Shree Guru Gobind Singh Tricentenary University(SGT) is a multidisciplinary University with 17 different disciplines providing more than 120 programmes catering to about 7000 students.
The Programmes offered by the University have well defined outcomes that are relevant to the needs of the society at national and international levels.
The curriculum of these programs have been developed as per the industrial requirements and is benchmarked with that of the contemporary institutions in alignment with the requirements prescribed by the statutory bodies of the centre and state.
The curriculum is reviewed and revised regularly according to the changing demands of the society and industry. The syllabus and curriculum of SGT University is primarily based on the concepts of Bloom’s taxonomy and Malcolm Knowles Principles of Andragogy and is categorized as Must to know, Desirable to Know and Nice to Know domains.
The process of syllabus and curriculum revision is well defined incorporating the inputs from stakeholders namely students, teachers, alumni, parents and employers. The feedback is analyzed and the result of the responses received together with the changing industrial and societal demands and the opinions of the external experts in the board of studies are incorporated in the revisions of the syllabus and curriculum. The revised syllabus and curriculum is put forth to the Academic council for approval and further implementation.
The core values of the Institution including the Leadership, innovation and ethics are thoroughly amalgamated into the curriculum in multiple ways. The initiation of value added course on Professional Ethics and Human Values , the incorporation of environmental sciences and language courses in multiple programs, the sensitization of the students and staff members about the Gender sensitivity are few examples of the curriculum enrichment by the University.
Also, the hands on training through internships and field projects are given due importance as evident through the 91% of students undertaking these in the last academic year.
The University also follows the Choice based credit system across all programs except where bounded by councils to allow the students to choose from the prescribed university open electives.