Extensive use of technology in teaching and learning is one of the basic principal of National Education Policy 2020 drafted by Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India. The most important factor in the success of higher education institutions is the quality and engagement of its faculty. Empowering the faculty to conduct innovative teaching, research, and service as they see best will be a key motivator and enabler for them to do truly outstanding, creative work.
The recent rise in epidemics and pandemics necessitates that we are ready with alternative modes of quality education whenever and wherever traditional and in- person modes of education are not possible. The existing digital platforms and ongoing ICT-based educational initiatives must be optimized and expanded to meet the current and future challenges in providing quality education for all. Teachers require suitable training and development to be effective online educators. It cannot be assumed that a good teacher in a traditional classroom will automatically be a good teacher in an online classroom.
- Teacher: Akshat Agarwal
COMMUNICATION SKILLS and SOFT SKILL are the most important in the life of every human being. Apart from the knowledge in the field of technology, the forth coming decades demand the need for a holistic skills-set, attitudes and positive personality in several fields.
- Teacher: Sandhya Revuri
Advanced communication skills take the basic skills of communication and frame them within a general understanding of how the communication process works. They allow you access to ways to guide and direct communication between yourself and another or a group so that you can achieve your goals and outcomes.
Advanced Communication is a true art form, requiring practice, finesse, and a skill set that goes beyond those that the average person possesses.
- Teacher: Sindhura Thallapaka
Non-ferrous extractive metallurgy is one of the two branches of extractive metallurgy which pertains to the processes of reducing valuable, non-iron metals from ores or raw material. Metals like zinc, copper, lead, aluminium as well as rare and noble metals are of particular interest in this field, while the more common metal, iron, is considered a major impurity. Like ferrous extraction, non-ferrous extraction primarily focuses on the economic optimization of extraction processes in separating qualitatively and quantitatively marketable metals from its impurities (gangue).
IN THIS COURSE THE STUDENT WILL LEARN THE FOLLOWING TOPICS:
1. Brief history of non-ferrous metal;
2. Sources of non-ferrous metal;
3. Mineral benefication techniques;
4. General methods of extraction;
5. Principles of pyrometallurgy, hydrometallurgy & electrometallurgy;
6. Nonferrous Metals in India - Unleashing its true potential ; Review and Summary ;
- Teacher: HIMA BINDU DUVUR
Principles Of Literary Criticism
Emerging Interdisciplinary Theories
Application of Theory
- Mam: Sonia Singh
1. Apply basic algorithmic techniques such as greedy algorithms, binary search, sorting and dynamic programming to solve programming challenges.
2. Apply various data structures such as stack, queue, hash table, priority queue, binary search tree, graph and string to solve programming challenges.
3. Apply graph and string algorithms to solve real-world challenges: finding shortest paths on huge maps and assembling genomes from millions of pieces.
4.Solve complex programming challenges using advanced techniques: maximum flow, linear programming, approximate algorithms, SAT-solvers, streaming.
- Teacher: Madonna Lamin
1. Develop an understanding of the concept of disability
2. Develop an understanding of the concept of learning disabilities
3. Critically evaluate the models of disability
4. Identify the need and importance of inclusive education
5. Discuss the contributions of national and international agencies to inclusive education
- Teacher: A Jasmine Agnal
Evaluate complex integration by using various result, test convergence of complex sequence and series and expand some analytic function in Taylor’s series
Find Laurent’s series and pole of order, and apply Cauchy Residue theorem in evaluating some real integrals
Form and solve first order linear and nonlinear partial differential equations
Apply the various methods to solve higher order partial differential equations, modelling and solve some engineering problems related to Heat flows, Wave equation and Laplace equation.
- Teacher: Damini Rathore
- Teacher: Dr Ashmi Patel
If we read the news paper and watch television news we got the general information related to the world.
- EDUCATOR: SUGIRTHA ROSE P
A research tool is a device or instrument used to collect information from the sample or target population. The various methods of data gathering involve the use of appropriate recording forms. These are called tools or instruments of data collection, they consists of observation schedule , interview schedule, questionnaire, rating scale, check list etc.
