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Curriculum and Teaching-Learning Processes
Requirements and desirable attributes under this criterion are described in terms of the following sub-criteria.
- The curriculum must satisfy the relevant program-specific criteria.
- The breadth and depth of the curriculum must be appropriate for solving complex engineering problems in the relevant discipline.
- The curriculum must 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 must be effective and appropriate for achieving the relevant outcomes including solution of complex engineering problems and activities, if applicable.
- Adequate hands-on activities must be an integral part of teaching and learning. Learning should be enhanced through student participation.
- The program must demonstrate the culmination of program outcomes (POs) at the level of solving complex engineering problems, preferably through a final-year design project or capstone project extending over a period of one year.
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- Financial and Physical Resources
- Academic Facilities and Technical Support
- Curriculum and Teaching-Learning Processes
- Program Educational Objectives (PEO)
- Program Outcomes and Assessment
- Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI)
- Interactions with the Industry
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