 2024 10:20
Session: Session 1
Room: Room 703
Presentation Type: Oral Presentation

All presentation times are UTC + 9 (Asia/Tokyo)

Providing quality education with more effective tools and programs is recognized worldwide as a social necessary to ensure equity and justice for the socially and economically backward students. The potential use of ICT and developing the distinctive models through modest digital learning culture plays a vital role in improving the Quality of Teaching and Learning (QTL). QTL Processes bring together technology, student capabilities and research-based instruction to create more objective oriented lesson design for greater student achievement.

As most of the developed nations are moving closer to universalizing access to education, Indian institutions are also paying significant attention to reach socially and economically underprivileged sections through different means. This paper focused on issues relating to QTL practices in Public Funded Higher Educational Institutions in Telangana State with a special reference to Government Degree Colleges. This is a conceptual paper and an attempt is made to highlight various initiatives taken by the Department in improving the learners need in a modest way.

In this regard, an attempt is made to analyze the Teaching Learning Practices adopted by the Public Funded Institutions of Government of Telangana by establishing certain benchmarks and evaluating the outcomes in terms of various parameters. Finally a unique ‘Comprehensive Model’ is suggested for imparting quality teaching practices for these students.

Due to various initiatives in the form of Courses Reorganizations, Introduction of Bucket System giving more choices to the students, adopting new teaching and learning methodologies, admissions in Government Colleges has improved as well learning outcomes also improved.

Dasharadhi Thiruvengala Chary, Commissionerate of Collegiate Education, India
Pavan Srivasta, Vasavi College of Engineering, India

About the Presenter(s)
Dr. Chary currently is an Associate Professor and special Officer at Commissionerate of Collegiate Education (Higher Education Department) Government of Telangana, India

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Last updated: 2023-02-23 23:45:00