- Teacher: Dr Geetha N.R
Unit II Educational demands of individuals and diverse communities
Unit III Indian Constitutional values on education
Unit IV Inequality, discrimination and marginalization in education
Unit V Policy framework on education: Pre-independent India
- Teacher: Dr LIGI B.
Communication Skills and Soft Skills are the most important in the life of every human being. Apart from knowledge in the field of technology, the forth coming decades demand the need foe a holistic skill-set, attitudes and positive personality in several fields. Happy Learning.!!!
- Teacher: Sandhya Revuri
- Sindhura Thallapaka: Sindhura Thallapaka
- The Concept & definition of Event Management
- Organization structure of large & small event management companies
- 5 C's of Event management
- Various categories of Events
- Impacts of Events
- Teacher: Surjeet kumar
Under this topic we will learn:
Phases, components and degrees of freedom of a system
Miscibility of liquids
Critical solution temperature
Determination of critical solution temperature of phenol-water system
- Teacher: ANIL KUMAR NAIN
- Teacher: Sanjay Kumar
• People with serious chronic illnesses such as:
• Cardiovascular disease
• Chronic respiratory disease
Transmission of COVID-19
Management / Interventions
Use of Personal Protective Equipment
- Teacher: Dr. DP Nagar
Marketing studies can help students to become professionals in the industry, teaching them how to help businesses successfully promote and sell products through the use of marketing strategies, trend analysis, research and pricing.
i) To introduce the marketing concept and how we identify, understand and satisfy the needs of customers and markets.
ii) To analyse companies and competitors and to introduce a marketing strategy to increase awareness of the strategic and tactical decisions behind today's top-performing brands.
- Teacher: Dr. VASAN M
1. Concept of FPOs - A brief introduction.
2. Formation and Operation of FPOs.
3. FPO Policy Landscape.
4. Current Status of FPOs in India.
5. Financing requirements of the FPOs Based on their Stages in the Lifecycle.
6. Various Schemes for Financing FPOs’s.
7. Opportunities for Financing to FPOs by Banks.
8. FPO Formation and Business Planning Essentials.
9. NABARD’s Initiative to Promote FPOs.
10. Introduction to Business Model Canvass.
11. Pitch Presentation.
12. Financial Plan for Small Businesses.
13. Marketing Strategy for FPOs.
14. Financial Strategy for Producer Company.
15. Operational Issues with FPOs.
16. Linking FPOs to Distant Market – Experiential Sharing.
17. Setting up of a Company.
18. Financial Assessment for FPOs.
19. Market Research for FPOs.
20. Sourcing of Technologies for Better Business.
21. Linking Producer and consumers: Sahaja Aharam – An Experiential Learning.
22. Launching of FPO Compaign.
23. Producer Company.
24. Role of SFAC in Promotion of FPOs.
25. Digital Certification.
26. Working Together versus Individual Action.
27. Basic Concepts of an FPO.
28. Formation and Functions of FIG and FPOs.
29. Board of Directors and Management: Who they are, how to select and monitor.
30. Specific and Shared Responsibilities of BoD & CEO.
31. Importance of Share Capital. How to collect and how to maintain?
32. Statutory Compliances under Companies Act 1956 and Companies Act 2013.
33. Statutory Compliances – Certification/ Licences for Trading.
34. Analysis of Current Market Practices - Buying and Selling of Produce.
35. Aspirations of Farmers versus Market Realities.
36. Assessing the Market Need and Demand: Realistic versus Ideal; Short term vs Long term.
37. How can an FPO respond to the Fluctuating Market?
38. Planning for Short Term Strategies to Mitigate Market Risk.
39. Networking and Stakeholder Engagement.
40. Special Situations where Networking Skills are Required.
41. Methods of Stakeholder Engagement.
42. Introduction to HR and Roles of the Staff in the FPO Operations.
43. Introduction to Basics of Finance in an FPO.
44. FPO Operations – Need for understanding and planning various resources – part 1.
45. FPO Operations – Need for understanding and planning various resources – part 2.
46. Basics of Finance: Budgeting, Working Capital, Cash flow; Raising Funds; Managing Share Capital and Investment Financing.
