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SELF ASSESSMENT REPORT

&

PEER REVIEW REPORT

Self-Assessment (SA) Exercise for Programs of Agrotechnology Discipline and Initiation of Subsequent Action Plan



Submitted by

Agrotechnology Discipline

Khulna University (KU)

March 2014



SELF-ASSESSMENT REPORT

Self-Assessment (SA) Exercise for Programs of Agrotechnology Discipline and Initiation of Subsequent Action Plan



Submitted by

Agrotechnology Discipline

Khulna University (KU)

March 2014



SELF-ASSESSMENT REPORT

Self-Assessment (SA) Exercise for Programs of Agrotechnology Discipline and Initiation of Subsequent Action Plan

Sub-project Manager (SPM)

Sanjoy Kumar Adhikary

Professor

Agrotechnology Discipline

Khulna University, Khulna



Alternate ASPM

Dr. Mohammad Bashir Ahmed

Professor

Agrotechnology Discipline

Khulna University, Khulna



Associate SPM

Md. Yamin Kabir

Associate Professor

Agrotechnology Discipline

Khulna University, Khulna



Associate SPM

Shimul Das

Lecturer

Agrotechnology Discipline

Khulna University, Khulna


Agrotechnology Discipline

Khulna University (KU)

March 2014



TABLE OF CONTENTS

CONTENTS

Page

1. INTRODUCTION

1

1.1

Khulna University (KU)

1




1.1.1. Vision and Mission of KU

1

1.2

Agrotechnology discipline:

