Curriculum and Teaching-Learning Processes
The curriculum should satisfy the relevant program-specific criteria described in Section 6.
The breadth and depth of the curriculum and the teaching-learning activities should be appropriate for solving complex engineering problems in the relevant discipline. The curriculum should contain an adequate number of courses on mathematics, physical science, humanities and non-engineering subjects. The teaching-learning processes and activities selected for each course should be effective and appropriate for achieving the outcomes. Student participation and learning should be enhanced. Hands-on activities in the laboratory should be an integral part of teaching and learning. The program should include adequate activities in the laboratory. There should be a final-year design project or capstone project extending over a period of one year that demonstrates the culmination of program outcomes at the level of solving complex engineering problems.