47. Basics of Finance: Price Fixation (of FPO’s produce) and Profitability.
48. Assessing the Financial Position of the FPO for its Operations.
49. Introduction to Recruitment Process.
50. How to Leverage Available Resources and Provision for Future Needs.
51. Different Scenarios in Efficiently Managing Resources using Simulation (examples).
52. Understanding the Customer.
53. Identifying the Potential Business to Pursue by the FPO.
54. Basic Understanding of Risk Taking.
55. Impact on Business in different Scenarios using simulated models.
56. Role that a FIG plays in the overall FPO’s business.
57. How to prepare and MIS using Farmer Data.
58. Preparation of a Plan for FIG activities Contributing towards FPO Business Plan.
59. Frequently Asked Questions About FPOs.
60. Learnings from an Existing FPO’s Business - Exposure Visit.
- Expert: Dr. Sudhir Singh Bhadauria
Banking courses can be taken online or on campus; as part of a degree program, taken separately, or in collaboration with professional development programs. Banking courses can cover such topics as account management, finance management, corporate cash management, international banking, and personal money management and will also provide a variety of specialized banking topics. Professionals working in banking institutions, lending firms, accounting, and auditing often participate in these courses. However banking courses are taken by a myriad of professionals from multiple industries.
- Teacher: Dr. Jegan Pavul
- Teacher: Joseph Soy Mathew
- Teacher: Dr Nupur Agarwal
- Teacher: Geeta Vora
In this class, you will learn about the most effective machine learning techniques, and gain practice implementing them and getting them to work for yourself. More importantly, you'll learn about not only the theoretical underpinnings of learning, but also gain the practical know-how needed to quickly and powerfully apply these techniques to new problems. Finally, you'll learn about some of Silicon Valley's best practices in innovation as it pertains to machine learning and AI.
- Teacher: MURALEEDHARAN P G
BECOME A PRO-WRITER
SPEAK LIKE NATIVE ENGLISH SPEAKERS
- Teacher: KRITHIKA V
- Teacher: Vijisheema C
Turbo Trendz is an Exclusive Business English course that is customizable according to the specific needs of the learner. This flexibility is what makes the course ‘exclusive’. The course that is designed for you is in accordance with the needs expressed: IT-related English and American English with a focus on vocabulary and writing.
This course is spread into five units. Each unit has five sessions. Each session will be taught for one hour and thirty minutes.
During each session, you can expect
• A brief explanation of the concept
• Examples in context
• Practice exercises
1. To understand the nuances of English communication for technology
2. To gain exposure to typical expressions in American English
3. To develop fluency in the English language with a specific focus on vocabulary
4. To learn to communicate effectively in an IT-related context
At the end of this course, you will be able to
Communicate effectively and fluently in English
Understand American English and rhetoric
Learn to strategize knowledge for communicating in English
Use grounding techniques for communicating
Draft letters and proposals
Engage in conversations
- Teacher: Phebe Angus G
- Teacher: D.Rachel Malini
- Teacher: Jabarali Abdul Kani
Computer Science & Engineering
University college of engineering & technology, Bikaner
- Teacher: Sandeep Kumar
- Teacher: Abraham Rajan
- Teacher: Suresh Verma
- Teacher: niharika Singh
- Teacher: Sneha Sanjay Gondhalekar
Come join us to learn more and grow more.
- Teacher: Akshada Godinho
Social Science is surely a window to the world.It leads you towards immense possibilities of knowledge regarding
tokens of the past,stories narrated by land,soil,rain and man,economic activities and constitutional rights.It will guide you to imbibe history,love nature,understanding diversities and most important to become responsible citizens.May the discussions,debates,enquiries,debates and analysis make your classrooms lively.