2




1.2.1. The main objectives of the sub-project

3




1.2.2. Strategies followed

3




1.2.3. SWOT Analysis of AT discipline

3-4

2. 2. AIMS, LEARNING OUTCOMES AND PROGRAMME DETAILS

5

2.1

Aims of the program

5

2.1.1 Undergraduate program

5

2.1.2 Postgraduate programs

5

2.2

Intended Learning outcomes of the programs

5

2.2.1. Undergraduate program

5

2.2.2. Postgraduate programs

6

2.3

Brief history of the programs reviewed

6

2.3.1. Undergraduate Program

6




2.3.1.1. Organizational framework (Academic calendar)

6




2.3.1.2. Grading system and grading scale

7




2.3.1.3. Distribution of Marks: Each course

7




2.3.1.4. Examination

8




2.3.1.5. Study Tour

8




2.3.1.6. Extension Field Trip

9




2.3.2. Postgraduate Program

9




2.3.2.1. Duration of the program

9




2.3.2.2. Course requirements

9




2.3.2.3. Research requirements

9




2.3.2.4. Thesis evaluation

10

3. METHODOLOGY

10

4. GOVERNANCE: ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT

10

4.1

Present Scenario

10

4.2

Faculty views over Governance

11

4.3

Staff views over Governance

11

5. INSTITUTIONAL STRUCTURE AND FACILITIES (FACILITIES TO SUPPORT TEACHING & LEARNING PROCESS )

11

5.1

Present Scenario

11




5.1.1 Lecture theatres

11




5.1.2 Farm facilities

12




5.1.3 Lab facilities

12




5.1.4 Library facilities

12




5.1.5 Other facilities

12




5.1.6 IT facilities

12




5.1.7 Residence facilities

13




5.1.8 Cultural activities

13




5.1.9 Games and sports facilities

13




5.1.10 Health care center

13




5.1.11 Transport facilities

13




5.1.12 Office staffs

13




5.1.13 Office space

13

5.2

Graduating student views over institutional structure and facilities

14

5.3

Faculty views over institutional structure and facilities

14

5.4

Staffs views over institutional structure and facilities

15

6. CURRICULUM DESIGN, CONTENT AND REVIEW

15

6.1

Present Scenario

15




6.1.1 Curriculum Design

15




6.1.2 Curriculum Content

15




6.1.3 Curriculum Review

16

6.2

Graduating student views over Curriculum

16

6.3

Alumni views over curriculum

17

6.4

Faculty views over curriculum

17

7. TEACHING, LEARNING AND ASSESSMENT METHODS

17

7.1

Present Scenario

17-18

7.2

Graduating student Views over Teaching-Learning and Learning Assessment

18

7.3

Alumni Views over Teaching-Learning and Learning Assessment

18

7.4

Faculty Views over Teaching-Learning and Learning Assessment

19

7.5

Evaluation of questions by the teachers

20

8. QUALITY OF STUDENTS INCLUDING STUDENT PROGRESS AND ACHIEVEMENTS

23

9. THE EXTENT AND USE OF STUDENT FEEDBACK, QUALITATIVE & QUANTITATIVE

23

10. POSTGRADUATE STUDIES

23

11. PEER OBSERVATION

24

12. SKILLS DEVELOPMENT

24

12.1

Present scenario

24

12.2

Alumni views over achievement of different skills through these programs

24

12.3

Graduating student views over achievement of different skills through these programs

25

12.4

Impact of Curriculum on the Development of Graduate Generic Skills

25

12.5

Graduating students’ self evaluation of Generic Skills:

27

13. ACADEMIC GUIDANCE AND COUNSELING

27

13.1

Present Scenario

27

13.2

Faculty views over the issues related to student support, counseling and development

28

13.3

Graduating student views over the issues related to student support, counseling and development

28

13.4

Alumni views over the issues related to student support, counseling and development

29

14. RESEARCH AND EXTENSION

29

14.1

Present Scenario

29

14.2

Graduating students views over research and extension

29

14.3

Alumni views over research and extension

30

14.4

Faculty views over research and extension

30

14.5

Staffs views over research and extension

30

15. PROCESS CONTROL

31

15.1

Present Scenario

31

15.2

Graduating students views over process control

31

15.3

Faculty views over process control

31

15.4

Alumni views over process control

32

16. EVALUATION OF THE GRADUATES BY THE EMPLOYERS

32

17. IDENTIFIED STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSES OF THE RUNNING PROGRAMS

33

18. RECOMMENDATIONS

34

19. APPENDICES

35

19.1 Interview schedule

35




19.1.1. Interview schedule for Discipline Faculties/Teachers of the HEQEP funded Sub-Project

35-37




19.1.2. Interview Schedule for Graduating Student Survey of the HEQEP funded Sub-Project

38-41




19.1.3. Interview Schedule for Alumni Survey of the HEQEP funded Sub-Project

41-43




19.1.4. Interview Schedule for Supporting Staffs Survey of the HEQEP funded Project

44-45




19.1.5. Interview Schedule for Employers Survey of the HEQEP funded Sub-Project

45-46

19.2

Summary of courses and curricula for the four years degree of bachelor of science in agriculture

46-51

19.3

Comparison of courses of existing and proposed and curricula for the four years degree of bachelor of science in agriculture

52-57


LISTS OF TABLES

Sl No.

Name of the Table

Page No.

Table: 1

Data on Academic Staff and Students in Undergraduate and Post-graduate programs of Agrotechnology Discipline

2

Table: 2

Duration of the Term

6

Table: 3

Grading Scale

7

Table: 4

The distribution of marks for theory courses:

7

Table: 5

The distribution of marks for sessional courses:

7

Table: 6

The distribution marks for thesis/project:

8

Table: 7

Bases for class attendance marks:

8

Table: 8

Arrangement of continuous assessment in terms

8

Table: 9

Arrangement of credits for MS programs

9

Table: 10

Distribution of marks for thesis

10

Table: 11

Books and Journals in central library

12

Table: 12

Evaluation of Assessment Tools (Questions)

21

Table: 13

Impact of Curriculum on the Development of Graduate Generic Skills

26

Table: 14

Generic Skills achieved by the students as perceived by themselves.

27

Table 15

Employers perception (extent of adequacy) regarding the issues related to Competence of graduates

32



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