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Outcome-Based Education (OBE)

Guru Nanak University has adopted OBE pedagogy for all academic programs. It is a teaching and learning methodology in which the course delivery and assessment is planned to achieve stated course objectives and outcomes. It focuses on measuring student performance i.e. outcomes at different levels which include concepts, knowledge, skills and attitudes. The focus is on what the student has learned instead of what the teacher has taught. The assessment is conducted considering various levels of taxonomy, which a student is supposed to achieve. Apart from conventional methods, various modern methodologies of teaching such as Creative Teaching, use of ICT Tools, Flipped Teaching, Collaborative Learning, Project Based Learning, etc are used.

Choice Based Credit System (CBCS)

The CBCS provides a choice for students to select subjects from the prescribed list (core, professional & open elective and from soft skill courses). The importance of CBCS & the underlying concept of the system is to meet the aspirations of every student in providing him with flexibility of learning in order to stay updated with the advancements in education in India and abroad.

Skill Development

Skill development is given prime importance along with the all-round personality development of the student. The process begins right from the first year where the emphasis is laid on the development of written and verbal communication in English and pre-placement training. Pre-placement training is given in three stages; soft skills, analytical and specialized technical training.

GNU prepares students to develop professional skills during the study period to face real world challenges, solve problems and provide innovative solutions as per program outcomes.

Student Centric Learning

GNU does profiling of every student and understands his/her interests and expectations from the course. The interest of the student and his capability and ability to learn is matched for best results. The passion of students like interest in designing, software development, coding, etc. are given special mentoring so that they can pursue their passion in stages. Curriculum is so designed that it supports the aspiration of the students. A large number of associations and clubs are there to meet the requirement of Students Centric learning. For example, a student interested in SAE Baja (designing of vehicles) joins the club and works on the actual vehicle.
The students develop new projects, design special experiments, systems and practices as part of student centric learning.

Experiential Learning

At GNU, experiential learning is a process through which students develop knowledge, skills, and values from direct experiences rather than traditional classroom teaching. It encompasses internships, service learning and other creative and professional work experiences. Experience-based learning is so effective for students that it helps establish lasting behaviour change rather than simply understanding a new subject or gaining a skill. The students undergo onsite internships and are also associated with experts in the field of their interest with constant practical guidance to learn the actual challenges of their field. Students are offered Sandwich programmes and Industrial Internship during the period of study, and association with professionals gives them experiential learning in all the domains.

Centres of Excellence

Students can avail the facilities of 12 centres of excellence developed by Guru Nanak Educational society to develop All-Terrain Special vehicles meeting certain design constraints, go-karting vehicles, Solar Stations, Industrial Roberts, 3 D Scanning and CAD developed models, Structure development, Small Satellite Programmes, etc. and take part in national and international level competitions. Experiential learning in Robotics, Solar Application, Cloud computing etc. under guidance of experts from industries give them excellent placement opportunities.

Foreign Educational Tours

Foreign Educational tours to US, Europe and developed Asian countries are being organised regularly to make the students experience social & academic culture in foreign universities & interact with students & faculty of reputed foreign universities. These tours are intended to make the students experience the state or art labs and equipment and understand the latest technology. It also provides an opportunity to decide about the options of higher education abroad.

MOU with Foreign Universities and Student Transfer

MoUs have been signed by GNES with reputed foreign Universities for faculty and students exchange programmes. Students can pursue their degree in collaboration with foreign universities doing part of their degree abroad from reputed universities. Faculty from foreign universities cover specialised courses while they visit GNU as part of a faculty exchange programme. Many of the faculties are available for the online course also. Students pursuing UG or PG courses can do their degree by spending one or two years of their program duration at a foreign university and obtain a degree from foreign University in collaboration with GNU.

MOU with Industry to Conduct Industry Based Training Courses

In order to expose the students to the latest technologies and software used by the industry ,courses are conducted by the experts from the industries. These industries have MOU with GNU for Training and Placement so that industry-ready students are churned out with high package placements. Students who opt for these courses have very good placement potential.

Earn While Learn

The students at GNU are given the opportunity to work for university in various offices part time. Students can work for up to four hours in the evening after their academic engagement. Data entry, front end office, jobs in placement cell, etc. have been created for the purpose. GNU has a paid internship program for selected students.

Classroom Ambience

All classrooms are AC equipped with Wi-Fi and the latest Information and Communication Technology (ICT)Tools.. Class rooms are equipped with LCD projectors with laptops for the teachers to communicate the latest videos, audios & PPTs in the classroom. Tailor-made digital presentations are used for better understanding of the students.

Internal Quality Assurance Cell

The Primary aim of the IQAC is to develop a system for conscious, consistent and catalytic action to improve the academic and administrative performance of the College. IQAC has external as well as senior professors of all Faculties as internal members who assess feedbacks, outcome assessment, placements, and performance of students both in curricular and extracurricular activities in and outside campus & suggest improvements in procedures and teaching learning process. IQAC is the nerve centre of the university and regularly arranges feedback responses from students, parents and other stakeholders on quality-related institutional processes, organises institutional workshops & seminars on quality related themes and promotion of quality circles etc.