- Teacher: Dr Geethu G Nair
- Teacher: Navdeep Arya
- Teacher: Kavitha R
- Teacher: Dr. Archana Rani
- Teacher: Dr Pavan Kumar Kolaganti
भारतीयिवȨासार - 1
The course aims at imparting basic principles of thought process, reasoning and inferencing. Sustainability is at the core of Indian Traditional knowledge Systems connecting society and nature. Holistic life style of yogic science and wisdom capsules in Sanskrit literature are also important in modern society with rapid technological advancements and societal disruptions. Part-I focuses on introduction to Indian Knowledge Systems, Indian perspective of modern scientific world-view, and basic principles of Yoga and holistic health care system.
- Teacher: Dr. Venkata Raghu Ram MANTRI
- Teacher: Mohammed Muddassir Attar
- Teacher: Dr Rani Agarwal
- Teacher: Keerti Mishra
- Teacher: SHIVANI NAIK
XIII. Plant Physiology and Biochemistry
XIV. Ecology and Remote Sensing
XVa. Recombinant DNA Technology
XVb. Ecosystem Analysis, GIS and Remote Sensing
XVc. Forest Ecology
XVd. Natural Resource Management in Himalaya
XVe. Palynology and Pollination Biology
XVf. Propagation Techniques
Any other Elective course offered by other Department
XVIa. Plant Health Management
XVIb. Diversity and Cultivation of Mushrooms
XVIc. Environmental Management and Basics of Nanotechnology XVId. Bioinformatics and Biological Database
XVIe. Seed Pathology
XVIf. Applied Plant Anatomy
Any other elective course offered by other Department
XVII. Laboratory Course I
XVIII. Laboratory Course II
- Teacher: Archana Srivastava
Environmental physiologists examine plant response to physical factors such as radiation (including light and ultraviolet radiation), temperature, fire, and wind. Of particular importance are water relations (which can be measured with the Pressure bomb) and the stress of drought or inundation, exchange of gases with the atmosphere, as well as the cycling of nutrients such as nitrogen and carbon.
Environmental physiologists also examine plant response to biological factors. This includes not only negative interactions, such as competition, herbivory, disease and parasitism, but also positive interactions, such as mutualism and pollination
- Teacher: Naina Srivastava
- Teacher: Jyoti Arvind Sharma
- Teacher: Koshy Varghese
- Teacher: ANITHA JOSEPH
Classical physics, the description of physics that existed before the theory of relativity and quantum mechanics, describes many aspects of nature at an ordinary (macroscopic) scale, while quantum mechanics explains the aspects of nature at small (atomic and subatomic) scales, for which classical mechanics is insufficient. Most theories in classical physics can be derived from quantum mechanics as an approximation valid at large (macroscopic) scale.
Quantum mechanics differs from classical physics in that energy, momentum, angular momentum, and other quantities of a bound system are restricted to discrete values (quantization), objects have characteristics of both particles and waves (wave-particle duality), and there are limits to how accurately the value of a physical quantity can be predicted prior to its measurement, given a complete set of initial conditions (the uncertainty principle).[note 1]
Quantum mechanics arose gradually, from theories to explain observations which could not be reconciled with classical physics, such as Max Planck's solution in 1900 to the black-body radiation problem, and the correspondence between energy and frequency in Albert Einstein's 1905 paper which explained the photoelectric effect. Early quantum theory was profoundly re-conceived in the mid-1920s by Niels Bohr, Erwin Schrödinger, Werner Heisenberg, Max Born and others. The original interpretation of quantum mechanics is the Copenhagen interpretation, developed by Niels Bohr and Werner Heisenberg in Copenhagen during the 1920s. The modern theory is formulated in various specially developed mathematical formalisms. In one of them, a mathematical function, the wave function, provides information about the probability amplitude of energy, momentum, and other physical properties of a particle.
- Teacher: Amit Kumar Srivastava
- Teacher: NEKURI BUJJI BABU
It is a prime tool to achieve sustainable development. Keeping bees can help low-income communities earn additional revenues from selling bee products, thus reducing the need to exploit other natural resources, and creating incentives to protect natural habitats as food sources and nesting sites for the bees.
