Lady Doak College

Best Practices - Botany Department

  • Development of curriculum with emphasis on conceptual understanding, problem solving in the context of multidisciplinary & emerging areas of science. All the programmes reflect current knowledge contributing to development of skills in students & knowledge management.
  • Activity based teaching – ICT enabled learning programs using best available resources, technologies & pedagogy with feed back from stake holders at different levels.
  • Academically committed & caring faculty with involvement.
  • Systematic work plan provided well in advance for all programme.
  • Sharing of courses by faculty.
  • Parent teacher interaction for overall development of department as well as students.
  • Special support in the form of remedial teaching, peer tutoring to slow learners.
  • Regular conduct of training / conference / seminar programs to provide exposure to current development.
  • Effort for collaboration with research institutes / industries to provide on job training & to enhance the entrepreneur skills of students.
  • Adequate infrastructure, strengthening of laboratory practice to provide hands on training to individual students.
  • Outreach programs for popularizing Botany & sensitize students towards sustainable environment through service learning programs on “Recycling waste paper, awareness program cum exhibition to school children & teaching Botany & Microbiology to school children”.
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