With Punjab Engineering School (PEC), Chandigarh, deemed to be a college, planning to supply flexibility to undergraduate engineering college students whereas selecting topics other than their core topics, the detailed curriculum for the December batch might be mentioned within the subsequent assembly of PEC senate.
PEC senate meet is scheduled to satisfy this week. The flexibleness in curriculum for undergraduate (UG) college students was additionally mentioned within the final assembly of senate whereby credit and tough define have been accepted. For the efficient adoption of this choice-based credit score system, PEC has determined to introduce a number of new programs for UG engineering college students.
PEC director Dheeraj Sanghi mentioned, “We are going to now specify the programs and curriculum for the first-year college students. We now have already held a number of conferences and now, the matter might be taken up within the subsequent assembly of the senate.”
At current, PEC affords eight BTech programs and 14 MTech programs to over 3,000 college students. Aside from the common engineering topics, PEC will provide credit-based elective programs in humanities and social sciences to the December batch.
To finalise the themes, a number of panels have been constituted over the last assembly of the senate.
The plan to introduce new programs is being carried out in keeping with the provisions of the New Schooling Coverage 2020. As per the plan, college students might be given choices to decide on topics apart from their core topics within the third and fourth yr of the undergraduate programs.
Credit score break-up for BTech
In accordance with the proposed credit score break-up for the BTech programme that was tabled within the final senate assembly, all curricular parts can have 160 credit for individuals who don’t go for main or minor specialisations; for individuals who do, grand whole might be of 176.
Institute core programs will carry 36 credit; humanities, communication and administration elective programs can have a complete of 12 credit; division core programs will carry 40 credit; and the division elective programs can have 20 credit. Moreover this, the institute’s open electives will carry a complete credit score of 24. For internship and non-academic programs, credit might be 18 and 10, respectively.