• Moreover, beekeeping contributes to the provision of pollination services, assuring crop yields and helping maintain plant biodiversity in natural ecosystems
• This course provides clear guidelines to optimize Native Honeybees and Stingless Bees to transform the activity into a powerful tool for sustainable development.
- Teacher: Dr Anita Mohandas
- Teacher: Ridhima Mahabal
- Teacher: SUCHETA PAWAR
- Teacher: SUDHISH KUMAR
- Teacher: Ch. Sekholal Kom
- Teacher: Khawlsonkim Suantak
- Teacher: M.P. PRESHI
According to American Marketing Association services are defined as “activities, benefits or satisfactions which are offered for sale or provided in connection with the sale of goods.”
- Teacher: Dr.Yachna Gharde
1. To enable the learner to understand the basic structure and function of human body. 2. To acquire the knowledge regarding effect of exercise on the body as a whole.
3. To enable the learner to understand the need and importance of health education and community health.
4. To acquaint the learner with school health programme. 5. To acquire the knowledge regarding awareness, precaution & understanding HIV/ AIDS preventive education.
- Teacher: SANDEEP SHINDE
- Teacher: ABHIJIT MOHANTY
The objectives of this course are;
1) To orient learners on the concept of Open Educational Resources.
2) To the learners to understand the significance of Open Educational Resources for democratization of higher education.
3) To develop awareness among the learners regarding copyright and different forms of licenses
4) To facilitate learners to develop as well as OERs to enhance their teaching-learning process
5) To inform learners on the different open education initiatives introduced in India.
- Teacher: Jyoti Bawane
- Teacher: Aishwariya Upadhyay
1) Understand the basic concepts of UDL
2) Understand the basic concepts of Inclusive classroom settings especially in India.
3)Appreciate the integration of UDL principles & Inclusive settings.
4) Application of UDL principles in your own classroom
- Teacher: harit bagga
THIS COURSE IS SUITABLE FOR TEENAGERS
It will take them through a journey of self exploration, guiding them with a range of activities .
- Teacher: Adit Kaur
- Teacher: Yagya Mishra
- Teacher: Moly Saxena
- Teacher: Dr. Narendra Kumawat
• A plant that is out of place and not intentionally sown
• A plant that grows where it is not wanted or welcomed
• A plant whose virtues have not yet been discovered
• A plant that is competitive, persistent, pernicious, and interferes negatively with human activity
No matter which definition is used, weeds are plants whose undesirable qualities outweigh their good points, at least according to humans. Human activities create weed problems, since no plant is a weed in nature. Though we may try to manipulate nature for our own good, nature is persistent. Through manipulation, we control certain weeds while other, more serious weeds
may thrive due to favorable growing conditions. Weeds are naturally strong competitors, and those weeds that can best compete always tend to dominate. Both humans and nature are involved in plant-breeding programs. The main difference between the two programs is that
humans breed plants for yield and/or aesthetic qualities, while nature breeds plants for survival.
- Teacher: N.S. Thakur
- Teacher: Satya prakash Tomar
- Teacher: Amita Sharma
- Teacher: Ravi Pandya
Food and its function, physico-chemical properties of foods, food preparation techniques, nutrition, relation of nutrition to good health. Characteristics of well and malnourished population. Energy, definition, determination of energy requirements, food energy, total energy needs of the body. Carbohydrates: classification, properties, functions, source, requirements, digestion, absorption and utilization. Protein, classification, properties, functions, sources, requirements, digestion, absorption, essential and non-essential amino acids, quality of proteins, PER/NPR/NPU, supplementary value of proteins and deficiency. Lipids – classification, properties, functions, sources, requirements, digestion, absorption and utilization, saturated and unsaturated fatty acids, deficiency, rancidity, refining of fats. Mineral nutrition: macro and micro-minerals (Ca, Fe and P), function, utilization, requirements, sources, effects of deficiency. Vitamins: functions, sources, effects of deficiency, requirements of water soluble and fat-soluble vitamins. Balanced diet: recommended dietary allowances for various age groups, assessment of nutritional status of the population.
- Teacher: Dr Shailendra K Dwivedi
- Teacher: Dr. Ekta Joshi
This is MSc(Ag) Soil Science course of- I Semester Course is of 2 credit i.e 2+0 Topics - Land and Soil, Soil its importance, Pedology and edaphology, Soil Composition Weathering and soil formation, factors and processes of soil formation, Soil profile, Soil classification, Land capability classification, soil site suitability classification Landform Soil relationship
- Teacher: Dr. Shashi Yadav
- Teacher: Dr. Rajni Singh Sasode
- Teacher: Brijit Robinson
- Teacher: F. Angel Sini
- Teacher: Lawrance B S
- Teacher: Sandhya Singhal
Financial Management means planning, organizing, directing and controlling the financial activities such as procurement and utilization of funds of the enterprise. It means applying general management principles to financial resources of the enterprise.
Investment decisions includes investment in fixed assets (called as capital budgeting). Investment in current assets are also a part of investment decisions called as working capital decisions.
Financial decisions - They relate to the raising of finance from various resources which will depend upon decision on type of source, period of financing, cost of financing and the returns thereby.
Dividend decision - The finance manager has to take decision with regards to the net profit distribution. Net profits are generally divided into two:
Dividend for shareholders- Dividend and the rate of it has to be decided.
Retained profits- Amount of retained profits has to be finalized which will depend upon expansion and diversification plans of the enterprise.
Objectives of Financial Management
The financial management is generally concerned with procurement, allocation and control of financial resources of a concern. The objectives can be-
To ensure regular and adequate supply of funds to the concern.
To ensure adequate returns to the shareholders which will depend upon the earning capacity, market price of the share, expectations of the shareholders.
To ensure optimum funds utilization. Once the funds are procured, they should be utilized in maximum possible way at least cost.
To ensure safety on investment, i.e, funds should be invested in safe ventures so that adequate rate of return can be achieved.
To plan a sound capital structure-There should be sound and fair composition of capital so that a balance is maintained between debt and equity capital.
Functions of Financial Management
Estimation of capital requirements: A finance manager has to make estimation with regards to capital requirements of the company. This will depend upon expected costs and profits and future programmes and policies of a concern. Estimations have to be made in an adequate manner which increases earning capacity of enterprise.
Determination of capital composition: Once the estimation have been made, the capital structure have to be decided. This involves short- term and long- term debt equity analysis. This will depend upon the proportion of equity capital a company is possessing and additional funds which have to be raised from outside parties.
Choice of sources of funds: For additional funds to be procured, a company has many choices like-
Issue of shares and debentures
Loans to be taken from banks and financial institutions
Public deposits to be drawn like in form of bonds.
Choice of factor will depend on relative merits and demerits of each source and period of financing.
Investment of funds: The finance manager has to decide to allocate funds into profitable ventures so that there is safety on investment and regular returns is possible.
Disposal of surplus: The net profits decision have to be made by the finance manager. This can be done in two ways:
Dividend declaration - It includes identifying the rate of dividends and other benefits like bonus.
Retained profits - The volume has to be decided which will depend upon expansional, innovational, diversification plans of the company.
Management of cash: Finance manager has to make decisions with regards to cash management. Cash is required for many purposes like payment of wages and salaries, payment of electricity and water bills, payment to creditors, meeting current liabilities, maintenance of enough stock, purchase of raw materials, etc.
Financial controls: The finance manager has not only to plan, procure and utilize the funds but he also has to exercise control over finances. This can be done through many techniques like ratio analysis, financial forecasting, cost and profit control, etc.
- Teacher: Abhinav Bhat
• A computer is an electronic device that operates under the specific sets of instruction that is stored in its memory unit.
• A computer is a collection of hardware and software components that help to complete many different tasks.
• A computer can be more accurately defined as an electronic device that takes data as input, stores, and processes it, and displays the output according to the given instructions.
- Teacher: Manish Kumar Dubey